Depute Head (Academic Leadership)St Aloysius College , City of Glasgow
Please apply before 23/04/2019 at 9:00 am
45 Hill Street, Glasgow, G3 6RJ
Vacancy Description / Summary
A unique opportunity has arisen to lead learning and teaching for students in the Senior School. As part of the College Leadership Team, you will have the chance to shape the ongoing success of this unique Glasgow institution which is currently celebrating 160 years of excellence in creating ‘men and women for others’.
The Depute will work to ensure that learning and teaching is consistently innovative, of the highest standards and continues to lead to exceptional outcomes for all our young people. This role has responsibility for all aspects of learning, teaching and academic outcomes in the Senior School. The successful applicant will be expected to be fully conversant with HGIOS4 and its key indicators and how these can be embedded in a whole school context. Likewise, there will be full understanding of GIRFEC and the wellbeing indicators and how these inform student outcomes and progress.
The Depute role carries a place on the College Leadership team which consists of the Head Master, Bursar, Senior Depute and one of the Deputes from the Junior School. The Depute also sits on the Senior Leadership Team, an extended group of leadership colleagues which is chaired by the Senior Depute.
St Aloysius’ College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate is required to become a member of the PVG scheme.
To comply with the new regulations under The Education (Scotland) Act 2016, all teachers who commence employment at any Scottish Independent School must be registered with the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS), either Provisional, Provisional (Conditional) or Full. Further information can be obtained from the GTCS website.
About the School
As Scotland’s only Jesuit School, St Aloysius’ College embraces a brand of Catholic education for boys and girls aged 3 to 18 which places formation of the whole person at the centre of all learning.
As soon as a child slips on the Green Blazer, he or she becomes part of an educational tradition which dates back 500 years and is practised all over the world.