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Teacher of English
Date 2017-04-06 19:04:15 Location : Europe
Required for September 2017 or earlier
MPS plus Inner London Weighting
Under the leadership of the Deputy Curriculum Director English, to provide support for raising standards and attainment in English and for the quality of learning and teaching and student progress in English in years 7-13.
Inspire, motivate and influence staff and students, developing and maintaining the highest standards of teaching and learning in English at The Crest Academy.
Contribute to developing and implementing the aims and objectives for The Academy.
Contribute to developing, implementing and monitoring policy and practice.
Provide a good role model for all members of staff and for students in all aspects of academy life; being an exemplar of all Academy policies and practices and in particular model outstanding teaching in English.
Actively promote the aims of the Academy.
Offer guidance and support to colleagues.
Contribute to raising standards of attainment in English by improving teaching, learning and assessment practice.
Contribute to planning the teaching and learning of English in Key Stages and ensure that all schemes of learning are appropriate for students, produced in line with Academy policy, kept up to date and adhered to by staff.
Monitor the performance and progress of students in relation to English and take appropriate action and intervention to ensure progress for individuals and groups of students.
Report regularly on standards and progress in English in line with Academy policy analysing progress and identifying under-performance among students
Be accountable for standards achieved in English and be accountable for standards achieved by students.
Ensure that Academy requirements are met for the assessment, recording and reporting of learner progress, using a range of internal and external data as appropriate.
Ensure that arrangements for cover supervision are supported by high quality appropriate resources and materials.
Uphold and implement all Academy policies in the discharge of the duties of the post and in particular promote inclusive practice ensuring that all students have equality of opportunity.
Contribute to Academy self-evaluation and to continuing professional development as required.
Implement development and improvement plans in line with Academy policies and priorities, based on assessment of current position, expected progress, ongoing analysis of strengths, areas and targets for improvement and using outcomes of self-evaluation, inspection and other monitoring/evaluation.
Take responsibility for overall behaviour management within individual English lessons to ensure a safe, secure and structured learning environment.
Participate in Academy leadership and management processes and performance management as directed.
Develop own confidence and ability to explore research based new approaches to pedagogy.
Appropriately manage resources.
Support the development of continuity and progression in language and literacy for all learners.
Maintain a high profile at transition points in the school day and undertake lunch and other supervision duties.
Attend and participate in regular meetings specified within the academy meeting cycle.
Lead, manage and support school functions as appropriate.
All staff at the Academy will work with learners in a Form Tutor role.
All teaching staff are expected to maintain the relevant standards as set out in the ‘Professional Standards for Teachers’
All post holders are accountable through the Academy Performance Management Policy.
The Governors and Principal are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and ensuring that safer recruitment procedures are effectively in place.
Note: This job description is not prescriptive and may be changed, in consultation with the post holder, to meet the changing needs of the Academy. This job description does not form part of any Contract of Employment. It describes the duties which the post-holder is required and expected to perform. This is a whole academy role.
The Crest Academy is committed to promoting equality, challenging discrimination and developing community cohesion. We welcome applications from all sections of the community. We are committed to the protection of children and vulnerable adults.
This appointment is subject to a clear DBS check to an enhanced level.
Closing date: 19 April 2017
Please download the application form from our website at The Crest Academy via the button below.