Classroom Teacher(s)

Campbelltown, New South Wales 
  • St Peter’s is Macarthur Region’s leading co-educational Christian Independent Primary School
  • Classroom Teachers will commence in 2021
  • Permanent/Temporary – Full time positions available


St. Peter's is a vibrant independent, co-educational Christian School of 600 students in Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6.  St. Peter’s strive to provide an inspiring, nurturing and dynamic learning environment, underpinned by Christian faith and with a focus on a strong academic curriculum.

The position of Classroom Teacher is to ensure the pastoral and educational needs of all students in their care are met.  The successful candidate will need to utilise effective teaching and learning strategies and support colleagues in providing a safe learning environment for all students within the school.  The candidate will need to know the expectations of the School and NESA requirements.

The Classroom Teacher plays a key role in ensuring they work collaboratively with the grade

teachers and provide learning enrichment to students within the cohort. The successful candidate strengths will be considered when allocating classes.

Key Responsibilities

The duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide regular and timely feedback to students and families regarding academic progress, behaviour and application
  • Prepare appropriate learning experiences that conform to the school’s requirements and expectations
  • Mark and give timely feedback for students to assist with student progress and summative reporting
  • Maintain appropriate levels of classroom management and discipline
  • Actively supervise playground duties, as required
  • Be involved in at least one school-approved co-curricular activity per year
  • Comply with all expectations outlined in the Staff Handbook
  • Plan differentiated learning experiences for students based on their specific learning needs within the context of a mixed-ability classroom
  • Actively collaborate with colleagues to enhance learning programs
  • Attend other school-based activities such as parent-teacher evenings, camps, sports carnivals and excursions, as required
  • Professionally represent the School in personal presentation, mannerisms and Christ-like service
  • Operating with a high and consistent standard of service
  • Working within the Schools framework at all times
  • Participate in the Christian Life of the School
  • Participate in the wider life of St. Peter’s

 How to Apply

For a full position description, please visit our website www.stpeters.nsw.edu.au.

Application Process

  • All applications must:-
    • be made on our “Application for Employment” Form which is located on our website
    • provide a copy of your resume
    • provide information which addresses the “Personal Qualities and Requirements” within the position description
    • provide a statement of personal Christian faith
    • provide current reference or contact details from a Minister of a Church you are currently attending
  • Applications not made on our “Application for Employment” Form will not be considered
  • Employment screening is mandatory in accordance with legislative requirements and the successful candidate must comply with the current NSW Child Protection Legislation
  • Applications Close on Friday, 31 July 2020 by emailing documentation to [email protected] Note: Offers may be made once suitable candidates are found
  • No agencies please
Applications closing Friday 31 July 2020
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