Auckland Grammar School provides high quality learning opportunities for boys in Years 9 to 13 and succeeds across a broad range of academic, sporting and cultural arenas. The school draws upon its proud heritage to provide a positive learning culture that encourages boys to achieve to their full potential. The school is held in high regard by its community, who see it as the school of choice. It is steeped in tradition and has a long list of significant New Zealanders who attended this school.
The school offers both the New Zealand national qualification, the National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA), and the University of Cambridge International Examination suite (CIE).
As a specialist teacher of Physics to senior levels (including 16 -18 years) preferably with Cambridge experience you will be working in a dynamic and cohesive department of talented teachers at various stages of their careers. The science department is well resourced with state of the art facilities, the faculty has a passion and desire for students to go beyond their aspirations and the department is highly regarded. Students achieve high levels of success in scholarships and excellent results at all levels of Cambridge examinations.
Auckland Grammar School is situated centrally a short distance from Auckland city. Auckland is known as the City of Sails as it is surrounded by beautiful beaches and inlets. It has a warm, humid climate in the summer and mild, wet climate in the winter.
The Headmaster, Tim O’Connor will be in London, United Kingdom on the 25th September and mornings only on 26th and 27th September 2019 to interview suitable candidates, so don’t miss out on this great opportunity!
You may be eligible for a $5000 overseas relocation grant from the Ministry of Education if you take up a teaching position in New Zealand. Now is a great time to come and teach in Aotearoa!
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