KS2 Teacher

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  • Morley Place Academy
    Doncaster
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  • Required for April 2020
    Application Closes: 24/02/2020 12:00
    Interview Date: Thursday 27th February 2020
    Job Length: Temporary - Maternity Cover
  • Post Is Part Time
    Weeks of work: 39
    Days of work: 5
    Hours of work: 20
  • Post: KS2 Teacher
    Salary (FTE): MPR 1 - £24,373.00 to UPR 3 - £40,490.00 Salary subject to pro-rata
    Responsible to: Principal
About Delta Academies Trust

Purpose of the job:

Morley Place Academy is looking to appoint a KS2 Teacher on a temporary basis to cover maternity leave.  You will teach pupils across the full age and ability of Key Stage 2 in order to ensure the highest possible standards of pupil achievement, personal development and well-being.

 Morley Place is a KS2 academy in Conisbrough, Doncaster, who really value the support of our whole school community and work relentlessly to ensure that every child reaches their full potential.  We have a dedicated, friendly and welcoming staff team that are committed to providing the very best possible education for all of our pupils and are ambitious about the future of Morley Place.  Our recent results have been our strongest ever and we are working hard to build upon this success and continue to rapidly raise standards so we can meet and exceed national expectations.

 You will have access to high quality CPD as a member of the team and will be joining a happy and forward thinking academy that works together with children, parents and carers to provide the best possible school experience for all. 

 The successful candidate will be enthusiastic, talented and committed to improving outcomes for children.

 Are you:

  • able to be inspirational in your teaching, engaging children in their learning across all areas of the curriculum;
  • able to create a positive and creative learning environment;
  • confident in your knowledge and understanding of the National Curriculum;
  • able to motivate, inspire children to fulfil their potential; and
  • able to work as part of a team to plan, teach and assess effectively for the next steps in children’s learning?

Then you are the right candidate for us!

In return we can offer you:

  • enthusiastic and friendly children;
  • a supportive, inclusive and well-resourced environment;
  • a commitment to your continued professional development;
  • a hard working and dedicated team;
  • great employee benefits.

 Visits to the academy would be warmly welcomed by appointment. Please contact the academy on 01709 863400 if you would like to arrange a visit.

Responsibilities:

PLANNING, TEACHING AND CLASS MANAGEMENT, TO:

Teach allocated pupils by planning teaching which achieves progression of learning through:

  • identifying clear teaching objectives and specifying how they will be taught and assessed
  • setting tasks which challenge pupils and ensure high levels of interest
  • setting appropriate and demanding expectations
  • setting clear targets, building on prior attainment
  • identifying SEN or very able pupils
  • providing clear structures for lessons maintaining pace, motivation and challenge
  • making effective use of assessment and ensure coverage of programmes of study
  • ensuring effective teaching and best use of available time
  • monitoring and intervene to ensure sound learning and discipline
  • using a variety of teaching methods to:
  1. Match approach to content, structure information, present a set of key ideas and use appropriate vocabulary
  2. Use effective questioning, listen carefully to pupils, give attention to errors and misconceptions
  3. Select appropriate learning resources and develop study skills through library, ICT and other sources 
  • ensuring pupils acquire and consolidate knowledge, skills and understanding appropriate to the subject taught
  • evaluating their own teaching critically to improve effectiveness

ADDITIONAL STANDARDS FOR NURSERY AND EARLY YEARS

The Trust is committed to safeguarding the welfare of its students and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service certificate and checks of the relevant barred list / prohibition lists.

  • taking account of pupils’ needs by providing structured learning opportunities which develop the areas of learning identified in national and local policies and particularly the foundations for literacy and numeracy
  • encouraging pupils to think and talk about their learning, develop self-control and independence, concentrate and persevere, and listen attentively
  • using a variety of teaching strategies which involve planned adult intervention, first-hand experience and play and talk as a vehicle for learning
  • managing parents and other adults in the classroom

MONITORING, ASSESSMENT, RECORDING, REPORTING WHICH WILL:

  • assess how well learning objectives have been achieved and use them to improve specific aspects of teaching
  • mark and monitor pupils’ work and set targets for progress
  • assess and record pupils’ progress systematically and keep records to check work is understood and completed, monitor strengths and weaknesses, inform planning and recognise the level at which the pupil is achieving.
  • prepare and present informative reports to parents

OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALITIES REQUIRED:

  • Have a working knowledge of teachers’ professional duties and legal liabilities
  • Operate at all times within the stated policies and practices of the school
  • Establish effective working relationships and set a good example through their presentation and personal and professional conduct
  • Endeavour to give every child the opportunity to reach their potential and meet high expectations
  • Contribute to the corporate life of the school through effective participation in meetings and management systems necessary to coordinate the management of the school
  • Take responsibility of their own professional development and duties in relation to school policies and practices
  • Liaise effectively with parents and governors
  • To understand and comply with the statutory guidance regarding safeguarding of children, ensuring the safeguarding and promotion of children’s welfare at all times, reporting any concerns to the Designated Safeguarding Officer immediately.
  • To comply with the Trust and academy’s policies and procedures at all times.

DATA PROCESSING AND SECURITY:

  • To ensure strict confidentiality in all areas of work.
  • To work and process personal and sensitive information in accordance with Data Protection Act 2018 including the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) 2018.
  • To ensure work is conducted in a way that protects the safety and security of information (e.g. strong passwords, reporting breaches, securing paper records, securely disposing of records). 

To undertake other reasonable duties (with competence and experience) as requested, in accordance with the changing needs of the organisation.

Any additional responsibilities in line with Teachers’ Pay and Conditions as negotiated with the Head of Academy or Principal.

Experience and Knowledge

Key: A = Application, I = Interview And Assessment, R = Reference, C = Certificate

Essential

  • Graduate with Qualified Teacher Status
  • Knowledge of current educational practice and issues
  • An excellent classroom practitioner
  • Knowledge of the provisions of national strategies, i.e. Literacy, Numeracy, and ICT
  • Effective use of ICT to support learning
  • Any statutory curriculum requirements and requirements for assessment, recording and reporting of pupils’ attainment and progress
  • Knowledge of the new professional teaching standards
  • Experience of teaching in the Primary phase
  • High level of written, oral and communication skills
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing to a range of audiences
  • High level of organisational and planning skills
  • Evidence of sharing in and contributing to the corporate life of the academy
  • Work effectively as part of a team, relating well to colleagues, pupils and parents
  • Ability to demonstrate a commitment to equality of opportunity for all pupils
  • Ability to investigate, solve problems and make decisions
  • Able to use own initiative and motive others
  • Ability to relate to and empathise with pupils and to develop trusting and respectful relationships with them
  • Respect for confidentiality of information concerning individual pupils and ability to use discretion in circumstances of disclosure
  • Evidence of continuing professional development
  • Establish clear expectations and constructive working relationships in your own classroom through team working and mutual support; devolving responsibilities and delegating tasks where appropriate
  • Commitment to an involvement in extra-curricular activities
  • Work in ways that promote equality of opportunity, participation, diversity, and responsibility
  • A commitment to abide by and promote the Equal Opportunities, Health and Safety and Child Protection Policies
  • The post holder will require an enhanced DBS

Desirable

  • Knowledge of all phases of primary education
  • The implications of the Code of Practice for Special Educational Needs for teaching and learning
  • Full working knowledge of relevant policies/codes of practice/legislation
  • Able to offer expertise in a specific subject or area