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Real Primary Teacher Shortage in Auckland?

Old Feb 20th 2008, 4:58 pm
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Hi,

Does anyone have the real situation on the supposed primary teacher shortage in Auckland?

Is it just in Auckland and if so what areas etc?

Also, has anyone used Paul Goddards New Life New Zealand Migration service?

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Default Re: Real Primary Teacher Shortage in Auckland?

Originally Posted by Simon and Gaynor View Post
Hi,

Does anyone have the real situation on the supposed primary teacher shortage in Auckland?

Is it just in Auckland and if so what areas etc?

Also, has anyone used Paul Goddards New Life New Zealand Migration service?

Hi there, the Auckland area is huge, covers area well above city itself. If you look on www.edgazette.govt.nz/vacancy there seem to be plenty of jobs but many asking for knowledge of NZ curriculum (which you can down load and looks very like ours).
We had quite a bit of contact with Paul Goddard (even read the book !!) and did do the initial assessment which clarified a few points. That was before we saw this site. Certainly wouldn't spend my money with an agency now as people on this site know so much and are so helpful
I would need a primary teaching job too, but can't work out if it has to be a)permanent or b) full time.www.teachnz.govt.nz is also worth looking at. I have other contacts if you want to ask more or PM me. Good luck
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