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The Brakenhale School - -5 days remaining
Closing Date 27/03/2020 23:59:00
Rectory Lane, , Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 7BA
25543 - 41635 GBP per year full time
NOR: 1094
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Knowledge
• Demonstrate subject competence and to keep up-to-date their knowledge of the National Curriculum for 11-16 year olds in relation to their subject; and where relevant to the post, other examination courses at KS4 and Post 16.
• To attend continuous professional development activities when required to update their knowledge of the National Curriculum, syllabus changes and national initiatives which impinge directly on teaching, pastoral or other responsibilities.
• For Newly Qualified Teachers, to attend INSET and other professional development activities required in an agreed action plan so as to meet the national standards for the Induction Year.
• To keep informed about the key priorities identified in the School Development Plan, associated department development plans and their responsibilities agreed upon within it.

Planning, Teaching and Classroom Management
• To teach across a range of abilities and ages commensurate with their experience and skills and as agreed in consultation with the Headteacher and Head of Department.
• To plan lessons in accordance with the agreed departmental scheme of work and in line with the departmental teaching and learning policy.
• To plan lessons carefully with specific learning objectives and with special regard to prior attainment data, gender and race, fluency in English, SEN (including IEPs).
• Use a variety of teaching approaches which identify, build upon and develop pupil learning styles, and the ability to learn independently.
• To set clear targets for pupil improvement and monitor progress towards these.
• To effectively plan lessons and individual support for statemented pupils, including monitoring progress on IEPs.
• To set appropriate homework in line with school and departmental policies.
• Establish and maintain good standards of pupil behaviour in the classroom by implementing consistently and fairly the School Behaviour Policy.
Monitoring, Assessment, Recording and Reporting
• To assess how well learning objectives have been achieved and use this assessment to improve aspects of teaching.
• To develop the expertise to be able to recognise the level at which a pupil is achieving, and make accurate and valid assessments using school and departmental policies and procedures.
• To mark work on a regular basis in line with school and departmental policies and guidelines.
• To make careful records of attendance and pupil progress following carefully the departmental guidelines; mark books and pupil work should be available for scrutiny as required from time to time.
• To liaise effectively with pupils' parents/carers through informative oral and written reports on pupils' progress and achievements according to the school's assessment and reporting schedule.
• To discuss with parents/carers appropriate targets for their child, and encourage them to support their child's learning, behaviour and progress.

Other Professional Responsibilities
• To undertake the role of form tutor, if required to do so, and follow the guidance given by the Head of Year in relation to carrying out this role.
• To undertake supervisory duties before school, at break or after school as required.
• To attend department and other school meetings as required.
• To contribute to the work of the department.
• To support the school's behaviour policy and non-negotiables.
• To maintain appropriate standards of professional appearance and conduct.
• To raise issues of concern with their line manager or with the appropriate member of SLT.
• For staff who have reached the Threshold, to keep evidence of their ability to maintain the Professional Standards.
• Every teacher is involved in the school's system of Performance Appraisal. Each teacher should set objectives each year with their team leader.
• The post holder is responsible for ensuring that the school safeguarding/child protection policy is adhered to and concerns are raised in accordance with this policy.
• Other key tasks will evolve in line with the Academy's development.
• To carry out tasks as reasonably required by the Headteacher


More Information: https://teaching-vacancies.service.gov.uk/jobs/teacher-of-geography-the-brakenhale-school-bracknell-berkshire