Job at: Teacher Job at St Thomas’ Primary School
Location: 8 Warden Street Claremont, Australia
Catholic Education Western Australia provides quality, faith-based learning and teaching, with approximately 76,000 students at 158 schools and colleges across the state. With a focus on the development of the whole person – intellectual, spiritual, social, physical and emotional development – Catholic Education is the state’s second largest education sector, educating almost 20% of all school-aged children in Western Australia. Teacher Job at St Thomas’ Primary School
- We are seeking a highly motivated professional with a desire to be a part of a dynamic and innovative teaching and learning community. This is a temporary full time teaching position (1.0 FTE) for one year, commencing 1 January 2024. Teacher Job at St Thomas’ Primary School
- Founded by the Presentation Sisters in 1908, St Thomas’ Primary School is a vibrant, single stream, co-educational primary school catering for 220 students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6. Situated in the heart of Claremont, the school seeks to educate the whole child in a Christ centred, child focused, safe learning environment. The school is part of a strong and nurturing community. It has an excellent reputation for providing a welcoming, involved and academically diverse environment for its students.
- The use of flexible learning spaces is evident throughout the school.
Desired Skills and Experience
We are seeking a suitably qualified and enthusiastic teacher who has the necessary knowledge, skills, ability and professional desire to:
• consistently demonstrate excellent communication skills
• demonstrate sound knowledge of the EYLF & Western Australian Curriculum and is able to apply this knowledge to challenge and engage learners in the primary years.
• use technology as a powerful tool for teaching and learning
• work professionally, cooperatively and collaboratively as part of a cohesive and dedicated team of educators and is focused on continual professional growth.
• display excellent classroom management and organisational skills
• differentiate instruction in order to respond to the diverse and distinctive needs of students within the classroom
• authentically nurtures positive and respectful relationships with students, staff and families
• be a proactive contributor within our community – willing to share their ideas, time and expertise for the good of all.
• Relevant four-year tertiary qualification
• Accreditation to Teach Religious Education Learning Area or working towards Accreditation