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The ideal candidate will have a history of excellent classroom teaching, some experience in staff professional development and advanced qualifications.
Ferndale School, Christchurch, a special education setting, seeks a Deputy Principal, with passion for student-centred learning and people management.
The Deputy Principal: Faith and Mission is a member of the College Leadership Team and as such, assists and supports the Principal in the effective delivery of quality Catholic education.