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Examiner – GCSE – French 2016 Specification job in  London, South East England

Examiner – GCSE – French 2016 Specification job in  London, South East England
  • PublishedNovember 22, 2022

London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time

Examiner – GCSE – French (2016 Specification)

Reference: Ex/GCSE/French(NS)

A GCSE French (2016 Specification) Examiner marks candidates’ responses in accordance with the pre-defined mark scheme, whilst adhering to conditions of recognition and examination procedures. Most subjects will be marked onscreen using ePEN, which can be done from home. A few subjects are still marked in the traditional method, using paper scripts sent through the post. A high level of subject knowledge is necessary in order to apply the mark scheme. Each examiner will receive an agreed allocation of scripts.

Responsibilities

  • To mark accurately and consistently to ensure overall standards are maintained
  • To submit samples to your Team Leader at designated times
  • To ensure milestones for marking are adhered to
  • To ensure all administration is completed as specified

Experience/qualifications needed

  • You will have one academic year’s worth of teaching experience:
  • a. within the last 8 years
  • b. within the relevant qualification subject
  • c. since qualifying as a teacher
  • You will have a degree or equivalent
  • You will be a qualified teacher

Competencies required

  • You will have the ability to work well under pressure
  • You will have the ability to meet deadlines
  • You will have a high level of subject knowledge in order to apply the mark scheme

Additional information

  • The marking period is between May – July.
  • The training required to mark as an examiner will take place between May and June.

About Pearson

We value the power of inclusive culture and embed diversity and inclusion in everything we do. Pearson promotes a company culture where differences are embraced as strengths, opportunities are equal and accessible, consideration and respect are the norm. Through our talent, we believe that diversity and inclusion make us a more innovative and vibrant company. People are at the centre of our company. We are committed to a sustainable environment and workplace ecosystem where talent can learn, grow, and thrive. We provide content, assessment and digital services to learners, educational institutions, employers, governments and other partners globally. We are the UK’s largest awarding body and offer qualifications that are globally recognised and benchmarked, with educational excellence rooted in a range of General and Vocational courses.

SEN English Teacher job in Coggeshall, Essex 

 Coggeshall, Essex   Permanent, full-time

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  • Salary OTE £52,000

About Us

White Trees School are currently recruiting SEN Teachers to work with KS3, 4 & 5 pupils.

White Trees is a small independent school that specialises in working with pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs (SEMH).

About the Role

As a SEN Teacher for White Trees Independent School you are responsible for the teaching of pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorders and/or have ADHD, PDA, OCD, ODD. This will be either on a 1:1 basis or within a small group setting.

All pupils have an Education Health and Care Plan, with ILP’s written based upon outcomes and aims from their EHCP’s, which identify strategies and interventions to support their needs.

Responsibilities;

  • To undertake the teaching of pupils with Education Health and Care Plans, across the range of SEN needs and ages, and particularly those learners with Autistic Spectrum Disorders and other related conditions
  • Provide quality of teaching and learning for all pupils
  • Be accountable for the attainment and progress of all pupils
  • Support pupils making progress across the curriculum, differentiating where appropriate
  • Produce pupil SEN passports, monitor pupil social communication development, contribute to provision mapping and annual reviews, ILP’s for students
  • Support staff training to meet the needs of the pupils
  • Guide the work of any tutors (including Teaching Assistants (TAs) and Higher-Level Teaching Assistants (HLTAs) who work with pupils who have EHCP’s
  • Be able to provide pastoral support and guidance for all pupils
  • To contribute to the overall development of teaching and learning area across the school

Teaching;

  • To set clear learning objectives, writing Schemes of Work, medium term planning and short term planning
  • Use data to plan lessons and learning materials to motivate and support all pupils to make at least good progress
  • Have high aspirations and set challenging, yet realistic, targets for all pupils
  • To set high expectations for pupils’ behaviour, learning, motivation, and presentation of work by establishing a purposeful working atmosphere and providing challenging and inspirational learning experiences
  • Work in collaboration with Teaching Assistants, teachers, and tutors
  • Take account of pupils’ prior attainment, learning styles and needs and use them to set appropriately challenging targets and learning activities
  • To promote and develop literacy and numeracy skills throughout teaching and learning activities so that literacy and numeracy do not present barriers to learning
  • Provide intervention activities for those students who need support to boost attainment/progress or who require additional challenge
  • Manage the behaviour of pupils in line with the school’s Behaviour Policy
  • Ensure that teaching room, resources and equipment are maintained in good order, with regard to Health & Safety and security of property
  • Competent in the use of ICT and other technologies and learning resources as learning tools to inspire and motivate learners
  • Ensure that a stimulating learning environment is maintained in the classroom, including provision of a high quality of display

