Job Title: Supply Teacher
Location: West Sussex
Job type: Flexible (Bank)
Closing Date: Friday 25th January 2019
The School is a delightful independent standalone prep school of 430 boys and girls aged 2 ½ to 13 set in 260 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside. The tremendous grounds include a Forest School and a School Farm. The school has a proud record of feeding many of the top day and boarding schools in the South East, with a large proportion of leaving students achieving scholarships and awards.
They are seeking passionate practitioners who will teach exciting and inspirational lessons. The ideal candidates should be suitably qualified to teach at the EYFS or KS1 or KS2 and have the genuine interest of their children at heart. They will also have the interest and enthusiasm to contribute wholeheartedly towards the School's vibrant co-curricular activity programme.
Teaching and Learning:
- Carry out teaching duties in accordance with the school's schemes of work
- Coordinate with the Director of Studies to ensure pupils progress
- Demonstrate good practice in the teaching areas of responsibility
- Monitor teaching and learning activities in the classroom, take responsibility for a classroom and ensure that it remains a facility conducive to high quality education
- Identify and teach study skills that will develop pupils' ability to work independently
Standards and Quality Assurance:
- Support the aims and ethos of the school, and contribute to and support the spiritual side of school life
- Set a good example in terms of dress, punctuality and attendance
- Uphold the school's behaviour code and uniform rules
- Participate in INSET and undertake appropriate further training as part of the professional development programme, where applicable
The successful applicant should have:
- Qualified teacher status
- Evidence of continued professional development
- Outstanding teaching in a relevant environment
- Understanding of effective strategies for teaching, learning, assessment and evaluation
- Understand the effective planning of the curriculum, including assessment for learning, recording and reporting to parents
- Motivate and support staff with a willingness to share knowledge, ideas and expertise
- Excellent communicator with children and their families with the ability to build effective relationships and work in partnership with them
- Eagerness to investigate how children learn and in what contexts they learn best
- Willingness to take responsibility and to work both alone and as part of a team
- Experience of classroom observations
- Experience of monitoring and evaluating the quality of learning and teaching
The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all of their staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to undertake an enhanced disclosure via the DBS and to register with the update service.
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Candidates with the relevant experience or job titles of Teacher, NQT, Newly Qualified Teacher, GCSE Teacher, A Level Teacher, GCSE, EYFS, Early Years Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2 may also be considered for this role.