The teaching and learning of Modern Foreign Languages from Reception to Year 6.
Line Managed by:
Deputy Head [Academic] of the Infant and Junior School
To teach a range of Modern Foreign Languages in an inspiring and age appropriate manner to achieve the best outcomes for the pupils in the Infant and Junior School.
• To provide a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum according to the school guidelines, recognising the various needs, interests and abilities of the pupils.
• To plan and prepare lessons in order to best deliver the Nottingham High School Curriculum ensuring breadth and balance in all subjects.
• To identify clear teaching objectives and learning outcomes, with appropriate challenge and high expectations.
• To maximise the learning of all pupils by ensuring effectual differentiation of learning activities and effective use of support staff.
Assessing and Reporting:
• To keep careful and accurate records of pupil progress (both formative and summative assessments) using our online pupil progress tracker.
• To ensure work is regularly marked in accordance with Nottingham High Infant and Junior School Assessment Guidance.
• To formally report to parents by means of interim and yearly written reports.
• To share with colleagues the responsibility for the supervision and welfare of all the children in the Infant and Junior School.
• To promote high expectations of behaviour and implement the Infant and Junior School behaviour policy.
• To take an active part in our assemblies programme.
• To take an active part in our extensive co-curricular and trips and visits programme.
• Support and contribute to the school’s responsibility for safeguarding students.
• Work within the school’s health and safety policy to ensure a safe working environment for staff, students and visitors.
• Work towards and support the school vision and the current school objectives outlined in the School Development Plan.
• To participate in staff meetings and to help to plan, to contribute to and take part in in-service training.
• To be prepared to continually update practice and participate in professional development opportunities.
• Maintain high professional standards of attendance, punctuality, appearance, conduct and positive, courteous relations with students, parents and colleagues.
• Undertake other reasonable duties related to the job purpose required from time to time.
• To participate in the extra-curricular programme and wider life of the school.
Further details are available on the School website.
Completed application forms should reach the School by 10am on Monday 7th October 2019. Interviews are scheduled to take place on Friday 11th October
This role constitutes Regulated Activity and an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service disclosure, with a check of the Children’s Barred List, is required for this position in addition to other pre-employment checks.
Nottingham High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.