Upcoming Maintenance Activity

Event Name Relieving Assistant Principal - Stage 3
Start Date 10th Jun 2016
End Date
Duration N/A
Description Muswellbrook South Public School
Expressions of Interest are sought to fill the position, for a Relieving Assistant Principal, Stage 3, at Muswellbrook South Public School. This expression of interest will be for term 3 and 4, 2016.
Muswellbrook South Public School has a student population of 515, approximately 33% of our students are of Aboriginal background. The school has twenty classes and a teaching staff of thirty five, catering for children from Kindergarten to Year 6, with 3 Support classes.
The school implements a range of strategies to maximise success for all students, through a focus on quality teaching for 21st century learners. The school has a very structured student intervention program; including Early Action for Success and Quicksmart and a focus on programs to support students with disabilities. Current teaching staff have undertaken Professional Learning in TEN, L3 (Kindergarten), Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) and new syllabus implementation. The school conducts a number of programs to promote excellence and creativity through opportunities to participate in enrichment and extension programs, including; the Premier’s Reading Challenge, Aboriginal Dance, Senior dance groups, PSSA sport, lunchtime interest groups and a new initiative the School Parliament. The school has a strong commitment to enhance learning outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
Interested applicants are invited to submit the attached cover sheet and a maximum two page EOI addressing the criteria by 4pm on Friday 10th June 2016. Please email karen.rayner@det.nsw.edu.au
Position Criteria:
  • Highly developed interpersonal, organisational and communication skills with demonstrated ability to proactively engage, inspire, support, lead and mentor staff, including early career teachers, as a member of a collaborative school team.
  • Experience in gathering and analysing data and evidence to improve student outcomes and build capacity of individuals and teams.
  • Commitment to student wellbeing as a significant focus of all activities within the school and demonstrated understanding of the social and emotional needs of students.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively teach in a Stage 3 classroom.
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