Deputy Headteacher Promotion Guidelines
Deputy Headteacher Promotion Guidelines. Following the leadership the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) in schools, Deputy Head Teacher I is a promotion grade of institutional administrators in primary institutions.These teachers report to the Head Teacher who is the head administrator in the school.
These teachers are required to attain thhe knowledge on the development and implementation of the curriculum,the education policies as well as programmes running a school everyday.
It is crucial ta ascertain that this promotion grade will be competitive and subject to availability of vacancies in the highlighted schools.
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Minimum requirements by TSC for promotion for these administrators.
For a teacher to qualify for appointment to the grade of Deputy Head Teacher I, one must meet the following requirements:
~The teacher to show satisfactory rating in the TSC performance appraisal process
~The teacher must have served as Deputy Head Teacher II T-Scale 9 for 3 years and above.
~The teacher must have successfully completed the relevant (TPD) modules.
~The teacher must have ability to demonstrate ability to supervise provide professional support to others.
~The teacher must have a valid Teaching Certificate;
~The teacher must meet the requirements of Chapter Six (6) of the Constitution;
~The teacher must meet any other requirement needed by tsc at the time of promotion.
TSC OFFICIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES OF DEPUTY HEAD TEACHER I
Some of the duties and responsibilities of Deputy Head Teacher II and I include:
~Ensuring proper school coordination and provide guidance and counselling services to the teachers, nonteaching staff and learners.
~Be in charge of the necessary instructional materials are sourced, availed and utilised by the teachers and learners to support curriculum implementation;
~Take full charge of stores requisition and maintenance of proper inventory for accountability and optimum utilisation;
~Ensure close supervision of teaching and non-teaching staff for proper discharge of tuition programmes.
~Make arrangements on supervision of school activities including maintenance of cleanliness and general repairs of buildings among others.
~Facilitation of proper discipline is maintained in the school by the teachers, the non-teaching staff and the learners.
~To ensure close supervision , interpretation and implementation of the curriculum by ensuring schemes of work and lesson plans are done by teachers;
~To coordinate internal examinations and assessments .
~Facilitation of implementation of scheduled instructional programmes