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  • Start date details

    September 2024

  • Closing date

    20 June 2024 at 10am

  • Date listed

    5 June 2024

Job details

Job role

  • Teacher

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Subject

Art & Design

Working pattern

Full time

Contract type

Permanent

Full-time equivalent salary

£30,000.00 - £46,525.00 Annually (Actual) MPS/UPS

Teacher of Art & Design job summary

Are you an ambitious teacher looking for a new challenge or an ECT looking for a forward thinking and highly aspirational school to start your career?

Do you have a particular area of interest you would like to develop, a strand of your subject you’d like to grow, for example, developing the A level curriculum, Year 6 into 7 transition, KS3 curriculum for your subject area, leading on initial teacher training, developing assessments. Whatever your interest, we will encourage and develop you to build on it. As a growing Trust we are continually developing roles, we invest in our staff and can provide a clear pathway along with the appropriate level of support suited to your experience level.

We will work with you to create an individual professional development plan with specific CPD which is appropriate to your career stage. All of this with the ultimate aim of providing the best education for our students, placing strong emphasis on good behaviour so that no student is left behind.

You will be joining a group of 13 successful schools serving approximately 7000 children from nursery through to 18 years of age as part of the Central Regions Schools Trust, founded by the RSA. The school is highly aspirational, boasting fantastic facilities for both students and staff.

Job Description

  • To safeguard and promote the welfare of young people.
  • To implement and deliver an appropriately broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum for students and to support a designated curriculum area as appropriate.
  • To monitor and support the overall progress and development of students as a teacher/Tutor.
  • To facilitate and encourage a learning experience which provides students with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential.
  • To contribute to raising standards of student attainment.
  • To share and support the school’s responsibility to provide and monitor opportunities for personal and academic growth.
  • To contribute to the delivery of the key outcomes of Every Child Matters.

Main Teaching:

  • To teach students according to their educational needs, including the setting and marking of work to be carried out by the student in school and elsewhere.
  • To ensure the additional educational needs of all students are catered for.
  • To assess, record and report on the attendance, progress, development and attainment of students and to keep such records as are required.
  • To provide, or contribute to, oral and written assessments, reports and references relating to individual students and groups of students.
  • To ensure that ICT, Literacy, Numeracy and school subject specialism(s) are reflected in the teaching/learning experience of students.
  • To undertake a designated programme of teaching.
  • To ensure a high quality learning experience for students that meets internal and external quality standards.
  • To prepare and update subject materials.
  • To use a variety of delivery methods, which will stimulate learning appropriate to student needs and demands of the syllabus.
  • To maintain discipline in accordance with the school’s procedures, and to encourage good practice with regard to punctuality, behaviour, standards of work and homework.
  • To undertake assessment of students as requested by external examination bodies, departmental and school procedures.
  • To mark, grade and give written/verbal and diagnostic feedback as required.

Student Support System (Pastoral):

  • To be a Tutor to an assigned group of students.
  • To promote the general progress and well-being of individual students and of the Tutor Group as a whole.
  • To liaise with the Student Support Team to ensure the implementation of Student Support systems.
  • To register students, remain with students in assemblies, encourage their full attendance at all lessons and their participation in other aspects of school life.
  • To contribute to and deliver the school’s tutorial programme.
  • To evaluate and monitor the progress of students and keep up-to-date student records as may be required.
  • To contribute to the preparation of Action Plans and progress files and other reports.
  • To alert the appropriate staff to problems experienced by students and to make recommendations as to how these may be resolved.
  • To communicate as appropriate, with the parents of students and with persons or bodies outside the school concerned with the welfare of individual students, after consultation with the appropriate staff.
  • To contribute to PSHCE, enterprise education and SMSC according to school policy.
  • To apply the Behaviour Management Systems so that effective learning can take place.

Operation/Strategic Planning:

  • To assist in the development of appropriate syllabuses, resources, schemes of work, marking policies and teaching strategies in the Curriculum Area and Department.
  • To contribute to the Curriculum Area and department’s development plan and its implementation.
  • To plan and prepare courses and lessons.
  • To contribute to the whole school’s planning activities.

