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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).
|Full-time assistant teachers:
|Average student attendance:
||Preschool to Middle
|Distance to main town:
||120km southwest of Alice Springs by road
Wallace Rockhole School is located 120km southwest of Alice Springs in the community of Wallace Rockhole. The population of the community approximately is 130 and the predominant languages spoken are Western Arrernte and Southern Arrernte. The community can be accessed via road; during wet weather the road can become impassable.
Wallace Rockhole School is part of the Lasseter Group School and provides education services to students from preschool and middle years in a very progressive Indigenous community. The community and school council are very supportive of the school. A homework centre operates two afternoons each week.