Coordinator of Numeracy & Intervention
LCJ Education are working directly with the heads of a new group of schools based central from Sunderland, South Shields & Newcastle.
This position will start in September 2017.
They are a unique SEMH provision following a therapeutic, humanistic approach to education and childhood development.
Their goal is to ensure that vulnerable SEMH children stay within an educational setting or return from home education before eventually returning to mainstream or specialist provision’s as quickly as possible.
Must have experience working with SEN pupils.
MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB:
• To achieve the highest possible standards and outcomes for all pupils
• To develop a cohesive and personalised programme of learning for all pupils.
• To support the Senior Leadership Team in creating lasting improvement in the quality of provision and the management of teaching and learning through professionalism and high expectations.
• To promote a culture of numeracy and maths across the school
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE JOB HOLDER:
To contribute to the development and improvement of pupil’s participation in learning and school life.
Teaching and Learning
All teaching staff have a commitment to the following:
1. Plan and deliver a numeracy scheme using agreed assessment models and standardised scores for all learners
2. Deliver and facilitate dynamic, creative and active lessons.
3. Plan according to our Teaching and Learning Policy.
4. Provide feedback and feedforward as per our Marking and Feedback Policy.
5. Termly submissions of schemes of work to line manager.
6. Identify the individual learning needs of all pupils.
7. Monitor and review the progress of all pupils and contributing to IEPs and annual reviews of pupils.
8. Maintain pupil and class records, prepare and present reports.
9. Assessment monitoring and evaluation in line with our Policy.
10. Set pupil targets on half termly basis.
11. Prepare school reports in line with statutory requirements for reporting to parents and carers and to adhere to the annual schedule for completion of pupil profiles including attendance.
12. Take responsibility for tracking pupil progress and for the collation and monitoring of data to support teaching and learning.
13. Set and mark regular homework.
14. Undertake regular sampling and moderation of pupil’s work.
15. Identify and manage relevant resources required to sustain and embed high quality teaching and learning.
16. Keep abreast of developments in all relevant aspects of the curriculum.
Contacts & Relationships
1. To work in partnership with a range of agencies and providers as appropriate to deliver a broad and balanced curriculum offer.
2. To work with the SLT on the development plan and any other academy wide plans as directed.
3. To attend team meetings and participate in activities that support the senior leadership team in the maintenance of discipline and ethos.
4. To assist and support other members of staff to ensure the smooth running of the school including involvement in offsite activities.
1. To work as directed by the Executive Headteacher.
2. To promote a high level of safeguarding understanding for all pupils.
3. To take an active role in encouraging good attendance of pupils.
4. To carry out the duties of a teacher as set out in the School Teachers
Pay and Conditions document.
5. To adhere to Part 1 and 2 of the Teachers Standards at all times.
6. To carry out the duties and responsibilities of the post in accordance with our policies and relevant to health and safety guidance and legislation.
7. To use IT systems as required to carry out duties of the post in the most effective manner.
8. To participate in performance management and undertake training and professional development as appropriate.
9. To undertake other duties appropriate to the post that may reasonably be required by SLT.
10. To ensure that all services within the areas of responsibility are provided in accordance with commitment to high quality provision.
11. At all times carry out the responsibilities of the post with regard to Equal opportunity policies.
12. Attend school-based meetings and complete relevant administrative tasks.
13. Undertake any other duties commensurate with the level of the post, as required to ensure the efficient and effective running.
14. Be physically fit and prepared to undertake positive handling training with all staff as required by the SLT.
15. Be prepared to use, and support other staff, using positive handling techniques as a last resort in conflict management.
The scope of this profile reflects the needs of the academy at the present time; it is not intended to be a fully inclusive or exhaustive list. The post holder may therefore be expected to work flexibly and perform such other duties other than those given in the job description.
The particular duties and responsibilities attached to the post may vary from time to time without changing the general character of the duties or the level of responsibility entailed. The profile will be subject to continuous review as the needs and requirements of the academy change over time.
Excellent references are also required.
Interviews are immediate so please send your CV details over ASAP or feel free to give us a call for further details.
It is very important that applicants understand that this role requires a formal qualification that is recognised in the UK.
Due to sheer volumes of applications, we are unable to respond to applicants that do not meet the qualification requirements - if you would like to discuss your qualifications before application please contact a member of the LCJ Education team.
Please note that if you have applied and we have not contacted you within 5 working days, it is fair to assume that due to a number of possible reasons your application will not be pursued further in this instance.