Key Stage 2 Teacher Burford Primary School, Burford, Oxfordshire

Job description

• To have responsibility and to be accountable for the delivery of high-quality provision within the setting
• To plan and provide for a broad and balanced curriculum that is purposeful, challenging and enjoyable
• Select, prepare and use a range of resources suitable for children’s ages, interests and abilities, taking account of diversity and promoting equality and inclusion
• Mark, evaluate and monitor children’s learning, development and progress systematically and carefully, using this information to inform planning and improve practice and provision
• Engage in the process of effective assessment, recording and reporting on progress, using this as a basis for differentiating provision
• Promote positive behaviour, self-control and independence through effective behaviour management strategies and developing children’s social, emotional and behavioural skills
• Promote children’s rights, equality, inclusion and anti-discriminatory practice in all aspects of the setting
• Organise and direct the work of teaching assistants within the classroom.
• Establish and maintain positive relations with pupils, parents, governors, Burford Partnership of Schools, our Academy Trust, the Oxford Diocesan Schools Trust, (ODST) and the wider school community.

Essential educational requirements

Qualified Teacher Status

Essential qualifications

Evidence of recent training and a commitment to further professional development

Essential skills and experience

Strong knowledge and understanding of the National Curriculum

Ability to provide an inclusive learning environment that is stimulating and promotes positive attitudes to learning

Proficient in the use of ICT and a good knowledge of software programmes and Apps to enhance teaching and learning

Good organisational and time-management skills

Experience of teaching and able to plan, organise and deliver a differentiated and challenging curriculum that addresses the needs of all learners, including those who are disadvantaged and with SEND

A proven track record of using assessment, marking and feedback that impacts on pupil outcomes, raises standards and engages pupils in their learning and self-evaluation

Experience of supervising and directing support staff to impact on pupil outcomes

Have high expectations of behaviour and demonstrate strong classroom management strategies that enable all children to learn within a purposeful, inclusive and safe environment

Employee benefits

Teachers Pension Scheme
CPD


About Burford Primary School

Address
Priory Lane, Burford, Oxfordshire, OX18 4SG
Phase
Primary
Type
Academy
Website
Burford Primary School website (opens in a new window)