The following are the key duties and responsibilities:
The role is both to bring inspirational teaching to ICT and Computing in the curriculum, and
to contribute to the school’s co-curricular provision.
Given the nature of the role, and the need to be flexible and adaptable, this is not an
exhaustive list and all the School’s job descriptions include the following “Other duties from time to time as directed by the Headmistress”.
The part-time Teacher in Charge of ICT and Computing will be managed by the Deputy
Head (Academic) on a day to day basis.
- Teach ICT and Computing to pupils in Key Stage 3
- Teach ICT iGCSE to pupils in the Fifth Year (Year 11) in the Spring and Summer
- Teach the ICT skills course to girls in the Lower Sixth.
- Encourage pupils’ progress and engender enthusiasm for ICT and Computing.
- Run a weekly ICT and Computing co-curricular activity after school (in club time).
- Keep records of work covered and pupils’ progress.
- Attend parents’ evenings for all classes taught.
- Prepare pupil reports in line with the School’s reporting protocol.
- Attend Continuing Professional Development courses.
- Attend all Staff, Department and Head of Department meetings including INSET at
the start of each term.
- Attend Open mornings and Education Days on occasional Saturdays if required.
- Act in the capacity of a Tutor for a group of girls.
- Take prep duty after school, on average three to five evenings per term (pro-rata for
- Carry out a weekly break or lunch time duty.
- Organise and participate in educational visits.
- Cover for absent colleagues.
- Be a member of one of the school’s Houses, attend House meetings, House events
and the annual House Party.
- Maintain a positive and professional approach with pupils, parents and colleagues.
- Actively promote good behaviour amongst pupils.
- Follow the School policy in the consistent use of pupil rewards and sanctions.
- Positively promote the school in the community including outreach work with local
maintained schools and other organisations.
- Attend some occasions such as concerts, plays and other parent/staff social events as
- Other duties as occasionally directed by the Headmistress or Deputy Heads.
Please see the Application Pack for further details.
St George's is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Criminal Records Bureau.
St George's School is an equal opportunities employer