Why apply to be a teacher of ESOL at Riverside?
Riverside School opened in September 2012 with one Year 7 cohort of 120 students. In September 2017 we move into our new state-of the-art £45m building on the bank of the Thames with 1000 students from Year 7 to 13; we will grow to 2000 over the next 5 years. This is a great career opportunity to be part of a new and expanding school. It is a very special place to work.
Our relentless focus is on teaching and learning while developing great teachers is our number one priority. There is a real sense of passion and determination that students and staff bring to all that they do, making Riverside School a superb place both to learn and to work.
To use pre assessment to identify appropriate students for ESOL programme
To liaise with exams officer
Teaching small groups of students / 1:1 for silent period students / ESOL classes
To provide Class support for beginners / intermediate students in lessons
To timetable above sessions.
To support teachers on developing good practice with EAL students.
To feedback to line manger
To create and share appropriate resources.
The above duties are neither exclusive nor exhaustive and the post holder will be required to carry out such other appropriate duties as may be required by the Headteacher within the grading level of the post and the competence of the post holder.
The school is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and as such all appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS (CRB) check. Appointments are also subject to satisfactory references/medical clearance