Principal Teacher Pupil Support - FLK11702

Falkirk Council

Principal Teacher Pupil Support - FLK11702


Falkirk Council, Reddingmuirhead, Falkirk

  • Full time
  • Permanent
  • Onsite working

Posted 6 days ago, 8 Jun | Get your application in now to be included in the first week's applications.

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: 441e8be6216b4b6abc8659c09507b322

Full Job Description

We are looking for a dynamic and innovative leader experienced in providing exceptional support to pupils across a whole range of subjects at all levels. Leading our Pupil Support Faculty, your primary role would be to ensure young people within Braes High School fulfil their potential across all areas of the curriculum. Contributing to our school approach of ensuring appropriate and alternative pathways, support for pupils and to the positive ethos and life of the school are also crucial elements of the role. As a curriculum leader within Braes High School, your role would include contributing to the strategic direction of the School and its ongoing development.

The role includes responsibility for teaching and learning within our alternative curriculum, line management of key teachers and general management of faculty timetabling and resourcing, and whole school leadership responsibility of inclusion as one of our school priorities.

Applicants are encouraged to be explicit in detailing in their application the skills, experience and attributes that they can bring to this specific post.

Candidates invited to interview will receive details of the activities involved. Successful applicants for posts working with children or vulnerable adults will be subject to disclosure checks or the new PVG scheme and approval by Care Commission Scotland.

The key policy document for Falkirk schools is Learning to Achieve. This was co-created by head teachers, teachers, early year's practitioners, support staff, parents/carers, pupils and other partners.

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