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Lower Primary Teacher (Key Stage 1)

  • Period: Full Time
  • Contract: Permanent
  • 出願の締め切り: 03 June 2022

Engagement and Interaction – School Ambassador to Internal Community

  • Be the first point of contact and provide pastoral care to the children.
  • Demonstrate good safeguarding practices and know the reporting procedures to follow in case of a Child Protection issue.
  • Communicate regularly with parents on academic or pastoral matters, including follow up on reports, parents’ meetings etc.
  • Contribute to weekly blog posts.
  • Be involved in the organisation and delivery of events, celebrations, house events, assemblies, special focus weeks and parents’ events.
  • Supervise students as part of the duty rota.
  • Offer exciting extra-curricular opportunities that meet the needs of the student cohort in the school.
  • Be responsible for personal health and safety and know how to report H&S concerns.
  • Ensure effective communication with other teaching colleagues and TLAs.
  • Take into account the identified whole school and campus developments for the year and work as part of the school community to implement any necessary changes and developments identified.
  • Carry out any other reasonable task assigned by the Principal or Deputy Head.

Learning and Teaching

  • Teach according to the needs of the students in the class, differentiating for varying strengths and abilities.
  • Promote high standards amongst the students and the ‘Be Ambitious’ programme.
  • Integrate technology across all areas of learning.
  • Maintain good quality display in classrooms and public areas which relate to children’s learning stories.
  • Contribute to the organisation and delivery of curriculum or year group related day trips.
  • Manage the varying behavioural needs that may arise.

Assessment

  • Provide students with appropriate information that allows them to know where they are and what they need to do to improve.
  • Provide progress assessment data as required by curriculum leaders and the Academic Leadership Team for tracking.

Planning and Preparation

  • Plan interesting and focused learning as well as an engaging and challenging environment for all.
  • Liaise with the Academic Leadership Team regarding support required for students and provision mapping of Individual Education Plans.

Professional and Personal Development

  • Play a full part in internal and external CPD opportunities including staff meetings.
  • Be ambitious and reflective across all aspects of teaching.
  • Share good practice with other colleagues.
  • Identify and implement your own personal development plan for continual professional development.

Personal Specifications – Skills Knowledge and Experience

  • Degree, plus teaching qualification in Early Years.
  • A minimum of five years recent experience of classroom teaching
  • Good working knowledge of the Early Years Foundation Stage framework
  • Ability to integrate technology into the classroom experience to enhance and extend the learning of students
  • Ability to successfully teach students using technology in a virtual/hybrid environment
  • International teaching experience
  • Experience of teaching with a child-centred approach using the Reggio Emilia philosophy
  • Knowledge of EAL teaching
  • Use of iSAMS

Personal Attributes

  • High levels of personal integrity
  • Conscientious and able to focus on completing work to a consistently high standard
  • Flexible and positive approach to work
  • Excellent organisational and time-management skills; high attention to detail
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines and able to prompt others to ensure deadlines are achieved
  • Adaptable to working in a fast paced, ever changing environment
  • Ability to work under pressure and remain calm
  • Proactive and willingness to take on multiple tasks
  • Self-motivated and enthusiastic
  • Ability to work independently
  • Must be a team player, willing to help and be flexible
  • Continually strive for improvement

Other

  • Hold a current Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure or equivalent for countries lived in outside of the UK.
  • Compliance with visa requirements for working in Indonesia.
  • A commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all pupils. Also, the willingness to undertake appropriate child protection training when required.