Class Teacher, Gaelic Medium Education – PKC08015
£27,498 – £41,412
Goodlyburn Primary School, Perth
0.6FTE of this post is Permanent and 0.4FTE is Fixed Term until 14 August 2022.
This is an opportunity to join a vibrant, highly dedicated team committed to meeting the needs of all our children.
Our Gaelic Medium provision has increased steadily over the last couple of years and you will join our Gaelic Medium teacher team as part of a job share. You will be a fluent Gaelic speaker, have effective oral and written skills in Gaelic and English and have experience of teaching all stages.
Goodlyburn Primary School shares a campus with Perth College, University of Highlands and Islands. We are approximately one mile from the centre of Perth and are on a regular bus route. Perth is a beautiful City, often referred to as the Gateway to the Highlands and we are equidistant from Glasgow and Edinburgh approximately 1 hour by car, with excellent motorway and rail links.
You can find more information about our school via our website http://goodlyburnps.schoolwebsite.scot or through our twitter account @GoodlyburnPS
You will be a fluent Gaelic speaker, have excellent oral and written skills in Gaelic and English and have experience of teaching all stages.
You will be enthusiastic and innovative in your thinking, work well as a team and have a positive outlook and desire to promote Gaelic language and culture.
You should be able to demonstrate a knowledge of current curriculum developments and have a creative approach to learning and teaching.
For further information about this vacancy please contact Annemarie Sands, Head Teacher, Goodlyburn Primary School on 01738 454230.
When completing your application for this post, please ensure that you provide contact details for two referees, including email addresses. One should be your current or most recent employer. If you are already employed as a teacher with Perth & Kinross Council, you are only required to provide 1 reference, which must be from your current Head Teacher.
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