Morgan Street Public School

General program enquiries (including application status updates) should be directed to the Rural Experience Program team: or phone 02 7814 3820

Eligibility criteria for this placement:

  • Permanent employees who hold a substantive position as a teacher and meet the eligibility requirements in the Rural Experience Guidelines may apply for this placement.
  • Non-permanent employees (those on a temporary engagement / contract and casual employees) who meet the eligibility requirements in the Rural Experience Guidelines may apply for this placement.

Digital Learning Leader

Morgan Street Public School, Broken Hill NSW

Placement level: Teacher

Contact for enquiries: Scott Sanford (Principal),, 08 8087 5155

Additional resources: explore what it's like to live and work in the Broken Hill area.

The Welcome Experience is a new service supporting essential workers and their families who are thinking of moving or have made the move to a rural location. The service connects you and your family with local people and local resources to help you settle in and feel at home in your new community faster.

Placement details

Terms 1 - 4, 2025 (Applicants can request a shorter duration in their application).

Role description: This placement will focus on building staff capacity to embed technology into teaching and learning. This focus will be brought to reality through developing and delivering high quality, targeted professional learning to staff; including the ability to co-teach, lead demonstration lessons, collaboratively plan and experiment to find solutions.

Additional commitments: Participation in extra-curricular activities based on interest is encouraged.

Desired candidate expertise:

  • Approval to teach K-6
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills with the capacity to work collaboratively in a team and build positive relationships with all members of the school community.
  • Demonstrated ability to embed technology into effective classroom practice to enhance teaching and learning.

Accommodation details

Rental accommodation is available in Broken Hill. Private Accommodation (through Real Estate Agents) may be available where short and long-term rentals can be accessed. Teacher Housing may be available at the time.

Please note: Teacher Housing availability can depend upon a variety of factors, including vacancy status and potential priority offers to other staff with full time rural appointments. Teacher Housing Authority (THA) may not be able to confirm the allocation of properties until all applications have been received and processed. Applicants are encouraged to discuss property availability directly with THA. Participants of the Rural Experience Program are not eligible for the Housing Rental Subsidy but may rent a property (at market value) through the THA if available.

School details

Morgan Street Public School is a dynamic and exciting school located in Broken Hill. Broken Hill has a rich history and is a country town that values relationships and community. Our school has a K-6 enrolment of 311 students (13 classes), nearly thirteen percent of our students identify as being Aboriginal. Our school has high expectations supported by quality relationships and a focus on fun.

The school sits on a split site where K-2 and 3-6 are separated by a lane. Explicit and differentiated teaching and learning is our number one priority. Our school prides itself on the extra-curricular opportunities that we provide to develop the whole child. Our student wellbeing initiatives are underpinned by Positive Behaviour for Learning and the school’s core values are packaged as P.R.O.U.D. The core values underpin our culture.

In 2024 our school continues to be involved in the Primary Mathematics Specialist Teacher Initiative, has a strong focus on collaborative practices, implementing evidence-based practices and ensuring student wellbeing is prioritised (commenced implementing The Resilience Project in 2023).

Morgan Street Public School has a strong team of innovative, professional and dedicated teaching and non-teaching staff who are at various stages of their careers. The school maintains a strong partnership with parents and the community through an active Parents and Citizens (P&C) Association.

Our school works in close partnership with other schools in Broken Hill and local services to enhance opportunities for our students.

How to apply for this placement

  1. Refer to the program FAQs as you prepare your application
  2. Complete the online application form and answer the placement questions:
    1. What motivated you to apply for the program in general and specifically this placement? (max 600 words)
    2. What skills and experiences can you bring to the Rural Experience School? Why would you be a good fit for this placement (max 600 words)
  3. Attach the required documentation to your application:
    1. Endorsement of Application form (saved as a PDF)
    2. Resume / CV (maximum 2 pages as a PDF)


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