Our centre is centrally located in Penrose, Auckland close to train and bus links. Our owners have been involved in childcare since 2001 and have daily input to the running of the centre. Our focus is on great communication with families and we are part of a lovely local community. We share a strong relationship with our local school and enjoy regular interactions. Our modern facility is purpose-built and caters for all ages groups. Under 2's enjoy a separate playground and we are fortunate to have a very large over 2's playground which backs onto the school. Please read our 2017 ERO report to gauge the quality of the centre.
Benefits and perks
We offer competitive rates of pay and professional development opportunities. Uniforms are supplied. Teacher registration is fully supported.
Skills and experience
We are open to either a new teacher ready to take on the challenge of an exciting career or a more experienced educator. If you are a new graduate, we will offer an all-expenses paid professional mentor to guide you through your registration process. This has been a successful venture for us over the past few years with support being offered to a number of team members. Our professional mentor has a great record and is an experienced teacher and University lecturer who has embraced her role in supporting teachers through the registration process. You will obtain full registration in a two-year period and meetings are in paid work time. If you are an experienced teacher, there are opportunities for growth and leadership roles. We require a teacher who has an NZ or equivalent qualification, NZ teacher registration and is eligible to work in NZ.
There is one common reason that is accounting for one-quarter of all immediate failures of driving tests - out of the options below, what do you think is the common reason Kiwis don't pass the test? Vote in our poll.
Find out the answer here.
18.6% Failing to giveway18.6% Complete
19.4% Travelling above the speed limit19.4% Complete
23.8% Not stopping at stop sign23.8% Complete
38.2% Not checking blind spots/mirrors38.2% Complete
Mattresses usually last 8-10 years before they need to be replaced. Mattresses are one of the most difficult consumer products to get rid of responsibly. Maybe this is one of the main reasons that they end up on the Curb. But have you ever thought what happens to the old mattress when you leave it on the curb? The size and construction of the mattress create a major problem for the authorities.
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