Assessment Recording and Reporting:

  • Mark, assess and return pupils’ work in line with school policy, providing constructive oral and written feedback with clear targets and guidance for future improvement
  • Keep high quality records to promote tracking and monitoring of pupil progress using data and teacher assessment records
  • Use data and teacher records to set aspirational targets and plan challenging activities
  • Report and record pupil’s attainment, progress and results of assessments within the school’s recording and reporting structure
  • Set and mark examinations assessments and coursework as assigned by the exams officer and/or subject specialists
  • Attend the appropriate Parent/Teacher events and individual meetings to keep parents/carers informed as to attainment and the progress of their child towards targets
  • Be familiar with school records and information relating to pupils who have additional needs and use this information to ensure all pupils can access the curriculum and are supported to attain well and make at least good progress

General Professional Responsibilities:

  • Attend meetings as and when required
  • Undertake professional development identified through the performance management/appraisal structure and as organised for staff to promote individual, T & L Area and whole school improvement work in line with the SIP
  • Support and implement all relevant teaching and learning area policies
  • Act as a role model to pupils in respect of dress, attendance and punctuality and general conduct
  • Ensure that all deadlines are met as published in advance
  • Undertake professional duties and responsibilities necessary for the smooth running of the school, as may be reasonably assigned to them by the Headteacher (e.g. duties, emergency cover)
  • Take responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young persons
  • Promote good attendance and punctuality and monitor in accordance with the school’s Attendance Policy providing support/intervention for those who find it hard to maintain high standard

Qualifications and Skills required:

  • QTS or equivalent combined with SEMH/SEN experience
  • Experience with needs including ASD/SEMH/SEN
  • Proven track record of obtaining positive student outcomes
  • Innovative, passionate and pro-active
  • Experience in developing intuitive lesson plans and developing the cirriculum

Required skills

  • Behavioural
  •  Safeguarding

 End Point Assessor – Customer Service – Fixed Term job in  Coventry, West Midlands 

 Coventry, West Midlands

 Temporary, full-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

We are looking for innovative, approachable Customer Serviceprofessionals who are looking to transform their careers and help shape the next generation of industry experts. If you already have an assessor qualification or have quality experience within the Customer Servicesector this could be the opportunity for you.

Our mission is to revolutionise the way in which end point assessments are delivered and assessed. We develop our own End Point Assessors through a comprehensive onboarding programme which embeds our values and approach, whilst providing full training and qualification where required to individuals from the Customer Service industry.

Who we are:

At Innovate Awarding we strive to provide end point assessments that are respected, delivered simply with no surprises along the way. Our reputation speaks for itself – we’re Multi Standards EPAO of the year and were one of the first to be registered with the Education and Skills Funding Agency. We’re trusted by employers and their training organisations across the country to evaluate Apprentice competence.

As one of our End Point Assessors, you’ll deliver consistent, professional assessments that take learners through end point assessments towards the completion of their apprenticeships. From multiple-choice question tests and professional discussions to observing them at work, overseeing tests and everything in between, you’ll assess to ensure their success.

Why Innovate:

As one of our innovators of the future you can enjoy a supportive culture with a real emphasis on personal and professional development. We help our people maintain their occupational expertise and support their continuous professional development through training, workplace experience, professional memberships and more.

This is a great opportunity to enjoy a more flexible approach to your working hours, a better work/life balance and the chance to use your skills and experience to really make a difference.

If you are looking for a rewarding role in an organisation with a long-established reputation and are passionate about contributing to the ongoing success and continuous improvement of your industry, then look no further.

What you will be doing:

You will join our business as an End Point Assessor, delivering aspirational assessments with integrity, approachability, and resourcefulness.

Reporting to an End Point Assessor Manager, you’ll be working with apprentices and their employers to plan, carry out and report on End Point Assessments. Making decisions for apprenticeship standards and overall grades, you’ll use your expertise to make fair and independent assessment judgements against the standard’s grading criteria. You’ll also carry out administration and keep your sector knowledge up to date.

With a great work/life balance, and with the support of our expert and friendly team, you’ll have the chance to not only help people improve their prospects, but to help our business achieve its ambitions.

As an EPA your role will be varied and flexible and will include working from home and visits out in the field within the sector you specialise in.

Who you are:

You have a wealth of professional experience in Customer Service, having worked in any of customer service sectors for minimum of 2 years. Able to interact with a wide range of learners, you’re empathetic yet effective in your tasks and a keen communicator, whether that’s written or verbal. You’ll be confident working autonomously but also a keen team player. Your time management and administration skills will be second to none.

