The School is looking to appoint a Teacher of English with experience or an interest in supporting pupils with SpLD (dyslexia) with effect from September 2021.
DETAILS OF THE ROLE
• To inspire pupils in the learning of English from Year 4 through to Year 8 and prepare them for Common Entrance exams
• To plan, organise and teach English to pupils with specific learning difficulties either in the classroom, in small groups or individually
• To provide supplementary teaching to pupils who require additional help
• To encourage pupils to develop self-confidence and independence, and to reach their potential
• To support the Head of Department in planning and implementing effective teaching strategies
• To ensure all lessons are well planned and allow for effective differentiation
• To plan lessons and prepare resources according to the individual needs of the pupils
• To mark, assess, record and report on pupil’s progress and attainment in line with departmental and whole school expectations
• To ensure that all teaching, marking and assessing follows the department and whole school expectations and policies
• To have the proven ability to deliver high quality lessons, which engage, challenge and motivate all pupils
• To celebrate pupils’ work through displays throughout the department and around the school
• To maintain detailed records of pupils for the department including those which monitor the progress of individual pupils in the subject
• To use audio-visual materials and IT to stimulate interest and learning within the teaching of English
• To write reports and advise at Parents’ Evenings as required, and communicate effectively to parents about the progress of their child
• To be a Form Tutor
• To participate fully in the wider life of the school.
Applicants should ideally possess the following key skills and abilities:
• A qualification in SpLD or be willing to engage in on-going professional development in this area
• A high, thorough and realistic expectation of the pupils
• Self-motivation and commitment
• A dynamic pupil-centred pedagogy
• A willingness to be part of a team, supporting the Head of Department
• An organised, creative and enthusiastic approach.
For further details, please see the Applicant Info Pack.
Brighton College Pre-Prep & Prep School
Brighton and Hove
- Mainstream school with independent funding
- Primary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 3 - 13 years
Brighton College Nursery, Pre-Prep & Prep School is a co-educational school for children aged 3-13. It is the main feeder school to Brighton College, one of England’s leading schools. The College educates 1,000 pupils aged 13-18 alongside a Lower...