Second in Charge ScienceTeacher Needed!
Start Date:16th April for 1 Year Maternity cover
GSL Education are looking for a Second in Science starting on 16th April for 1 year covering a maternity post.
Main Purpose of the Job:
- To contribute to raising standards of student achievement in by teaching a timetable of lessons and supporting the subject leader in the achievement of whole school and department goals as stated in the Science department’s development plan
- To co-ordinate a key stage within the Science department and monitor pupil progress
- To work in accordance with the directions laid out in the School Teachers Pay and Conditions document
The right person will have experience:
1.1 Setting high expectations of all students based on relevant data
1.2 To teach using a variety of delivery methods which will stimulate learning, meeting the demands of the curriculum & the needs of the students
1.3 To assess, record & report on the attainment, attendance & progress of students keeping such records as are required
1.4 To provide or contribute to oral and written assessments, reports & references relating to individual or groups of students
1.5 To prepare & update subject materials, including schemes of work
1.6 To maintain discipline in accordance with the school’s procedures and encourage good practice with regard to punctuality, behaviour & standards of work
1.7 To assess students’ work in line with school policies & procedures referring to student performance targets
1.8 To support the Head of Science in carrying out performance management reviews under the direction of the Headteacher
1.9 To monitor, evaluate and report on overall standards of effective teaching and learning, including good classroom management practice and homework, through regular observation of teachers’ lessons and scrutiny of pupils’ work
1.10 To deputise for the Head of Science at internal and external meetings when necessary
1.11 To develop links with the main feeder primary schools
1.12 To ensure science teachers working closely with the Head of English as an Additional Language and the Learning Support Manager (SENCO) so students with specific learning needs are not disadvantaged
"Teachers know their students and their abilities very well because their progress is tracked and monitored regularly. They use this information to plan work which challenges students and is matched closely to their earlier achievements, so that all groups of students make rapid progress. Students who speak English as an additional language make particularly strong progress in English and their other subjects."
If you are interested in this role please email me your most recent CV.
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