We require an outstanding and creative teacher to develop performance within our very active and high profile Lower School.
To ensure the effective teaching of all pupils, helping them to develop both inside and outside the classroom. Support the policies and aims of the School and ensure the good social, emotional and physical development of every child.
Located in a semi-rural setting, a stone’s throw from the Sea, Meoncross School and Nursery provides Independent Education for boys and girls aged 2.5 to 16 years.
We currently have exciting opportunities for suitably qualified and experienced individuals to join our passionate and committed team in our ‘Outstanding’ School.
We require an outstanding and creative teacher to develop performance within our very active and high profile Lower School to ensure the effective teaching of all pupils, helping them to develop both inside and outside the classroom. Support the policies and aims of the School and ensure the good social, emotional and physical development of every child. To be a positive role model in terms of the Schools core values. This is a fixed term post to allow us to split our current year 6 into 3 classes due to an increase in pupil numbers. There is the potential for this to become a permanent post from September 2021 if pupil numbers continue to grow.
At Meoncross School we aim to provide every student from Reception through to Year 11, a world class education, within a small, friendly and family-oriented atmosphere. We are a school that consistently achieves high academic results. Our success is linked not only to small class sizes, enthusiastic students and highly trained and talented staff but is also the result of the school’s strong focus on personalised learning, allowing every student to realise their full potential, regardless of ability.
If you are passionate about teaching students who are enthusiastic about their learning, we would like to hear from you. Please take a look at the attached Job Profile and take some time to learn more about our school, including our seven core values, from our website.
• Planning, preparing and delivering lessons.
• Teaching the pupils assigned to you; setting and marking work to be carried out by the pupils in School or elsewhere.
• Assessing, recording and reporting on the development, progress and attainment of pupils.
• Promoting the general progress/wellbeing of any individual group of pupils assigned to you.
• Providing guidance and advice to pupils on educational and social matters.
• Making records and reports on the personal and social needs of the pupils.
• Communicating and consulting with the parents of pupils.
• Communicating and co-operating with persons or bodies outside the School.
• Participating in meetings arranged for any of the purposes described above.
• Accompanying pupils on trips away from the School.
• Maintaining and monitoring display work in appropriate areas of the School.
ASSESSMENTS AND REPORTS
• Providing/contributing oral and/or written assessments, reports and references relating to individual/groups of pupils.
• Advising and co-operating with the Head and other Teachers on the preparation and development of courses of study, teaching materials, teaching programmes, methods of teaching and assessment of pastoral arrangements.
• Being aware of developments in ICT and how they may be integrated into your subject.
• Participating in meetings at the School which relate to the curriculum for the School or the administration or organisation of the School, including pastoral arrangements.
• Working with other members of staff as necessary at the end of the academic year to ensure a smooth transition for pupils and teaching staff into the next year, including liaising with Teachers and staff from other Schools within the Group.
ALL SCHOOL STAFF ARE EXPECTED TO:
• Work towards and support the school vision and the current school objectives outlined in the School Development Plan.
• Contribute to the school’s programme of extra-curricular activities.
• Act as an Academic Mentor and / or Form Tutor.
• Support and contribute to the school’s responsibility for safeguarding pupils.
• Work within the school’s health and safety policy to ensure a safe working environment for staff, students and visitors
• Promote equality of opportunity for all pupils and staff, both current and prospective.
• Maintain high professional standards of attendance, punctuality, appearance, conduct and positive, courteous relations with students, parents and colleagues.
• Engage actively in the school’s performance management review process.
• Adhere to policies as set out in the Staff Handbook and the Cognita Employee Handbook
• Undertake other reasonable duties related to the job purpose required from time to time.
- Mainstream school with independent funding
- All-through School
- Students of mixed gender, age 3 - 16 years
Meoncross School is very proud to be a through school – enabling children to start their educational journey at 2.5 years, and continuing through until Year 11. It really is the only school you will ever need.
Meoncross is a school that consis...