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Human Society and Its Environment Head Teacher - Nepean Creative And Performing Arts High SchoolNSW Department of Education
Job Description Organisation/Entity: Teaching Service Job Category: Schools | TCH Other Job Location: Sydney Region Job Reference Number: 00008C9J Number of Positions: 1 Total Remuneration Package: Remuneration package valued at $137,486.00. This position attracts a base salary of $124,038.
00, plus leave loading and employer's contribution to superannuation. Contact: 02 4728 7200 - Tania Irons Closing Date: 15/09/2021 - 04:00 PM Principal Network: Penrith Staffing Area: Penrith School Name: Nepean Creative and Performing Arts High School FTE: 1.000 Position Information Nepean Creative and Performing Arts High School is a 7-12 coeducational high school established in 1962.
We are situated on the traditional lands of the Mulgoa clan of the Dharug people in Emu Plains, at the foot of the Blue Mountains. With an enrolment of 1054 in 2021, we proudly celebrate growth in learning for all our students. Our school community comprises a selective stream for students who excel in the Creative and Performing Arts in addition to local area enrolments, and a Special Education Unit which supports over 50 students with diagnosed hearing impairment and/or intellectual disability.
The student cohort consists of 8.4% Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and 16.5% of students from a language background other than English.
Our school is committed to strengthening the literacy and numeracy capabilities of all students, supporting student attendance and engagement, and implementing programs that enhance the wellbeing and sense of belonging for all members of the school community. Our staff are committed to embedding evidence informed pedagogical practices within an evaluative learning culture, thus enabling every student to achieve personal success in learning. Selection Criteria Applicants must satisfy the teacher training and academic qualification requirements for this position.
In addition to the general selection criteria, Approval to teach, and demonstrated success in teaching, HSIE subjects 7-12 with the capacity to lead teachers in implementing innovative, high-quality, differentiated teaching and learning programs and assessment practices. Demonstrated ability to lead the HSIE faculty in developing a culture of professional practice that ensures the provision of engaging and strategic learning environments which lead to improved learning outcomes for a diverse range of students, including students of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. Proven strong and effective communication and interpersonal skills, with demonstrated capacity to lead collaborative practices and professionally develop the HSIE faculty to meet high expectations for teaching performance.
Demonstrated capacity to work successfully and productively as a member of the school executive team to lead the implementation of whole school initiatives that address the goals of the Strategic Improvement Plan. General Selection Criteria Successful teaching experience with capacity to....