Be able to achieve high standardsin teaching effectively to the required age group measured in thepupil s application of the material taught, classroom managementand assessment, recording and reporting pupils progress.
Have in-depth knowledge of the subject
Contribute to the school individually and through the PEdepartment-sponsored events
Evaluateacademic and social growth of students, prepares report cards, andkeep accurate attendance and grade records.
Develop curricula, present lessons, evaluate studentperformance.
In charge of preparing andgrading examinations, working with parents on student performance,and supervising student behaviour.
Work inteams with the rest of the faculty to prepare standardisedtests.
Participate in the planning andimplementation of their school's policies and regulationsfor all students.
Make accurate andproductive use of assessment including using data to monitorprogress, set targets and plan subsequent lessons.
Give students regular feedback, both orally and, throughaccurate and diagnostic marking in line with the School s markingpolicy encouraging students to respond to the feedback.
Record and make use of summative and formativeassessments to secure progress.
Participate in meetings atschool, which relate to the curriculum for the school or theadministration or organisation of the school, including pastoralarrangements.
Attend parents meetings and beappropriately prepared to discuss student achievement andwell-being.