Overall: to build safe, positive teacher student relationships while establishing a learning environment which engages students in their learning.
- to promote and support the school's agreed values, policies and practices in line with the school expectations, mission and vision.
- to be a good role model for students including punctuality, dress, preparedness for class and the school’s values.
- be plan and deliver lessons in accordance with agreed schemes of work using a variety of approaches and resources thereby making lessons varied, interesting and enjoyable while meeting the needs of the curriculum
- to maintain a purposeful and ordered learning environment which is conducive to learning.
- to help students feel positive, encouraging a growth mindset so that children are encouraged to learn.
- to use appropriate fair assessments and provide feedback to help students identify areas for development and set targets for progres.
- to mark books and provide timely feedback according to agreed procedures and timeframes.
- to monitor student overall well being and pass on concerns to Safeguarding Officers or Heads of Year as appropriate.
- to respond to advice or guidance from the Learning Support Unit on individual or groups of students.
- to keep up to date records of progress and behaviour issues.
- to work as a member of the curriculum team willingly contributing and sharing ideas and resources.
- to participate fully in the School’s Professional Management System (PIMS) and target setting.
- to prioritise practices in line with characteristics of an effective ABC teacher and the School Guidelines for teachers.
- to be prepared to be a tutor and be involved in the Tutor and Life skills programme
- to carry out allocated supervision duties at break times.
- to participate in parents meetings and after school activities.
- to offer at extra curricular activities in line with school expectations.
- to work cooperatively with colleagues and to share experience and skills with other members of staff as and when appropriate.
- to teach up to a 75% allocation in a 60 period two week timetable.