The school year reflects that of mainstream schools
- To be responsible to the School Principal for the delivery (and other associated duties) of identified subject areas, according to National Curriculum requirements, examination syllabi and schemes of work. It is expected that teachers will be involved in the development of such courses, depending on qualifications and experience.
- To provide direction and immediate line-management support to mentors.
- To work with Learning Groups of approximately four students according to the given timetable, delivering the above programmes of study.
- Ensuring that adequate teaching and learning experiences are provided for the students to help them to achieve nationally recognised qualifications, e.g. GCSEs.
- To provide students with adequate marking and preparation to ensure student feedback and consequent progress.
- To provide homework and other extension work to students to ensure that they have the opportunity to reach their potential.
- Completing necessary administrative work to ensure that examination entries and submissions are accurate and satisfactory in conjunction with the School Business Manager and School Principal.
- Assisting with the general teaching throughout the school and to provide teaching cover when required to ensure equality of provision for all students.
- Providing one-to-one academic support, when necessary, during identified and timetabled periods.
- Liaising with the School Principal regarding course issues, student progress or concerns.
- Providing small group intervention support to enhance educational provision to those students who would benefit most, particularly for those students unable to access the provision in normal Learning Groups.
- Help to identify barriers to progression and assisting planning programmes of support to meet those needs.
- Assist with the assessment and analysis of students’ needs, to prepare reports and attend appropriate meetings as required, in collaboration with School Leader School, Principal and Learning Mentors.
- Engaging with and participating in the Community Group Meeting and associated committees.
- Assisting in the development of and participating in, the organisation and delivery of extra-curricular activities to enhance the personal, social and cognitive development of students.
- Collaborate with the School Leader and Learning Mentors, to ensure that the special needs of all children are given equal emphasis
- Ensuring that policies and procedures are followed and that normal working practices are adhered to.
- Attending a weekly staff meeting through which issues of concern regarding students and their progress are raised and information is shared with other members of staff.
- Attending a briefing meeting each morning before the start of the school day through which information is shared which may affect the day-to-day performance of students and staff in the school.
- Working in collaboration with Learning Mentors and liaising with the School Leader regarding students' personal, social and emotional development.
- Working in collaboration with the Senior Management Team and Learning Mentors for students on Remote as appropriate.
- Supporting students in fund-raising and social events organised in school.
- Undertake training, as required by the School Principal, to ensure that the role is fulfilled to the highest possible standards
- Maintaining student records and other administrative duties as appropriate.