Teaching all areas of the primarycurriculum;
Taking responsibility for theprogress of a class of primary-age pupils;
Organizing the classroom and learning resources andcreating displays to encourage a positive learningenvironment;
Planning, preparing andpresenting lessons that cater for the needs of the whole abilityrange within their class;
Motivating pupilswith enthusiastic, imaginative presentation;
Preparingand marking work to facilitate positive pupildevelopment;
Meeting requirements for theassessment and recording of pupils' development;
Providing feedback to parents and carers on apupil's progress at parents' evenings and othermeetings;
Coordinating activities andresources within a specific area of the curriculum, and supportingcolleagues in the delivery of this specialist area;
Working with others to plan and coordinatework;
Keeping up to date with changes anddevelopments in the structure of the curriculum;
Organizing and taking part in school events, outings, andactivities which may take place at weekends or in theevening;
Liaising with colleagues and workingflexibly, particularly in smaller schools;
Working with parents to maximize their involvement in theschool and the development of resources for the school;
Meeting with other professionals such as educationalpsychologists, if required.
Under the healthand safety regulations, all staff members have the responsibilityto operate in a manner that ensures the health and safety ofstudents and staff are maintained.
To run orto be involved in the delivery of an extracurricular activity (atleast once per week) to include after-school clubs, games and othersuitable activities.
The assigned task has tobe completed and implemented at a specific time.