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Secondary English / HUMS 7-12 Classroom Teacher - Seymour CollegeVictoria State Government Education and Training
Job Description Job ID 1312360 Location Seymour College Department Seymour College Role Type Primary Teacher Subjects/Duties View Subject/Duties Full/Part Time Full-Time Ongoing/Fixed Term Ongoing Classification Classroom Teacher Apply By 11/20/2022 Other Information Begin Date 01/27/2023 End Date 01/27/2024 Hours 38.00 Contact Name Linda Williams Phone 035/771-1300 School Website www.seymourcollege.
vic.edu.au Location Profile Seymour College (8884) Seymour College's vision centres on the provision of a safe and supportive environment where young lives will be transformed through a love of learning.
This vision extends to the College being an educational centre which offers students skills and opportunities to ensure they achieve their best and are successful throughout their lives. The College's values are Respect, Inspire and Excel and its mission is to educate and provide opportunities for all students to achieve their full potential. Seymour College caters for 750 students from Foundation to Year 12 in the mainstream sector and ungraded students in the Inclusive Education Sector.
The College draws on the feeder schools of Tallarook, Puckapunyal, Avenel, Heathcote, Tooborac, Pyalong and Nagambie as well as the township of Seymour. The current leadership profile consists of: Executive Class Principal, Assistant Principal – Teaching and Learning/Human Resources, Assistant Principal – Teaching and Learning/ Positive Education, Assistant Principal – Teaching and Learning/Inclusive Education, Leading Teachers in Literacy, Numeracy, VCE, Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting, Leading Teacher F-6 and Leading Teacher 7-12. The College has two Learning Specialists to support professional learning in numeracy.
The School Family Occupation index is in the low range. The College has undergone two stages of a building program. The first stage of the building program included a new Junior Learning Community, Administration Centre, a high needs Inclusive Education building and Resource Centre.
The second stage included a new secondary learning building, canteen and food technology centre. Three 'Building Education Revolution' include a Science building, a Junior Games Hall and Hydrotherapy Pool. The Seymour Family and Children’s Centre is co-located on-site and includes an Early Learning and maternal and child health facilities.
The College partners with the Colman Foundation, the Mitchell Shire and Kids First to deliver high quality continuity of learning experiences and education for all familes. The final stage of the College's building program will include a technology and arts building, however, this is yet to be funded. Seymour College offers a range of technology subjects that are critical in engaging students and assisting them to attend school.
These subjects also allow for the real life application of numeracy and literacy skills and educate students in the many pathways that lead from these courses. The College has a Community Arts Centre a....