Second in Maths
Manor Community Academy, Hartlepool, Teesside
|Working pattern||Full-time only|
|Salary||UPS £37,654 – £40,490|
1. Teaching the students assigned to you according to their educational needs, including
the setting and marking of work to be carried out by the students in the academy or
2. Assessing, recording and reporting on the development, progress and attainment of
3. Consistently applying the academy’s behaviour policy at all times;
4. Promoting the general progress and well being of individual students and of any class
or group of students assigned to him/her;
5. Providing guidance and advice to students on educational and social matters and on
their further education and future careers, including information about sources of more
expert advice on specific questions;
6. Completing the academy’s tracking systems;
7. Making records of and reporting on the personal and social needs of students;
8. Communicating and consulting with the parents of students;
9. Communicating and co-operating with relevant persons or bodies outside the
10. Participating in meetings arranged for any of the purposes described above.
11. Participating in arrangements within the academy’s policy for Performance
12. Reviewing from time to time his/her methods of teaching and programmes of work.
13. Participating in arrangements for his/her further training and professional development
as a teacher and manager.
14. Advising and co-operating with the Principal, Subject Directors, Head of Department
and other teachers (or any one or more of them) on the preparation and development
of courses of study, for all students, appropriate teaching materials, schemes of work,
methods of teaching and assessment and pastoral arrangements;
15. Responding to the Code of Practice for Special Educational Needs, in accordance with
the academy’s policy.
16. Maintaining good order and discipline among the students and safeguarding their
health and safety both when they are authorised to be on the academy premises and
when they are engaged in authorised Academy activities elsewhere;
17. Ensuring that the Academy’s Child Safeguarding Policy is followed where there may
be a concern;
18. Ensuring that personal knowledge of the academy’s health and safety policy is
updated and the practices are in accordance with it.
19. Participating in meetings at the academy as required.
20. Participating in arrangements for preparing students for public examinations and in
assessing students for the purposes of such examinations.
21. Recording and reporting such assessments;
22. Participating in arrangements for students’ presentation for and supervision during
23. Contributing to the selection for appointment, induction and personal development of
24. Co-ordinating or managing the work of supporting staff or volunteers.
25. Taking such part as may be required of him/her in the review, development and
management of activities relating to the curriculum, organisation and pastoral
functions of the academy and Performance Management of staff as directed by the
26. Participating in administrative and organisational tasks related to such duties as
described above, including the management or supervision of persons, providing
support for the teachers in the academy and the ordering and allocation of equipment
27. Attending assemblies, registering the attendance of students and supervising
students, whether these duties are to be performed before, during or after Academy
28. Support the Head of Department to ensure teachers in your subject area consistently
deliver good or better lessons and maintain positive learning environments.
29. Support the Head of Department in implementing the long term vision.
30. Plan schemes of learning and lessons for department at Key Stage Three, Four and
Five which are engaging and relevant to students’ needs and interests.
31. Develop new innovative approaches for learning utilising ICT and new resources.
32. Track and monitor student performance across your area of responsibility.
33. Ensure marking is regularly carried out in your area in accordance with academy
marking policy and use assessment for learning to regularly share levels of
achievement with students and parents
34. Report regularly to your line manager on current performance and develop
intervention strategies to continually improve performance and achieve outstanding
35. Support and promote the professional development of teachers, providing training,
mentoring and coaching where appropriate.
36. Maintain the highest standards of professionalism and consistently apply academy
37. Adhering to Academy and Trust policies and procedures.
|School size||1060 pupils enrolled|
|Age range||11 to 16|
|Ofsted report||View Ofsted report|
|Website||Manor Community Academy website (opens in a new window)|
About Manor Community Academy
Manor Community Academy is located in the north-east of England, in the coastal town of Hartlepool. The academy joined Northern Education Trust in 2015. We are an averaged sized 11 – 16 secondary school (NOR 1048) with an Alternate Resource Provision within the academy.
At Manor Community Academy, we focus on improving the life chances of students in our care and are unashamedly dedicated to helping our young people achieve a strong pass in core academic qualifications, particularly in English and mathematics. The academy follows a one week 25 period timetable with each day split into five periods of 60 minutes each. Students also receive a 20-minute tutor period each day.
Our curriculum is broad and balanced with a strong core at its centre. All students have the opportunity to study a wide range of GCSE and vocational subjects including the EBacc. We want our young people to leave the academy well qualified and also with a unique skill set that will enable them to 'stand out from the crowd’. We believe strongly that our students should be in possession of employability skills that will enable them to pursue exciting careers, attend prestigious universities, complete dynamic apprenticeships and play their own leading roles in regenerating our communities.
At Manor Community Academy, we aim to enrich our students' experience and enjoyment of school and to generate opportunities for students to accrue the cultural capital they will need to be successful. There are a wide range of enrichment activities and events that cater for a variety of students interests and ensure equality of opportunity.
Owton Manor Lane, Hartlepool, Teesside, TS25 3PS