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 Liz Dudley, Principal.
Phone 03 5881 2045
Deniliquin South Public School is a vibrant and innovative learning community that is committed to delivering excellence through high expectations, within a rich and diverse environment. Every student has the opportunity to achieve their personal best through engaged, active learning in a safe, respectful and supportive school. Deniliquin South Public School is one of three public schools located in the rural town of Deniliquin, which has an approximate population of 7000. Despite the area still recovering from a recent 10 year drought, student enrolment numbers remain strong, with a current enrolmentof 265 students. Parent and community members make valuable contributions to the school’s programs and welfare of the students. Whilst over the past few years the school’s main focus has been to improve the literacy and numeracy standards of students, programs are now also in place to develop the whole child. Increased focus on the arts, environment, technology, healthy lifestyles and a knowledge and appreciation of students with disabilities has been an integral part of our school plan. Further information regarding ourschool can be accessed via the school website:www.deniliqsth–p.schools.nsw.edu.au
Find out more on the school website, at https://deniliqsth-p.schools.nsw.gov.au
The role of Asistant Principal Learning and Support is to provide high quality support to District schools, working with students, families and staff to successfully meet the needs of students with additional needs.
General Selection Criteria • Successful teaching experience with capacity to initiate improvement in teaching, learning and classroom practice. • Knowledge of curriculum, assessment and student welfare with the ability to lead and design quality, inclusive teaching and learning programs. • Educational leadership skills to build the capacity and manage the performance of individuals and teams. • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills with the capacity to build relationships and engage students, staff and parents. • Ability to plan and manage resources effectively and equitably to support teaching and learning. • Knowledge of and commitment to the Department’s Aboriginal education policies. Specific Selection Criteria In addition to the general selection criteria, approval to teach learning and support (primary) and/or experience teaching students with learning and support needs (primary) in regular classes. * Capacity to provide specialist assistance to students in regular classes with additional learning and support needs and their teachers. * Sound knowledge of the Every Student Every School Framework for learning. * Knowledge and understanding of relevant disability legislation. * Capacity to support effective school learning and support teams. * Sound understanding of current technology and application for students with specific learning needs. 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 as well as your WWC check. Include the names of two professional referees who are familiar with your teaching experience and are able to discuss your professional abilities and suitability for this position. Current driver's licence is essential.