Teacher of Biology Walsall Academy, Walsall, West Midlands

Job description

Good classroom practitioner with evidence of setting appropriate expectations to promote learning and to engage and motivate students

Ability to use strategies that improve understanding of Biology

Ability to encourage and maintain a good standard of discipline in the classroom through well focused teaching, positive relationships and good classroom management

Ability to use appropriately a range of teaching and learning strategies for whole classes, individuals and groups which stimulate, challenge, engage and motivate students

Ability to set clear and appropriate targets, feedback to students and make use of assessment information to promote each student’s attainment and progress, and to plan future lessons

Ability to reflect on one’s own practice

Ability to differentiate tasks appropriately

Essential educational requirements

Qualification to the equivalent of degree level in Biology or a related subject

Essential qualifications

QTS status

Qualification to the equivalent of degree level in Biology or a related subject

Essential skills and experience

Secure knowledge and understanding of the knowledge, concepts and skills in teaching Biology at KS3 and KS4

Able to give positive and targeted support to students with special educational needs

About Walsall Academy

Walsall Academy in Bloxwich, Walsall opened in September 2003. The student enrolment is around 1300 with approximately 320 students in the Sixth Form. The School is one of a number of City Academies established in England prior to the expansion of the Academies Programme in 2010 and was originally sponsored by The Mercers’ Company of the City of London and Thomas Telford School. We are now a founder school in the Thomas Telford Multi Academy Trust.

Lichfield Road, Walsall, West Midlands, WS3 3LX
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