To be responsible to the Head of Faculty for Technology, to ensure high quality curriculum provision and effective teaching and learning within the curriculum area and to achieve if not surpass the Academy’s annual targets. To carry out the professional duties of a qualified teacher in accordance with the Teachers’ pay and conditions.
• Plan work in accordance with the curriculum area programmes of study and so that it addresses the personalised learning needs of every student.
• Liaise with relevant colleagues on the planning of units of work for collaborative delivery
• Work in collaboration with associate staff attached to any teaching group.
• Take account of students’ prior levels of learning and achievement and use them to set targets for future improvements.
• Set work for students absent from school for health or disciplinary reasons
• Maintain positive relationships by adherence to the advice given to staff in the Behaviour for Learning Policy.
• Set high expectations for students’ behaviour by establishing a purposeful working atmosphere in accordance with the Behaviour for Learning policy.
• Provide students with the opportunities to develop the skills required in order to learn.
• Set appropriate and demanding expectations for students’ learning, motivation, and presentation of work.
Assessment, recording and reporting
• Maintain notes and plans of lessons undertaken and records of students’ work in line with the Academy’s Teaching and Learning policy.
• Mark, monitor and return work within a reasonable and agreed time span, as determined by the Academy, providing constructive oral and written feedback and clear targets for future learning as appropriate.
• Complete student records of achievement in line with policy and as specified in the published calendar.
• Attend the appropriate Parents’ Evenings to keep parents informed about the progress of their child.
• Be familiar with the code of practice for identification and assessment for Special Educational Needs and keep appropriate records and personalised learning plans.
• Support the ethos, vision, principles and values of the Academy
• Treat colleagues, students and all members of the community, with respect and consideration
• Treat all students fairly, consistently and without prejudice
• Set a good example to students in terms of appropriate dress, standards of punctuality and attendance.
• Support the aims of the Academy through attendance at and participation in events such as open evenings, option evenings and the like (as appropriate to responsibilities).
• Support the ethos of the Academy by upholding the code of conduct, uniform rules, etc.
• Take responsibility for own professional development and participate in arrangements as adopted by the Academy for the assessment of his/her performance and that of other teachers
• Reflect on own practice as well as the practices of the Academy with the aim of improving all that we do and achieving excellence
• Read and adhere to the various policies of the Academy and implement Academy improvement plans
• Participate in the development and management of the Academy by attending various team and staff meetings
• Undertake duties as prescribed within the Academy’s policies
• Ensure that all deadlines are met as published in the school calendar
• Undertake professional duties that may be reasonably assigned to them by the principal
• Be proactive and take responsibility for matters relating to health and safety
• Promote lifelong learning and promote enrichment and extension activities as part of the Academy’s community hub
Knowledge and understanding
• A clear and well thought out understanding of current educational issues, theory and practice
• Have a detailed knowledge of the relevant aspects of the National Curriculum and other statutory requirements
• Have a secure knowledge and understanding of their specialised subject(s) equating to degree level, including the subject knowledge.
• Understand progression in their specialised subject(s).
• Cope securely with subject-related questions, which students raise and know about students’ common misconceptions and mistakes as related to their specialised subject.
Teaching and managing students’ learning
• Ensure effective teaching of whole classroom, groups and individuals so that learning objectives are met, momentum, pace and challenge are maintained and the best use is made of learning time.
• Use teaching methods which keep students engaged, including stimulating students’ intellectual curiosity, effective questioning and response, with clear presentation and good use of resources.
• Set high expectation for students’ behaviour establishing a good standard of discipline through well focused teaching and through positive and productive relationships.
Managing own performance and professional development
• Understand the need to take responsibility for their own professional development and keep up to date with research and developments in pedagogy and in the subjects that they teach
• Understand the professional responsibilities in relation the Academy policies and practices.
• Set a good example to the students in their presentation and in their personal conduct
• Evaluate their own teaching critically and use this to improve their effectiveness.
• The post holder will be subject to performance objectives agreed annually.
• The post holder is expected to carry out such other duties as may reasonably be assigned by the Principal.
• To take on any whole school initiative or responsibility that the Principal may direct.
• The duties of this post may vary from time to time without changing the general character of the post or level of responsibility entailed.
Safeguarding children and young people
Oasis is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including an enhanced DBS check.
This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent spoken English is an essential requirement for this role
Oasis Academy Don Valley
- Mainstream school with state - academy funding
- All-through School
- Students of mixed gender, age 4 - 16 years
Oasis Academy Don Valley
We are delighted that you are considering joining our Oasis Academy Don Valley Family.
Our All-through Academy is open to children aged from 2-16 years of age. We are located on Leeds Road, in the Darnall and Attercliffe area...