Curriculum Provision:

  • To assist the Curriculum Lead and SLT link, to ensure that the curriculum area provides a range of teaching which complements the school’s strategic objectives.

Curriculum Development:

  • To assist in the process of curriculum development and change to ensure the continued relevance to the needs of students, examining and awarding bodies and the school’s Mission and Strategic Objectives.

Staff Recruitment, Deployment and CPD:

  • To take part in the school’s staff development programme by participating in arrangements for further training and professional development.
  • To continue personal development in the relevant areas including subject knowledge and teaching methods.
  • To engage actively in the Performance Management Review process.
  • To ensure the effective/efficient deployment of classroom support.
  • To work as a member of a designated team and to contribute positively to effective working relations within the school.

Quality Assurance:

  • To help to implement school quality procedures and to adhere to those.
  • To contribute to the process of monitoring and evaluation of the curriculum area/department in line with agreed school procedures, including evaluation against quality standards and performance criteria.
  • To seek/implement modification and improvement where required.
  • To review from time to time methods of teaching and programmes of work.
  • To take part, as may be required, in the review, development and management of activities relating to the curriculum, organisation and pastoral functions of the school.

Communications:

  • To communicate effectively with the parents of students as appropriate.
  • Where appropriate, to communicate and co-operate with persons or bodies outside of the school.
  • To follow agreed policies for communications in the school.

Marketing and Liaison:

  • To take part in marketing and liaison activities such as Progress Review days, open days and liaison events with partner schools.
  • To contribute to the development of effective subject links with external agencies.

Management of Resources:

  • To contribute to the process of the ordering and allocation of equipment and materials.
  • To assist the Curriculum Lead to identify resource needs and to contribute to the efficient/effective use of physical resources.
  • To co-operate with other staff to ensure a sharing and effective usage of resources to the benefit of the school, department and the students.

Other Specific Duties:

  • To undertake any other duty as specified by School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) not mentioned in the above.
  • Employees will be expected to comply with any reasonable request from a manager to undertake work of a similar level that is not specified in this job description.
  • Employees are expected to be courteous to colleagues and provide a welcoming environment to visitors and telephone callers.
  • The Trust will endeavour to make any necessary reasonable adjustments to the job and the working environment to enable access to employment opportunities for disabled job applicants or continued employment of any employee who develops a disabling condition.

Next steps

If you are excited by this role and believe you have the vision and values to fulfil this challenge, then please contact the HR department on GOSHR@gospeloakschool.co.uk or by calling us on 0121 556 1351.

A visit to the School and an informal chat with a member of the Senior Leadership Team is welcomed and encouraged prior to making your application.

Closing date: Thursday 20th June 2024 @ 10am

Want to know more about Gospel Oak School?

Please visit our website www.gospeloakschool.co.uk, the Central Region Schools Trust website www.centralregionschoolstrust.co.uk and don’t forget to take a look at our promotional video.

The Central Region Schools Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All our posts are subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure, 2 work references and other employment checks.

Commitment to safeguarding

Central Region Schools Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All our posts are subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure, 2 work references and other employment checks.

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About Gospel Oak School

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
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School size
1223 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18

Gospel Oak School, formerly the RSA Academy serves the borough of Sandwell, but due to its geographical position students join us from Wolverhampton and Walsall. In 2017 the school joined the Central RSA Academies Trust and has been working closely and collaboratively across the trust to offer greater opportunities for all. Over the last 5 years the trust has grown in size and strength, from September 2021 the trust is now an academy approved sponsor in its own right and the RSA will no longer sponsor the trust, although we will continue to work closely with the RSA. This changing relationship has provided the trust and the school to rebrand ourselves, the trust will now be known as Central Region Schools Trust and the school; Gospel Oak School.

The rebrand for the school has allowed us to reflect on the true heritage of the local community. The school is based in Gospel Oak and as a community we are very proud of our Black Country heritage, it is for this reason our new branding reflects the colours of the Black Country along with symbolic representation of the area, with the narrowboat which reflects the locality of the Gospel Oak canal basin, the oak tree for when the parish was so large the parishioners prayed under it once a month and the Black Country links to industry within the area.

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