Job description / Role
• Embrace and encourage the ethos and standards of excellence as defined in the Newlands School Core Values.
• Implement and support any decisions and policies made by the Senior Management and Directors.
• Show a loyalty to the school.
• Uphold the school's principles and philosophy.
• Be aware of health and safety concerns and notify year leaders and doctor of any concerns.
• Undertake any additional duties relevant to their position as.
• Take an active part in the monitoring process and develop a self-reflective and evaluative approach in their classroom and teaching.
• Act as a cover teacher if required, by the Principal.
• Demonstrate good knowledge of the Curriculum, keeping abreast of current changes and modifications.
• Be fully aware of and implement all School policies, schemes of work and agreed planning.
• Produce well planned, interesting and differentiated lessons from the medium-term plans, using the agreed school format and made available on the computer.
• Be aware of the use of the resources in the school to enhance teaching and children’s learning.
• Ensure that all subjects are being allocated the amount of teaching time dictated by the school (particularly in the absence of specialist colleagues) and that children receive the amount of expected teaching in any given subject.
• Ensure that academic standards and expectations are maintained and that the children are given regular written and verbal feedback with work being marked following the marking and presentation policy.
• Ensure that any records of assessment are kept up to date.
• Administer and mark any formal assessments in accordance with guidelines given.
• To encourage children to develop skills for lifelong learning.
• Ensure that the class register is completed using the guidelines, handed in to the receptionist by 8:30 am, and to ensure that late children are sent to the receptionist to be marked present.
• Prepare and complete comprehensive and informative reports twice a year using the formats given.
• Ensure reports are handed by the deadlines given having been checked by themselves and another member of staff.
• Ensure that the class file is kept up to date and organized properly and that it remains at school in case of absence.
• Ensure that all records and data collection are kept up to date on the data base and that information is passed on by deadlines given.
• Ensure that letters are given out on the day expected.
• To ensure that any whole class letters going home are written on headed paper using the school guidelines.
• To check for correct school or PE uniform, wearing of jewelry etc. and notify Principal/ Deputy Principal of persistent offenders and sending home relevant letters.
• To implement the school behaviour policy and be aware of procedure.
• Ensure that resources are looked after carefully by all of the children and that children are taught to use them appropriately.
• Ensuring that all resources in the Pod, storeroom and wet areas are stored tidily and appropriately.
• Work with the colleagues and specialist teachers in putting together the orders.
• Undertake before school, after school and break duties as outlined by the Principal.
• Undertake assemblies, parent’s meetings and information meetings as outlined by the Principal.
• Liaise with the SEN department regarding children needing or receiving support.
• It is a requirement that all teachers should make themselves available to assist with admission interviews.
• Keep up to date with current educational developments.
• Take part in training programmes which support continuing professional development.
• To take part in the school’s monitoring procedures.
• Bachelor of Education or Bachelor Degree in addition to post graduate specialized in Education.
• Minimum 2 years of experience in the same post.
• Knowledge and experience of DSIB inspection preferred.
• Successful applicants should demonstrate excellent communication skills, flexibility, creativity and enthusiastic approach both in and out of the classroom.
• Excellent IT and interpersonal communication skills to work closely with students and parents.
• An excellent team player.
• English (Fluent).
About the Company
The Beaconhouse group has almost 308,000 fulltime students in eight countries and is possibly the largest school network of its kind in the world. Established in November 1975 as the Les Anges Montessori Academy with 19 toddlers, Beaconhouse has since grown into an international network of private schools, imparting distinctive and meaningful learning to students all the way from birth – through its partnership in Pakistan with Gymboree Play & Music – to post-graduation, through Concordia Colleges and the Beaconhouse National University.
Of these students, close to 101,000 study at the group’s flagship network, the Beaconhouse School System, in Pakistan as well as overseas, while the remaining are largely enrolled at The Educators, a parallel school network operated by the group.
The Beaconhouse of today is thus much more than just a stand-alone school. Through distinct and independent divisions across multiple destinations including the UK, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Oman, the UAE, Pakistan and Belgium, it caters to the education and training needs of a large and diverse group of individuals of varying ages, socioeconomic backgrounds, and nationalities, with its activities also extending beyond education in some countries.
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