Nursery Class Teacher – Manchester

Location: United Kingdom  |  United Kingdom  |  United Kingdom
Sector: Resourcing
Consultant: Charlotte Steward
Job Reference: 34294
Salary: £22917 - £33824
Job Status: Contract / Full Time

Nursery Class Teacher – Manchester

We are currently looking to recruit for a Nursery class teacher position based in Manchester.

The position is on a fixed term contract from 29 th October 2018 to July 2019.

KEY PURPOSE OF THE JOB

To take responsibility for the education and welfare of a designated class of children in accordance with the current School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions document, having due regard to the requirements of the Trust and school agreed curriculum and school policies.

MAIN ACTIVITIES

1. To take responsibility for planning and implementing appropriate work programmes for all children in the designated class, within the framework of national, Trust and school policies.

2. To maintain assessment records and report on pupils’ progress to

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

1. To plan work for the class in accordance with national, Trust and school curriculum policies and in co-operation with subject and phase leaders to ensure that the children experience a broad, balanced, relevant and stimulating curriculum.

2. To ensure a close match between the learning experiences offered, and the individual needs of the children in the class, so as to give each child an opportunity to achieve to the maximum of his/her capability.

3. To make appropriate educational provision for children with SEN and those learning EAL, with support from the SENCo and EMA Co-ordinators

4. Where possible, to make sure that the majority of the children’s work is closely linked to first-hand practical experience.

5. To provide children with opportunities to manage their own learning and become independent learners.

6. To create a secure, happy and stimulating classroom environment, maintaining the highest standards of organisation, and discipline.

7. To foster each child’s self-image and esteem and establish relationships which are based on mutual respect.

8. To maintain a high standard of display both in the classroom and in other areas of the school.

9. To arrange for resources, equipment and materials to be available in such a way that they are properly cared for, easily accessible and will encourage the children to become more responsible for their own learning.

10. To work closely with colleagues to undertake medium and short term planning and the implementation of agreed schemes of work.

11. To assess children’s progress, maintain records and provide written reports to parents and carers in accordance with school policies.

12. To communicate and consult with parents and carers and with outside agencies, as necessary, about children’s progress and attainment.

13. To ensure that the school’s aims and objectives in relation to the curriculum, equal opportunities and discipline are promoted in every day classroom organisation and practice.

14. To liaise with support staff both school based & from other external bodies as required.

15. To take responsibility for the management of other adults in the classroom.

16. To take up the opportunity for continuous professional development through self-directed reading, courses and in-service training.

17. To undertake any other reasonable and relevant duties in accordance with the changing needs of the school.