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Classroom Teacher - Coolaroo South Primary SchoolVictoria State Government Education and Training
Job Description Job ID 1312519 Location Coolaroo South Primary School Department Coolaroo South Primary School Role Type Primary Teacher Full/Part Time Full-Time Ongoing/Fixed Term Fixed Term Classification Classroom Teacher Apply By 11/20/2022 Other Information Begin Date 01/27/2023 End Date 01/26/2024 Hours 38.00 Contact Name Anne-Maree Grozdanoski Phone 03 9309 1664 School Website www.coolaroosouthps.
vic.edu.au Location Profile Coolaroo South Primary School and Kindergarten is situated in a well-defined residential area in the City of Hume.
The school is in a comprehensive community recreational precinct with proximity to a range of local facilities including public transport. Along with Foundation to Year 6 programs, Coolaroo South also facilitates a playgroup, 3 and 4-year-old Kindergarten programs. The school has excellent facilities with 12 well-resourced classrooms along with staff offices and spaces to allow for small teaching groups.
The school has a total of 236 enrolments. Its 36 staff include 2 principal class, 20 teaching staff and 14 ES staff. The SFO Index is 0.
79 and its SFOE Index is 0.6. The school’s community draws from a wide range of cultural backgrounds.
It has a very high proportion of families from disadvantaged backgrounds and generally, very high numbers of newly arrived EAL learners. Coolaroo South Primary School has spent time and energy in developing strategies, processes and procedures that not only improve student learning but provide a safe and efficient working environment. The school is a Respectful Relationships partner school and is focussed on developing socially competent students who are aware of their responsibilities in the wider community.
The school also works hard to build positive relationships with all families ensuring they feel safe and supported. Coolaroo South Primary prides itself on its commitment to improving student achievement by offering all students a challenging academic program devised to meet their individual needs. It has recently trained in the Professional Learning Communities (PLC) initiative and the Extending Mathematical Understanding (9EMU F-2) intervention specialist teaching course.
The school uses an explicit language pedagogy that has seen strong growth in Reading. The schools aims to connect all members of the community to learning and through its community hub, engages parents in a range of courses and programs preparing them for life in Australia. The school is organised into single classes whenever possible.
It provides instruction in Physical Education, Visual and Performing Arts and Science and Spanish. The school offers weekly Arabic immersion classes to mother tongue students. Student wellbeing continues to be a high priority for staff.
Provision is made for several support services including Access to Allied Psychological Services A(TAPS), Into the Future psychology and the SSSO network. The school also employs the equivalent of 1.0 EFT speech therapists who provid....