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Teacher of Modern Studies (temporary)

Kelvinside Academy , City of Glasgow

Vacancy details

Please apply before 27/02/2019 at 12:00 pm

33 Kirklee Road, Glasgow, G12 0SW

Ian Munro
Rector

0141 357 3376

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Vacancy Description / Summary

Kelvinside Academy is an independent, HMC co-educational day school of some 600 pupils aged 3-18 in the West End of Glasgow.

We seek an enthusiastic teacher of Modern Studies to teach from S1 up to Higher level. For the right candidate, some History teaching may be available. The post would suit either a new or an experienced teacher.

Modern Studies operates within the Faculty of Social and Business Subjects which comprises Business Management, Economics, Enterprise, Geography, History, Modern Studies and RMPS. The Faculty team of 9 is led by a Head of Faculty, and a Deputy Head of Faculty.

The School aims to bring out the best in every pupil, combining high standards of teaching and a superb extra-curricular programme within an inclusive and caring ethos. Sport, outdoor pursuits, music, drama and art flourish, together with a range of clubs and societies. There is strong participation in the Cadet Forces and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. A willingness to contribute to the wider life of the school is essential.

The salary is based on the main national teachers’ scale and there is an additional KA allowance. The post is tenable from April 2019. A completed application form, available from the School’s website, and letter of application should be sent to the Rector by noon on Wednesday 27 February 2019.


About the School

From 1 to 18 years, education at Kelvinside Academy is designed to challenge every child to be and do their best in every aspect of life. Excellence in the classroom is non-negotiable, but when educating pupils, teachers won’t stop there.

In a world full of uncertainty and rapid technological advancement, SQA exam grades alone are no longer enough. Intellectual curiosity, a passion for learning, critical thought, resilience and empathy are dispositions required by students to compete in the 21st Century.

Pastoral care is at the heart of a Kelvinside education, where the size of our pupil population allows teachers to know every pupil, ensuring a caring and nurturing learning environment. At Kelvinside Academy, the whole child is the whole point.