Teacher of Humanities
A vacancy exists for a full-time Teacher of English to start in April 2018. The ideal candidate will have experience of teaching to KS3 and KS4 to GCSE and have confidence in teaching a broad range of ability. Class sizes are favourable, with an average of 10 at Key Stage 3 and very small groups at GCSE.
- To be able to teach differentiated lessons with a variety of activities targeted to meet the specific learning needs of a range of pupils with SpLD.
- To be able to plan and deliver imaginative, and engaging lessons across the range of humanities subjects (geography, history, and religious studies) as required.
- To have experience working with pupils with specific learning difficulties such as (but not limited to) Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
- To be able to teach across the age range (upper KS2 to KS4) with experience of teaching at GCSE level (edexcel exam board experience is desirable).
- To regularly set and mark homework tasks in line with the homework timetable.
- To regularly assess pupil progress in line with the school’s marking and assessment policy.
- To keep accurate and up to date records of the standard achieved by pupils in their work and to feed this back to the HoD.
- To comment on the progress of pupils, and to write reports on pupils each term in order to track their development and progression.
- To attend parents’ evenings, meeting with parents, open days and after school events as required by the HoD and SLT.
- To keep up to date with relevant developments in the subject(s).
- To have a commitment to personal and departmental development, attending relevant courses to develop skills and knowledge appropriate to the teaching of the subject as required.
- Attendance at department and whole school meetings as required by the HoD or SLT.
- Attendance at (and contribution to) whole school assemblies (gatherings).
- To fulfil additional duties within the school such as supervisory duties during break and/or lunchtime as timetabled, and/or cover.
- To play a part in the extra‐curricular life of the school through the enrichment programme.
- To be willing to support or lead extracurricular school trips to enhance pupils’ learning experience.
- To fulfil/ undertake any other reasonable duties as required by the HoD or SLT.
Applications with a full accompanying covering letter and the contact details of two referees (including current or most recent employer) should be sent by post or email no later than Friday 27th April 2018.
The Moat School is a unique and successful independent secondary day school in London for children with dyslexia and associated SpLDs.
We are seeking to appoint a qualified teacher to deliver the national curriculum at KS3 and KS4. Candidates should have excellent skills in ICT, communication, organisation as well as their own subject area. An interest and / or experience in working with SpLD learners is essential. The School has an extensive and specialised programme of training.
The Moat School operates its own salary scale from £27k-£37,383 pro rata, depending on experience. The School provides all teaching staff with the exclusive use of a wireless enabled laptop computer.
The Moat School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. You will be required to undertake an enhanced CRB disclosure.
Closing date – Friday 27th April 2018
Interviews to be held the week commencing 30th April 2018