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  • Start date details

    September 2024

  • Closing date

    26 February 2024 at 10am

  • Date listed

    7 February 2024

Job details

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Subjects

Physical Education (PE), View all Sciencejobs

Working pattern

Contract type

Permanent

Full-time equivalent salary

£34,514.00 - £46,001.00 Annually (Actual) Mainscale Outer London

Teacher of Girls PE and KS3 Science job summary

The successful applicant will join a Science team that ensures high quality first teaching and targeted student intervention programmes which lead to excellent student progress. The faculty is a strength of the school and there is real expertise and passion within the area. The faculty work well as a team and can offer a supportive and happy environment that both staff and students enjoy.

If you are looking to advance your career in a small, friendly supportive school and are committed to providing the very best experience for our students we would love to meet you. Sanders Draper is proudly part of the Success for All Educational Trust along with The Redden Court School, The Royal Liberty School and Rise Park Primaries. As an employee, you will be covered by our excellent well-being support and medical cover programme through the School Advisory Service (SAS). Sanders Draper is a small comprehensive, 11-16 school, located in Hornchurch and rich in history. We pride ourselves on our strong sense of community, the family feel of our school and are driven by our values of Resilience, Achievement and Family

As a PE and Science teacher you will

  • Be accountability for the standards attained by all students within your lessons

  • Set high standards of expectations within your classroom

  • Plan and apply strategies/interventions for rapid progress

  • Ensure the delivery of effective teaching and learning that maximises individual progress

  • Deliver extra curricular clubs and take school teams in PE

    Key Accountabilities

    • The preparation of lessons in accordance with the school’s agreed policies and procedures.

    • Planning of lessons and teaching resources that enable students to learn and make progress.

    • The Assessment of students learning recognising its place in developing students learning.

    • Using assessment to inform teaching and learning. Following the school policies on assessment and marking.

    • Setting and marking of homework, extended learning tasks and class work. Working in accordance with the homework policy.

    • The provision of an effective learning environment through proper use of resources and effective management of student behaviour.

    • Being a reflective practitioner, keeping up to date, through reading and INSET, with educational thinking.

    • Contributing to the development of a subject area through attending meetings and being involved in Faculty review and planning.

    • Being a positive role model for students, encouraging them to behave in accordance with the school code of conduct. Using the Behaviour Management Policy and Working Together Code of Conduct.

    • Developing positive relationships with parents through the formal reporting system, parents’ evenings and when in communication with parents.

    • Promoting positive attitudes in students when undertaking the role of form tutor, using the tutor period effectively.

    • Ensuring that school equipment is used safely and take measures to ensure the security of equipment after use.

    • To take an active role in School Performance Management system to review own progress and set targets for future development.

    • To undertake the responsibilities of a form tutor.

    Other Professional Responsibilities

    • To take appropriate action to identify and minimise any risks to health, safety and security in the immediate working environment.

    • To work in accordance with the values of the school particularly with regard to promoting positive attitudes towards tolerance and respect for other people.

    • To work in accordance with school policies and procedures as identified in the staff handbook and school policy folder.

  • The Success for all Educational Trust has over 450 staff working across five schools. We truly believe that our staff are amazing and that without them we would not be able to deliver the provision we do. As a result we offer staff a range of opportunities and benefits including

  • Access to a range of CPD and personal development opportunities

  • Local Government pension Scheme

  • Paid annual leave entitlement

  • Sick pay

  • Generous family leave of absence provisions when required.

  • Rent deposit advance/loan if required

  • Access to our Staff support scheme The Schools Advisory Service which includes physiotherapy, mindfulness, GP phone and video consultations, private medical operations, menopause support, weight management and counselling

  • HES rewards - Deals and discounts from a range of shops, financial planning tools, wellbeing centre

  • Regular Trust wellbeing arrangements

  • Cycle to work scheme

  • Free car parking at all of our sites.

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About Sanders Draper

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 16
Education phase
View all Secondaryjobs
School size
664 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 16

Sanders is part of the Success for All Educational Trust along with Redden Court School and The Royal Liberty School for boys.

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