Research shows there is an important link between qualified, capable educators and quality early childhood education experiences and outcomes.
University qualified early years and early childhood teachers play a vital role in Queensland state schools that are approved to deliver a kindergarten program. Early years and early childhood teachers working in selected state schools have the opportunity to guide the learning, wellbeing and development of children in an active, inquiry and play-based learning environment.
As a teacher delivering a kindergarten program, you will have a rewarding career and opportunities for ongoing professional learning, fulfilling work and the chance to work in regional and remote locations. You can expect to be teaching alongside colleagues who continually strive to provide a great start for all children.
Teaching in State Delivered Kindergartens offers many benefits.
- Provide a rich learning environment where children can build confidence as learners.
- Promote the importance of the early years in school by delivering a quality early childhood program.
- Enjoy being valued and part of a local community.
- Gain access to competitive salaries, financial allowances, additional leave entitlements and relocation benefits.
- Seek adventure, career growth and permanent employment opportunities.
- Take advantage of specialised induction programs and professional learning opportunities.
Teaching at State Delivered Kindergartens in Queensland fact sheet
Visit the Teach Queensland website to explore the steps to becoming a teacher and how you can apply to teach in our state schools.