A career as a secondary school teacher in any of the secondary subjects offer you the chance to teach a subject you love and to engage pupils in learning for their future.
Secondary school teachers support, observe and record the progress of pupils mostly aged around 11 to 18. Teaching the national curriculum, you'll plan lessons in line with national objectives, with the aim of ensuring a healthy culture of learning.
Teachers must keep up to date with developments in their subject area, new resources, methods and national objectives. The role involves liaising and networking with other professionals, parents and carers, both informally and formally.
As a secondary school teacher, you'll need to:
Prepare and deliver lessons to a range of classes of different ages and abilities.
Mark work, give appropriate feedback and Maintain records of pupils' progress and development.
Research new topic areas, maintaining up-to-date subject knowledge, and devise and write new curriculum materials.
Select and use a range of different learning resources and equipment, including computer and interactive whiteboards.
Prepare pupils for qualifications and external examinations.
Manage pupil behaviour in the classroom and on school premises, and apply appropriate and effective measures in cases of misbehaviour.
Undertake pastoral duties, such as taking on the role of form tutor, and supporting pupils on an individual basis through academic or personal difficulties.
Communicate with parents and carers over pupils' progress and participate in departmental meetings, parents' evenings and whole school training events.
Liaise with other professionals, such as learning mentors, careers advisers, educational psychologists and education welfare officers.
Supervise and support the work of teaching assistants, trainee teachers and newly qualified teachers (NQTs).
Participate in and organise extracurricular activities, such as outings, social activities and sporting events.
Undergo regular observations and participate in regular in-service training (INSET) as part of continuing professional development (CPD).
You will need to have:
A respect and fondness for children.
Excellent communication skills for working with children, other teachers and parents.
Good listening skills.
The capacity to learn quickly.
Strong organisational skills.
The ability to inspire and enthuse children
energy, resourcefulness, responsibility and patience.
A caring nature and an understanding of the needs and feelings of children.
The ability to work independently, as well as being able to work in a team.
A sense of humour and the ability to keep things in perspective.
An ability to be creative.
A good knowledge of the subject in which you are going to teach.
Minimum Qualification Requirements:
A bachelor's degree in any of the intended subject, preferably a bachelor of education certificate or a post graduate in education certification.
An NCE certificate is very much appreciated as well.
MODE OF APPLICATION:
Interested and qualified applicants should contact the HR Admin via: eckodomltd @gmail.com
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-Full name, current home address, Date of Birth, Qualification, Years of experience, valid phone number(s), Vacancy applied for