THE DETAILS:
  • Location: Usk, Monmouthshire, NP15 1GA
  • Subject: Teacher
  • Hours: Full Time
  • Contract: Fixed Term
  • Start Date: 01 September, 2024
  • End Date: 31 August, 2025
  • Salary Type: Annually
  • Salary Range: £30,742 - £42,466
  • Language: English
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Class Teacher - Trellech Primary School

Class Teacher - Trellech Primary School

Monmouthshire County Council
We are looking for a committed and inspirational teacher to work as part of our team at Trellech Primary School.
If you’re an excellent teacher, with the skills to reflect on your teaching to ensure you achieve the best in yourself and for our pupils, whilst being an inspiration. You must be committed to your own professional development and willing to make a substantial contribution to the life of the school.

The Purpose of this Role:-
An opportunity has arisen to make a real difference; the chance to become a part of
a highly effective team.

We are looking for an inspirational practitioner who is passionate about making a difference to children’s life experiences.


Expectation and Outcomes of this Role:- (Job Description)

1.You will be required to carry out the duties of a School Teacher as set out in the Conditions of Employment of School Teachers in the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document 2013 and Revised Professional Standards for Education Practioners in Wales. These conditions refer to the exercise of general professional duties, the exercise of particular duties, professional duties, management time and working time.

2. In addition you will be required to carry out the following duties:

2.1 To set a good example of classroom practice with particular reference to nominated curricular area.

2.2 To co-ordinate the work in that area across the school in order to raise achievement against set targets and to ensure continuity and progression.

2.3 To teach, according to their educational needs, the children of an allocated class, group or groups according to the internal organisation of the School and to work in partnership with other agencies as and when necessary.

2.4 To promote the general progress and wellbeing of all pupils within the school.

2.5 To control and oversee the use and storage of resources and other teaching materials and resources provided for class use and to monitor them being aware of equal opportunities and health and safety issues.

2.6 To maintain discipline in accordance with the School’s Behaviour Policy.

2.7 To attend and contribute to meetings, discussions and management systems necessary to co-ordinate the work of the School as a whole and to attend appropriate training.

2.8 To promote equal opportunities within the School and to seek to ensure the implementation of the School’s Equal Opportunities Policy.

2.9 To work in partnership with parents to ensure that all pupils make the best possible progress and to report to parents on the progress of children in their allocated class.

2.10 To plan and prepare all lessons in accordance with school policies and procedures.

2.11 To assess children’s achievements and progress in accordance with arrangements agreed within the school and to use assessment data to inform future planning.

2.12 To be responsible for the supervision of Teaching Assistants where appropriate.

2.13 To ensure the implementation of Schemes of Work through participation in the Co-ordinators Monitoring and Evaluation programme.

2.14 Willingness to undertake child protection/safeguarding training and to report anything of concern to the Headteacher.

2.15 To work closely with other post-holders to ensure a cohesive approach to the curriculum.

2.16 To uphold and comply with the statutory provisions of the Health and Safety Work Regulations and any other relevant Council and School policies relating to health and safety.

3. You will also be expected to carry out any other duties which may reasonably be directed by the Headteacher from time to time.

4. This job description may be revised with the agreement of the named titleholder and the Headteacher and will be reviewed on an annual basis.

Your responsibilities are to:-

You will have high expectations of learning and behaviour; challenge all children to achieve their personal best. With your energy and commitment to go the ‘extra mile’, you will shape the future of our school in harmony with our ethos and vision; to nurture, inspire and achieve. You believe in continuous improvement for yourself as a way of achieving the very best for the children and families of our community.