¥300,000 - ¥335,000 / Month
Successful teaching experience in an Early Years setting.
Experience of assessing pupils.
High level of personal skill in and passion for EYFS teaching and innovation.
Interest in innovative activity design and integration of creativity and the arts
Disposition – evidence of:
Personal and intellectual qualities required to set an example to others.
Ability to work on own initiative and be proactive.
Commitment to excellence and to raise the skills and personal achievements of all pupils.
Flexibility, drive, energy and enthusiasm.
Approachability and a sense of humour.
Knowledge, skills and abilities:
Knowledge and understanding of the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum
An awareness of key child development stages.
Ability to be a good team player with a good understanding of how teamwork contributes to school improvement.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to work under pressure, prioritise tasks and manage time effectively in order to meet deadlines.
The post holder will be required to exercise her/his professional skills and judgement to carry out, in a collaborative manner, the professional duties set out below:-
1. Development of the school
Supporting the vision, positive ethos and policies of CIS and work to develop the teaching, learning and attainment of pupils
Working with the team in achieving the priorities and targets which the school sets for itself in implementing an innovative and arts-focussed curriculum.
2. Teaching and Learning
Working as part of a team to plan and prepare stimulating, challenging, enjoyable learning opportunities which take into account the individual abilities of the pupils in the class.
Supporting the development and on-going review of the school’s curriculum.
Being an exemplary teacher, clearly demonstrating that all pupils’ needs are met and their learning is challenging.
Giving immediate oral/written feedback to pupils about their learning so that they know how to improve.
Assessing, recording and reporting on the development, progress and attainment of pupils.
Supporting the development of the school’s assessment procedures.
Maintaining high standards of behaviour in all learning situations.
Communicating and consulting with the parents/carers of pupils about their child’s experience and progress
Informing and managing Teaching Assistants in support roles in lessons where relevant.
Working closely with the whole school team to secure and maintain excellent communication and high standards across the school.
4. Other Specific Responsibilities
Participating in continuing professional development (CPD) activities
Participating in the review and management of performance
In liaison with team and school leaders, support local day trips to enhance and encourage the skills and experience of all pupils.
Registering attendance of pupils and supervising pupils whether before, during or after school.
Running high quality extra-curricular activities
Contributing to and attending whole school and community events throughout the year
Take on other duties and responsibilities as directed by the Head of School.