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Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time
Applications Close: 31 December 2022
Adelaide’s leading co-educational, independent early years and primary school provides excellence in educational experiences for over 500 students
<p>Established in 1850, St Andrew’s School is Adelaide’s leading co-educational, independent early years and primary school. The School provides excellence in educational experiences for over 500 students from ELC to Year 6 and recently attained the State’s highest NAPLAN results. The breadth of opportunities for students is diverse and expansive, all located on a beautiful campus on the fringe of Adelaide’s CBD. As a prominent International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, students are inspired to contemplate, innovate and contribute to diverse communities as valued, global citizens.</p><p>The recently opened and award-winning $6.2m Tarrkarri (Kaurna word for <i>the future</i>) building empowers a new generation of students in learner-centred, state-of-the-art environments, including the new STEM facility (‘The Collaboratory’) which fosters a culture of innovation, entrepreneurship and collaboration. The adjoining outdoor learning space includes a giant treehouse, caves for quiet contemplation and a quarry full of treasures for children to unearth, all co-designed by St Andrew’s students.
</p><p>Reporting to the newly appointed Principal, Luke Ritchie, as the strategic leader of learning and teaching, St Andrew’s School’s Deputy Principal will work closely with the dedicated staff and School community. This is a career defining opportunity suited to a proven educational leader, capable of contributing to further success of this outstanding School community. Applications are welcome from appropriately qualified and experienced professionals with demonstrated success in high level collaboration to execute contemporary teaching, learning, wellbeing and capacity building initiative.
</p><p>Authenticity, credibility, integrity, humility, warmth, energy and a genuine passion for the development of young people will be critical attributes in the appointee. Alignment with the core values of belonging, celebrating success, integrity and creativity will be crucial, as well as a preparedness to support the Anglican ethos of the School and the demonstrated capacity to enhance both culture and strategy.
</p><p>An attractive remuneration package will be offered to secure a high calibre school leader capable of adding real value to a truly excellent school where <i>bright futures begin</i>.