|Company||Plennegy (Pty) Ltd|
|Reference #||Wembley College: High School Mathematics Teacher (Greytown)|
|Location||Greytown, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa|
Wembley College is a leading, English Medium, co-educational, independent school situated on a beautiful campus amongst the rolling hills of Greytown in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands. An hour from Pietermaritzburg and an hour from Ballito makes for an ideal ‘country school’ within easy striking distance of a Central Business District and the warm KwaZulu Natal coast. Founded in 1997, the school enters candidates for the Cambridge Examinations that are set externally and recognised worldwide.
The following opportunity is available:
HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS
Applicants should be suitably qualified and experienced and be in possession of a Public Driving Permit (PDP). They should be self-motivated and a clear passion, for interacting with young people and for sport. A willingness to participate in the broader life of the school as well as an understanding of the value of extra-mural participation.
This position is responsible for creating a classroom environment to develop competencies in subject/Grade/Form and Phase skills and an understanding of the structure; to motivate each pupil to apply understanding and skills in the solution of practical problems; to prepare each scholar.
|Job Functions||Administration,Data Capturing,Lecturer|
|Industries||Academic,Admin, Office & Support|
•To teach and educate scholar according to guidelines provided by Cambridge Curriculum Framework under the overall guidance of the HOD / Headmaster;
•To teach and educate students according to the educational needs, abilities and attainment potential of individual students entrusted to his/her care at Wembley College.
•Planning, preparing and delivering lessons to all students in the class according to the Cambridge curriculum;
•Teaching according to the educational needs, abilities and achievement of the individual students and groups of students;
•Adopting and working towards the implementation of the Wembley development plan.
•Assigning work, correcting and marking work carried out by his/her students, within one week of assigned task being completed;
•Assessing, recording and reporting on the development, progress, attainment and behaviour of one's students;
•Providing or contributing to oral and written assessments, reports and references relating to individual students or groups of students also to parents if problems should arise.
•Participating in arrangements within an agreed Cambridge Framework for the appraisal of students' performance;
•Promoting the general progress and well-being of individual students, groups of students or class entrusted to him/her;
•Providing guidance and advice to students on educational and social matters and on their further education and future careers; providing information on sources of more expert advice;
•Communicating, consulting and co-operating with other members of the school staff, including those having posts of special responsibility and parents/guardians to ensure the best interest of students:
•Reviewing and evaluating one’s own teaching and learning strategies, methodologies and programme/s in line with the National Curriculum Framework guidelines:
•The candidate must be able to identify with and support the values of Wembley College.
•Have teaching experience in Mathematics IGCSE and A level
•Have an appropriate university degree and teaching qualifications
•Be computer literate.
•Have a clear understanding and acceptance of Independent School practice.
•Have boundless enthusiasm and the ability to form warm and caring relationships with the pupils;
•Have a desire to participate fully in the social, cultural and extra mural programme;
•Put children at the heart of everything they do with an energetic and inspirational approach to learning.
•Share our vision of transforming learning to raise aspiration, secure an enjoyment and love of learning and develop a sense of pride in all that we do.
•Be a creative thinker.
•Have the ability to drive developments in our curriculum.
•Be able to develop effective partnerships with staff, governors, parents and the wider community in order to drive change and shape the future.
•A commitment to ongoing personal development and a future-orientated approach.
•Highly effective communication and interpersonal skills.
•The intention to work according to the school’s ethos, specifications and policies.
•A willingness to work with and mentor interns and also stay in the Boarding Establishment.
•A SACE registration.
•Have a police and sexual offences clearance certificate.
|Job Closing Date||23/04/2021|