Diocesan is one of the top schools for girls in New Zealand against any comparison for academic results, sports, the arts and commitment to educating young women to make life long and effective contributions to the society in which they live. Parents are attracted to the sense of history and tradition of a school that began at the turn of the 20th century, dedicated to offering the “very best Scholarship” at a time when education for girls was a low priority. This edgy proposition in 1903 has been further extended by the succeeding Boards in terms of the facilities and the opportunities offered. Parents are also attracted by the commitment to educating the whole girl, encouraging her to be “more than she ever imagined” in whatever field of endeavour that may be.
Diocesan is set in Epsom, Auckland. Diocesan’s purpose-built campus is designed to accommodate buildings, sports facilities and recreational areas on a relatively compact site while achieving a sense of space with landscaped gardens, courtyards and covered walkways.
Are you our new Social Studies Teacher?
Do you have a passion for social studies, and would love to teach in a supportive school with motivated students who are eager to learn? Would you like to work somewhere where you have all the resources you need to put your ideas for engaging and inspired learning into action?
Sound appealing? We strongly believe that behind every great school is a great team of people – and we’d love you to join ours! We are looking for a part-time Social Studies teacher to start in Term 1 2023. You will be:
This is a part-time position working 20 periods per 7 day cycle, on a 1 year fixed term contract.
We offer students a dual pathway with NCEA and International Baccalaureate.
Diocesan School for Girls is a place of academic, sporting and cultural excellence. We are a high performing independent Anglican School with girls who are motivated to learn. Our students have access to state of the art educational and sporting facilities. Our school is a place of innovation and inspiration, where we help girls develop skills for the ever-changing world.
What can we offer?
Involvement in our co-curricular activities is encouraged but is not essential.
Sound like you?