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KS2 Teacher

St John's Beaumont SchoolSurrey

We are seeking to appoint an experienced and highly committed KS2 teacher to join our team of Middle School teachers in April 2022. The successful candidate will demonstrate sensitivity towards the School’s Roman Catholic ethos and be willing to play a supportive and pro-active role in its development. 

To plan, prepare and teach engaging lessons that ensure all boys make excellent progress.


· To be a class teacher to a group of middle school boys (Year 3, 4 or 5)


· To teach: English, Mathematics, Science, R.E., Geography, History, STEM, PSHE and ICT. The boys are taught by specialist teachers for Art, Drama, French, ICT, Music, PE/Games, Swimming, and Verbal Reasoning.


· To support fully the School’s aim to provide a relevant and stimulating syllabus that will inspire and motivate boys.


· To maintain a professional interest in academic research relevant to a KS2 teacher and to engage and motivate the boys.


· To play a pro-active role in the development and implementation of the ICT in a range of co-curricular subjects.


To raise standards of student attainment and achievement within the Middle School and monitor and support student progress.


· To monitor the standard of teaching and assessment within the Middle School.


· To regularly assess the progress of the class using both formative and summative methods, including setting examinations where appropriate for boys in the Middle School.


· To provide parents with timely and accurate information on their son’s progress. This would include preparing school reports and attendance at all appropriate Parents’ Evenings.


· To ensure that all books are marked regularly and that the School’s ‘Assessment Policy’ is maintained rigorously through the academic year.


· To provide accurate transfer information at the end of the academic year to relevant teachers.


· To liaise with Learning Support Teaching Staff and external agencies as necessary to deliver effective learning provisions for pupils who are experiencing mild special educational needs.


· To follow an IEP for boys on the ‘Special Needs Register’, if appropriate


To act as a positive role model and promote the aims, values and ethos of St John’s Beaumont School and uphold all rules and policies.


· To deliver school assemblies on a spiritual or specific subject theme as and when invited to do so by the Headmaster


· To work collaboratively with staff to develop whole-department policies.


· To organise, in conjunction with parallel teacher and Heads of Department, termly trips for boys in your year group that have a curricular forum.


· To eat lunch with the boys and supervise.


· To support fully the life of a Roman Catholic school through organising subject assemblies and other events that will occur throughout the academic year.


· To cover for absent colleagues, on occasion, during non-contact periods.


· To coach or assist with boys’ games where appropriate and where time permits.


· To provide emergency first-aid following appropriate training.


· To ensure that the School’s policy Health and Safety Policy is implemented rigorously in the classroom and when teaching throughout the School.


· To contribute to the implementation of School policies and procedures.


· To attend meetings and courses and keep up to date with current educational issues and ensure that appropriate INSET courses are attended.


· To help to organise inter-school events and competitions that enable all boys, including gifted and talented boys, to demonstrate their ability in the subject.


· To take an active part in extra-curricular activities, offering one extra-curricular activity and one supervised study session on a weekly basis, attend concerts, plays and other whole school events and to participate fully in the wider life of the school. Sharing supervisory duties at morning, and lunch breaks and end of the day on a rota basis.


For more information and to view the person specification, please visit the St John's Beaumont School website. We reserve the right to close the application deadline early, and make an appointment before the closing date.

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