To teach Geography across Key Stage 3, 4 and 5 age and ability range.
• To use excellent subject knowledge to plan and teach the curriculum to an international student population;
• To plan and deliver well informed and engaging lessons according to the BIC Teaching and Learning Framework;
• To plan differentiated lessons which match the full range of learners' needs;
• To use technology to support exciting teaching, the development of skills, and homework provision
• To manage the learning of students in a secure and friendly environment in which they can thrive;
• To use regular, thorough and accurate assessment following BIC Policies;
• To mark work and set targets, in line with the BIC Policies, which inform learners how to improve and therefore contribute to student progress;
• To provide accurate data on the progress of students taught and use this to monitor and evidence student progress;
• To be responsible for the health and safety of students who are in your care;
• To ensure the wellbeing of all students is safeguarded;
• To fulfil the role of Form Tutor as applicable;
• To demonstrate professional characteristics at all times with all stakeholders, colleagues, students and parents.
• To contribute to the school' continuous improvement.
• To attend meetings and professional development and professional development activities as required.
This job description will be updated on a regular basis in consultation with the post holder.
The above information is to help staff understand and appreciate the work content of their post and the role they are to play in the organisation. However, it should be noted that whilst every effort has been made to outline all the duties and responsibilities of the post, a document such as this does not permit every item to be specified in detail. Broad headings may therefore have been used, in which case all the usual associated duties are included in the job description.
About The School
The School is an outstanding Catholic school, welcoming of all faiths and none.
Founded in 1966 and now part of the Kent Catholic Schools Partnership, they have a strong family ethos based on Christian values which helps the young people in their care to succeed, not just academically but as a well-balanced individual.
As a faith-based community, they are particularly proud of the social, emotional and well-being support the provide to students. It is a real strength of the school and is the key to their students progressing beyond expectations, becoming resilient, confident and successful young people.
The School has a kind and caring community where students from all backgrounds, faiths and ethnic groups work well together, preparing them for higher education and employment and to be happy and valued members of the community
An emphasis on personal and spiritual development allows students to grow in the understanding of their own faith and others. Opportunities for prayer, reflection and collective worship in our peaceful chapels form an integral part of school life. Students have opportunities to take part in retreats to allow them time for teamwork, thought and evaluation of their own beliefs