Mapuru Christian School is described by its principal, Linda Miller, as the most progressive school in Australia. It is a place where ‘inclusive’ means having a worldview that is broad, generous and comprehensive. Linda is looking for staff who are keen to experience what Mapuru in Arnhem Land has to offer. See the details below, or meet and chat to Linda at the Common Dreams Conference in Brisbane.
Are you an experienced EAL/D teacher who loves developing students’ early literacy & numeracy skills?
Do you hold deep respect for Yolnu values, histories and languages?
Are you enlivened by the prospect of working collaboratively in teaching teams?
Are you a practical person who can develop creative, purposeful learning for students living with their families on their ancestral estates?
Are you interested to become part of our succession planning team for Teachers, Specialist Teachers and Teaching Principal?
Are you a committed teacher who holds an inclusive Christian worldview?
We invite you to consider joining our team at Mäpuru Christian School
Expressions of Interest are sought for the position(s) of:
English as an Additional Language Teacher, Yrs 1—10
Mäpuru Christian School has vacancies for EAL/D relief teachers who are keen to work collaboratively with Yol?u co-teachers. Relief teaching positions are available for short periods with a view to developing an ongoing relationship with Mäpuru, and to take up full time positions as they become available.
Mäpuru is in NE Arnhem Land and is a unique, beautiful and very remote tiny town of about 100 people inclusive of 40-50 students. There is no alcohol, drugs or domestic violence and the children are enthusiastic learners. We follow an innovative Elder and community guided bi-literacy and bi-cultural curriculum that involves much learning on country.
You can find out more about Mapuru by contacting Linda or visiting the website:
Linda Miller, Teaching Principal: Ph: 08 8970 4996
PMB 301, Winnellie NT 0822
To learn more about Mäpuru visit: www.arnhemweavers.com.au
If you open the Cultural Tours tab, you can see stories written by visitors to Mäpuru about their experiences, year by year.