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Digital Technologies/solutions Teacher

Clayfield College - Clayfield, QLD

Education, Childcare & Training
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About Clayfield College

Clayfield College is a leading independent day and boarding school, owned and governed by the Presbyterian and Methodist Schools Association (PMSA) on behalf of the Presbyterian and Uniting Churches. It is co-educational from Pre-Prep to Year 6, girls only from Year 7 to Year 12 and boarding for girls from Year 5 to Year 12. The College is renowned for its high academic standards, the quality of its teaching and learning, and its emphasis on personal excellence.

As a Christian community, the College seeks to encourage a high level of personal integrity, respect and compassion for others, and a sense of individual responsibility both to the school community and to society as a whole. Staff are encouraged to strive for personal excellence and fulfilment in their lives, while giving service to God and others.


Clayfield College teachers are responsible for supporting the Christian mission of the College through creating and maintaining effective learning environments that enhance the learning needs of all students. As a teacher at Clayfield College you will:

  • participate in Christian learning or service activities and model and advocate the Christian ethos of the College and the PMSA
  • plan, prepare deliver and assess effective learning and teaching programs
  • create and maintain productive learning environments which support the learning needs of students at the College
  • contribute to the implementation of the College Strategic Plan
  • contribute to the implementation of the School Improvement Plan
  • support and contribute to the maintenance of the pastoral and spiritual ethos of the College
  • display a thorough knowledge of contemporary pedagogy through excellent teaching practice, including the integration of technology.


A teacher at Clayfield College demonstrates effective professional knowledge, practice and engagement, according to their professional career stage (as identified in the AITSL standards), in the following Domains of Teaching:

Professional Knowledge

  • To demonstrate professional and in-depth knowledge of the physical, intellectual and emotional development of students and how they learn.
  • To demonstrate an understanding of the subject matter of the department for which they are responsible.
  • To demonstrate a high level of professional knowledge of current relevant state and federal curriculum documents, specifically the Australian Curriculum and relevant Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority Syllabuses.
  • Knowledge of students and how they learn.
  • Understanding of cultural difference.
  • Expert knowledge of their subject/s content.
  • Proficiency in pedagogy.

Key Result Areas


  • Developing appropriate lesson plans using suitable resources, including ICT resources.
  • Delivering quality and effective teaching and learning programs, with regard to relevant syllabi, curriculum policies, work programs and educational trends.
  • Implementing effective teaching and learning strategies, including the integration of contemporary technology where appropriate.
  • Differentiating teaching and learning activities to cater to the physical, social and intellectual development of students, across the full range of abilities.
  • Supporting students through the development of positive learning environments and effective behaviour management practices.
  • Providing for the physical, social, cultural and emotional wellbeing and physical safety of students.
  • Assessing students (diagnostic, formative and summative) for developmental, feedback and reporting purposes.
  • Maintaining student records and using data to improve student learning outcomes.
  • Reporting informally and formally on student performance to students, parents and other parties as appropriate.
  • Other duties as required and commensurate with the role as a teacher at Clayfield College.
  • Involvement in co-curriculum program at the College.


  • Attend meetings and relevant gatherings as appropriate or required.
  • Contribute articles to the various Clayfield College publications as required or requested.
  • Promote and maintain awareness of current education developments in Teaching. Be proactive in dissemination of relevant information and facilitate the incorporation of new ideas.
  • Planning for, and implementing, effective teaching and learning.
  • Demonstration of differentiation in the classroom.
  • Creation and maintenance of supportive and safe learning environments.
  • Assessment, feedback and reporting on student learning.

Professional Engagement

  • Engaging in professional learning to improve practice.
  • Contributing to professional networks in the College and the wider educational community.
  • Participating in the collaborative development and evaluation of curriculum.
  • Regularly monitoring the effectiveness of your teaching and your students’ learning.
  • Contributing to your Department’s aims and achievements by professionally supporting your colleagues, including meeting deadlines for preparing assessment, marking and reporting.
  • Establishing and maintaining appropriate interpersonal and professional relationships between the school, parents, students and community, particularly with regards to the ethical obligations as outlined in the Clayfield College Positive Behaviour Policy.
  • Contributing to the overall development of all students through actively supporting co-curricular activities as determined by College priorities.

Health and Safety

  • Demonstrate in daily activities a commitment to health and safety in the workplace by always performing tasks in the safest possible manner – safe for the individual, co-workers and students.
  • Manage the health and safety of the department, ensuring that all departmental activities are regularly risk assessed liaising with the facilities and operational management team as well as external providers.
  • Ensure at all times that you work in compliance with all laws, acts, regulations and internal policies outlined in all manuals and handbooks, as updated from time to time.
  • Report all hazards and incidents that the individual is party to, or observes, in the correct manner.
  • When required or directed by Clayfield College, participate in any health and safety training.

Knowledge, Skills, Experience and Attributes


  • Passionate about lifelong learning and educating young women.
  • Queensland teacher registration and relevant teaching qualifications and experience.
  • Working with Children Check (WWCC).
  • Outstanding approach to teaching practice.
  • Well-developed interpersonal, communication, presentation and negotiation skills whilst demonstrating respect for and acceptance of difference in students, parents and team members.
  • Ability to work as a collaborative team member.
  • Excellent organisational and administration skills.
  • Demonstrates a passion and commitment to the vision and values of Clayfield College.
  • Committed to striving for continuous improvement and achieving exceptional outcomes.
  • Highly motivated, shows initiative and is solution focused.
  • Is reliable and punctual.
  • Demonstrates high levels of confidentiality whilst cultivating trust, credibility and honesty.
  • Possesses a strong work ethic and exercises ownership and concern for quality of own work reflected in accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Is flexible and has an ability to adapt and operate effectively in a challenging and changing environment.

Learning Area Development

  • Being accountable for high standards in teacher quality, student learning outcomes and educational delivery.
  • Analysing and reporting student learning outcomes in the pursuit of continuous improvement.
  • Ensuring effective, professional communication with the College Leadership Team, department staff, relevant professional bodies, students and parents.
  • Support and promote Health & Safety standards, Risk Management and Human Resource practices within the Department and the College.


  • Assisting where appropriate, with daily routines and general organisation within the College.

Clayfield, QLD

Education, Childcare & Training


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