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The City of Edinburgh Council
Children, Education and Justice Services
Primary Teacher (Gaelic Medium) – fixed term to 28/06/2024
Bun-sgoil Taobh na Pàirce
Salary: £31,584 – £47,565 (Pro-rata for part time)
Hours: 30.34 per week
Bun-sgoil Taobh na Pàirce is Edinburgh’s Gaelic-medium primary school, offering primary education and nursery provision for children in the City of Edinburgh and the Lothians. The school opened in August 2013. Our families come from a wide range of social and linguistic backgrounds. Most learners start at Bun-sgoil Taobh na Pàirce with little or no Gaelic, therefore a key task from nursery onwards is to develop Gaelic language competence, using the immersion approach. We currently have 15 classes in the school and a nursery class of 40.
The leadership team consists of the Head Teacher, 2 Depute Head Teachers, 2 Principal Teachers and a Business Manager. Music instructors visit the school weekly. The school has a number of support staff in place to meet the needs of all learners. We are very well supported by our Parent Council which takes an active role in the life and work of the school. Many parents and community members play a key role as volunteers. The school is developing strong links within the community and is supported in this work by Comunn na Gàidhlig’s Gaelic Development Officer and the City of Edinburgh Council Corporate Gaelic Development Officer.
We are seeking a Primary Teacher to join our staff team until 28 June 2024. Applicants must be fluent Gaelic speakers.
Salaries will be in accordance with the Scheme of Salaries and Conditions of Service for Teaching Staff in School Education.
This post is considered Regulated Work with Vulnerable Children and/or Protected Adults, under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007. Preferred candidates will be required to join the PVG Scheme or undergo a PVG Scheme update check prior to a formal offer of employment being made by the City of Edinburgh Council.
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