设计与工艺教师 DT Teacher (plus Primary Art)

March 13, 2024

Job Description

General information

Business unit
Huili School Nantong

Working Calendar
Academic

Description & Requirements

JOB TITLE

DT Teacher (Plus Primary Art)

 

DEPARTMENT

Academic

 

SUPERVISOR

Subject Coordinator/Head of School

TEACHING AND LEARNING

  • Contribute to the holistic wellbeing of all pupils and specifically to those assigned to your individual care
  • Undertake class management as a class teacher including discipline, standards of dress, safeguarding and ensuring that students understand and follow the school rules  
  • Teach according to departmental schemes of work
  • Complete teaching plans on time and to a high standard
  • Ensure that lessons are well prepared, efficiently resourced, and appropriate to the ability level of the pupils 
  • Participate in planning and departmental meetings
  • Regularly assess the students’ work through formative and formal termly / half-termly assessments as directed by your line manager.
  • Communicate with your Head of Department regarding any student whose progress or behaviour gives cause for concern
  • Constantly monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of your teaching, maintaining good standards of practice and ensuring progression
  • Participate fully in the Staff Appraisal system, with classroom observation of colleagues and a willingness to be personally observed within the classroom. Submit books, records or planning as required for monitoring by colleagues or the Head of Department.  
  • Be involved in developing your department including the implementation and monitoring of relevant school policies and the resourcing of the department as appropriate
  • Remain mindful of cultural sensitivities
  • Develop and share teaching resources
  • Assist the Head of Department in areas such as preparing internal exams and schemes of work
  • Follow the school’s SEN policy
  • Communicate with parents as required, whether in writing, telephone calls or meetings
  • Attend Continued Professional Development (CPD) training as required (and, ideally, volunteer to lead CPD sessions occasionally)
  • Support the School’s Development Plan generally and in so far as it relates to your subject  
  • Attend and participate fully in Staff Development and INSET programmes
  • Attend staff meetings and briefings as and when required
  • Keep up-to-date with school policy documents and procedures, such as fire evacuation
  • Cover lessons as required
  • Invigilate exams as required

HOME-SCHOOL COMMUNICATION

  • Make parents feel welcome and build a good relationship with them  
  • Familiarise the parents with the curriculum
  • Collect information on pupils’ interests, aptitudes and growth from parents
  • Stimulate pupils’ study by making use of parents’ strengths
  • Provide consultations and support to parents’ enquiries
  • Share students’ information provided by parents with co-teachers
  • Attend Parents’ Meetings as required and provide accurate, honest information regarding their child’s progress
  • Report to the parents in the form of regular written reports, and also when additionally required by your Head of Department

 

TUTORING

 

  • Most staff are expected to be a tutor. This will involve being the child’s ‘parent away from home’. You will be their advocate and their parents’ first line of communication at the school.
  • Make sure the register is taken accurately each day
  • Inform parents of any upcoming events related to their child that are not in the school calendar
  • Help mentor, guide and support the children through their daily school life
  • Liaise with the academic, pastoral, medical and special needs teams on behalf of the children in your tutor group
  • Conduct weekly tutorial sessions
  • Deliver the school’s moral education programme
  • Attend pastoral meetings as required
  • Write reports on pupils as required (for Interims and Full Reports)
  • Assist with writing pupil references
  • Track academic performance and raise standards
  • Be mindful of the school’s Safeguarding Policy and remain vigilant of the children’s welfare 
  • Help pupils achieve a satisfactory work / recreation balance and, if necessary, involve parents
  • Attend events such as plays, sporting events, concerts and social events for their year group.

BASIC QUALIFICATION 

  • Bachelor of Education or a subject degree plus PGCE
  • Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or equivalent
  • A minimum of two years of teaching experience
  • In-depth knowledge of your teaching specialism
  • Native English speaker

 

PREFERRED APTITUDES

  • Ability to assess pupils’ interests, needs and developments
  • Ability to administer and develop a curriculum
  • Embody the Huili Values
  • Technical literacy with proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Personal integrity, accountability and credibility.
  • Strong mind-set for continuous improvement to meet or exceed expectations.
  • Cross-cultural work experience is preferred