Stoneyhill Primary School was built in 1996 and is a non-denominational primary school situated at the west end of Musselburgh. The school caters for children from ages 3 to 12. At the time of writing, October 2016, there are nine classes P1-P7 in school, with a total roll of 226. The school nursery caters for 3 and 4 year olds with 30 children attending the morning session and 30 in the afternoon.
Set within a pleasing landscaped area, the main school is of an extremely attractive, semi-open plan design. Eight class bays open onto a central multi-purpose group activity area. A recently added extension comprises of 4 closed classrooms, a purpose built nursery, Support for Learning room, resource room, offices, medical room and sports hall. The school is accessible to those with physical disabilities. The school also has a modern kitchen, which enables the pupils to have a packed lunch or a cafeteria hot meal of the day.
There are attractive grounds around the school with a garden.
Closed circuit television and an effective intruder alarm system protect the school.
To undertake class-teaching duties
- Teach assigned classes together with associated preparation and correction.
- Develop the school curriculum.
- Assess, record and report on the work of pupils.
- Prepare pupils for examinations and assist with their administration.
- Provide advice and guidance to pupils on issues related to their education.
- Promote and safeguard the health, welfare and safety of pupils.
- Work in partnership with parents, support staff and other professionals.
- Undertake appropriate and agreed Career Long Professional Development (CLPL).
- Participate in issues related to school planning, raising achievement and individual review
- Contribute towards good order and the wider needs of the school.
Appropriate primary qualification
For Permanent Posts: Full GTCS Registration is required.
For Temporary Posts: Full/Provisional GTCS Registration is required.
This post is considered as Regulated Work with vulnerable children and/or protected adults, as specified in the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007.
All preferred candidates for posts carrying out regulated work with these groups will be required to become a PVG Scheme member, or undergo a PVG Scheme update if they are already a member, prior to any formal offer of employment being made by East Lothian Council.
Please note: PVG member’s records are constantly updated with any new vetting information that arises. Any information that is disclosed on a PVG membership or update check, if relevant to the post being applied for, will be discussed with the applicant and investigated prior to any formal offer being made.
Closing date: 04/12/2016
Stoneyhill Primary School,