by InZone on November 20th, 2017

​InZone provides young Maori and Pasifika New Zealanders with a whanau-like hostel environment to live in the zones of Auckland Grammar School and Epsom Girls Grammar School. At the both hostels extensive wraparound support is provided, and our students emerge with qualifications, a strong value set and aspirations to give back to their communities.

We are seeking to recruit additional Residential Assistants for 2018 and positions are available for both the Boys and the Girls Hostel, reporting to the Senior Boarding Manager and Senior Matron. 

The Residential Assistant is a voluntary position of 18 hours per week in return for accommodation, food and utilities. The applicant will live on site and during agreed hours provide assistance in ensuring the smooth running of daily operations at the hostels. 

Key focus areas are;

The effective welfare and care of the students.
Supervision of mealtimes, study and rostered duties.

The ideal candidate will;

Have a genuine interest in youth development and working with teenagers.
​Be committed to providing a caring, home like atmosphere.
Have excellent interpersonal skills to liaise with the students, staff and whanau.
Be highly organised, able to work well under pressure, able to show initiative, leadership, demonstrate maturity, good judgement and flexibility.

Applications close Friday 1st December 2017.

For a full job description please email nbargery@inzoneeducation.org.nz

Shortlisted applicants will be required to undergo a Police check. Applicants for this position must have NZ residency or a valid NZ work permit and a full drivers licence would be an advantage.

by InZone on November 3rd, 2017

An event is being held on Friday 24 November at the Queens Arcade to ​raise funds for Nikau Reti-Beazley's  forthcoming trip to India. Please view our Facebook page for a copy of the invitation or contact marina@boagallensvg.co.nz for more details.

by InZone on October 2nd, 2017

​On 24 September we held a powhiri at Te Kainga Wananga for our new CEO Stewart Whyte. Students and staff were joined by representatives of Ngati Whatua, along with Stewart and his whanau, who had travelled from Wellington and Napier to support him. Heartfelt speeches, a rousing haka and beautiful waiata marked the occasion, which was rounded off by delicious kai. InZone wishes Stewart a very warm welcome.

by InZone on August 30th, 2017

Auckland Grammar School has implemented te reo Māori for its first time with a statement "it’s compulsory for all year nines". This is ahead of the school’s first te reo Māori teacher in history. 

by InZone on August 18th, 2017






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