Class Teacher- Maternity Cover
- To teach a class
in a year group suited to your experience and to the needs of the school.
- To work within a
philosophical framework that supports and enhances the ethos and climate of the
school, as stated within the agreed aims.
- To teach within,
and have a good knowledge of, curriculum guidelines and policies, making
appropriate use of these in conjunction with statutory obligations, to provide
a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum for all pupils.
- To provide a
learning environment where children are expected to act and think independently
yet with concern for the needs of others.
- To use a variety
of teaching styles appropriate to the learning situation that enhance and
facilitate a learning environment.
- To maintain a
tidy, well ordered, attractive, stimulating, safe learning environment where
children’s work is displayed with care and sensitivity, placing value on
individual effort as well as the final product.
- To liaise with
other teachers in the year groups, Key Stage and cross phase as appropriate to
the age of the class, in planning, delivering, evaluating, assessing and
recording each area of the curriculum.
- To understand the
further duties and responsibilities associated with the role of class teacher,
including fostering a welcoming and caring ethos that values the contribution
and achievements of all members of the school community, encouraging a high
standard of behaviour among all pupils, leading assemblies, participating in staff
meetings and discussions with parents and governors. To contribute to displays in public areas and
share in the general duties and administration of the school.
- To review teaching
methods, take part in in-service training, contribute to in-house training, carry out research and
disseminate to colleagues, and build up a personal professional development
- Implement all
collegiate decisions thereby maintaining a professional image that shows
loyalty to the school, through a unified approach.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Please ensure that you complete all sections of Part 1 and Part 2 of the application. Please note that providing false information will result in the application being rejected, withdrawal of any offer of employment, summary dismissal if you are in post and possible referral to the police. Please note that checks including online checks may be carried out to verify the contents of your application form. CVs are not accepted.
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