Primary

Line manager: Key Stage Co-ordinator

The Class Teacher is expected to:

  • encourage high standards in all aspects of school life
  • contribute to the effective and efficient management of the School
  • promote a school culture that is happy, purposeful and productive
  • support and motivate pupils, teachers and other school employees
  • encourage consultation and discussion.

Class Teachers are responsible for the academic progress and the general welfare and happiness of the pupils in their class. They are responsible for helping support colleagues within Primary and for participating fully in the work of Primary. They are also responsible for co-ordinating the work of teaching assistants within their class. Furthermore, they should help promote a working atmosphere that encourages cooperation and values the contribution that individuals make to the work of Primary. Click here to learn about the responsibilities of the Class Teacher.

Line manager: Head of Primary

The Music Teacher is expected to:

  • encourage high standards in all aspects of school life
  • contribute to the effective and efficient management of the School
  • promote a school culture that is happy, purposeful and productive
  • support and motivate pupils, teachers and other school employees
  • encourage consultation and discussion.

The Music Teacher is responsible for the academic progress of the pupils they teach. She is responsible for helping support colleagues within the Primary and for participating fully in the work of Primary. Furthermore, she should help promote a working atmosphere that encourage co-operation and values the contribution that individuals make to the work of Primary.

Click here to learn about the responsibilities of the Music Teacher.

Line manager: Key Stage Co-ordinator or Class Teacher

The Primary Learning Assistant (LA) is expected to:

  • encourage high standards in all aspects of school life
  • contribute to the effective and efficient management of the School
  • promote a school culture that is happy, purposeful and productive
  • support and motivate pupils, teachers and other school employees
  • encourage consultation and discussion.

Primary LAs are responsible for helping support colleagues within Primary and for participating fully in the work of Primary. Furthermore, they should help promote a working atmosphere that encourages co-operation and values the contribution that individuals make to the work of Primary. Click here to learn about the responsibilities of the Teaching Assistant.

Line manager: Head of Primary

The P.E. Teacher is expected to:

  • encourage high standards in all aspects of school life
  • contribute to the effective and efficient management of the School
  • promote a school culture that is happy, purposeful and productive
  • support and motivate pupils, teachers and other school employees
  • encourage consultation and discussion.
  • run the PE department efficiently and effectively.

The P.E. Teacher is responsible for all aspects to ensure the smooth running of the PE department including the progress of the pupils they teach. She is responsible for helping support colleagues within the Primary and for participating fully in the work of Primary. Furthermore, she should help promote a working atmosphere that encourages cooperation and values the contribution that individuals make to the work of Primary. Click here to learn more about the duties and responsibilities of the PE Coordinator.

Line manager: Head of Primary

The Lead Computing Teacher is expected to:

  • encourage high standards in all aspects of school life
  • contribute to the effective and efficient management of the School
  • promote a school culture that is happy, purposeful and productive
  • support and motivate pupils, teachers and other school employees
  • encourage consultation and discussion.

The Computing Teacher is responsible for the academic progress of the pupils who study her subject in Primary. She is responsible for helping support colleagues within Primary and for participating fully in the work of Primary. She is also responsible for co-ordinating the work of the ICT Teaching assistant. Furthermore, she should help promote a working atmosphere that encourages cooperation and values the contribution that individuals make to the work of Primary. Click here to learn more about the duties and responsibilities of the Lead Computing Teacher.

Line managers: Arabic and Islamic Subject Leader/s

The Arabic and Islamic Studies Teacher is expected to:

  • encourage high standards in all aspects of school life
  • contribute to the effective and efficient management of the School
  • promote a school culture that is happy, purposeful and productive
  • support and motivate pupils, teachers and other school employees
  • encourage consultation and discussion.

Arabic and Islamic Studies Teachers are responsible for the academic progress of the pupils’ they teach. They are responsible for helping support colleagues within Primary. Furthermore, they should help promote a working atmosphere that encourages co-operation and values the contribution that individuals make to the work of Primary. Click here to learn more about the duties and responsibilities of the Arabic/Islamic Teacher.

Line manager: Head of Primary

Status: SfL member of staff / Primary School Librarian

This role combines responsibilities of Support for Learning teacher and Primary School Librarian. Please read the Support for Learning alongside this Job Description.

As Head of the Library to:

  • encourage high standards in all aspects of school life
  • contribute to the effective and efficient management of the School
  • promote a school culture that is happy, purposeful and productive
  • support and motivate pupils, teachers and other school employees
  • encourage consultation and discussion.

The School Librarian is responsible for the management, development and promotion of the school library taking the needs of all stakeholders - children, staff and parents, in mind. They are responsible for helping support colleagues within the department and for participating fully in the work of the Primary Department. Furthermore, they should help promote a working atmosphere which encourages cooperation, seeks opportunities to raise the profile of reading through innovative projects/ ideas and values the contribution which individuals make to the work of the department. Click here to learn more about the duties and responsibilities of the Primary Teacher/School Librarian.


Secondary

Line manager: Head of Year

The Form Tutor is expected to:

  • encourage high standards in all aspects of school life
  • contribute to the effective and efficient management of the School promote a school culture which is happy, purposeful and productive
  • support and motivate students, teachers and other school employees encourage consultation and discussion.

Form Tutors are responsible for the general welfare and happiness of students in their form. They should contribute effectively to the work of the Year Group and support a working atmosphere which encourages co-operation and values the contribution which individuals make to the work of the team. Click here to learn about the responsibilities of the Form Tutor.

Line manager: Head of Department

The Subject Teacher is expected to:

  • encourage high standards in all aspects of school life
  • contribute to the effective and efficient management of the school
  • promote a school culture which is happy, purposeful and productive
  • support and motivate students, teachers and other school employees
  • encourage consultation and discussion.

Subject Teachers are responsible for the academic progress of the girls they teach. They are responsible for helping support colleagues within the department and for participating fully in the work of the department. Furthermore, they should help promote a working atmosphere which encourages cooperation and values the contribution which individuals make to the work of the department.

Click here to learn about the responsibilities of the Subject Teacher.

Line manager: Head of Department

The Senior Librarian is expected to:

  • encourage high standards in all aspects of school life
  • contribute to the effective and efficient management of the school
  • promote a school culture which is happy, purposeful and productive
  • support and motivate students, teachers and other school employees
  • encourage consultation and discussion.

The Senior Librarian is responsible for the management, development and promotion of the school library. They are responsible for helping support colleagues within the department and for participating fully in the work of the department. Furthermore, they should help promote a working atmosphere which encourages cooperation and values the contribution which individuals make to the work of the department.

Click here to learn about the responsibilities of the Senior Librarian.


Non-Teaching

Administration assistants form part of our front office/reception and back office team and undertake a wide variety of tasks that help to support the smooth running of the school. Each position has a particular set of responsibilities allocated to the individual employee, with other tasks of a general nature being part of the whole team’s responsibility.

Click here to learn more about the responsibilities attached to each position and the skill sets sought.

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