What you’ll need:

A proven passion for and hands-on experience within Customer Service. Access to a vehicle is a must, and you’ll be familiar with MS Office and other IT systems (training will be provided for EPAPro).

What we offer:

In return for applying your skills and experience, you will enjoy a package of benefits designed to reward your hard work and realise your professional potential:

  • 25 days annual leave + bank holidays (total 33 days per annum)
  • Contributory Pension (company matched)
  • Life Assurance
  • Company Car scheme
  • Full mileage allowance??
  • Full IT kit including laptop and smartphone
  • Great benefits, reward and recognition and wellbeing package??
  • London and South-East weighting where applicable?
  • Core hours: Monday – Friday 9.00 – 5.30

And to get you started, we also offer:

  • A comprehensive onboarding programme
  • Full training designed to transform you into a professional End Point Assessor.
  • Protected and comprehensive CPD time to maintain your occupational competence.

Lifetime Training Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all colleagues to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be:

Subject to all necessary pre-employment checks, including enhanced DBS (where applicable), qualifications (where applicable), identity and right to work.

All applicants will be required to provide two suitable references and all offers of employment will be subject to those references. Lifetime Training Group is an equal opportunities employer and is Disability Confident accredited.

KS2 Teaching Assistant year 5 and 6  job in  London, South East England

  London, South East England

 Contract, full-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

Year 5 or Year 6 Teaching Assistant

Hackney

£85 – £95 daily rate

Are you an experienced KS2 Teaching Assistant or recent graduate who is looking for an opportunity to work as a general TA in a terrific primary school in Hackney?

Sanza Teaching Agency are seeking to appoint a Year 5 or Year 6 Teaching Assistant who can inspire hope, ignite imagination and install a passion for learning.

You would be working in a two-form entry primary school for the duration of the academic year. Opportunities for further career progression and promotion are available for motivated and talented teaching assistants.?

This vibrant and diverse primary school situated in Hackney Downs aims to ensure all children are motivated by learning and offered the best opportunities they can provide. There most fundamental principle is that they believe intelligence and ability are not fixed and if their children develop skills such as resilience, resourcefulness and reflectiveness they can meet their full potential.?

The Head Teacher is looking for a TA with the following skills and attributes;

  • Experience supporting primary or secondary ages pupils
  • Or, a recent graduate
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent written English
  • Excellent subject knowledge
  • A reliable and professional individual who can commit to a long term role for the rest of the year

Click ‘Apply Now’ to be considered for this great position as KS2 Teaching Assistant or for more information about the role, contact Stephanie Watson on or

SANZA Teaching Agency is a Sunday Times Top 100 employer – stopping at nothing to ensure our candidates, clients and employees come first. At SANZA you will have access to 30 fully certified CPD courses, that’s 23 more than our next nearest competitor, all focused on making you the best you can be. We have the very best people available to take your call and look after you every step of the way. We pride ourselves on exceptional service and take the time to really get to know you, to ensure we have a thorough understanding of your career goals and work hard on your behalf to secure you positions with great rates of pay ( all rates are typically inclusive of holiday pay, however we will happily accrue this upon request) and plenty of development opportunities. Put simply; we listen, we learn, we deliver. Why? Because our people matter most.

Awarded REC Audited Education gold standard – SANZA Teaching Agency are committed to Safeguarding and are also a proud Equal Opportunities Employer.

Required skills

  • Behaviour Management
  •  London
  •  Teaching Assistant
  •  Learning Support Assistant
  •  TA
  •  Intervention
  •  Teacher Assistant
  •  Full Time
  •  T.A 

PE Teacher – Warrington job in  Warrington, Cheshire

 Warrington, Cheshire

 Contract, full-time or part-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

PE Teacher – Male and Female

Are you a motivated and inspiring PE teacher looking for an exciting new role?

Academics are working with secondary schools across Warrington and the surrounding areas and we are looking to recruit a PE teacher to work in these schools on a long term and short term basis starting ASAP and January 2023.

As a PE Teacher working with Academics you will need:

– Qualified Teacher Status

– Excellent subject knowledge with experience of teaching engaging PE lessons up to GCSE and/or A-Level

– A proactive and flexible approach

– Outstanding classroom and behaviour management skills

In return, Academics can offer you:

– Excellent rates of pay

– Access to FREE training

– Your own dedicated consultant who will provide you with ongoing support

Interested in this exciting opportunity?

Apply today! Or call the Warrington office for an informal chat on

All suitable applicants will be subject to a registration interview, 2 years worth of referencing and must either hold or be willing to get an Enhanced DBS registered to the update service.

