To assist in providing a learning environment that supports the developmental and educational needs of all the children, under the overall direction of the class teacher and Deputy Head.
To work with an individual or small groups of children as directed by the class teacher, Deputy Head or Head Master
To work with groups of children in the classroom enabling them to access the curriculum. Be proactive with the learning and in conjunction with the class teacher to be ready to change strategy or approach as needed to facilitate learning
To actively promote the learning of Mandarin language within the Pre-Prep dual language environment, working with children on a one to one basis, in small groups and addressing the class as a whole. Liaising closely with the Mandarin language teachers
Support with the recording and presenting of evidence of learning as required
To follow the agreed programmes of work with individuals and groups of children working towards set targets
To contribute to the well-being of the children in terms of physical, emotional and social needs. Alongside all members of school staff, ensure children are aware of expectations and guided in their behaviour, responsibilities and social interactions.
To support staff with minor admin tasks when not directly working with pupils, For example in non-contact time E.g. photocopy, file or complete records
To prepare and store general resources required for your groups
To make notes in Individual Education Plan (IEP) books for children as required
To give verbal and written feedback to the class teacher and Deputy Head to support report writing, assessment and IEPs
To accompany children to specialist lessons, where required. This may include PE lessons. Ensure any relevant policies regarding specialist lessons have been read and that these are followed, for example, changing room policies.
Follow the Intimate Care Policies relating to Pre-Prep children
Attend safeguarding and first aid training on (at least) an annual basis and stay abreast of updates in policy, which will be shared with all staff in the event of changes
To accompany children on school trips where appropriate and ensure you have followed school policy in regards to reading and following the trip documentation
Where appropriate and applicable, assist teachers with parent meetings, including translation
Attend training and meetings as and when required
Supervise children as per the duty rota, alongside all members of the school staff
Attend assemblies and events alongside the school community
Contribute to the CCA programme within the school
Assisting with the children’s safe use of school transport arrangements
Be an active member of a House, taking part in House Competitions and activities alongside the school community
Communicate appropriately and professionally with parents to support the image and reputation of the school
To provide any other reasonable duties delegated by the School Management
At least 1 year of experience in working with children
Chinese-language teacher, with good credit in ‘O’-Level Chinese is required in order to teach students mandarin language
Ability to work under pressure and use of initiative is essential
Passionate about working with young children
Willing to assist with toilet training and nappy changing
Primary/Secondary School/O Level, Higher Secondary/Pre-U/'A' Level, Professional Certificate/NiTEC
Brighton College (Singapore) welcomed pupils in August 2020, delivering inspirational education for children aged 18 months to 11 years old.
The school is a partnership between leading global schools group, Cognita, and Brighton College, the UK’s top co-educational school which was named The Sunday Times’ Independent School of the Year for 2019.
It is the job holder’s responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young person’s for whom s/he is responsible, or with whom s/he comes into contact will be to adhere to and ensure compliance with the relevant Cognita Safeguarding; Child Protection Policy and Procedures at all times. If in the course of carrying out the duties of the role, the job holder identifies any instance that a child is suffering or likely to suffer significant harm either at school or at home, s/he must report any concerns to the School’s Child Protection Officer/Designated Safeguarding Lead or to the Head or indeed to the Regional CEO so that a referral can be made accordingly to the relevant third party services.
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