Teacher of Film and Media | Croydon | Part Time (0.6) | Permanent
Job Title: Teacher of Film and Media Production - (0.6)
Reporting to: Director of Film and Media Production (FMP)
Staffing Responsibilities: None
Your new company
Centrally located in the London Borough of Croydon this is a contemporary, well-equipped school with excellent facilities and large surroundings. There is a negligible amount of behavioural issues as students are very keen to learn and excel. The school has a dynamic and highly experienced SLT with clear plans to advance beyond their recent Ofsted inspection where they were awarded 'good' with 'outstanding' leadership and management.
Your new role:
* To plan, prepare and deliver lessons in FMP including KS4 and KS5 levels that include both vocational and academic courses, according to the departments' schemes of work.
* To monitor, assess and record work according to departmental criteria.
* To report to students and parents, through documentation and by attendance at consultation and open evenings.
* To maintain an up to date awareness of the subject area, educational/industry advances, and personal and professional development.
* To attend school and departmental meetings and INSET.
* To support and promote the school and department code of practice regarding discipline, professional conduct and equality of opportunity.
* To exercise a commitment to the school's mission statement and stated ethos including the equal opportunities policy, health and safety policy and all other current school policies
* To undertake any other duties or delegated one-off tasks at the reasonable request of the Principal/SLT/Line Manager.
What you need to succeed:
* PGCE/ QTS in education (or equivalent) and experience teaching secondary students
* Experience teaching Film and Media up to Key Stage 5.
* Previous experience working in a secondary school environment
* Good Classroom Management and Behavioural Skills
* Ability to work as a team and efficiently settle in the Science department
Your new role
The school's achievements have been a result of the hard work and exceptional teaching ability of its staff. Subsequently, the school heavily invests in their teachers as they only want extremely driven and hardworking who is able to motivate low ability students and challenge the more abled pupils to ensure they maximise their potential by using a range of different learning resources and equipment, including podcasts and interactive whiteboards to prepare pupils for qualifications and external examinations. You will be expected to participate in and organise extracurricular activities, such as outings, social activities and sporting events as well as liaise with other professionals, such as learning mentors, careers advisers, educational psychologists and education welfare officers
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