Teacher (Raising Standards Lead)

Tyndale Primary School, Yate, South Gloucestershire, BS37 5EX

Deadline is tomorrow

  • Expected start date

    As soon as possible

  • Application deadline

    20 May 2022 at 9:00am

  • Date listed

    6 May 2022

Job details

Key stages

Early years, KS1, KS2

Working pattern

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Teacher (Raising Standards Lead) job summary

Main Responsibilities of the Post

In addition to those professional responsibilities that are required of all classroom teachers (Teacher Standards), the post holder’s key responsibility will be to focus on raising the standards of teaching, learning, achievement and attainment for pupils.
The post holder will be accountable to the Headteacher.
Professional Responsibilities
The post holder will be required to model excellence in their professional skills and judgement to carry out, in a collaborative manner, the professional duties set out below;
● Teach across all year groups to build capacity for colleagues’ professional development and school improvement
● Model teaching which accelerates pupils’ progress
● Embed aspirational expectations of all pupils irrespective of background, SEND and low prior attainment
● Collaborate with SLT to support organisation of robust support and interventions
● Drive the agenda of raising achievement of key marginal pupils in core subjects
● Support children to over-achieve through ambitious target setting
● Lead a Core Subject curriculum development, implementation and outcomes
● Closely collaborate with the teaching team to embed the school’s quality first teaching principles
● Contribute to CPD facilitating professional dialogue focussing on the progress of pupils
● Support monitoring the effectiveness of teaching and learning interventions
● Celebrate successes with children, staff and parents
● Plan and deliver parent workshops and training sessions, including Y6 Standards and SATs meetings
● Attend training and conferences as appropriate, feeding back ideas to colleagues
● Take responsibility for specific areas from the School Development Plan as required
● Providing an effective role model in terms of own classroom practice
● Ensuring effective implementation of school improvement priorities
● Contribute to high quality coaching and mentoring and access to appropriate training and other CPD

Applying for the job

We are a proud member of the Greenshaw Learning Trust, a ‘family’ of like-minded schools, that
collaborate to provide mutual support, share their good practice and learn from each other, whilst
retaining and developing their own distinctive character. The Greenshaw Learning Trust website
www.greenshawlearningtrust.co.uk provides a clear picture of our aspirations and our vision; however,
please do not hesitate to contact us to seek further information. The Tyndale Primary School website
www.tyndaleprimaryschool.com will also provide further information on the school.

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About Tyndale Primary School

School type
Academy, ages 4 to 11
Education phase
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School size
164 pupils enrolled
Age range
4 to 11
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Greenshaw Learning Trust – About us

The Greenshaw Learning Trust (GLT) provides an effective structure for schools to achieve real benefits from school-to-school collaboration, and a culture of trust and openness that promotes honest and transparent dialogue and mutual support.
At the heart of the Trust is proven school improvement advice and guidance – with regular meetings with school leaders, input from specialist primary and secondary experts and staff training and development in all our schools.
All schools in the Trust receive expert advice and fast-response support on budget planning and monitoring, payroll, human resources, employment and legal advice, purchasing, capital projects, admissions, policy development and audit. Our catering team provides advice and guidance on meeting the statutory responsibilities for food standards, healthy eating and safety, and helps our schools achieve higher take-up of meals and significant cost savings through quality improvement and the central procurement of food supplies.
Each school’s local governing body receives support and advice to ensure that they can contribute effectively to the governance and leadership of their school, including tailored guidance to chairs and clerks and governor training.

The Greenshaw Learning Trust is committed to meeting the needs of every student – our schools offer a wide range of special needs provision and across the Trust we have extensive expertise in behaviour, attendance, family liaison and therapies to support our students and their teachers.

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