Teacher of PSHE/RSE

Teacher of PSHE/RSE

Site: Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle

Horaires: Hours: Full Time

Type: Permanent Contract

Clôture: Deadline: 23.06.2024

Position to be filled: from 2nd September 2024


The Main Role:
The PSHE/ RSE teacher will work within the Wellbeing team across the age range of the school to:

  • Prepare, develop and teach clearly structured lessons or sequences of work which interest and motivate pupils in Collège and Lycée and show evidence of cross curricular opportunities.
  • Liaise and monitor high quality curriculum materials and delivery across the four primary schools and arrange termly meetings with the Headteachers.
  • Make learning objectives clear, ensuring interactive teaching methods and collaborative group work.
  • Have high expectations of pupils and build successful relationships centered on teaching and learning.
  • Collaborate with colleagues from teaching, support (Wellbeing, Careers and IT), external agencies and parent teams to embed the subject within the school culture.
  • Establish a purposeful learning environment where diversity is valued and where pupils feel safe, secure and confident.
  • Lead the PSHE/RSE committee twice per year to collaborate with key departments and stakeholders including pupils.
  • Review the PSHE/RSE policy annually.
  • Establish links with university providers to develop evidence based practice and extension materials to help transition.
  • Undertake level 3 safeguarding training and be part of the Safeguarding team.
  • To ensure pupil voice is applied across and throughout the school to inform the PSHE/RSE curriculum.

Main Tasks:

  • To set challenging teaching and learning objectives which are relevant to all pupils in your classes.
  • To use teaching and learning objectives to plan lessons and sequences of lessons showing how this will assess pupils’ learning/progress.
  • To produce long, medium and short term planning in accordance with school policy and procedures and within required deadlines.
  • To select and prepare resources taking into account pupils’ interests and their learning needs, language and cultural backgrounds, with the help of support staff where appropriate.
  • To plan for the deployment of any support staff who are contributing to pupils’ learning.
  • To contribute to the Wellbeing team meetings and events.
  • To differentiate teaching to meet the needs of pupils of all ability ranges taking into account varying interests, experiences and achievements and different cultural and ethnic groups to help them make good progress.
  • To manage teaching and learning time effectively.
  • To actively track pupils’ progress and devise strategies to address any underachievement.
  • To develop pupils literacy, numeracy, and thinking skills.
  • To use monitoring and assessment information to improve planning and teaching.
  • To monitor and assess the effectiveness of learning activities and provide immediate and constructive feedback to support pupils as they learn.
  • To involve pupils in reflecting on, evaluating and improving their own performance and progress.
  • To ensure curriculum coverage, continuity and progression in the subject/area for all pupils, including those of high ability and those with special educational or linguistic needs.
  • To develop strategies for the use of subject/area and across school to support cross‐curricular delivery including subject support for colleagues to enable curriculum requirements to be met. To keep up to date with national developments in PSHE /RSE and related topics.
  • To manage the resources available to you and make recommendations in order to maintain and develop curriculum.
  • To ensure effective communication and consultation, as appropriate, with the parents/carers of pupils, including written reports on pupils’ attainment.
  • To ensure effective communication and consultation, as appropriate, with class/form teachers, Heads of Year, senior staff and other staff members.
  • To be proactive in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils.
  • To ensure behaviour management according to the School Rules/Règlement Intérieure, including rewards and sanctions, is implemented consistently so that effective learning can take place.
  • To play a full part in the life of the school community, to support the aims and ethos of the school, and to encourage pupils/pupils to follow this example.
  • To attend all meetings relevant to the teaching of the department/faculty.
  • To undertake any other duties as specified by the Headteacher not mentioned above.

Knowledge & Skills:

  • Qualified Teacher Status.
  • Excellent understanding and experience of PSHE/RSE curriculum planning and delivery and creative approaches.
  • English speaker with at least a good understanding of French.
  • Experience of teaching in an international environment.
  • The drive and determination to achieve the best possible outcome for every pupil and ensure that the school has taken every measure to protect the children in their care.
  • Proficiency in computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Suite etc.) and learning technology.
  • Committed approach to the teams working across and within the school.
  • Professional curiosity with an ability to reflect on practice and engage in continuous professional development to further develop the skills and knowledge required to keep up to date with developments in the sector.

Working hours: 19 hours per week (19/19)

 

Monthly gross salary:

  •  From £37 124 per annum (incl. all allowance)
  •  Employer contribution to private healthcare
  •  15% employer contribution to private pension

Please download the application form and return it by email to
humanresources@lyceefrancais.org.uk before 23 June 2024 at midnight (local time).

 

 

The Lycée is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all its staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All post holders are subject to satisfactory enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check. (This procedure is undertaken by the Lycée). Additionally, anyone who has resided outside the UK will be asked to provide a criminal disclosure record from their previous countries of residence. Non-British citizens: You will be required to provide evidence of you right to work in the UK.

