• Career Opening at Noble Hall Leadership Academy for Girls

  • Posted on: 22 October, 2014 Deadline: 31 October, 2014
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  • Noble Hall Leadership Academy for Girls, a school dedicated to educating the total person - intellectual, spiritually, socially, physically and emotionally. Our ultimate aim is to create a new cadre of confident female leaders who are committed to making a positive difference.

    Noble Hall Leadership Academy for Girls is recruiting to fill the position of:

    Teacher - Physical Education & Art

     

    Job Description

    •     Effectively organize space, equipment, and students.
    •     Provide adequate equipment that allows all children to be active at the same time (e.g., one ball per child).
    •     Limit teacher talk or instruction time.
    •     Plan practice opportunities that are structured for maximum participation (e.g., individual, partner, and small-group activities; nonelimination activities; activities that require no wait time).
    •     Structure the class so that learning occurs while students are being physically active.
    •     With maximum and quality activity time, children become more skilled, knowledgeable, and physically fit

    Responsibilities

    •     Promote and safeguard the welfare of children and young persons for whom you are responsible and with whom you come into contact
    •     Plan and prepare courses and lessons
    •     Teach, according to their educational needs, the groups assigned to you, including the setting and marking of work
    •     Set work which can be graded each week, if possible incorporating a weekly test
    •     Inspect all student portfolios regularly and insist they are kept in good order
    •     Ensure that a visual record of students’ work is maintained each year; film and photograph final Summer exhibition work
    •     Promote the general progress and well-being of students in your care
    •     Provide students with guidance on educational and social matters relating to their studies and future careers
    •     Assist the Head of Department with the compiling of portfolios, checking of application forms and personal statements and providing references for students applying to Art Colleges
    •     Provide a detailed typed report on each student each term
    •     Communicate and consult with parents and other persons or agencies outside the school as required
    •     Participate in meetings, particularly the regular Monday staff meeting, regular departmental meetings and any meetings with parents
    •     Participate in any arrangements for further training and professional development
    •     Review methods of teaching and programmes of work from time to time
    •     Keep all teacher materials up-to-date
    •     Work closely with the Head of Department and assist with the preparation and introduction of new courses and schemes of work
    •     Promote Art, Textiles and Photography within the school and contribute material to the website
    •     Maintain good order and discipline with your students both inside and outside the classroom
    •     Take good care of your teaching space and all teaching materials provided by the school
    •     Stand in for a colleague should he/she be away
    •     Set work for your classes if you are away from school for any reason
    •     Participate in supervisory duties or sporting activities during the afternoons
    •     Drive students to school in the morning and to activities in the afternoons and back to the Houses in the evening provided you have the appropriate licence
    •     Distribute the weekly grades to your personal tutor group each Monday evening
    •     Safeguard the Health and Safety of students in your care
    •     Participate in arrangements for preparing students for their external examinations including marking and recording coursework
    •     Invigilate if asked to
    •     Provide individual help for students as required.
    •     Dress appropriately at all times – the male dress code includes a tie
    •     Carry out general duties and responsibilities as deemed reasonable.

    Requirements:

    •     First degree and/or teaching degree
    •     At least five years teaching experience
    •     Evidence of further professional study e.g. Masters
    •     Professional association with a recognized body is an added advantage
    •     IGCSE certificate would be a plus
    •     Teaching experience in an international school would be a plus

    Method of Application

    Applications should consist of a covering letter of no more than 2 A4 sides and a current CV with photograph to be e-mailed to: info@noblehall.com

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