ES7727 - Headteacher - Inclusion and Wellbeing Service 3-18

Grangemouth, UK
15 Aug 2019
28 Aug 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
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The current Inclusion and Wellbeing Service 3-18 is comprised of primary and secondary special school provisions located across three campuses; Grangemouth, Slamannan and Laurieston. The recently refurbished campus located in Laurieston caters for the needs of children from Primary 6 through to Secondary 5. The team located at Laurieston Campus includes multidisciplinary teams of outreach and specialist provision staff. The team have a range of backgrounds including family support, community learning and development, inclusion support, support for learning, and teaching. Grangemouth Campus supports children in Primary 4 through to Primary 6 and has a multidisciplinary team comprising of support for learning assistant, early years officer and teaching staff. There is an expectation that all children accessing Grangemouth Campus and Laurieston Campus continue to have links with the mainstream school and opportunities to succeed within their mainstream setting. Slamannan Campus caters for the needs of those in Primary 1 through to Primary 3 for up to 50% of their school week and has a multidisciplinary team comprising of support for learning assistant, early years officer and teaching staff. The headteacher will also lead upon early years and primary outreach support for those identified as experiencing SEBN and also Gypsy Traveler. The service delivers CLPL programmes for schools, and a range of other partners. The service works in close partnership with mainstream schools, voluntary sector partners, social work, allied health and educational psychology.

establish a multidisciplinary leadership team and lead the creation of a learning community which takes a pride in its children and all they can achieve?
make sure they realise that achievement?

demonstrate that GIRFEC values are at the heart of your life and work?
have very good communication skills, including working with parents and outside agencies?
have a proven track record in school improvement?

lead a large team of teaching and support staff who take a pride in what they have achieved?
work effectively with others as member of a team at school, cluster and local authority level?
demonstrate that you have made a positive difference to children's learning and lives?
If all this sounds like you, then we want you to be the Head Teacher of Inclusion & Wellbeing (3-18).

The Application Process
Please refer to the person specification included in the Additional Information pack when setting out the skills, experience and attributes that you can bring to this specific post.

Should your application be progressed to the next stage please note the key dates listed below:
Assessment Centre 6 September 2019
School Visit 13 September 2019
Short Leet interview 16 September 2019

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If you are the successful candidate, you will be required to gain/maintain PVG scheme membership along with GTCS Registration

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