Key Stage 1 Teacher
Key Stage 1 Teacher
Grade: Main Pay Scale
All Saints Inter-Church Academy
Line Manager: Headteacher
Accountable for: Support staff working with the class/parameters of the post
Main purpose of the Job
You are required to carry out the duties of a school as set out in part X11 of the conditions of employment of teachers in the School Teachers Pay and Conditions Document.
The post requires you to teach pupils and carry out professional duties of a teacher under the reasonable direction of the Cambridgeshire LA and of the Headteacher of All Saints Inter-Church Academy.
Main responsibilities and tasks
1. To take responsibility for the welfare and safety of all the children in the school’s care and specifically those in your own class. To have the highest expectation of every child, believing that every learner has unlimited potential for success.
2. To act as a model of professional conduct and presentation, demonstrating high standards of expertise and commitment.
3. To set high expectations for learning and behaviour which will result in high achievement and attainment.
4. To ensure that all children have a safe caring environment both in school and on out of school activities (trips and visits).
5. To foster good relationships with all members of the school community and the wider community including and especially parents/carers.
6. To plan and deliver the curriculum within the framework of present school policies and those of any National Strategies, using school short and long term planning structures.
7. To plan and deliver the curriculum to meet the needs of the children within the class or designated group.
8. Promote inclusion by identifying, selecting, and modifying resources to meet the needs of the children of both genders with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
9. To monitor children’s progress and evaluate achievements, keeping detailed records and data on progress in line with school, LA and national expectations. Use records and data to plan effectively for the needs of all children.
10. To set and monitor targets as required and in line with school policy.
11. To participate in meetings with other staff to review curricular, pastoral, organisational and administrative matters affecting the school.
12. To supervise and support the work of Teaching Assistants.
13. To supervise and support the work of volunteers and students as required.
14. To be committed to professional development and take part in the school’s system of performance management.
15. To contribute to the professional development of others as required.
16. To supervise children outside the classroom as required by the headteacher and within the conditions of employment.
17. To create a positive Learning Environment within the classroom which will develop all aspects of children’s learning.
In particular to encourage children’s independent use of resources and involvement in their learning.
18. To provide a purposeful, safe and tidy working environment that celebrates achievement and success.
19. To set children high standards in the content and presentation of work by producing high quality displays.
20. To make records and reports on the personal and social needs of the pupils for the purposes of consultation and communicating with parents/carers and other stakeholders.
21. Mark work according to the school’s Marking Policy.
22. To establish and maintain good relationships with colleagues, working as part of the team in all aspect of school development.
23. To implement equal opportunities in all aspects of school life.
24. To promote and maintain a calm, co-operative and purposeful ethos by reflecting the Christian ethos of the school. Manage behaviour issues consistently and in line with school policy.
25. Work in partnership with parents/carers, governors and other agencies to provide a quality education experience for all the children.
26. To have due regard for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and to follow the child protection procedures adopted by the Cambridgeshire LA and the school’s safeguarding policy.
27. To perform in accordance with any directions which may reasonably be given by the headteacher, such particular duties as may be assigned.
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Closing date for all applications is Friday 26th April 2019
All Saints is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and require all staff; governors and volunteers to share this commitment. We follow Safer Recruitment Practices which include, but are not limited to, applying for an enhanced DBS check, right to work in the UK and qualifications check, satisfactory references and medical clearance for all newly appointed staff.
The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and two appropriate references.