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 Shayne Mason, Head Teacher PDHPE.
Phone 02 4953 2111
West Wallsend High School is a proudly comprehensive 7-12 community-focused school, which supports and encourages students to achieve their full potential in an inclusive and caring environment based on the core values of respect, responsibility and excellence. The school is located on the western side of Newcastle as part of the Lake Macquarie North principal network. There are almost 700 students with 110 identifying as Aboriginal people. Our school values and culture underpin our daily work in ensuring our learning community aspires to our vision: We learn for life. Teachers are committed to providing a high-quality community of learning, delivering a broad range of subjects in an environment of high expectations and high support. Seven classes are dedicated to the education and support of students with disabilities. A range of academically selective programs are on offer, including innovative initiatives for high potential and gifted students. The school also places a concentrated focus on developing aspirational learners with strong vocational educational opportunities.
Find out more on the school website, at https://westwalls-h.schools.nsw.gov.au/
This is a great opportunity to join a dynamic faculty. Expressions of interest are invited from teachers interested in the role of PDHPE teacher from 19 April 2021 to 17 December 2021 with the possibility of extension into 2022.
1. Approval to teach PDHPE 7-12. Willingness to teach dance. Capacity and willingness to operate in a whole school sports coordinator role. 2. Demonstrated ability to provide engaging differentiated programs to meet the diverse learning, cultural and wellbeing needs of students including those from a low socio-economic background and students who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander. 3. Demonstrated ability to work as part of a collaborative faculty as well as the capability to contribute effectively to whole school programs.