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Deputy Principal - Condobolin High SchoolNSW Department of Education
Job Description Organisation/Entity: Teaching Service Job Category: Schools | TCH Other Job Location: Regional NSW Job Reference Number: 00008FQ8 Number of Positions: 1 Total Remuneration Package: Remuneration package valued at $160,523.00. This position attracts a base salary of $144,822.
00, plus leave loading and employer's contribution to superannuation. Contact: 02689523000 - Wendy Scarce Closing Date: 15/09/2021 - 04:00 PM Principal Network: West Wyalong Staffing Area: Orange School Name: Condobolin High School FTE: 1.000 Position Information Condobolin High School is an inclusive comprehensive secondary school in the township of Condobolin on the lands of the Wiradjuri people.
It is a 6 point school, with additional incentives for successful applicants. It has provided education to the students of Condobolin and its surrounds for over 50 years. It is considered to be a remote school and is located close to the geographic centre of New South Wales.
Condobolin is home to approximately 3 500 people. Of the current 206 students, 52.9% (109 students) identify as being of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent.
There is a growing number of EAL/D students and in 2022, a third Multi-categorical class will be established to further support students with additional needs, increasing the capacity of our Support Unit to four classes. The school has also strategically strengthened wellbeing programs across the school to support the welfare of all students through the establishment of a hub that centralises wellbeing services in a coordinated and tailored manner. Our Stage 6 students are a part of the Lachlan Access Program (LAP).
LAP has been operating for 30 years and is a part of a diverse range of access programs across the state that provide opportunities for students to study Stage 6 courses within their own community. This access program also supports some students to be extended in Stage 5. Teachers work collaboratively to deliver curriculum through a blended online learning platform.
The school provides a significant range of experiences for students to engage in extra-curricular activities focused on expanding opportunities to engage with and contribute to the local community, including community beautification projects, broadening capacity for positive citizenship and the development of positive values. The school has historically maintained exceptional community partnerships with local businesses and cultural organisations, strengthened through involvement in work experience programs for students. The Parents and Citizens' Association and Aboriginal?Education Consultative Group are both integral parts of the school, committed to working? collaboratively with the staff to enhance learning and cultural opportunities.
Selection Criteria In addition to the general selection criteria, Demonstrated highly visible leadership to drive key priorities in the school's Strategic Improvement Plan and lead whole school high impact professional le....