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SLT small school vs large school

Discussion in 'Primary' started by JudithJudkins, Aug 16, 2011.

  1. I have been at my current school (a large primary school) for a long time but I am thinking of applying for a DH job in a smaller, one form entry school. Feedback on previous applications included that I need to talk about how my experience in a large school is relevant to working in a small primary school. Any ideas???
     
  2. I have been at my current school (a large primary school) for a long time but I am thinking of applying for a DH job in a smaller, one form entry school. Feedback on previous applications included that I need to talk about how my experience in a large school is relevant to working in a small primary school. Any ideas???
     
  3. CarrieV

    CarrieV Lead commenter

    Well, what did you say last time?
     
  4. The feedback was on a letter of application for the same job. The governors didn't appoint last time and they have had ofsted since. As a result the job spec' has changed and so I think I will have another go (nothing to lose!)
    At my current school I have worked for three very different headteachers and have held a number of different responsibilities from subject leader for ICT, science, DT and now maths. I was also phase leader for KS1 for a year (secondment post), I am Induction Tutor for NQT's and I have led SEAL and now lead APP. I am also a teacher governor. I was told to include how my experiences to date in a large primary enables me to fulfill the role of DH in a smaller school. I have some ideas but would be grateful for other people's thoughts to see if I am on the right lines.
     
  5. harsh-but-fair

    harsh-but-fair Lead commenter

    Welcome to TES, Judith.
     

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