Description of responsibilities:
Motivating pupils with enthusiastic, imaginative presentation and activities.
Teaching all areas of the curriculum.
Working with others to plan and coordinate work.
Working with parents to maximise their involvement in the school and the development of resources for the school where necessary.
Keeping up to date with changes and developments in the structure of the curriculum.
Organising and taking part in school events, outings and activities which may take place at weekends or in the evening.
Meeting with other professionals such as education welfare officers and educational psychologists, if required.
Meeting requirements for the assessment and recording of pupils’ development.
Taking responsibility for the progress of pupils.
Preparing and marking work to facilitate positive pupil development.
Understanding curriculum requirements, and creating syllabi, lesson plans, and educational content that satisfy these requirements.
Analysing the needs, strengths, and weaknesses of students and structuring lessons and assessments around them.
Adjusting teaching methods to suit different groups of learners.
Creating engaging, stimulating lesson plans and asking frequent questions to make sure students are on track.
Reporting any progress issues to the head of the department, as well as the parents at meetings.
Attending meetings, training sessions, workshops, conferences, and other continuing education initiatives.
Providing extra support to students that require it, and more challenging tasks to those who are ahead of the class.
Keeping abreast of developments and research in the field, and using this to ensure lessons are relevant.
Keeping the line of communication open between students, staff, and parents.
Any other task as may be assigned by management
- Minimum of 3 years work experience teaching both British and Nigerian curricula
Bachelor’s degree in Education.
Proficient knowledge of teaching strategies and methods.
Proficient knowledge of applicable laws, policies and procedures.
Proficient computer skills.
Availability to work extended hours on occasions.
Excellent people skills.
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
Outstanding organizational skills.
- How many years of teaching experience do you have?
- Do you have any experience using an interactive board or smart tools?
- How familiar are you with Google Classroom?
- What is your proficiency level with Microsoft Tools (Powerpoint, Word, Excel)?
- Do you have any experience teaching the Cambridge Curriculum?
Kindly provide answers to these questions in your cover letter.