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Teaching opportunities in remote Central Australia

The Northern Territory Government is looking for talented and committed qualified teachers who are seeking a rewarding challenge in a unique environment.

As a teacher in a remote Indigenous community of Central Australia, you will have the opportunity to develop your career through a unique desert teaching experience like no other. You will support young Territorians to reach their potential and help build brighter futures.

Teachers are required for schools in Indigenous communities which may cater early childhood, primary and secondary students (depending on the school/location).

Ipolera

Region: Alice Springs
Full-time teachers: 1
Full-time assistant teachers: 1
Enrolments: 3
Average student attendance: 73
School years: Early to Middle
Indigenous students: 100%
Distance to main town: 180km west of Alice Springs by road.
Community population: 50

Ipolera School is located 180km west of Alice Springs in the community of Ipolera. The population of the community is approximately 50; languages spoken include Western Arrernte, Luritja and Pitjantjatjara. The community can be accessed via road; 4WD only and access is dependent on weather conditions.

Ipolera School is part of the Lasseter Group School and provides education services to students from early years to middle years. Students' first language is either Western Arrernte or Luritja/Pitjantjatjara. English is a second or third language.

The community leaders take a pivotal interest in the school and in the attendance of all students. There is an outstation at Gilbert Springs, 12km away, from which children are picked up and dropped off daily.

Teach remote NT Carly Doyle
Teach remote NT Carly Doyle
Carly Doyle Charlie Maillis
Carly Doyle Charlie Maillis
Clare Schoeller Julie-Anne Spina
Clare Schoeller Julie-Anne Spina
Leah Jones Matt Gale
Leah Jones Matt Gale
Ryan Campbell Sharelle Furner
Ryan Campbell Sharelle Furner
Shontelle Dougherty Leah Jones
Shontelle Dougherty Leah Jones

Visit the Department of Education Directory for Northern Territory school contacts and locations.