Temporary Teacher of Food
DUTIES OF ALL TEACHING STAFF
1. Inspire students to achieve their very best.
2. Ensure all lessons are taught to a consistently high standard.
3. Ensure all students make excellent progress and achieve challenging targets.
4. Fully implement all Academy policies and procedures.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF ALL TEACHING STAFF
There are seven main areas of responsibility:
1. To create an exciting learning environment.
2. To include all students.
3. To create relationships based on mutual respect.
4. To be an effective part of the team.
5. To manage own professional development.
6. To teach throughout the school.
7. To set and maintain exemplary standards of professional conduct.
2. Curriculum and Planning
1. To work with others to plan highly effective lessons, Schemes of Work and Curriculum Maps.
2. To review own lessons and effectiveness of own planning.
3. To contribute to development of Curriculum, Homework and other projects.
4. To plan with TAs to meet the needs of individual students on code of practice.
3. Teaching and Learning
1. To fully implement all Academy policies and procedures.
2. To make effective use of resources, including ICT.
3. To take part in peer skill exchanges, observations, coaching and mentoring.
4. To ensure all students can engage and achieve in lessons.
5. To maintain the teacher standards as set out by the DfE.
4. Standards and Achievement
1. To ensure students make excellent progress.
2. To implement all actions following reviews of student progress.
1. To fully implement the Academy policy and procedures to a high standard.
2. To plan for assessment for learning in every lesson.
3. To ensure grading is accurate.
4. To support, develop and implement department assessment procedures.
6. Care, support and guidance
1. To lead a tutor group.
2. To develop positive can do attitudes within students, encouraging high aspirations and ensuring all students make exceptional progress.
3. To be aware of and implement when necessary, The Academy’s Child Protection procedures.
1. To work closely with all support colleagues.
2. To work collaboratively with the community to develop ideas, opportunities for students and best practice.
3. To form effective relationships with parents and other parties.
To carry out any other duties which may be reasonably required by the Principal.
All the above is subject to the terms and conditions laid out in the current Teachers Pay and Conditions document.
This job description is current at the date shown, but, in consultation with you, may be changed by the Principal to reflect or anticipate changes in the job commensurate with the salary or job title.
The employer for all positions with Shirebrook Academy is “Aston Community Education Trust.”
Essential educational requirements
Qualified Teacher status
Qualified Teacher status
Evidence of participation in professional development or study
Essential skills and experience
Successful teaching experience in a secondary school or evidence of successful completion of initial teacher training.
Knowledge of the National Curriculum requirements (KS3 + KS4) in the subject(s) area
Understands and is familiar with teaching and learning strategies.
Teaching to a high standard
Relates to and motivates students
Works well within and contributes to team development
Understands and values the processes of planning as an aid to raising standards
Good classroom management
Evidence of a commitment to an equal opportunities policy both in service delivery and employment
Understands the importance of ensuring the health & safety of students
About Shirebrook Academy
- Common Lane, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG20 8QF
- Shirebrook Academy website (opens in a new window)