A team member of a team offering an individualised curriculum for young people aged between 11-16 years. Our school ethos is to ensure the physical, social, emotional care and development of our young people.
To create and deliver challenging programmes of study in agreed subject.
To ensure that teaching and learning is supported by the most robust research and evidence.
To work as part of a teaching team and, where appropriate, help develop other teaching staff.
To maintain and further develop curriculum and subject specialism(s).
Main Duties: Teaching and learning
To teach effectively across a range of provision ensuring pupils achieve excellent outcomes.
To regularly assess and review pupils’ progress and achievement and to communicate effectively with parents/carers in line with school procedures.
To work with the Headteacher to develop, implement and monitor effective schemes of work, course delivery, assessments, pupil surveys and pupil data in line with school policy.
To ensure that teaching and learning is evaluated and action plans produced and implemented to promote best practice and ensure excellent pupil achievement.
To work with other teachers and staff to identify, develop and deliver staff training.
To remain up to date with national trends in education and in science and implement developments in curriculum design and delivery to reflect these.
To develop and maintain a learning environment in line with the school’s values.
To deliver enrichment programmes.
To target and monitor individual pupil progress and use data proactively to identify and drive individual and group improvement to maximise achievement
To propose development actions based on data to the Head teacher
To be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of pupils and for raising any concerns in line with School procedures.
To be responsible for promoting equality and diversity in line with School policies and procedures.
To be responsible for following health and safety requirements in line with School policies and procedures.
To participate proactively in training and development including qualification development required in the job role.
To be responsible for following GDPR requirements in line with School policies and procedures 16. To undertake as required other duties and responsibilities relevant to the job as directed by the Head teacher.
If you think you can fulfil this position, and are looking for a rewarding career with Able Healthcare apply today or view our other positions.
If you would like to discuss our career opportunities further call us on 01473 218824 or 01728 666726
Why work for Able Healthcare?
Able Healthcare are committed to providing the children in our care with exceptional experiences and opportunities, and we recognise that achieving this relies on a consistent, experienced, and dedicated team of staff around them.
We pride ourselves on retaining staff and offering a sense of belonging and value to each member of the team.
To provide excellent care for the children, we know that the team of staff need us to look after them too!
That’s why we ensure that our staff team are valued and respected. We support and encourage professional development at all levels and pride ourselves on the supportive and encouraging approach of the management team.
Able Healthcare is a business run with a sense of family values at its core.
We recognise that working in this sector can present challenges and staff have access to professional support from the Employee Assistance Programme & Employee Wellbeing. This allows staff to access professional counselling and an online health portal and app.
Children’s care is always evolving, whether it be through legislative changes, the behaviour of the children, or simply the world around us
Able Healthcare recognises the value in a diverse and varied staff team. We acknowledge the strength and positive outcomes we can achieve when we utilise the experiences, ideas, and skills our team can offer.