Transition Teacher, Primary to Secondary
• To uphold and support the distinctive Jesuit, Catholic ethos of the College.
• To work with Year 7 team and feeder primaries to support successful transition.
• To work with Year 7 and Year 8 teachers to support with transition from KS2.
• To plan and prepare lessons and teaching materials appropriate to the needs of pupils.
• To contribute to the preparation, evaluation and monitoring of schemes of work as directed.
• To teach and mark the work of subject classes across agreed key stages.
• To ensure the needs of individual pupils are met through clear structures for lessons and sequences of lessons, to accommodate the range of learning styles and abilities of the pupil.
• To maintain good order and discipline amongst pupils in line with the College Behaviour Policy, including duties and supervision outside the classroom.
• To participate in CPD, share learning with colleagues and incorporate strategies in your teaching.
• To contribute to the development, evaluation and maintenance of agreed working practices and curriculum development within the subject.
• To keep abreast of changes in your subject area and to contribute ideas as to how these changes might be implemented.
• To aid in the development of appropriate internal assessment materials.
• To assess accurately and record and report on assessments undertaken by pupils and to provide assessment data and formal reports at the appropriate times.
• To make effective use of data to assess pupils against target information and inform future planning to consolidate and extend learning.
• To plan for the inclusion of all students with additional needs in lessons through an understanding of those needs and adaption of planning and resources to meet the needs.
• To be a tutor, providing pastoral support, guidance and advice to students, keeping appropriate records and reporting on the personal and social needs and progress of the pupils in that class.
Essential educational requirements
• Holds a DfE recognised teaching qualification
• Good honours degree
Essential skills and experience
his role would be suited to a skilled primary school teacher looking to further their career by making the move into secondary education. The successful candidate will have excellent teaching skills and will work predominantly with Year 7 and Year 8 students and be able to teach most subjects at KS3. The successful candidate will have the ability to provide a supportive transition programme with a focus on English/Literacy and Maths/Numeracy, will have a passion for teaching, and be hard-working, flexible, innovative and will enjoy working collaboratively to secure the best possible outcomes for students.
• Leadership Programmes
• Progression Opportunities
• Teacher Training Programmes
• Comprehensive CPD programme
• NQT Induction Programme with weekly support sessions
• Teaching and Learning briefings
• Professional Thursdays
Swimming pool for staff use
• Free car parking
• 100 % interest free season ticket loan
• Tax free bikes for work
• Teacher’s Pension Scheme
About St Ignatius College
St Ignatius College is: • A well-respected, oversubscribed Jesuit Community committed to the spiritual, personal and academic development of each individual: the formation of the whole person • A warm friendly community where all are respected and valued • A school where teachers are developed ‘’through a strong programme of ongoing individualised support’ and where leaders are ‘’without compromise in their continuing programme of improvement’’ • A school where students are courteous, respectful and keen to succeed • Teacher testimonial: “I feel that I have really grown professionally at St Ignatius College. Teachers are encouraged to take risks with their practice and the CPD is second to none. It is an incredibly supportive environment.”
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