For newly qualified and experienced teachers of Sport -
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
To effectively plan and prepare in a timely manner and teach on a range of courses (For example BTEC Sport Level 2/3 & Coaching Foundation degree), to mark and assess students' work including some examinations.
As part of effective planning develop schemes of work, lesson and assessment plans where appropriate ensuring schemes of work incorporate Equality & Diversity, English, Maths, Differentiation (support, stretch & challenge), Safeguarding, World of Work/Employability and Information & Learning Technologies Opportunities.
Provide effective teaching, learning and assessment, real working environments, workshops and external venues as appropriate ensuring resource material and teaching is of a high quality and reflects best practice as measured by retention, attendance, success rates, grades and value added.
Participate in the interviewing, enrolment and induction of learners.
Promote the importance of embedding Maths and English through on-going marking and assessment of maths and English during the programme of study.
To be responsible for a course (s) of study and be the key contact for specified courses for the Awarding body.
Provide on-going assessment and feedback to learners by setting and marking work which is both relevant and appropriate to the programme of study ensuring learners are prepared for exams and assessments.
To ensure the local environment, classrooms and corridors are maintained to a satisfactory level, ensuring that notice boards and displays are kept up-to-date and any defaults with equipment or furniture are reported promptly to management.
Maintain accurate and detailed student records including registers, target grades, destination data, monitoring and reviewing progress and producing reports and references.
To ensure that the verification processes meet the requirements of external moderation.
Contribute to enrichment programmes for learners.
Contribute to the maintenance of an effective, efficient and professional learning environment.
Participate in parents’ evenings, open evenings/days, learner recruitment, learner events, award events, conferences and other marketing events.
To supervise student visits and work placement programmes where appropriate.
Participate in course teams and other staff meetings and contribute to the management and development of learning/curriculum programmes ensuring the delivery of cost effective and efficient programmes.
To act as a personal tutor to at least one cohort and have the personal wellbeing of students at heart and signpost students to relevant support services or external services.
To develop and build effective relationships with students on a course of study.
Network with possible groups to support and be involved with community programmes