Primary SCITT Assistant Lead
This is an exciting new role as a Primary SCITT Assistant Lead for someone who is passionate about developing trainee teachers in their first years of their teaching career and supporting the MAT and SCITT partnership of schools to meet its local recruitment needs.
• Reports to: Yorkshire and Humber Teacher Training Primary Lead
• Responsibilities: Quality Assurance. Delivery of Professional Studies training programme.
• Starting Date: ASAP. One day a week. As needed during the 5 Assessment Points throughout the year and key training points.
YHTT will fund the salary and on costs plus any supply costs. Mileage expenses will be paid.
Assessment 1: 12/10/20 - 25/10/20
Assessment 2: 30/11/20 - 11/12/20
Assessment 3: 01/03/21 – 12/03/21
Assessment 4: 19/04/21 – 30/04/21
Assessment 5: 14/06/21 – 25/06/21
This job description is not prescriptive and may be changed, in consultation with the post holder, to meet the changing needs of the MAT, Training Provider (YHTT) and SCITT provision.
This is a strategic role for the support and development of the Primary Programme. The post holder will work closely with the Primary Lead and will be accountable to the SCITT Director of YHTT and SCITT Board. The post will be part of a larger ITT team across the Partnership of schools and they will be expected to play a role in the early career development of Primary trainees.
• Visit partnership schools to ensure quality training is being delivered.
• Liaise with the internal and external moderators and report their findings to the SCITT Board
• Assess, record and report on trainees’ progress through their ITT year
• Monitor and ensure the quality of course provision and contribute to other aspects of quality assurance procedures, including Teaching and Learning developments. ·
• Engage in research, and maintain a good understanding of contemporary developments in the initial teacher training and continuous professional development of primary school teachers.
• Support the Primary Lead with reporting on analysis of key evaluative data.
• Undertake any other duties and responsibilities as appropriate to the role as agreed by the SCITT Director.
The Constellation Trust 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.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.