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Class Teachers

(With possible leadership opportunities – TLR 2A)

Main Pay Scale (outer London)

September 2021

Coppice Primary School is an exciting, forward thinking school situated on the Hainault Estate in the London Borough of Redbridge.  Our school is well resourced with a Centre of Excellence housing our Learning Base of purposeful learning spaces including our Science Lab, Art Studio and Computing Suite. Our children and staff benefit from working closely with our expert practitioners in Computing, Art, Music, PE and Forest School. The school also works collaboratively with William Torbitt Primary School and the Redbridge Education Partnership which provide staff with exciting career opportunities and peer support.

We serve a diverse community of pupils aged 3-11 years old who are keen to learn, well behaved and aspire to achieve their full potential. We are keen to have a staff team who reflect our diverse community.

We are looking for fantastic teachers to join our dedicated team of professionals as we continue our journey to ‘outstanding’.  With a creative, cross curricular approach to learning, we are keen to attract individuals who are passionate about learning and interested in developing the whole child, whilst championing the basic skills of English and Mathematics. Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and encouraged.

Applications should be submitted to: admin@coppice.redbridge.sch.uk

Deadline: Friday 21st May at 12:00pm

Interviews: Thursday 27th May

Applications from NQTs/ECTs are welcomed and encouraged.

Coppice is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.  All staff will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. 

Coppice Primary School is an equal opportunities employer.

We believe that equality at our school should permeate all aspects of school life and is the responsibility of every member of the school and wider community. Every member of the school community should feel safe, secure, valued and of equal worth. At Coppice Primary School, equality is a key principle for treating all people the same irrespective of their age, disability, gender, gender-identity, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation.

 

 

Subject Leadership Job Description carrying TLR

 

Reports to:  SLT member responsible for curriculum

Responsible for: Agreed Curriculum Area

Main Purpose: To ensure a high quality curriculum

 

Leading a subject at Coppice plays a pivotal role in ensuring our children have an amazing school experience with a rich and varied curriculum that supports them on their journey to secondary school. 

 

  1. To ensure that there is consistency of teaching, and high standards of learning throughout the school in the subject(s) you lead.
  2. To develop the teaching and learning of the subject area(s) and coordinate the development of cohesive and effective medium term plans across all year groups, from EYFS to Year 6.
  3. To support staff to ensure their medium term plans reflect the key elements of the National Curriculum and Coppice Schemes of Work
  4. To support, motivate and advise staff, and work alongside them in the development of their classroom practice, where appropriate
  5. To review, monitor and evaluate current practice (including policies) and provide feedback to the Senior Leadership Team;
  6. To lead by example, through exemplary classroom practice; taking a leading role in promoting high expectations to raise standards in your subject area(s) across the school
  7. To disseminate information to the staff, and provide INSET to promote staff development and improve classroom practice;
  8. To maintain an up-to-date knowledge of local and national initiatives, by attending relevant courses and meetings
  9. To ensure up to date knowledge of new curriculum initiatives
  10. To be responsible for the budgets allocated and prioritise resource needs as indicated in the School Improvement Plan.
  11. To contribute towards the School Improvement Plan carrying out Action Plan and Work Logs
  12. To collect assessment data and analyse to find trends and areas for development
  13. To promote positive relationships with parents through organising meetings and being available to listen to their concerns
  14. To integrate school and local policies on equal opportunities into the agreed subject/area and implement support or change where appropriate
  15. To maintain an electronic subject leader’s file to provide evidence on standards
  16. To write an annual SEF (updated termly)
  17. To lead a  weekly 30 minute club relating to your subject
  18. To report to Governors termly
  19. Lead assemblies to promote your subject
  20. To carry out any other duties in relation to this position as directed by the Headteacher
     

 

The school pays a TLR for the subject and therefore expects the vast majority of leadership tasks to take place outside of directed time.  There are times when it is important for leaders to be enabled to take part in activities during the school day for example lesson observations, modelling lessons or meeting with pupils.  For these activities, leaders are expected to book time with the headteacher or deputy headteacher with enough notice (at least 7 school days) to plan for the appropriate cover arrangements. 

 

Class Teachers

Main Pay Scale (outer London)

September 2021

Coppice Primary School is an exciting, forward thinking school situated on the Hainault Estate in the London Borough of Redbridge.  Our school is well resourced with a Centre of Excellence housing our Learning Base of purposeful learning spaces including our Science Lab, Art Studio and Computing Suite. Our children and staff benefit from working closely with our expert practitioners in Computing, Art, Music, PE and Forest School. The school also works collaboratively with William Torbitt Primary School and the Redbridge Education Partnership which provide staff with exciting career opportunities and peer support.

We serve a diverse community of pupils aged 3-11 years old who are keen to learn, well behaved and aspire to achieve their full potential. We are keen to have a staff team who reflect our diverse community.

We are looking for fantastic teachers to join our dedicated team of professionals as we continue our journey to ‘outstanding’.  With a creative, cross curricular approach to learning, we are keen to attract individuals who are passionate about learning and interested in developing the whole child, whilst championing the basic skills of English and Mathematics. Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and encouraged.

Applications should be submitted to: admin@coppice.redbridge.sch.uk

Deadline: Friday 21st May at 12:00pm

Interviews: Thursday 27th May

Applications from NQTs/ECTs are welcomed and encouraged.

Coppice is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.  All staff will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. 

Coppice Primary School is an equal opportunities employer.

We believe that equality at our school should permeate all aspects of school life and is the responsibility of every member of the school and wider community. Every member of the school community should feel safe, secure, valued and of equal worth. At Coppice Primary School, equality is a key principle for treating all people the same irrespective of their age, disability, gender, gender-identity, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation.

 

 

 

Coppice Primary School

Aspire, Believe, Achieve

Job Description

Class Teacher

To carry out the duties of  school teacher as set out in the 2017 School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document’ (updated September 2020) and as outlined in the Teacher Standards 2012.

To demonstrate and disseminate exemplary learning and teaching practice in line with school policies and processes.

Teaching Role

  1. To teach a class at any level throughout the school.
  2. To be a committed and active member of the staff team and school community.
  3. To share the planning within a specified year group and to prepare and evaluate activities that lead to the effective education of the pupils in your change through half termly, weekly and daily plans.
  4. To liaise effectively with appropriate teachers when providing cover to your class, including supply cover for course attendance and PPA release.
  5. To maintain effective records of pupil progress of the assigned class, including all groups and individual pupils, using teacher assessment and any other agreed system.
  6. To ensure the good behaviour of all pupils in the school, supporting whole school procedures especially those in your care.
  7. To be committed to the maintenance of high standards and equality of education throughout the school.
  8. To effectively deploy support staff to impact on pupils’ learning.
  9. To follow the agreed school procedure for the display and presentation of pupils’ work, ensuring that appropriate support staff are briefed fully regarding the presentation of a display should you decide the need for one.
  10. To meet and inform parents of the children’s progress, attitudes, attainments and targets through formal and informal meetings, both before, during and after school.
  11. To promote the vision, aims and values of the school and to contribute to their development.
  12. To play a full part in the life of the school, including staff meetings and briefings, INSET, assemblies, clubs, liaising with key stake holders and school policy making.
  13. To participate fully in the school self-evaluation process including lesson observations and other appropriate evaluation activities (such as work and planning samples, moderation etc.).
  14. To implement all school policies, promoting equal opportunities for all.
  15. To undertake any other particular duty reasonably assigned by the head teacher from time to time.
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