Primary Teacher

Recruiter
A+ Teachers
Location
Luton
Salary
£40 - £40000 per annum
Posted
05 Aug 2017
Expires
16 Aug 2017
Do you inspire children and encourage independent and confident learning? Are you energetic and committed to being part of a team? Then a primary class of passionate, friendly children who have a love of learning need you A Teachers are currently recruiting for KS1 & KS2 teachers at a Primary School in Luton, conveniently situated close to the M1 junction and main line train station. Our client are looking for a Teacher to start this term and Next, if you are looking to join a school where the children will be well educated and where there is a caring and happy atmosphere with staff dedicated to the children in their care. The ideal candidate will be able to uphold the school's Mission Statement in all areas of school life, to enable us to 'work together' so that every aspect of a child's development will be complemented by all we do. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES: The teacher will undertake all duties required of a qualified teacher identified in the School Teachers' Pay and Conditions Document and will undertake class teaching in a designated year group/curriculum area. Deliver high quality teaching to a class of around 30 pupils, ensuring all lessons and activities are properly planned and in accordance with the Catholic ethos of the school. Ensure teaching methods engage and motivate pupils in an effort to ensure all pupils achieve at least 'good' progress each year. Assist in whole school, year group and lesson planning which meets the needs of all pupils. Co-ordinate/ act as a subject specialist in a curriculum area including monitoring and assessment, policy assessment and teaching strategies, consulting with colleagues and feeding back to the Leadership Team. Monitor and assess pupil results and progress, ensuring appropriate records have been kept, and use performance data to inform individual pupil, class and year group targets, lesson planning and the preparation of differentiated work, which meets the needs and potential of all pupils Support the school's pastoral system, within the year group, class and with individual pupils. Contribute to the school's performance management process, coaching and mentoring colleagues and PGCE/ITT students, as required, monitoring some teaching in the curriculum area and the input of class support staff. Contribute to the effective deployment of support staff and resources (ICT and consumables) within the class. Play a full part in the life of the school community, supporting the ethos of the school, and encouraging staff, parents and pupils to do likewise. Comply with school policies and procedures in areas such as assessment, marking, behaviour management, communication with parents, teaching English as an additional language, cover, induction, planning, staff meetings, parental events. Ensure personal professional development, being up-to-date in national and local developments, participating in whole school and individualised INSET and sharing with others. If you think you would be ideal for this role, APPLY NOW This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/job/75073828