The job description should be read alongside the range of duties and responsibilities of teachers as set out in the annual Teachers Pay and Conditions Document.
Candidates will be expected to have considered these in relation to Mount St Joseph.
To facilitate and encourage a learning experience which provides pupils with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential. To implement and deliver an appropriately broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum for pupils and to support a designated curriculum area as appropriate
Key duties and Responsibilities:
To uphold and implement the ethos and values of the school.
To treat all students as individuals and contribute to their emotional, social, academic and moral development.
To follow closely agreed syllabuses and schemes of work and to participate in their development and annual review.
To plan, implement, deliver and review high quality lessons that met the needs of the students and that are in line with an agreed programme of study at Key Stage 3 and 4.
To mark pupils' work on a regular basis and record this to show the pupils' progress throughout the year in line with departmental and school policy.
To participate in and contribute to the performance management cycle and relevant INSET.
To keep a record of assessment and attendance of students in class. To contribute to departmental and school tracking systems and the analysis of data to inform future target setting and planning.
To develop a classroom environment that allows all students to succeed.
To implement the school behaviour management policy.
To contribute towards the provision of assessment methods and their evaluation as outlined in the assessment policy.
To participate in the schools self-evaluation cycle.
To undertake the duties as a form teacher.
To liaise with other departments, parents and agencies to meet the individual needs of the pupils.
To attend departmental, form tutor or any other meetings as required.
To carry out a share of the supervisory duties in accordance with published rotas
To contribute to the future development of the department, its resources and its teaching materials.
To attend parents evening and other specific events.
To make a positive contribution to the wider aspects of the school.
To assist in the promotion of the good name of the school within the community
To undertake any other duty as specified by STPCD not mentioned in the above.
To comply with the requirements of Health and Safety Legislation and Council Policy taking appropriate action where necessary.