If interested in this opportunity, submit by email an expression of interest of no more than two pages addressing the position criteria and outlining your qualifications and teaching experience. Include the names of two professional referees who are familiar with and able to discuss your professional abilities and suitability for this position.
Applications and enquiries should be forwarded to Michael Windred, Principal.
Phone 02 6785 1184
MANILLA Central School is a local comprehensive, public, community primary and secondary school. The school provides opportunities for students to pursue schooling in their local community with the support of family and friends. Manilla Central School places the highest priorities on student learning, wellbeing and achievement. We are a split site school, which means that our primary and secondary schools are on separate campuses. We are a vibrant and innovative learning community who are committed to delivering excellence within a rich learning environment whose aim is to create resilient self-sufficient learners. Manilla is categorised as a Low Socio Economic Status school. We strive to be leaders in the application of visible learning. We place a high emphasis on high yielding teaching strategies and professional learning in order to provide our students with highly engaged learning. Our community has high expectations and we are committed to meet and exceed those expectations.
Find out more on the school website, at https://manilla-c.schools.nsw.gov.au
The Head Teacher Secondary Studies position is an eighteen month contract with a possibility of extension, therefore it is a terrific opportunity for an aspiring leader or a current leader who is after a change, to attain a wealth of experience and make themselves a very attractive candidate for future promotion. The teaching component can either come out of the English, HSIE or Science curriculum areas. Therefore the applicant can write their application in accordance to their teaching area. The role of Head Teacher Secondary Studies is to foster and understand a sense of learning purpose, support curriculum implement Stage 4, collect and analyse data to increase teacher clarity and meeting the demands of Stage 4 NESA requirements. Tracking and monitoring of student progress in consultation with Instructional Leaders. The organisation of curriculum information of key stakeholders and support of school performances. Application length no more than 4 A4 pages. Starting date to be negotiated.
1. Approval to teach Years 7-10 in your curriculum area with outstanding evidence of classroom practice. 2. Approval to teach Stage 6 in your curriculum area with outstanding evidence of classroom practice. 3. Knowledge and understanding of the curriculum standards, learning progressions and NESA compliancy. 4. A sound understanding of visible learning and an understanding of highly effective teaching practices. 5. Demonstrated high level of leadership, communication, interpersonal and organisational skills to build positive relationships with students, staff, parents and the community.