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North Bridge House Job Posts
Teacher of History, North Bridge House Canonbury
We are currently looking to recruit an exceptional teacher of History. The successful candidate will be a History graduate and possess recent experience of History GCSE/A-Level teaching. The ability to teach A-Level Politics would be advantageous but not essential.
Opened in September 2014 as the fifth and final addition to the North Bridge House family of schools, NBH Canonbury provides a first class education to approximately 200 students.
Small classes, highly motivated students and a stunning setting in the heart of London all contribute to making NBH Canonbury a special place in which to teach. Previous experience in the Independent School sector is not required but high expectations for children’s learning are essential.
Interested candidates should submit a completed application form plus an accompanying cover letter (no more than 2 sides of A4) outlining their suitability for this post. Applications should be sent to Canonbury@northbridgehouse.com
Closing date for applications: Friday 2nd March.
Interview date: Tuesday 6th March.
The job holder’s responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young person’s for whom s/he is responsible, or within whom s/he comes into contact will be to adhere to and ensure compliance with the relevant Cognita Safeguarding – Child Protection Policy and Procedures at all times. If in the course of carrying out the duties of the role, the job holder identifies any instances that a child is suffering or likely to suffer significant harm either at school or at home, s/he must report any concerns to the School’s Child Protection Office/Designated Safeguarding Leader or to the Head or indeed to the Regional CEO so that a referral can be made accordingly to Children’s Social care and/or to the Local Authority Designated Officer.
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To contribute to raising standards of student achievement in a subject area(s) by teaching a timetable of lessons and supporting the subject leader in the achievement of whole school and department goals as stated in the department’s strategic plan.
• Model and deliver outstanding practice in own subject area(s)
• To have high expectations of all students based on relevant data
• To support, challenge and stretch students as appropriate
• To teach using a variety of delivery methods which will stimulate learning, meeting the demands of the syllabus & the needs of the students
• To assess, record & report on the attainment, attendance & progress of students keeping such records as are required
• To provide or contribute to oral and written assessments, reports & references relating to individual or groups of students
• To prepare & update subject materials
• To maintain discipline in accordance with the school’s procedures and encourage good practice with regard to punctuality, behaviour & standards of work
• To assess students’ work in line with school policies & procedures referring to student performance targets
Curriculum Provision & Development
• To assist the subject leader in the development of appropriate syllabuses, resources, schemes of work & teaching strategies
• To contribute to the development & implementation of the subject’s strategic plan
• To plan & prepare courses and lessons
• To attend & contribute to subject meetings
Monitoring & Evaluation
• To use data, both externally & internally produced, to assess student performance and to develop appropriate courses of action
• To review on a regular basis methods of teaching
• To produce annual reports and mid term grades for all students taught
• To liaise with a Year Leader in implementing the school’s pastoral policies
• To register students and accompany them to assemblies where required
• To enable, encourage & support a forms participation in the Student Council
• To support the House system and the participation of students in House extra-curricular activities
• To report to the Year Leader problems experienced by students & how these may be resolved
• To communicate with parents & outside bodies as appropriate
• To be a form tutor to an assigned group of students (if required) and to attend relevant form tutor meetings
• To participate in the school’s staff development programme
• To continue personal development in relevant areas especially subject knowledge & teaching methods
• To engage actively with the school’s performance management programme
• Where appropriate, ensure the effective deployment of classroom support
• To work as a member of a team, positively contributing to effective working relations within the school
• To communicate, where necessary with parents and external bodies, following school policies
• To attend Open Evenings, Parents’ Evenings & Speech Night
• To attend morning assemblies
• To attend staff morning briefing unless on duty
• To report to the school’s Fire, Health & Safety Officer Fire, Health & Safety issues undertaking risk assessments where necessary
• To undertake before school, recess & bus duties as stated in the “Staff Duty Rota”
Principal working relationships
• All school non/teaching employees
• Parents and guardians
• Education establishments
• Teachers Pension Scheme
• Professional development
• School fee discount