Planning appropriate lessons to meet national curriculum guidelines, keeping up to date with changes.
Creating engaging lessons to involve pupils of all abilities, coordinating with colleagues and TAs where needed.
Setting up the classroom, organising displays and equipment.
Using a mix of resources to enhance pupil’s exploration of the topic.
Using different teaching methods, including whole class, group work, independent research, demonstrations, experiments and play, to motivate and encourage interaction in the class.
Encouraging children to work together to achieve goals.
Providing help and support to individual pupils as required, taking responsibility for their academic progress.
Carrying out assessments and setting homework.
Completing administrative work. E.g., taking registers, updating records, marking work and writing reports.
Creating a learning environment that pupils respect.
Setting expectations for discipline and behaviour including dealing with inappropriate behaviour according to school policy.
Providing a safe, healthy environment, and following safeguarding procedures.
Organising outings, after school clubs, social activities and sports events.
Participating in training and development activities.
Attending meetings and parent’s evenings.
Liaising with senior leadership, parents and external bodies in relation to progress, behaviour, child protection and health.