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EYFS/KS 1 Teacher

Thames British School - Piaseczno CampusPoland

Thames British School Warsaw is offering an exciting opportunity to exceptional teachers to join our school community and participate in our school’s development. The position described below is available from March 1st 2021.

We offer:

- Salary based on experience and qualifications. Approx. 108,000zł – 120,000zł (£22,100 – £24,600) after tax,

- Full time contract,

- Extensive health care package,

We require:

- Native-level English,

- Experience in working with the British Curriculum,

- Early Years Education studies.

Main responsibilities:

Organisational Culture

To keep documentation in accordance with school policy and Polish law.

To nurture a culture where teachers view themselves as facilitators of learning and reflective practitioners.

To work with Teaching and Learning Assistants to ensure the most effective use of their time.

To ensure disciplined behaviour from pupils, using school reward and sanction systems to enforce rules and procedures.

Teaching and Learning

To plan, prepare and deliver lessons to all pupils.

To target teaching to the educational needs, abilities and achievement potential of individuals and groups.

To adopt and work towards the implementation of the school development plan of the Thames British School Group and the Park Szczęśliwicki campus.

To provide one extra-curricular activity per week.

To maintain a tidy and orderly classroom.

To change displays every half term.

To participate in school assemblies and celebrations of learning activities.

To use relevant technology to support and differentiate instruction.

Assessment

To assess, record and report on the development, progress and attainment of the pupils.

To provide ongoing communication of the pupil’s progress and targets to the pupils.

To update parents on the progress of their child.

To provide oral and written formative and summative assessment.

Wellbeing and Support

To promote the well-being of children.

To provide guidance and support.

To provide pastoral care.

Professional Conduct and Communication

To communicate, consult and cooperate with other members of staff.

To participate in staff, group or other meetings related to the school.

To ensure the safe custody and optimum use of equipment, including instructing and monitoring pupils in this area.

To dress appropriately, according to the school dress code.

Professional Development

To review and evaluate on one’s own teaching and learning.

To inform the Head of School about professional development activities undertaken and courses attended.

To participate in CPD opportunities provided by the school.

To contribute to the professional development of newly-inducted teachers.

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