Teacher of Art
Fixed term, part time position (10 teaching contact hours over 2 full days)
Start date: September 2019 to August 2020
We're looking for an exceptional teacher to work at our prestigious Bellerbys College, based in Greenwich, London. In this job you'll teach Art and Design modules across GCSE and A Level but predominantly Foundation programmes. You'll be passionate about your subjects.
You will be responsible for the learning and achievement of all pupils in your classes ensuring equality of opportunity for all. Work proactively and effectively in collaboration with learners, other staff and external agencies in the best interests of pupils.
We are looking for teachers with primary experience in Textiles, Crafts or Fashion to work within a small Art Department with small classes of 12-15 students.
Teaching and learning: Delivery of lessons
- Ensure subject knowledge is up-to-date and sufficient to meet the academic and assessment needs of all students in assigned classes
- Deliver programmes in accordance with the curriculum and with college curriculum policies and schemes of work, ensuring that schemes are updated and adapted throughout programme delivery to reflect the progress and evolving needs of students
- Employ a diverse range of teaching and learning practices that motivate, engage, challenge and inspire students to fulfil their individual academic potential
Teaching and learning: Student progress
- Ensure that students understand the learning objectives of their programme and of each individual teaching and learning activity
- Record and/or monitor the attendance, academic progress and welfare of students in assigned classes/tutor groups and report or manage concerns in accordance with Bellerbys College academic and welfare policies and procedures.
Teaching and learning: Supporting students
- Provide support to students who have additional/special educational needs or disability, to help them to reach their academic potential
- Provide opportunities within class time, through homework and trips/visits for students to develop and practice English language skills and enrich their subject learning
- Advise and support students regarding their progression to university or to their next programme of study, in line with the progress management and progression policies.
- UK recognised teaching qualification
- Subject relevant degree
- Previous teaching experience of Art is essential. Experience of teaching photography, or another subject is desirable, but not essential
- Competitive salary
- 30 days holiday
- Enhanced pension scheme, season ticket loans, cycle to work scheme, Wellbeing centre, and much more.
We are a global pathway provider in International Education, working collaboratively with a number of Top Tier Universities. Voted as the 2017 and 2018 Global Pathway Provider of the year, our people are united with the shared ambition of providing a world-class UK education to talented students from across the globe.
Study Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students, and expects all staff and volunteers to share the same dedication. Applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the role, including checks with past employers, an Enhanced Check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and overseas criminal records if appropriate.
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