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Teachers at Beech Hall School will be responsible for delivering a bespoke approach to learning through a new lens, with emphasis placed on growing minds, hearts, eco-responsibility, digital, innovation and being part of a global community.

The Beech Hall Tapestry frames our curriculum, our approach and our educational footprint. All educational staff will be supported to deliver relevant and contemporary education, with excellent resourcing and a team of collaborative and child-centred colleagues.


Line managed by the Director of Academics


Core Responsibilities:

Subject Knowledge

● Embrace an innovative approach to curriculum and pedagogy, and a willingness to research and apply updated, best practice in all areas of education;

● Model a clear understanding of all subjects taught as part of the curriculum, with the ability to adapt and innovate, recognising that each child’s learning will be tailored to their needs, abilities and interests;

● Model and take responsibility for promoting high standards of communication, collaboration, curiosity and creativity;

● Demonstrate a clear understanding of the development of reading, writing and maths in an EYFS setting, and how to enhance these throughout a thematic curriculum.


Curriculum Design and Adaptation

● Plan, create and develop exciting and engaging learning opportunities that enhance knowledge, skills and learning habits in all areas of the curriculum;

● Plan learning that takes into account the National Curriculum and considers how to extend learning opportunities by implementing the six strands of the Beech Hall Tapestry;

● Consider regulatory subjects in region and ensure that these are incorporated into the wider learning experience for students;

● Clearly plan for students of all abilities, accounting for those who need support or challenge by making sure that lessons are tailored to the needs of all students;

● Plan for effective use of digital technology;

● Plan for effective use of learning resources which optimise learning;

● Link planned outcomes and formative assessment opportunities to ensure that there is a deep understanding of next steps in learning;

● Use internal tracking systems to monitor and report on progress;

● Communicate clearly and regularly with parents with regards to learning, including; mindset, wellbeing and holistic progress.


Qualifications, Skills and Experience

· A relevant Bachelor’s Degree;

· UK Postgraduate Certificate of Education or Teaching Qualification

· A minimum of two years relevant teaching experience;

· Excellent working knowledge of the UK National Curriculum/International Primary Curriculum/IB system;

· A proven track record of effective teaching;

· A strong academic background, stature and experience that will command the respect of pupils, parents, colleagues and the wider community

· A commitment to academic progress and the welfare and safeguarding of students;

· Knowledge and understanding of recent educational developments and best practice;


Beech Hall School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We execute rigorous recruitment procedures that ensure all employees and volunteers are of sound moral character and are suitable people to work with children and young adults. The School expects all teaching staff, non-teaching staff and volunteers to share and uphold our commitment to safeguarding;

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