Teacher/Tutor with responsibility for Key Stage 2/3 and Mathematics
Hours: Monday to Friday - 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (40 hours a week)
St John's Grade 4 - £24,329
(A TLR (Primary) and/or a TLR (Mathematics) will be available for a suitably qualified and experienced candidate.)
St. John's School and College are now looking to recruit a Maths Teacher to come and join the Seaford site and make a difference to our learners aged between 7-19.
The role of the Maths Teacher (Seaford Education) is to undertake teaching commitments in a range of subject areas and be responsible for a group of learners as a tutor - the age group will be decided for each academic year following consultation with the Head of Education. An ability to contribute to the pastoral leadership of Key Stage 2 would be an advantage.
To succeed in this post, you will have detailed knowledge and understanding of pupils National Curriculum/P levels and post-Rochford assessment and other statutory requirements; to be able to demonstrate that knowledge and understanding and take account of wider curriculum developments, which are relevant to their work (including the school's aims, objectives, policies and schemes of work).
This role will see you plan teaching and learning effectively, identifying clear teaching objectives, lesson content and lesson structures and sequences to ensure that learners can meet their fullest potential. You will set high expectations for support staff both in planning and implementation of learning and set well-grounded, realistic yet challenging expectations and targets, making effective use of information about learners' prior attainment.
This role will see you prepare and present informative reports for Annual Reviews and other MDT meetings as required. You will liaise effectively with learners, parents/carers through informative oral and written reports on learner progress and achievements, discussing appropriate targets, and encouraging them to support their child's learning, behaviour and progress.
St. John's has qualified for the Basic Skills Quality Mark in Maths and English and a high priority is attached to this role and the successful candidate will get clear professional guidance, training and support from the Head of Education.
St John's is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
All job applicants will be required to provide 2 referees (one must be your most recent employer) and undertake an enhanced DBS Disclosure. This process forms part of our recruitment policy