CORE Education Trust is inspired and guided by its 4 CORE values of Collaboration; Opportunity; Respect and Excellence. The Trust is led by some of Birmingham's leading educational and business leaders. The Trust works with high profile partners, Birmingham City Football Club, the Tennis Foundation and The Rep.
City Academy Birmingham are looking for a Religious Education teacher to cover maternity leave.
Job Purpose and Responsibilities
· To facilitate and encourage a learning experience which provides students with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential.
· To contribute to raising standards of student attainment.
· To share and support the academy’s responsibility to provide and monitor opportunities for personal and academic growth whilst fostering the academy’s ethos providing equal opportunities for all.
· To take an active responsibility for the safeguarding and welfare of all students and young people within the academy.
· Consistently teach high quality lessons.
· Deliver the curriculum in line with the relevant key stage groups.
· Identify individual student capabilities, plan and distinguish teaching methods appropriately to build and develop student learning.
· Contribute to the development of teaching materials and programmes of study
· Maintain discipline in accordance with the academy procedures and to encourage good practice with regards to punctuality, behaviour, standards of work and homework.
· To assess accurately and maintain appropriate records.
· Follow academy teaching policies for example with regards to assessment, marking, feedback and homework.
· Be a role model for students, inspiring them to be actively interested in Religious Education.
· To be a Form Tutor to an assigned group of students.
· To promote the general personal development and well-being of individual students and the Tutor Group as a whole.
· To liaise with the relevant pastoral leaders to ensure the implementation of the student support system.
· To register students, accompany them to assemblies, encourage their full attendance and their participation in other aspects of academy life.
· To alert the appropriate staff to problems experienced by students in the Tutor Group.
· To be fully aware of all matters of child protection and safeguarding and follow the appropriate policies and procedures as required.
· Be up to date with the latest developments in teaching practice and methodology, in particular in the curriculum area of Religious Education
· Be aware of departmental and academy health and safety measures, including relevant risk assessments.
· To set cover work during any leave of absence.
· To take part in Open Evenings and Parents’ Evenings and any other similar event to support students and their families.
· To attend meetings and professional development activities as required.
· Carry out duties in line with published rota’s
· To play a full part in the life of the academy community, to support its distinctive mission and ethos and to encourage staff and students to follow this example.