Position to be filled: from 2nd September 2024


The Main Role:
The PSHE/ RSE teacher will work within the Wellbeing team across the age range of the school to:

  • Prepare, develop and teach clearly structured lessons or sequences of work which interest and motivate pupils in Collège and Lycée and show evidence of cross curricular opportunities.
  • Liaise and monitor high quality curriculum materials and delivery across the four primary schools and arrange termly meetings with the Headteachers.
  • Make learning objectives clear, ensuring interactive teaching methods and collaborative group work.
  • Have high expectations of pupils and build successful relationships centered on teaching and learning.
  • Collaborate with colleagues from teaching, support (Wellbeing, Careers and IT), external agencies and parent teams to embed the subject within the school culture.
  • Establish a purposeful learning environment where diversity is valued and where pupils feel safe, secure and confident.
  • Lead the PSHE/RSE committee twice per year to collaborate with key departments and stakeholders including pupils.
  • Review the PSHE/RSE policy annually.
  • Establish links with university providers to develop evidence based practice and extension materials to help transition.
  • Undertake level 3 safeguarding training and be part of the Safeguarding team.
  • To ensure pupil voice is applied across and throughout the school to inform the PSHE/RSE curriculum.

Main Tasks:

  • To set challenging teaching and learning objectives which are relevant to all pupils in your classes.
  • To use teaching and learning objectives to plan lessons and sequences of lessons showing how this will assess pupils’ learning/progress.
  • To produce long, medium and short term planning in accordance with school policy and procedures and within required deadlines.
  • To select and prepare resources taking into account pupils’ interests and their learning needs, language and cultural backgrounds, with the help of support staff where appropriate.
  • To plan for the deployment of any support staff who are contributing to pupils’ learning.
  • To contribute to the Wellbeing team meetings and events.
  • To differentiate teaching to meet the needs of pupils of all ability ranges taking into account varying interests, experiences and achievements and different cultural and ethnic groups to help them make good progress.
  • To manage teaching and learning time effectively.
  • To actively track pupils’ progress and devise strategies to address any underachievement.
  • To develop pupils literacy, numeracy, and thinking skills.
  • To use monitoring and assessment information to improve planning and teaching.
  • To monitor and assess the effectiveness of learning activities and provide immediate and constructive feedback to support pupils as they learn.
  • To involve pupils in reflecting on, evaluating and improving their own performance and progress.
  • To ensure curriculum coverage, continuity and progression in the subject/area for all pupils, including those of high ability and those with special educational or linguistic needs.
  • To develop strategies for the use of subject/area and across school to support cross‐curricular delivery including subject support for colleagues to enable curriculum requirements to be met. To keep up to date with national developments in PSHE /RSE and related topics.
  • To manage the resources available to you and make recommendations in order to maintain and develop curriculum.
  • To ensure effective communication and consultation, as appropriate, with the parents/carers of pupils, including written reports on pupils’ attainment.
  • To ensure effective communication and consultation, as appropriate, with class/form teachers, Heads of Year, senior staff and other staff members.
  • To be proactive in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils.
  • To ensure behaviour management according to the School Rules/Règlement Intérieure, including rewards and sanctions, is implemented consistently so that effective learning can take place.
  • To play a full part in the life of the school community, to support the aims and ethos of the school, and to encourage pupils/pupils to follow this example.
  • To attend all meetings relevant to the teaching of the department/faculty.
  • To undertake any other duties as specified by the Headteacher not mentioned above.

Knowledge & Skills:

  • Qualified Teacher Status.
  • Excellent understanding and experience of PSHE/RSE curriculum planning and delivery and creative approaches.
  • English speaker with at least a good understanding of French.
  • Experience of teaching in an international environment.
  • The drive and determination to achieve the best possible outcome for every pupil and ensure that the school has taken every measure to protect the children in their care.
  • Proficiency in computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Suite etc.) and learning technology.
  • Committed approach to the teams working across and within the school.
  • Professional curiosity with an ability to reflect on practice and engage in continuous professional development to further develop the skills and knowledge required to keep up to date with developments in the sector.

Working hours: 19 hours per week (19/19)

 

Monthly gross salary:

  •  From £37 124 per annum (incl. all allowance)
  •  Employer contribution to private healthcare
  •  15% employer contribution to private pension

Please download the application form and return it by email to
humanresources@lyceefrancais.org.uk before 23 June 2024 at midnight (local time).

 

 

The Lycée is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all its staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All post holders are subject to satisfactory enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check. (This procedure is undertaken by the Lycée). Additionally, anyone who has resided outside the UK will be asked to provide a criminal disclosure record from their previous countries of residence. Non-British citizens: You will be required to provide evidence of you right to work in the UK.

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