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Studio Arts Secondary Teacher - Dromana Secondary CollegeVictoria State Government Education and Training
Job Description Job ID: 1238292 Location: Dromana Secondary College Department: Dromana Secondary College Role Type: Secondary Teacher Full/Part Time: Full-Time Ongoing/Fixed Term: Fixed Term Classification: Classroom Teacher Apply By: 09/19/2021 Other Information Begin Date: 11/22/2021 End Date: 01/25/2023 Hours: 38.00 Contact Name: Alan Marr Phone: 5987 2805 School Website: www.dsc.
vic.edu.au Location Profile Dromana College is located on the Mornington Peninsula, approximately 85km south of Melbourne.
The college has a student population of 1900. Students are bussed in from all parts of the Mornington Peninsula with more than 20 primary schools providing Year 7 students each year. The college has a Student Family Occupation index (SFOE) of 0.
46 and an SFO of 0.54, which reflects a broad range of socio-economic backgrounds within the student population. Almost all students come from families of an English speaking background.
Dromana College has worked extremely hard to establish itself as an educator of choice within the local area. Our College is committed to the safety, participation and empowerment of all our students. We pride ourselves on providing a safe and orderly environment and on maintaining a culture where students willingly embrace our clearly defined values of respect, responsibility, integrity and personal best.
Building an outstanding learning and teaching program upon these foundations has then become the ongoing focus of the college. Literacy and Numeracy skills are whole school priorities and our commitment to developing these skills within all Learning Domains and subjects are shared by all staff members across the college. Dromana College is also committed to ensuring that all students are able to access ICT on a 1:1 basis, through our Notebook program.
The Year 7/8 program focusses on building students core skills and providing them with broad access to all eight Learning Domains. Year 7/8 also has a strong Pastoral Care program that focusses on developing strong positive relationships between students and their peers, between teachers and students and between our teaching staff and the parent and wider school community. Year 7 students and their team of teachers make use of an exclusive Year 7 area that ensures the transition into the college is student focussed, supportive and positive.
In Year 9 the program is focussed both on continuing to develop students’ core skills and on providing students with choice over their learning. The Year 9 program includes single gender English and Maths classes that have proven to be very successful. The Year 9 program includes a combination of core and elective subjects that align strongly with Senior Schools Pathways and also builds links with the local community.
Within the Senior School students are able to access a broad range of Year 10 and VCE electives. Year 10 students are strongly encouraged to access VCE Unit 1 and 2 electives, whilst the Year 11 and 12 VCE and VCAL Progra....