To plan and deliver a Preschool curriculum to children as they prepare for transition to Reception the following year.
Teaching: You are expected to teach the Preschool children who will be making the transition to our own Reception classes the following year. This will involve at least the following:
(a) planning and preparing adult and pupil-led sessions including circle time, quiet periods and indoor and outdoor learning
(b) supporting children with their access to specialist sessions in music and languages
(c) demonstrating in your planning and teaching a
commitment to differentiation
(d) engagement with a wide range of resources
outside the classroom
(e) recording and reporting on the development, progress and attainment of all the
children whom you teach and demonstrating the necessary planning which supports this.
Other Academic Duties
You are expected to do the following:
(a) attend Departmental meetings, seminars, symposia and INSET (whole-staff or Departmental) as arranged
(b) attend whole-staff meetings as arranged
(c) report to parents on the progress of each pupil you teach by way of written reports and in person either at individual times as requested by parents or at Parents Evenings
(d) in general, promote the academic performance, progress and well-being of every
pupil you teach
(e) provide guidance as requested on academic matters
(f) fulfil the necessary academic administration for your subject.
(a) In addition to your teaching timetable, you may be asked to cover periods for colleagues who are absent for any reason.
(b) You are expected to attend Morning Assemblies and half-termly Chapel Services.
(c) You are expected to attend House Assemblies as a tutor, Commemoration Service and speeches, and other events, and similar important school functions.
(d) You are expected to carry out other reasonable duties as requested by your line manager, or the Headmaster.