The education and welfare of a class, in accordance with the requirements of the Conditions of Employment for school teachers, having due regard to the requirements of the National Curriculum, the school’s aims and objectives, policies of the Governing Body and curriculum guidance.
To share in the corporate responsibility for the wellbeing and discipline of all pupils.
Teaching and Learning Maintain a focus on raising standards of attainment by setting and achieving appropriate targets for the class, groups and individual pupils and monitoring and evaluating progress in relation to the EYFS Early Learning Goals Has high expectations of achievement and behaviour which are promoted both in the classroom and around the school.
To promote high standards of quality within the nursery in respect of the environment, resources and experiences offered to children.
To provide a rich, play-based Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum that enables children to make individual and aspirational progress against the Early Learning Goals.
To prepare weekly plans, liaising with other EYFS teachers, teaching assistants and Learning Support Assistants as directed and in line with school policies
Plan for and provide a differentiated curriculum for more and less able pupils and pupils on the SEN register, vulnerable children and children with EAL
To use a range of teaching and learning styles and strategies appropriate to the effective delivery of the planned early learning objectives
To implement the School’s policies for marking, assessment, collection of evidence, moderation and the regular and systematic recording of pupil data Liaise with personal manager reviewer to agree appropriate training and professional development opportunities in line with School Improvement Plan and Performance Management requirements
Engage with Performance Management systems in line with school policy
What can Gray’s Farm Primary offer you?
- Experience in a ‘Good’ school who are striving for ‘Outstanding’.
- An excellent and committed team
- A teaching assistant in every classroom to support teaching and learning
- A welcoming school with friendly, approachable staff and governors
- A strong focus on staff well-being including: Friday fun briefings, communication only within working hours for switch off, staff voice on a regular basis, personal ‘check ins’ from members of slt, ppa covered by the same people each week so less stress. (This is not an exhaustive list)
- A rigorous performance management system which is supportive
- Shadowing opportunities should your have particular aspirations
- Support from experienced year group partners when planning
- Support from experienced middle leaders and SLT link to check in and support where needed
- Clean, bright and spacious classrooms which are well stocked
- Performance related pay opportunities based on performance management
Safeguarding - TKAT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Offers of employment will be subject to the full Safer Recruitment process, including an enhanced disclosure and barring service check.
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