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School Chaplain / Teacher,
Queen Victoria School (QVS) is a co-educational Boarding School funded by the Ministry of Defence to educate some 270 children of Service Personnel. The School is set in 45 acres of beautiful Perthshire countryside and offers stable and uninterrupted co-educational boarding for 11 – 18 year olds.
We require an enthusiastic School Chaplain to fill our team. We are happy to consider applications for Full Time, Part Time and Job Share. Full details of the post can be found in the Job Pack.
Applicants must be suitably qualified for the role of Chaplain and ideally should hold a teaching qualification as this post is currently funded through our teaching budget. Applicants must be PVG registered and ideally GTC Scotland registered prior to taking up post.
Salary is based on SNCT Agreements. In addition, QVS Boarding School Allowance is payable to reflect the requirement to undertake additional boarding duties. Currently this allowance is £7413 for Full Time staff. However it should be noted that all allowances are under review and there is no guarantee that this will always be available. A commitment to boarding school life, including taking part in extra curricular activities, is essential.
A detailed job description and online application form can be found by visiting:
If you would like further information on this job opportunity you can email the Head, Donald Shaw, email@example.com
Closing date for completed applications is 29 August 2018
Queen Victoria School is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
On 8th March, pupils from P7 to S3 were introduced to the ‘Reading Force’ initiative, created by Professor Alison Baverstock of Kingston University.
Alison herself has been a Service wife, and has created the scheme to encourage reading and literary based conversation between Service pupils and their families, often deployed. She gave a presentation to our pupils describing her experiences with staying in touch with deployed family members, and how Reading Force can help.
Reading Force provides a scrapbook for pupils to use alongside reading a book of their choice, while members of their families read the same book. The hope is that this provides opportunities for pupils and their families to have conversations to discuss their chosen books.
On completion, pupils receive a certificate, some feedback and an age appropriate free book. Pupils will be encouraged to complete their scrapbooks over the Easter break with involvement from family members.
Thanks goes to Mr Kirk for organising the event.
AMAZING FUNDRAISING EFFORT
On Friday 19th January, the whole school witnessed an amazing charity event. In front of a cheering audience, Anjipa Malla (S5), shed all 36 inches of her shiny locks to raise money for the charity Sentebale. Anjipa is hopeful of raising £755 for the charity. We are so proud of her for taking part in such a selfless act for such a great cause.
What is Sentebale?
Sentebale supports orphans and vulnerable children in sub-Saharan Africa, many of whom are affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Through education, psychosocial support and care, they are given the tools needed to lead happy healthy and productive lives.
You can support Anjipa and help her to reach her fundraising target by making a donation via the link below:
Staff member Mr McConnell recently visited Ibrox with his family, and promoted QVS while there.
Some pupils took part in an Anti-bullying assembly during Mental Health Week, November 2017.