KS2 Class Teacher with Phase Leader Role

Enfield Heights Academy, Enfield, Middlesex

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Job details

Job role Suitable for NQTs
Working pattern Full-time only
Salary £28,724,.79 to £44,540,.07

Job summary

Key Responsibilities

-Teaching and Learning Responsibilities require teacher to comply with the following factors:
-Focus on teaching and learning
-Exercise of professional skill and judgement
-Accountability for leading on the development of school key priority areas and managing and developing a core curriculum area across the school
-Working with other relevant teachers in the schools, the post holder will:
-Identify relevant school improvement issues
-Define and agree appropriate improvement targets
-Create and evaluate action plans
-Co-ordinate CPD needs and opportunities
-Evaluate the impact of all improvement activities on the quality of teaching and learning
-Provide the Leadership team and other post holders with relevant subject, curriculum and or pupil performance information

Impact on educational progress beyond assigned pupils
Working with other relevant teachers in the schools the post holder will:

-Identify appropriate attainment and achievement targets
-Monitor pupil standards and achievement against annual targets
-Monitor planning, curriculum coverage and learning outcomes
-Monitor standards of pupil behaviour and application
-Lead evaluation strategies to contribute to overall school self-evaluation
-Plan and implement strategies where improvement needs are identified
-Ensure that relevant attainment and achievement targets are met

Leading, developing and enhancing the teaching practice of others

Working with other relevant teachers in the schools, the post holder will:

-Maintain personal expertise and share this with other teachers
-Act as a role model of good classroom practice for other teachers, modelling effective strategies with them
-Monitor and evaluate standards of teaching, identifying areas of improvement
-Plan and implement strategies to improve teaching where needs are identified
-Induct, support and monitor new staff

Essential educational requirements

-Evidence of commitment to further professional development
-Qualified to at least degree level

Essential qualifications

Qualified Teacher status

Essential skills and experience

Experience and consistent successful track record of:
-Involvement in work related to raising levels of achievement
-Some experience of managing/leading colleagues

Should have knowledge and a clear understanding of:

1. Assessment

-Assessment for Learning
-Formative and Summative assessments
-National attainment expectations at the end of each key stage
-Expected and good progress
-Using assessment information to raise standards

2.Teaching and Learning

-High expectations of all learners
-Establishing positive, supportive relationships with children
-A wide range of teaching & learning strategies and methods
-A clear understanding of what good and outstanding teaching and learning looks like

3. Curriculum

-A sound grasp of the national curriculum
-The importance of a broad and balanced curriculum
-Child initiated and independent learning
-The importance of developing learning and life skills

Employee benefits

CHAT has a free onsite car park for staff and a subsidised canteen for lunches. CHAT have a cash benefits scheme through Health Shield and can offer a generous pensions scheme through Teachers Pension Scheme (TPS)

More on how to apply

School overview

School type Free School, Christian
Education phase Primary
School size 186 pupils enrolled
Age range 4 to 11
Ofsted report View Ofsted report
School website Enfield Heights Academy website (opens in a new window)
Contact email recruitment@chat-edu.org.uk

About Enfield Heights Academy

School location

Pitfield Way, Enfield, Middlesex, EN3 5BY