To lead and manage the development of excellent classroom teaching practice across the school for pupils with barriers for learning and support the school in fulfilling its statutory SEND duties. To play a role in the overall strategic direction of continuing professional development (CPD) for teachers across the school.
To be a model of excellent practice, maintaining a clear focus on outstanding delivery to learners ensuring a centre of best practice and excellence.
To ensure high quality education for all pupils in a designated class and improve the quality of learning and standards of achievement. To carry out the professional duties of a teacher as set out in the current edition of the School Teacher’s Pay and Conditions Document. To fulfil the duties of a class teacher against the Teacher Standards (2012) to a level that is consistent with what should be reasonably expected of a teacher in the relevant role and at the relevant stage of their career – whether an NQT, mid-career teacher, or one who is more experienced in accordance with the school’s career stage expectations for teachers.
A teacher in a school shall perform in accordance with any directions which may reasonably be given to him or her by the Headteacher from time to time.
Applying for the job
All applicants will be required to produce two suitable referees as part of the application.
Application forms can be downloaded from the school website at www.st-patricks.waltham.sch.uk/vacancies or requested from the school office. Application form and all relevant documents also uploaded to advert. Completed CES applications should be sent by email to email@example.com or handed to the school office.
The school is a Christian community where we try to live out the word of Christ by serving your children. We believe that every child is made in the image and likeness of God - especially valued from every race, gender, social background, physical or intellectual achievement. We are passionate about educating the whole child, and ensure that all our children have access to more than the basic academic subjects.
Arranging a visit to St Patrick's Catholic Primary School
Please contact Deputy Headteacher Mrs Tracey Mullett via the school telephone 0208 509 4321. Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org