Noble Park, VIC
- Berry Street’s specialist trauma informed school
- Noble Park location
- Full-time, fixed term position until December 2018
Join Victoria’s largest independent child welfare organisation and become a vital part of a team that never gives up doing whatever it takes for kids. We believe everyone should have a good childhood, growing up in families and communities where they feel safe, nurtured and have hope for the future.
Are you passionate about alternative education and determined to see change for young people with complex educational needs? Do you have experience in overseeing and implementing school-wide curriculum designed to meet the individual needs of students?
The Berry Street School in the South Eastern Region caters for young people primarily aged 12 to 18 years who have become disengaged from mainstream education. The school currently has an enrolment of approximately 35 students, and delivers a trauma-informed education model. The school offers Years 7 – 10 and a VCAL program.
The Noble Park Campus utilises a therapeutic and trauma-informed education model that combines a strong curriculum with knowledge and insight into the significant issues that impact on a young person's engagement in education.
We are looking for an exceptional classroom teacher, who has a strong understanding of the delivery of trauma-informed education and knowledge of the welfare system. The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience in the development and delivery of differentiated curriculum leading to improved student outcomes.
Queries to Susan Nilsen, Acting Assistant Principal on (03) 9239 1400
Applications addressing the Key Selection Criteria should be submitted by 11pm on Sunday, 12 August 2018
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Berry Street are committed to the safety, participation and empowerment of all children, including those with a disability and culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds. Berry Street are also committed to cultural safety, inclusion and empowerment of Aboriginal children, their families and communities. Comprehensive reference and background checking will be undertaken, including a Working with Children Check and police check. Aboriginal people; people from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability are encouraged to apply.