Teacher of ICT and Computing
This teaching position is to teach ICT and Computer Science across KS3 – KS4 students within a secondary academy environment.
There is a TLR (2A-2B) attached to this role of £2,796-£4,656 per year (depending on candidate). You will be responsible for leading E-Safety, STEM, Digital Assessment (upon negotiation) for the whole academy.
Interview Date: 23 October 2019
Duties and Responsibilities:
•To plan and 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 use a variety of delivery methods, which will stimulate learning that is appropriate to student needs and demands of the syllabus.
•Work effectively with other departmental teachers.
•Develop students’ study skills and enthusiasm and helping them to exceed expectations and targets.
•Report on students’ progress to parents and other appropriate parties in line with Academy guidelines.
•Set and reinforce high expectations for students’ achievement, behaviour and attitude and promoting high aspirations, self-control and independence.
•Work collaboratively with teaching assistants and other adults to enhance students’ learning.
•Work with colleagues to develop links with other Academies, educational establishments and the wider community including business and industry, in order to enhance teaching and learning and students’ personal development.
•To work with the Principal, Academy Councillors, staff and others to ensure that the vision, aims and objectives of the Academy are realised by means that are appropriate, effective, efficient and consistent with the Academy’s ethos and national and local regulations.
Essential educational requirements
Essential skills and experience
•Committed to preparing and delivering high-quality learning sessions, using a range of teaching and learning strategies
•Committed to enabling all students to achieve high standards
•Ability to use assessment and progress data to drive provision
•Effective communication and interpersonal skills with both adults and children.
•Able to work as a member of a high performing team
•Secondary School teaching across Key Stage 3 and 4 and the full ability range
•Experience of working with children and young people.
•Able to provide examples of the positive impact of your teaching on children’s learning in your application.
•Evidence of your commitment to continuous high quality professional development.
•Knowledge of recent developments in learning and teaching
•A good understanding of effective ways to facilitate learning and drive student progress
As part of the Cabot Learning Federation, we can offer you a range of benefits, including:
•Access to our pension scheme – Teacher Pension Scheme / Local Government pension Scheme (if eligible)
•Dedicated Training and Development programme
•Childcare discount and vouchers
•Health and wellness sessions and discounts
About Bristol Metropolitan Academy
- Snowdon Road, Bristol, Bristol, BS16 2HD
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