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Depute Head Teacher

Depute Head Teacher

Whitehill Secondary School

Glasgow City

Salary:
£50,319
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
20 December 2017

Job overview

GLA02972

Make a difference to the future lives of Glasgow’s children.

We need experienced and highly motivated leaders to help us drive up standards. Innovative and solutions-focused, you will help all our children fulfil their potential.

Whitehill Secondary School
280 Onslow Drive
Glasgow
G31 2QF

Closing date 20th December 2017

Membership of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme will be essential on taking up appointment along with GTCS Registration.

To find out more and apply online visit www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/glasgow and enter the relevant job reference number.

We are an equal opportunities employer so please inform of any special requirements you may have.

Glasgow City Council
Education Services

www.glasgow.gov.uk

About Whitehill Secondary School

+44 1415 820290

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Whitehill Secondary School is a mixed, non-denominational state school in Glasgow, Scotland. This mainstream school is located in the eastern suburb of Dennistoun and is home to students aged 11-18.  Whitehill Secondary School is associated with the Learning Community, which includes local nursery, primary and special schools. Whitehill is well-staffed, with 68 staff members and a pupil population of around 485.  

The school was founded in 1891 by John Neilson Cuthbertson, chairman of the Glasgow School Board. The school was demolished and rebuilt in 1977 at its present location on Onslow Drive. It was then refurbished and modernised in 2002 as part of a Glasgow City Council project. Whitehill Secondary School now shares a campus with a public swimming pool and sports centre.    

Headteacher

Pauline Swan   

Values and vision 

Whitehill Secondary School aims to provide equal opportunities for all its students, in particular those with special educational needs and disabilities. Teachers want to empower each child to take pride in learning and maximise their potential, as well as instil in each child the importance of their duties and responsibilities in a democratic society. 

The school has implemented a pupil tracking system to ensure each child’s progress is analysed individually. Whitehill specialises in sport and a wide range of extracurricular activities. Staff promote citizenship while providing a balanced curriculum of academic as well as vocational courses. 

Education Scotland report

"Most young people are well behaved, enthusiastic and ready to learn. Relationships between staff and learners are positive and in most lessons young people engage well in their learning. Young people are good at helping each other in class and show mutual respect. They work together effectively in collaborative tasks."

View Whitehill Secondary School's Education Scotland report

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