Tyndall College

Staff Charter


The educator’s primary professional concern will always be the student and the development of the student’s potential.


“Knowledge once gained casts a light beyond its own immediate boundaries” – John Tyndall


Teachers at Tyndall College Value:

  • The worth and dignity of every person
  • The pursuit of a devotion to excellence
  • Dedication to their profession
  • Acquisition of knowledge
  • Nurturing the values of democratic citizenship
  • Working in an environment free from abuse or intimidation of any type
  • Being treated in a professional and cordial manner by all colleagues
  • Having appropriate resources to deliver the curriculum effectively
  • Being supported by management
  • Having personal welfare issues dealt with sensitively, confidentially and in a timely manner


Teachers at Tyndall College Ensure:

  • Preparation of effective teaching resources
  • Effective time management
  • The provision of a caring environment for all
  • Punctuality and attendance in accordance with the timetable
  • That management are supported in the implementation of decisions
  • That they are up to date with changes and developments in curriculum
  • That all members of the school community are treated with respect
  • The maintenance of a clean, safe and pleasant work environment
  • That their actions reflect the highest ethical standards
  • That there is a commitment to academic openness, fairness, honesty and objectivity towards students