Contract Terms and Duties
This job description is to be performed in
accordance with the provision of the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions
Document and within the range of duties set out in that document so far as
relevant to the post holder’s title and salary grade.
The post holder is responsible to the Year
Group Leader for his/her teaching duties and responsibilities.
Ø Directing and
supervising the work of Learning Support Assistants.
Ø Co-operation and
liaison with other professionals, including fellow staff and colleagues from
external agencies (for example, specialist teachers from the LA support
services, health professionals and social workers).
The particular responsibilities attaching to
the post of teacher are as follows:
Ø To teach pupils
according to their individual educational needs, including the setting and
marking of work to be carried out by pupils in school and elsewhere.
Ø To assess record and
report on the attendance, progress, development and attainment of assigned
pupils and keep such records as are required by the school’s systems.
Ø To ensure a high
quality learning experience for pupils, which meets internal and external
Ø To use variety of
delivery methods appropriate to pupils’ learning styles and the varying demands
of the curriculum.
Ø To provide a
positive, conducive and safe learning environment, encouraging high standards
in punctuality, presentation of work and relationships.
Ø To set high
expectations for pupils’ behaviour and maintain a good standard of discipline
through well focused teaching, fostering positive relationships and
implementing the school’s behaviour policy.
The following generic responsibilities are
not applicable to any unqualified teacher or Early Career Framework teacher. In accordance with sections of the Teachers’
Pay and Conditions Document (2005) there is a requirement for all teachers to
contribute to the development of the school curriculum, teaching methods and
Ø To monitor and
evaluate learning within the curriculum area(s) in line with the school’s
monitoring cycle. (This will include lesson
observations, work sampling, planning, review etc).
Ø To ensure there are
the resources necessary to deliver the curriculum area(s) and allocate
accordingly, within an allocated budget.
Ø To ensure effective communication
with parents and with persons or bodies outside the school who are concerned
with the welfare of pupils, after consultation with appropriate staff.
Ø To contribute to the
personal, social, health, citizenship and enterprise education of pupils
according to school policy.
Ø To work as a member
of a designated team and contribute positively to effective working
relationships within the school.
Ø To actively engage in
Ø To contribute to the
formulation and implementation of the School Self Evaluation and School
Development Plan and associated action plans, as appropriate.
Promote the safety
and wellbeing of pupils at all times through your words, actions and behaviour.
Ø Safeguard pupils by following the requirements of
Keeping Children Safe in Education and our school’s child protection policy.
Ø To play a full part
in the life of the school community, and support its ethos.
Ø To follow and
actively promote the school’s policies.
Ø To comply with the health
and safety policy and undertake risk assessments as appropriate.
Ø To actively pursue
own personal and professional development.
Ø To use PPA time
effectively to contribute to high standards in learning and teaching.
How to Apply: Please complete an
application form and submit this via https://www.mynewterm.com/.
Closing date:Thursday 21st September
Interviews:from 25th September
Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and
expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be
subject to pre-employment checks including: an enhanced DBS check, references
and the right to work in the UK.
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