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  • Application deadline

    21 January 2022 at 9:00am

  • Date listed

    7 January 2022

Job details

Job role
Teacher
Suitable for early career teachers
Subject
Mathematics
Working pattern
Full time
Contract type
Permanent
Salary
Competitive

Job summary

A. Professional and Personal Characteristics

•S - Scholarship - Post holder will have a committed and wholehearted belief that all young people, regardless of starting point, need or complexity can make outstanding progress and reach top grades at GCSE and achieve 3 good A-levels

•T - Transformation- Post holder will have an optimistic and positive belief that all young people can constantly change and transform into confident, ambitious, honest, happy, hard-working, respectful citizens. More widely, a desire to be part of a team that is leading community transformation. Post holder will be committed to challenging the status quo

•A - Aspiration - Post holder will instil in young people a belief in themselves about what is possible and will consistently act as an aspirational role model in all that they do.

•I - Inclusion - Post holder will fully include all children regardless of complexity, need or starting point. Post holder will be committed to including all aspects of a child’s social, emotional and cultural development. Post holder will never isolate, exclude or disconnect a student or group of students.

•R - Resilience - Post holder will be determined, hardworking and relentless in achieving the vision and instilling the values in our school.

•S - Social Responsibility- Post holder will be committed to instilling a sense of responsibility for helping our community and altruistically ‘giving back’ to our immediate, local, national and global communities.


B. Job Purpose

To teach consistently great lessons which bring about excellent outcomes for students
To meet all the Core, Excellent and Advanced Skills Professional Standards for Teachers
To pastorally lead a House Group as their House Coach and deliver daily sessions of literacy intervention.
To contribute to the OASB Enrichment Curriculum by teaching outside of your curriculum area (e.g. Sport, Music, Cookery,
Art, Film etc)

C. Responsibilities

Quality of Teaching and Learning

To ensure your teaching is of a consistently high quality and your outcomes are exemplary and in line with KPIs
To work in partnership with colleagues to ensure there is support in developing their knowledge, practice and skills
To regularly observe and develop colleagues and act as a beacon of best pedagogical practice
To ensure you are up to date with national and international curriculum developments
To be at the cutting edge of pedagogical research in order to influence and develop best practice here
To seek opportunities to collaborate with other academies, innovative and high achieving schools through Oasis Community Learning and other relevant networks to share and develop excellent pedagogies.

Student Achievement and Attainment

Set challenging targets for your students that build on the prior attainment of every student and ensure our KPIs are met.
Ensure your feedback in class and in books is in line with the OASB and Maths department feedback policies.
Set, track, evaluate and report on individual and class group student progress.
Keep systematic records to show students' understanding and completion of work and the identified strengths, areas for development and grades awarded.
Support and help colleagues to improve their effectiveness by developing their understanding and use of student data and strategies to address underachievement.
Ensure a consistent and continuous focus on student achievement using data to track and monitor the progress in every student’s learning.
Evaluate student progress through the use of appropriate assessments and records and regular analysis of the data.
Whole Academy Responsibility

To assist the Principals in fulfilling the academy’s vision and instilling the academy values in all that we do
To assist the Principals in the implementation of the Self Evaluation Form and Academy Development Plan
Any other responsibility as set out by the Principal

D. Safeguarding Children and Young People

Oasis is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young People. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including an enhanced DBS check.

OTHER: The above responsibilities are subject to the general duties and responsibilities contained in the Statement of Conditions of Employment. The duties of this post may vary from time to time without changing the general character of the post or level of responsibility entailed.

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School overview

School type
Free School, ages 11 to 19
Education phase
Secondary
School size
721 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 19
Contact phone number
02079214531

About Oasis Academy South Bank

Are you looking for a new challenge? Do you want to be part of an ‘Outstanding’ school? Do you want to be a part of an innovative team transforming the lives of children in the heart of London? Do you value developing the whole child as well as securing them brilliant GCSE results? If so, Oasis Academy South Bank is the place for you.

OASB opened in September 2013 and is a pioneering secondary school based in Waterloo. Ofsted graded us as Outstanding in all areas, in June 2015, calling us “A school where no child is left behind” (Ofsted, June 2015). Now in its sixth year, we have 600 students across Year 7 - Year 11. With a Sixth Form that opened in September 2018, there will be many opportunities to grow within the non-teaching team and regular professional development.
Our main goal, our vision, is to enable our students to secure their dream job. We value our students as individuals and implicit within this is a team of staff who care deeply about the citizens they become.

We have a clear and transparent behaviour management system that is consistently applied throughout the school, allowing staff to work without having to worry about low level disruption. The Ofsted inspection team who visited the Academy in 2015 noted that “behaviour and safety are outstanding. Students have a strong work ethic; their social responsibility and pride in the Oasis community are particular strengths”. Our weekly Shout-Out Assemblies encourage students to praise one another for the brilliant things they have done throughout the week and our half termly Celebration Assemblies allow us to recognise the students who consistently go above and beyond within their lessons and the wider school day with their families.

Our staff go above and beyond expectations to ensure that our students, parents and staff benefit from the highest standard of support from the non-teaching team.
This is an exciting opportunity to become part of an outstanding, high performing team who are passionately committed to securing the best possible life chances for the young people of Waterloo. This role will require huge amounts of resilience, perseverance for the long haul and a constant drive for innovative excellence. However, this is also a role that will be incredibly rewarding and will offer exciting progression for the future.

Arranging a visit to Oasis Academy South Bank


If you would like to know more about us, please see our website www.oasisacademysouthbank.org furthermore, if you would like to visit the Academy, have any questions about the application procedure or would like to discuss the post further then please contact Yetunde Alimi on 020 7921 4531 or yetunde.alimi@oasissouthbank.org - we would be really pleased to hear from you.

School location

75 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7HS

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