The e-sgol project has been running since September 2018, with the innovative intention of supporting schools to collaborate on a hybrid model of teaching in order to expand the provision available to post-14 pupils. Over the past few years, this exciting project has expanded to all areas of Wales and now collaborates with over 40 schools.
Other successful elements of e-sgol include the Carlam Cymru program, which is a national revision scheme for GCSE and A level students; forming partnerships with the SEREN Network, the National Centre for Learning Welsh and Mudiad Meithrin as well as developing a scheme to connect Pupil Referral Units with neighbouring schools to provide mainstream courses for vulnerable pupils.
The North Wales e-sgol Leader will be a necessary link for North Wales schools and will offer training and support to teachers and their learners. Also, they will look for new and innovative opportunities to further expand the e-sgol provision.
For further information please contact: Llifon Ellis (Head of e-sgol) Llifon.Ellis@e-sgol.cymru
Job Description and Person Specification
Note: We reserve the right to extend the application closing date.
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