Titchfield Primary School
Teacher - Full Time - KS2
07/05/2021 at 12:00
Job Start Date:
Permanent , Full-time
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Location of Role:
Titchfield Primary School
NQT/RQTs and MPR welcome to apply.
Are you an outstanding teacher who loves developing exciting learning opportunities? If so, we would like to hear from you!
Due to some staff changes, we have a fantastic opportunity for a teacher to join the Titchfield Primary School family. We would welcome applications from those starting in their career as an NQT or a RQT or an experienced teacher who would like a change of scenery. This post will be in KS2 but we expect our teachers to be primary practitioners.
We can offer you:
- A class of children who are enthusiastic learners
- A fantastic learning environment with fields and woodlands outside
- A supportive team of colleagues who are friendly and welcoming
- Opportunities to develop professionally
- A school that has been recognised as ‘continuing to be good’ by Ofsted
- Membership of a cluster of schools who network together
- Lots of cakes and biscuits in the staffroom!
- If you are an NQT, access to a stimulating induction programme and the support of a mentor
We are looking for someone who:
- Is excited by teaching in the primary phase and has experience of a primary school
- Values children and has an understanding of how they learn
- Has the ability to inspire and motivate children
- Has high expectations of children’s attainment and behaviour
- Has good organisational skills
- Wants to ‘STRIVE for Success’
Experienced teachers would be expected to take on a subject leader role for a foundation subject which can be discussed.
Core purpose of the post
To provide a high quality educational experience for all children.
General duties and responsibilities
To carry out the duties of a school teacher as set out in the School Teacher’s Pay and Conditions Document.
To continue to meet the teaching standards for Qualified Teacher Status.
Knowledge and understanding
- Have knowledge of and keep up-to-date with PSHE and Citizenship, the National Curriculum and the Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education.
- Understand how pupil’s learning is affected by their physical, intellectual, emotional and social development and understanding the stages of child development.
- Select and make good use of ICT skills for classroom and management support.
- Be familiar with the school’s current systems and structures as outlined in policy documents including the Health and Safety and Child Protection Policies.
- Understand and know how national and local comparative and school data including National Curriculum test data can be used to set clear targets for pupil’s achievement.
Planning, teaching and class management
- Plan and deliver the teaching programme for all pupils within the class in relation to PHSE and Citizenship, the National Curriculum and the Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education with regard for the school’s mission statement, own policies and schemes of work.
- Provide clear structures for lessons, which maintain pace, motivation and challenge.
- Make effective use of assessment information on pupil’s attainment and progress and in planning future lessons.
- Ensure effective teaching of whole classes, groups and individuals, establishing high expectations of behaviour and attainment, so that teaching objectives are met.
- Monitor and intervene when teaching to ensure sound learning and good behaviour and maintain a safe environment in which pupils feel confident.
- Use a variety of teaching and learning styles to keep all pupils engaged.
- Be familiar with the SEN Code of Practice and identification, assessment and support of pupils with special educational needs.
- Evaluate your own teaching critically to improve effectiveness.
Monitoring, assessment, recording, reporting and accountability
- Assess and record each pupil’s progress systematically with reference to the school’s current practice, including the social progress of each child and use the results to inform planning.
- Mark and monitor class work and homework, providing constructive feedback and setting targets for future progress.
- Provide reports on individual progress to the head teacher and parents as required.
Other professional requirements
- Establish and maintain effective working relationships with professional colleagues and parents.
- Participate as required in meetings with professional colleagues and parents in respect of the duties and responsibilities of the post.
- Be aware of the need to take responsibility for your own professional development.
- (fore experienced teachers) Undertake the role of subject leader in discussion with the head teacher
Normally we would love to show you around our school, but during these Covid times we can offer you a link to a virtual tour. Please contact Mrs Bonwick for more information.
The application form and further details are available on our website.
An observation of teaching will be part of the selection process.
Titchfield Primary School and Hampshire County Council
are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and
expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our
recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will
be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service checks along with other relevant employment