Required skills

  • PE TEACHER
  •  PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER
  •  TEACHER OF PE
  •  TEACHER OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

 Moderator – GCE A Level – English Literature 2016 Specification job in  London, South East England

  London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

Moderator – GCE A Level – English Literature (2016 Specification)

Reference: Mod(NS)EngLit

A GCE English Literature (New Specification) Moderator will review the centre assessment of candidates’ work in accordance with the agreed assessment criteria and Pearson’s procedures. Each moderator will moderate a specified number of centre samples.

Responsibilities

  • To carry out the moderation of parts of a subject examination, such as coursework, projects and special studies, which are marked initially by teachers in the centres and then sent to you. Moderation will usually involve sampling procedures.
  • To undertake, when necessary, the direct assessment of school-based components in the subject where centres opt not to make initial assessments.
  • To complete and submit centre reports to the Team Leader or Principal Moderator as required

Experience/ Qualifications Needed

  • You will have one academic year’s worth of teaching experience:
  • a. within the last 8 years
  • b. within the relevant qualification and subject
  • You will have a degree or equivalent
  • You will be a qualified teacher

Competencies Required

  • You will have the ability to work well under pressure
  • You will have the ability to meet deadlines
  • You will have a high level of subject knowledge in order to apply the mark scheme

Additional Information

  • The marking period is between May – July.
  • The training required to mark as an examiner will take place between May and June.

About Pearson

We value the power of inclusive culture and embed diversity and inclusion in everything we do. Pearson promotes a company culture where differences are embraced as strengths, opportunities are equal and accessible, consideration and respect are the norm. Through our talent, we believe that diversity and inclusion make us a more innovative and vibrant company. People are at the centre of our company. We are committed to a sustainable environment and workplace ecosystem where talent can learn, grow, and thrive. We provide content, assessment and digital services to learners, educational institutions, employers, governments and other partners globally. We are the UK’s largest awarding body and offer qualifications that are globally recognised and benchmarked, with educational excellence rooted in a range of General and Vocational courses.

Examiner – GCE A Level – English Language and Literature 2016 Specification job in  London, South East England

  London, South East England

 Permanent, full-time

 Be one of the first ten applicants

Examiner – GCE A Level – English Language and Literature (2016 Specification)

Reference: Ex(NS)EngL&L

A GCE English Language and Literature (2016 Specification) Examiner will mark candidates’ responses in accordance with the pre-defined mark scheme, whilst adhering to conditions of recognition and examination procedures. Most subjects will be marked onscreen using ePEN, which can be done from home. A few subjects are still marked in the traditional method, using paper scripts sent through the post. A high level of subject knowledge is necessary in order to apply the mark scheme. Each examiner will receive an agreed allocation of scripts.

We are also looking for:

Please note that we are now accepting applications from Lecturers:

We are also accepting applications from Newly Qualified Teacher:

Responsibilities

  • To mark accurately and consistently to ensure overall standards are maintained
  • To submit samples to your Team Leader at designated times
  • To ensure milestones for marking are adhered to
  • To ensure all administration is completed as specified

Qualifications needed

  • You will have a degree or equivalent
  • You will be a qualified teacher

Experience needed

You will have at least one year’s full time teaching experience in the relevant subject and qualification, in the last 8 years.

If you are applying for the following:

  • 8EL0/02 (AS Level)
  • 9EL0/02 (A2 Level)

Please note, although there is no requirement to read all the texts in the specification for this qualification, as an Examiner you will be assigned to a specific group of questions. This will require being thoroughly familiar with all the texts attached to each of these groups. Many of these are, however, well-known and widely taught, and you will be given extensive support both during training and the exam series itself in marking responses on these texts.

Competencies required

  • You will have the ability to work well under pressure
  • You will have the ability to meet deadlines
  • You will have a high level of subject knowledge in order to apply the mark scheme

Additional information

  • The marking period is between May – July.
  • The training required to mark as an examiner will take place between May and June.

About Pearson

We value the power of inclusive culture and embed diversity and inclusion in everything we do. Pearson promotes a company culture where differences are embraced as strengths, opportunities are equal and accessible, consideration and respect are the norm. Through our talent, we believe that diversity and inclusion make us a more innovative and vibrant company. People are at the centre of our company. We are committed to a sustainable environment and workplace ecosystem where talent can learn, grow, and thrive. We provide content, assessment and digital services to learners, educational institutions, employers, governments and other partners globally. We are the UK’s largest awarding body and offer qualifications that are globally recognised and benchmarked, with educational excellence rooted in a range of General and Vocational courses.

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