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Our staff team

At Radio City School, our highly trained staff team have extensive knowledge and experience in supporting children and young people with neurodiverse conditions.

The staff team includes:

  • A Head Teacher providing overall management of the school with key responsibilities including partnerships, health and safety and designated safeguarding lead (DSL) remit
  • A Deputy Head Teacher with a teaching remit and key responsibilities including leavers’ transitions, Scottish qualifications authority (SQA) Co-ordinator and DSL
  • A specialist teaching team
  • A support service team, including staff working in administration, cleaning, catering and IT

Staff provide a dynamic, flexible and caring approach to teaching and all staff are trained in trauma informed approaches Level 3. We focus heavily on pupil wellbeing and the development and maintenance of trusting relationships, where children and young people are listened to and understood.

Staff are also trained and experienced in the following areas:

  • First aid
  • Nurture approaches
  • A broad understanding of neurodiversity

Every pupil at Radio City School has a Key Teacher who builds a strong working relationship with both the young person and those who support them, ensuring they are regularly consulted and updated on progress. 


Radio City School values the wellbeing of its pupils. In order to achieve this, it is important that we support our staff’s wellbeing too. School staff have access to support, as appropriate. 

Seeking a rewarding career?

By joining our team at Aspris Children’s Services, you will have the opportunity to help change the lives of the children and young people that we support. To explore our current job vacancies, please click here.

Quotes from our Education Scotland report

“Teachers and teaching assistants consistently show patience and persistence in settling and helping young people to participate in learning tasks. They are skilled and often creative in supporting young people to manage their responses.”

“Catering staff support young people to assist in preparing meals and to lead on a range of catering events within the school. These include Halloween, Christmas, and special events.”