The MFL Department is a friendly, supportive & forward thinking team, comprising of four well qualified specialist practitioners. As a department, we are committed to developing strong, lifelong linguistic skills. Our teaching staff consistently employ a wide range of strategies to provide students with many opportunities for both collaborative and independent work in each lesson. Our students follow the three-year AQA GCSE Spanish course with the opportunity for further study in the 6th Form.
Job Description: Teacher of Modern Foreign Language
Start Date: September 2021
New Scale Point: MPS/UPS
Planning and preparing courses and lessons
Teaching; according to the educational needs of each student
Setting and marking of work to be carried out by the student in school and elsewhere
Assessing, recording and reporting on the development, progress and attainment
Promote the general progress and well-being of individual students and classes
Provide guidance and advice to students on educational and social matters and on their further education and future career plan, including information about sources of more expert advice on specific questions; making relevant records and reports
Make records of and report on the personal and social need of students
Communicate and consult with parents
Lead a form group
Communicate and co-operate with persons or bodies outside school
Participate in meetings arranged for any of the purposes described above
Offer an extracurricular activity
Provide or contribute to oral and written assessment, reports and references relating to individual students and groups
Participate in appraisal of your performance and that of other teachers
Periodically review your methods of teaching and programmes of work
Participate in arrangements for further training and professional development including those aimed at meeting the need identified in performance objectives or in performance statements
Participate in an induction programme arranged for your supervision and training
Advise and co-operate with the Headteacher and other teachers on the preparation and development of courses of study, teaching materials, teaching programmes, methods of teaching and assessment and pastoral arrangements
Maintain good order and discipline among students and safeguard their health and safety both when authorised to be on the school premises and when they are engaged in authorised school activities elsewhere
Participate in meetings at the school which relate to the curriculum of the school or the administration or organisation of the school, including pastoral arrangements
Participate in arrangements for preparing students for external examinations, in assessing students for the purpose of such examinations and recording and reporting such assessments, and participating in arrangements for students’ presentation for and supervision during such examinations within the guidelines agreed
Participate in appropriate administrative and organisational tasks relating to such duties as are described above, including the direction or supervision of persons providing support for the teachers in the school
Attend assemblies, registering the attendance of students and supervising students, whether these duties are to be performed before, during or after school sessions
Other Specific Duties as directed by the Headteacher or appropriate Line Manager
Ensure all pupils have equal access to learning using appropriate strategies and resources, where necessary.
Liaise with pastoral staff members to ensure the wellbeing of pupils and their full participation in school life.
Raise any concerns regarding pupils’ behaviour with the relevant Raising Standards Lead.
Implement any specific arrangements for individual pupils, ensuring that relevant staff members are aware of the measures in place.
Provide individual pastoral support to pupils, where necessary.
Continuously motivate and challenge pupils, whilst promoting and reinforcing self-esteem.
To have the ability to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people.
Appreciate the significance of safeguarding and interprets this accurately for all individual children and young people whatever their life circumstances.
To have a good understanding of the safeguarding agenda and can demonstrate an ability to contribute towards a safe environment.
The ability to converse at ease with members of the public and provide advice and information in accurate spoken English is essential for the post.
This job description will be reviewed and updated periodically in order to ensure that it relates to the job performed or to incorporate any proposed changes. This procedure will be conducted by the Headteacher or line manager in consultation with the post-holder. In these circumstances it will be the aim to reach agreement on reasonable changes but if agreement is not possible management reserves the right to make changes to the job description following consultation.
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Abbey College, Ramsey
- Mainstream school with state - academy funding
- Secondary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 18 years