Organisation: Highland Council
- Location: Ross & Cromarty
- Salary/Hourly Rate: £43593 – £43593 (and relocation package)
- Hours: 35
- Full/Part Time: Full Time
- Published: 17 August 2012
- Closing Date: 7 September 2012
- Ref. No.: HGH002250
- To apply contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Highland Council Education Dept 01349 868660 for details
£43,593 per annum plus Remote Allowance £1,248 per annum
The school looks out on to Loch Broom and the Summer Isles and serves the scattered crofting townships of the Coigach peninsula. The school building consists of 2 classrooms, a kitchen, a dining room and a general purpose room. The school roll is currently 21 pupils with 9 pupils in the P1-3 class and 12 pupils in the P4-7 class. The local community is very supportive of the school and relationships between pupils, teachers, parents and the community at large are very positive.
Job Description and Person Specification are available with application pack. Application forms from the: Education, Culture & Sport Service, Staffing Unit Dingwall Centre Jubilee Park Road Dingwall IV15 9QZ Tel No. 01349 868660 (24 hour telephone answering service) If you wish to send your completed Application Form by email, please forward to:-email@example.com Applications from Gaelic Speakers are encouraged. Prior to confirming appointment, we will undertake an enhanced criminal records check through Disclosure Scotland. The council has a comprehensive relocation package which maybe available to the successful candidate.
(Above information from Highland Council )
A fantastic opportunity awaits at our great wee school for someone with enthusiasm and an adventurous spirit. What teacher wouldn’t like life in a beautiful environment with a bunch of bright, happy, confident kids who are keen to learn? Great HMI reports, great track record (one ex pupil got top marks in the Highlands with 6 A’s in her Highers earlier this month) and there’s lots of music, interest in history and the world around. And with fab home-cooked school dinners, supportive parents, loads of community spirit, there is much fun to be had here. Bring your kayak, your wellies and your imagination.
Check out Achiltibuie Appreciation Society on facebook, come visit and see for yourself www.coigach.com (Achiltibuie Tourist Association) or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want any info about Achiltibuie (we can also put you in touch with other local folk with useful information) . And of course www.highland.gov.uk/…/achiltibuieprimaryschool.htm