Teacher TLR2A English Lead
3 days left
We are looking to appoint a dynamic and highly motivated professional to join our rapidly improving team. Nursery Hill Primary School is warm and welcoming and has enthusiastic and happy learners. To ensure the very best education for our children, we are seeking to appoint a dedicated, highly motivated and resilient teacher with a proven track record for raising standards. If you are looking to work in a small friendly close-knit community school then this is the primary school opportunity you have been waiting for.
1. Strategic Duties
•To lead the development of appropriate resources, schemes of learning, assessment and teaching and learning strategies.
•To manage the effective deployment of staff and physical resources.
•To implement school policies and procedures.
•To develop policy and oversee its implementation, facilitating initiatives to develop English.
•To work with colleagues to formulate aims, objectives and strategic plans which have coherence and relevance to the needs of pupils and to the aims, objectives and strategic plans of the school.
•To ensure the planning activities are inclusive and reflect the diverse needs of the pupils.
•Produce an Action Plan (including a time line) that integrates all the strategies to improve teaching and pupil achievement in English and to ensure its implementation to time and to budget.
2. Staff Development
•Model good practice in this area.
•Act as a consultant to staff in English, advising on planning, resources, teaching strategies, assessment and record keeping.
•Plan, arrange and run staff meetings, with support where necessary, as arranged with the Leadership Team.
•Take an active interest in professional development, keeping up to date with current developments in English.
•To contribute to school procedures for lesson observation, and assist with the monitoring and audit of English throughout the school.
•To lead curriculum development for the whole school.
•To keep up to date with national developments, teaching practices and methodology.
•To work with Advisors, Governors and parents in the interest of developing teaching and learning in English.
•To ensure that the developments in English are in line with national developments.
4. Information and Communications
•Establish and maintain effective working relationships with professional colleagues and other subject leaders to develop cross curricular links and creative approaches to learning.
•To produce reports including the use of value-added data.
•To ensure effective communications and consultation with parents and carers.
•To liaise with other schools and other relevant external bodies.
•To represent the views and interest of English.
•To manage the available resources efficiently within the school’s limits, guidelines and procedures, including the requisitioning, organising and maintaining of stock, keeping appropriate records.
•To take a leading role and be responsible for the management of a budget including producing written reports to Head teacher and the Governors.
6. Other Specific Duties
•To continue personal development as agreed.
•To undertake any other duty as specified by the Headteacher not mentioned in the above.
Additional Information & How to Apply
(WR18) How to apply details: Please download the application form and use the person specification to complete your application. Send your completed application form to email@example.com OR you may post it to the school address: Nursery Hill Primary School Ansley Common, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV10 0PY. Please clearly mark your envelope: ‘Confidential for the attention of Jennie Clarke Head of School’.
The closing date is Tuesday 22nd June 2021 at 12 noon, late applications will not be considered.
Early applications are encouraged and we reserve the right to close the vacancy if a suitable candidate is found. If you are shortlisted you will be informed, and the interviews will take place as soon as possible. (Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted).
Closing date: 22nd June 2021
Nursery Hill Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.