The Teacher reports to the Supervisor (Principal/ Head teacher)/ Management.
The primary responsibility of all teachers is to ensure that all students within their teaching and form groups attain to their maximum potential. The objectives are to secure:
- consistently high standards of learning and teaching
- continual progress in educational achievement
- positive attitudes to learning and school
- Ability to teach academic subjects using appropriate tools to make the subjects well understood by the pupils. This includes lectures, seminars and tutorials;
- Ability to teach students from a variety of cultural backgrounds
- Ability to assess effectiveness of teaching skills against student progress and performance;
- Will be required to work with key stakeholders across other functional areas of BMS such as marketing, finance, student services; may also be required to liaise with student’s parents, sponsors and other external stakeholders;
- Staff taking additional roles will have their teaching adjusted accordingly, as agreed with their line manager.
- Develop purposeful and appropriate schemes of work and lesson plans that provide for effective teaching strategies and meet the individual needs of students;
- Prepare, select and use appropriate teaching-learning materials (including the use of textbooks, in-house materials and self-created materials);
- Assess students and provide both formative and summative evaluations. Design programme tests and assessment tasks as required;
- Provide oral and written feedback to students and other stakeholders (e.g. Principal, Management, parents or guardians);
- Develop reasonable rules of classroom behaviour and ensure they are consistently applied;
- Provide academic support for slow learners, as appropriate, through consultations and tutorials (e.g. guidance on study skills and academic expectations, advice on where to seek additional academic support and information);
- Carry out administrative and record-keeping tasks associated with teaching and assessment (e.g. student progress reports, test invigilation, marks sheets, attendance and activity records,);
- Contribute to course and module development;
- Provide teaching cover in the absence of other colleagues;
- Participate in the social programme where this is an integral part of the teaching- learning programme (e.g. accompanying trips and attending events);
- Participate in and contribute to briefing sessions, student and teacher induction and orientation and programme functions;
- Act as a positive ambassador for BMS;
- Liaise with the Academic Support Manager (Principal/Head teacher) to provide all required information in a timely manner;
- Provide support to all students;
- Participate in staff development and professional training as required;
- Attend Staff meetings as required.
- Deal diplomatically and professionally with parents when issues crop up concerning their wards.
- Participate in every event concerning the school.
- Carry out heavy cleansing tasks and special projects.
- Follow all health and safety regulations.
- Perform other duties assigned.
- Maintain regular attendance.
1. PRIMARY (GRADE) ONE (1) CLASS TEACHERS WITH EITHER DIPLOMA OR DEGREE IN EDUCATION.
- AT LEAST TWO (2) YEARS TEACHING EXPERIENCE IN THE SAME CAPACITY
- KNOWLEDGE IN CAMBRIDGE EDUCATION IS AN ADVANTAGE
- ABILITY TO SPEAK, WRITE AND TEACH GA IS ALSO AN ADVANTAGE
Your job title does not define or limit your duties and you may be required to carry out other work within your abilities from time to time at our request;
We reserve the right to introduce changes in line with technological developments which may impact upon your job duties or methods of working.