Teacher Learning And Support, Nowra East Public School

$127,157 yearly
  • NSW Department of Education
  • Nowra NSW 2541, Australia
  • 16 Jul, 2021

Job Description

Organisation/Entity: Teaching Service

Job Category: Schools | Teachers

Job Location: Illawarra & South Coast

Job Reference Number: 00008C0S

Number of Positions: 1

Total Remuneration Package: Remuneration package valued at up to $127,157.00. Base salary ranges from $72,263.00 to $114,720.00, plus leave loading and employer's contribution to superannuation. Base salary rates above the minimum are available depending on experience.

Contact: 0244213539 - Clayton Stevenson

Closing Date: 28/07/2021 - 04:00 PM

Principal Network: South Coast

Staffing Area: Shellharbour

School Name: Nowra East Public School

FTE: 1.000

Position Information

Nowra East Public School works in partnership with our community to provide excellent teaching and learning opportunities. These are delivered by a committed and professional staff within a nurturing and inclusive learning environment. We ensure that our 478 students, including 53% Aboriginal students, continually improve in cultural identity, wellbeing, literacy and numeracy outcomes.

Located on the south coast of New South Wales, we have sixteen regular classes, six support classes and a NSW Department of Education preschool, which achieved an 'exceeding' rating by ACECQA in 2019. The school works closely with our three Aboriginal Educational Officers, Aboriginal community and the Nowra Local Aboriginal Education Consultative Group to support cultural understanding and connection to Country.

Nowra East Public School is an Early Action for Success partner and has a focus on literacy, numeracy and student engagement through discovery-based and interest-driven learning opportunities. All staff engage in ongoing professional learning using current evidence-based pedagogy. Students, families and staff collaboratively develop personal learning pathways for all students, providing adjustments for students with additional needs.

Our Mia Mia Wellbeing Hub strengthens community partnerships and provides a service delivery reform model that promotes a multi-disciplinary approach to meeting family health and wellbeing needs. Our commitment to quality education and authentic care ensures all students and their families feel welcome and thrive within our positive environment.

The school has undertaken a rigorous situational analysis and consulted widely with the school community. As a result, our strategic directions are

1. Student growth and attainment

2. Student and community engagement in learning, Culture and wellbeing.

3. Leading for positive learning culture

Selection Criteria

  • Approval to teach students with learning and support needs (primary) and/or experience teaching students with learning and support needs (primary) in regular classes. Capacity to provide specialist assistance to students in regular classes with additional learning and support needs and their teachers.
  • Proven success in creating and implementing personalised learning, behaviour and risk management plans and Access Requests in consultation with the school Learning and Support Team, staff, parents and external agencies.
  • Demonstrated ability to provided specialist advice, professional learning and mentoring and support to classroom teachers, embedding Trauma Informed Practice into exemplary literacy and numeracy teaching practice.
  • Demonstrated capacity to provide direct support for students with additional learning and support needs through a range of strategies in areas such as social integration, language and communication, literacy, numeracy and behaviour including students with confirmed disabilities.
  • Understanding of and a demonstrated ability work collaboratively to build positive connections and communicate with the whole school community including those from low socio-economic, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.