Monitoring, assessment, recording and reporting
• Assess how well learning objectives have been achieved and use them to improve speciﬁc
aspects of teaching.
• Mark and monitor pupil’s work and set targets for progress.
• Assess and record pupil’s progress systematically and keep records to check work is
understood and completed, monitor strengths and weaknesses, inform planning and
recognise the level at which the pupil is achieving.
• Prepare and present informative reports to parents.
• Undertaking pastoral and tutorial duties, and supporting pupils on an individual basis
through academic or personal difﬁculties; monitor attendance and punctuality and report any
concerns to Parents and Head of Year Pastoral Deputy Head or the Head of Secondary as
Other professional requirements are to:
• Operate at all times within the stated policies and practices of the school.
• Endeavour to give every child the opportunity to reach their potential and meet high
• Contribute to the life of the school through effective participation in meetings and
management systems necessary to coordinate the management of the school.
• Ensure your own professional development.
• Develop appropriate liaison with all teaching and support staff.
• Liaise effectively with parents and actively promote their involvement in the life of the school.
• Actively lead and develop the subject area as part of the wider, extra-curricular offer.
Other subject speciﬁc expectations will be directed by the Head of Department or the Head of
Secondary School and Sixth Form.
Education and Skills
• Fully qualiﬁed teacher.
• Excellent classroom management skills and able to follow the school’s disciplinary code.
• Excellent subject knowledge.
• Full understanding of Equal Opportunities and able to implement in everyday practice.
• Further qualiﬁcations and track record of professional development.