Upper Hutt Education Network Impact Coach

Our Upper Hutt Network of schools is recruiting for an Impact Coach to grow the capability of our  SENCO’s, Teacher Aides and staff to support our schools to further develop their local Social and Emotional Curriculum.  This could include:

  • Observing teaching and learning and providing quality feedback
  • Planning and leading group coaching sessions with a focus on learner strengths and needs (with a focus on social and emotional development)
  • Mentoring and supporting teachers and leaders within and across schools.
  • Supporting schools to analyse data that informs the development of their local Social and Emotional Curriculum

This is a special project fixed term role (3-4 school terms). The successful applicant will be able to negotiate a job description to suit their strengths, knowledge and expertise. You will either be a successful teacher or will have relevant qualifications in health related fields e.g. Health Social Work, Counselling, Psychology. Knowledge of current social/ emotional programmes as well as knowledge of strategies and systems to support children with trauma, anxiety etc.

Attached is a link that outlines the purpose and focus of the Upper Hutt Network. Upper Hutt Education Network

Position advertised: 25th February

Applications close: 22nd March, 12pm

Successful applicants will be interviewed on the 27th March

Start date: 29th April (or by negotiation with the successful applicant)

Please send a Covering Letter, Impact Coach application form, CV and the name and contact details  of three referees to

For further information please contact either:

Lisa Cavanagh, 021 531 400

Jo Grant , 021 263 1499

We are looking for an experienced teacher who is passionate about supporting all children to learn, to feel connected and to thrive. Are you committed to inclusion and supporting every child towards their potential? Do you value working collaboratively with colleagues, children and families? We are looking for a teacher who has highly effective communication and interpersonal skills, together with the ability to sensitively respond and adapt to the diverse needs of children and their families.

2019 ORS Teacher – final

Year 3 Classroom Teacher

We have an amazing opportunity for a teacher to teach in one of our awesome Y3 classes (expected start date May 2019). If you are committed to the learning and wellbeing of all akonga, we would love to hear from you! At our school we are focused on our vision that every learner deserves a positive future. We foster and develop curiosity, adaptability and resilience.

We develop this by supporting and empowering all learners (tamariki, staff and whānau).

FT 2019 Classroom Teacher