at Chalk Education
Location Chesnut, United Kingdom
Date Posted November 10, 2022
Category Secondary
Job Type Long-term
Salary £25.000 – £180 per day
Work Hours 8:30-4:00

Job Description

Chalk Education are currently recruiting for a Teacher of Spanish for a beautiful secondary school based in Chestnut, Hertfordshire. 

This is a full-time position to begin in September.

Job Description.

To deliver to students a balanced, relevant, and differentiated curriculum in your taught subject; to support subject developments; to monitor, assess and report upon student progress, and to contribute to raising subject standards.

(i) To ensure that students’ prior attainment data is used to inform planning and teaching of assigned classes
(ii) To maintain records and monitor and report upon student progress and attainment in assigned classes
(iii) To contribute to the development of effective teaching and learning styles as this relates to your taught subject(s)
(iv) To ensure that an effective ‘climate for learning’ is in place in the assigned classes
(i) To assist the Head of Department in ensuring that teaching in your subject is of high quality and contributes to the department’s improvement plan
(ii) To participate in staff development activities provided within the department and whole school

Principal Accountabilities:
(i) To deliver, as directed, syllabuses, resources, schemes of work, assessment and marking policies and teaching strategies so that student needs can be met
(ii) To report student progress in your subject to the Head of Department and to parents/carers
(iii) To contribute to the department improvement plans so that the quality of teaching and learning in your subject can be continuously improved.

Passion for learning:
creating a learning environment that supports students in their learning and encourages them to become confident, independent learners.

Challenge and support:
caring for the students and expressing positive expectations
Managing students:
directing, enthusing, and motivating students so that effective learning takes place in an orderly learning environment.

show confidence and a willingness to take on challenges
Team working:
work with others in the department to achieve shared goals
Knowledge and Experience:
• A degree in a relevant subject
• Teaching qualification
Other Specific Duties:
• To continue personal development as agreed at appraisal reviews
• To engage actively in the appraisal review process
• To address the appraisal targets set by the line manager each Autumn Term
• To play a full part in the life of the school community, to support its distinctive aim and ethos and to encourage staff and students to follow this example
• To support the school in meeting its legal requirements for worship
• To promote actively the school’s corporate policies
• To comply with the school’s Health and Safety policy and undertake risk assessments as appropriate
• To show a record of excellent attendance and punctuality
• To adhere to the school’s Dress Code
• To undertake any other reasonable duty delegated by the Principal.

For more information please call Holly on 07908 078667.

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