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Head Of Spanish

Lokasyon: ENFIELD CHASE, MIDDLESEX Maaş: 35000 - 47000 GBP Per Annum
Sektör: Education Meslek türü: Sözleşmeli
Çalışma Şekli: N/A Başvurular: 4
Yayınlandı: 8 ay önce Referans numarası: 3143979
A Head of Faculty - Spanish Teacher
TLR 2b
April 2018
Enfield - North London

We are looking for a talented and creative who exudes passion for their subject to join an outstanding Jewish school in the north London area - Enfield Borough. You will be an excellent classroom practitioner who wants to collaborate and to manage a forward thinking team within an outstanding faculty. You will have a keen focus on student progress and bring energy and enthusiasm to the team. 

A review of the school curriculum (recently completed) has made success in Languages a key priority: the successful candidate will have the leadership, self-awareness and ambition to help us realise that, with the support of the Head of Faculty and a loyal and enthusiastic team. The ability to offer French to Key Stage 4 would be an advantage, although not essential.

Main duties within the curriculum area:
To keep up to date with national and developments in the curriculum and in pedagogy, and to lead the
evaluation and development of the subject
To prepare and implement an assessment and feedback policy consistent with the school policy and to
ensure that appropriate home learning is set and marked and accurate records kept on all students
To lead the process of assessment for publicly examined courses in accordance with regulations, and to
maintain accreditation with the relevant examination and validating bodies
To co-ordinate with the Director of the PSRP (special resource provision) and the Director of Inclusion to
ensure successful inclusion of, and appropriate support for, all students
To ensure that teachers input and analyse academic data effectively, to inform teaching and learning, the
setting of subject specific targets and targeted interventions for students or groups
To communicate as necessary with parents, including attending relevant Parents’ Meetings.
To attend subject leaders’ meetings as required and to brief subject staff members as necessary
To ensure that the policies of the school are implemented by staff, and reflected in the department’s own policies and practice
To provide information as required by the school’s timetabler, Examinations Officer, Data Manager or
other support staff
To assist in the recruitment, induction and ongoing professional development of new staff
To coach, mentor and line manage members of staff, and hold regular meetings to ensure effective

Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
Experience of teaching the subject at KS3, KS4, A level and/or BTEC as appropriate
A track record of Good or Outstanding teaching
Evidence of appropriate ongoing professional development
Skills/Professional Qualities
Good knowledge of current developments in pedagogy and in the curriculum
High expectations of students’ progress, outcomes and behaviour
The ability to use ICT effectively to engage students
The ability to differentiate materials to meet the needs of learners
Effective behaviour management strategies
An understanding of how to use assessment to inform planning for good teaching/learning
An understanding of academic data at school, local and national level, and the ability to use it to identify
and rectify underperformance
Leadership/Personal Qualities
Vision for the development of the curriculum area
Commitment to supporting the School’s unique Jewish ethos (there is no requirement or need for applicants to be Jewish)
Always prepared to put the students’ needs first
An effective, flexible and enthusiastic leader
Confident in sensitively but assertively addressing under-performance
Ability to listen and effectively communicate and negotiate with a variety of audiences
Diplomatic, with the ability to develop and maintain effective relationships
Ability to act quickly and sensitively under pressure, and to manage own and others’ workloads
 A team player respected by others
 Energetic and enthusiastic with an excellent sense of humour
 A ‘can do’ positive approach: open and constructive, accepting of feedback and willing to learn
 Excellent attendance and punctuality record
 Awareness of and commitment to Equal Opportunities; a commitment to working with students from
diverse backgrounds

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