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Samuel Ward Academy - 19 days remaining
Closing Date 09/03/2020 23:59:00
Haverhill, Suffolk, England, CB9 0LD
24373 - 40490 GBP per year full time
NOR: 1250
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We would be delighted to welcome your application to our great school. We value subject knowledge, ability to communicate with students and high expectations. We work hard to lower workload whilst simultaneously increasing impact. You will teach how you want to teach, all we ask is that you have chosen your methods deliberately and seek to become an expert at them.

General Teaching Responsibilities
1. Engage in identifying and implementing the priorities of the School Improvement Plan, participating fully in school self-evaluation;
2. Comply with and uphold the policies of the school;
3. Fully understand and comply with the school's policy on safeguarding. Remain alert to pupils' pastoral needs and provide support, in conjunction with school's SENCo and Learning Support Assistants (LSAs);
4. Proactively uphold the school's behaviour policy establishing class rules and setting out clear and fair sanctions in accordance with the school's systems; high standards of behaviour should be expected at all times;
5. Work as part of the school's teaching team and actively behave as a team member to support colleagues;
6. Oversee and work closely with LSAs, setting out tasks appropriate to the assistant's role and ability; supervise the work of support staff, students and voluntary helpers as required;
7. Ensure that the learning spaces provide a welcoming and stimulating environment to pupils and adults. Classrooms will be vibrant, well organised and serviceable. Work should be attractively displayed and be clearly and appropriately labelled;
8. Make effective use of PPA time to raise standards;
9. Lead assemblies as required;
10. Play an active role in the full life of the school.

Specific Responsibilities
Class / Subject Teacher:
1. Teach the designated class / subject group(s), implementing agreed planning, assessment and target setting; work with others to provide Curriculum Enrichment for students.
2. Plan students' work to provide an inclusive and personalised curriculum which meets the needs of the children, including those with Special Needs and those who are Able, Gifted and Talented;
3. Carry out regular assessment, recording, monitoring and record keeping according to school policies, maintain appropriate records which monitor the progress of the students; mark students' work regularly in accordance with the school's marking policy;
4. Develop home-school links with parents/guardians of students in the class / subject group(s);
5. Complete termly and half-termly assessment records for the class / subject group(s), using the school's systems, including preparation of Student Progress Reports for presentation to the Principal, Senior Leadership Team and Governing Body, as appropriate;
6. Complete student reports for presentation to parents / guardians (academic report and the achievement, effort and social report); meet students' parents at parent evenings, 3 times per year;
7. Manage and monitor the work of other adults in the classroom (including volunteers);
8. Liaise closely with the SENCo regarding the learning needs of students;
9. Liaise closely with the Designated Teacher for Safeguarding regarding students' welfare needs.

Senior Teacher (Upper Pay Range)
1. Act as a role model for teaching and learning,
2. Make a distinctive contribution to the raising of student standards across the school and the wider Trust;
3. Support the Principal and Senior Leadership and make a positive impact on the work of the wider team.


More Information: https://teaching-vacancies.service.gov.uk/jobs/english-teacher-samuel-ward-academy-haverhill-suffolk