Are you a Primary School teacher looking for your next career move? Are you passionate about supporting to shape the lives of Primary school children in Portsmouth?

The Victory Primary School are looking to appoint a part-time Reception Teacher to start in September 2020 (working days negotiable to be discussed with candidate)

Main Responsibilities:

To share and actively support the aims of the school.
To share in responsibility for, and actively promote, the provision of a safe, secure, caring, stimulating, well-ordered and well-maintained learning environment for all our children.
To meet the social, emotional and physical needs of the children.
To stimulate the children’s intellectual curiosity, foster enthusiasm for learning and maintain motivation.
To set high expectations for pupil achievement and behaviour, establishing and maintaining a good standard of discipline through well-focussed teaching and positive and productive relationships.
To ensure outstanding progress for all pupils.
To prepare and lead outstanding lessons which both engage and excite pupils.

Role Tasks:

To use consistently and effectively a range of strategies for teaching and classroom management, ensuring that there is appropriate pace and challenge in lessons for all pupils, lesson objectives are met and time used effectively.
To maintain records of pupil achievement in accordance with school policy and to use information about attainment to set focussed targets for each pupil to ensure high standards of achievement.
To provide all pupils with effective feedback and opportunities to reflect on their learning.
To demonstrate that all pupils including the more able, children with Special Educational Needs and vulnerable groups of children make outstanding and consistent progress against their prior attainment.
To make effective use of ICT to support teaching and learning.
To manage efficiently and creatively the full range of resources available, including adults other than teachers.
To report to parents on the progress achieved by their child and the action required for further improvement.
To liaise and work effectively with other professionals and agencies involved in the assessment and provision of pupils’ needs, e.g. Educational Psychologists and the school’s SENCo.
To contribute to whole school improvement by responding positively to a need for change, undertaking professional development and sharing ideas, skills, knowledge and expertise with colleagues.
To demonstrate improvement in teaching and pupils’ learning as a result of professional development.
To have responsibility for the leadership of subject areas or aspects of the school as described within the agreed school staff structure.
To provide opportunities for extra-curricular activities.
To carry out any other duties commensurate with the level of responsibility of the post.