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Special Education Classroom Teacher - Echuca Twin Rivers Specialist SchoolVictoria State Government Education and Training
Job Description Job ID: 1228920 Location : Echuca Twin Rivers Spclist Sch Department: Echuca Twin Rivers Spclist Sch Role Type: Primary Teacher/Secondary Teacher Subjects/Duties: View Subject/Duties Full/Part Time: Full-Time Ongoing/Fixed Term: Fixed Term Classification: Classroom Teacher Apply By: 06/23/2021 Other Information Begin Date: 07/12/2021 End Date: 01/10/2022 Hours: 38.00 Contact Name: Paul Marshall Phone: 03 5410 7700 School Website: https://www.echucass.
vic.edu.au/ Location Profile Echuca Twin Rivers Specialist School is seeking applicants who display an understanding of the learning and teaching of students with special needs and who are committed to their profession.
Echuca Twin Rivers Specialist School is a rapidly expanding school, providing education for children ages 5-18 years with intellectual and associated disabilities. The school enrolment is approximately 105 students. We follow Victorian Curriculum using ABLES to assist assessment.
The curriculum is based on individual needs and abilities and designed to be motivating, challenging and flexible with a significant focus on life skills and personal development. The school successfully met all standards for Professional Development Culture and was accredited in 2008. Our 2019 - 2022 Strategic Plan has a student learning focus on Literacy, Numeracy and excellence in Education.
The major emphasis is on literacy with a focus on reading, developing oral language and social skills. We believe that all our students need to be given a voice and the staff are dedicated to making the most of the school resources to achieve this goal. Our Strategic Plan has a major teaching and learning focus on Literacy, Numeracy and Communication.
All students work with iPads to strengthen literacy and numeracy skills. We offer a significant P.E.
C.S program to build communication skills across different areas of the school. The school has a strong wellbeing culture.
In 2016 the school launched The Koorie Inclusive School Wide Positive Behaviour Support (KI SWPBS) program This evidence based approach supports positive school culture by creating safe, inclusive learning environments defined by proactive whole school systems to define, teach and support appropriate student behaviours. Inclusion is of vital importance to our Community and links with mainstream schools and local sporting clubs are facilitated through community partnerships. The school promotes inclusion of all cultures, religion and gender identities and where local history, heritage and the values of the nation’s first people can be explored and celebrated.
Inclusion is promoted in our community and links with mainstream. Family connections are vital and their continued support is greatly valued. Student wellbeing is a high priority and contact with most families on a daily basis provides holistic support not only to students but to caregivers.
Our families come from a diverse background spread over a large geographical area. Many of....