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SITUATION VACANT CLASS 1 2018 TEACHER

Motueka Rudolf Steiner School has a roll of 65 students and operates 4 composite class groups up to Class 7. We are seeking a Class 1 teacher to begin in Term 1 2018. Our ideal candidate has experience with Waldorf pedagogy, is committed to working collegially out of anthroposophy and is registered to teach or… Read more »

Part-time Handwork Teacher vacancy

PART-TIME HANDWORK TEACHER We are seeking a handwork teacher to work approximately 14 hours per week from the start of Term 2. You must have a passion to teach soft material handwork to children 6–13. Experience of Waldorf Pedagogy preferred. For more information contact or an application pack please contact Lis McCracken on 03 528… Read more »

Class 3 & 4 Teacher 2017

We are looking for a teacher who has experience with Waldorf pedagogy, is committed to working collegially out of anthroposophy and is registered to teach or able to become registered. The appointed teacher would ideally be committed to taking the class to the completion of Class 7.  For more information contact or an application pack… Read more »

Part-time Handwork Teacher Vacancy

We are seeking a handwork teacher to work approximately 10 hours per week. You must have a passion to teach soft material handwork to children 6–13. Experience of Waldorf Pedagogy preferred. For more information contact or an application pack please contact Lis McCracken on 03 929 8651 or 03 528 0246 or e-mail [email protected] Applications close… Read more »

Class 1 2016 Teacher Vacancy

SITUATION VACANT CLASS 1 2016 TEACHER Motueka Rudolf Steiner School currently has around 60 students and runs composite classes. We have experienced sudden roll growth and are needing to recruit a new Class 1 teacher to begin as soon as possible. We are looking for a teacher who has experience with Waldorf pedagogy, is committed… Read more »

New School Year begins

  On Thursday we welcomed our students back to school, refreshed and ready for a new year of learning. School parents, supporters and elders made an arc of rainbow silk banners and students and teachers went purposefully under the colourful bridge into the school. We also welcomed our new Class 1 children and their families…. Read more »