- Job role
- Suitable for early career teachers
- Science, Physics, Chemistry
- Working pattern
- Full time
- Main pay range 2 to Upper pay range 2, £26,298 to £39,050
• Plan work in accordance with department learning schemes and National Curriculum programmes of study.
• Liaise with relevant colleagues in the planning of units of work for collaborative delivery.
• Work in collaboration with Learning Support Assistants attached to any teaching group
• Take account of students' prior levels of attainment and use them to set targets for future improvements.
• Maintain good behaviour by adherence to the advice given to staff in the Academy’s behaviour policy.
• Set high expectations for students' behaviour by establishing a purposeful working atmosphere in accordance with the school's behaviour code.
• Set appropriate and demanding expectations for students' learning, motivation and presentations of work.
• Set work for students absent from school for health or disciplinary reasons
• Maintain notes and plans of lessons undertaken and students' work.
• Mark, monitor and return work with a reasonable and agreed time span providing constructive oral and written feedback and clear targets for future learning as appropriate as outlined in the school assessment policy.
• Carry out assessment programmes e.g. reports as agreed by the Academy.
• Attend the appropriate consultation evenings to keep parents informed as to the progress of their child.
• Be familiar with the Code of Practice for identification and assessment of Special Educational Needs and keep appropriate records on Individual Education Plans for students.
• Undertake responsibility for a tutor group as required including academic mentoring.
• Be the first point of contact for parents and students in the tutor group.
• Monitor (and set targets for) the academic and social progress of individuals in the tutor group.
• Promote good attendance and monitor in accordance with the Academy's attendance policy.
TLR available. Ongoing CPD.More on how to apply (opens in new tab)