We are committed to active and successful participation in New Zealand early childhood education through our own strategic goals, Te Whāriki and the principles of Reggio Emilia. Our commitment to learning is delivered to infants, toddlers and young children through knowledge, experience and the responsive practices of teachers, support staff and management.
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The Lead Teacher role encompasses leadership and oversight of the quality of education and care provided for their pod, promoting and maintaining standards of excellence in the outcomes for enrolled children. Drawing upon their teaching experience to serve as a mentor for new and developing teachers with the skill of offering constructive criticism and helpful solutions without alienating or discouraging them. Will have good observational skills and be able to offer fresh, creative solutions in difficult situations. Most importantly, dedicated to the improvement of the teaching profession in the ECE sector.
Early Childhood Teacher
The Teacher plays a vital role at Childsteps Early Learning Centre as the first point of contact with the children in our care and their family/whanau. This role requires the demonstration of sound interpersonal and relationship building capability. The primary role of the Teacher is to provide quality learning outcomes for children and work with other Teachers to form a collaborative teaching environment.
The Centre Assistant plays a vital role at Childsteps Early Learning Centre. The primary role is to support room teachers to provide quality learning outcomes for children and work within the Centre in a general support role. This role requires the demonstration of sound interpersonal and relationship building capability.