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Teacher of Business and Economics Required

  • Location: Harlow
  • Start date: 07 Jan 2019
  • Category: Secondary
  • Job reference: 00547
  • Branch: Chelmsford Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Danielle Holt
  • Call: 020 8971 1284
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Job description

Protocol Education are currently recruiting for a Teacher of Business and Economics to work with a secondary school located in Harlow, Essex

The ideal candidate will be professional, flexible and adaptable with the opportunity to work in a demanding and rewarding school. Our client school are looking for an outstanding teacher who is able to teach Business and Economics to KS3 - KS5 students.

Position: Teacher of Business and Economics

Location: Harlow, Essex

Start Date: ASAP (Negotiable for the right candidate)

Salary: Paid to scale


To comply with the Teachers' Standards, as set out


§ Preparing, teaching and evaluating lessons throughout an agreed age and ability range in accordance with statutory requirements, school aims and objectives, and policies and Curriculum Area schemes of work.
§ Using a range of teaching and learning strategies and resources so that individual pupils have access to the curriculum.
§ Contributing to the teaching of cross-curricular themes, skills and dimensions.


§ Being familiar with and supporting all school policies, especially those on behaviour, discipline, pupil welfare and Health and Safety. Communicating problems of a pastoral nature to the form tutor in the first instance.
§ Ensuring that pupils use equipment safely.
§ Displaying pupils' work and maintaining a safe, tidy and stimulating work environment.
§ Liaising with the Learning Support Co-ordinator and the form tutor over pupils with Special Educational Needs and modifying teaching accordingly.
§ Ensuring that targets outlined in a pupil's individual educational plan are pursued.
§ Liaising with and clarifying the role of any support teacher attached to the class.
§ Promoting the use of the Library and other learning resources.
§ Keeping a record of pupil attendance at, and punctuality to, lessons and reporting any notable absence to the form tutor.
§ Ensuring that homework is set in line with school policy, recorded on Showmyhomework, and regularly marked and that record of marks are maintained.
§ Ensuring that the reward and behaviour systems are used.
§ Setting and maintaining high standards of pupil work in the classroom.


§ Assessing pupils' work in accordance with statutory requirements and school policy. Maintaining a record of pupils' attainments. Using Assessments to diagnose pupils' individual strengths and weaknesses and planning subsequent teaching accordingly.
§ Writing reports on pupils and attending meetings with parents.
§ Setting and marking internal examinations.
§ Ensuring that external examination requirements are satisfied.
§ Recommending individual pupils for particular examination courses.


§ Undertaking duties before school, at break, and after school on a rota basis.


§ Undertaking reasonable care of the school's resources and accounting for any resources used.
§ Attending meetings as directed and assisting in planning and evaluation.
§ Setting cover work when absent if it is at all possible.
§ Liaising with a reviewer and more senior staff over career and professional development.
§ Reporting anything which could endanger or threaten the health and safety of pupils or staff to the Head of Learning Area.


§ Offering care and support to pupils in all aspects of their school life and preparing them for adult life, developing a knowledge of each pupil as an individual, and enabling pupils to play an active role in all aspects of the school's tutorial programme.
§ Completing attendance registers at the beginning of morning and afternoon school.
§ Recording and monitoring punctuality records and referring persistent lateness to the Head of Year.
§ Attending assemblies and accompanying tutor groups to assemblies to ensure they arrive in an orderly manner.
§ Guiding tutor groups to produce at least one assembly per year.
§ Referring any concerns to the Head of Year and subject staff.
§ Completing the tutor's report in accordance with the guidelines on report writing.
§ Checking uniform and referring any problems to the Head of Year.
§ Preparing form representatives for council meetings and supervising the feedback of information from these meetings.
§ Keeping records of pupils' progress, achievements and responsibilities.
§ Attending meetings of Form Tutors as directed.
§ Ensuring form notice boards are updated and ensuring that the form base is tidy at the end of all tutor periods and registrations.
§ Being available to discuss pupils' concerns with them.
§ Referring all pertinent information to the Head of Year, particularly when required for reports or references.
§ Encouraging pupils to participate in extra-curricular activities and organising their participation in inter-form activities.
§ Acting as a first point of liaison with parents, in consultation with the Head of Year.

If you feel you are the ideal candidate for this role - Please do not hesitate to contact Danielle on 01245 213225 for more information

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