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Organization: Merryland
Infant & Primary School
Duty Station: Kanyanya,
Gayaza, Uganda
Reports to: Head
of Department, Deputy Head-teacher and Head-teacher
Merryland Infant
& Primary School is located in Kanyanya Gayaza Road.
Job Summary:  The Subject – Teacher is responsible for
ensuring teaching and learning processes stimulates pupil’s improved academic
and co-curricular performance. S/he ensures curriculum delivery is reflected in
the scheme of work and that lessons are planned and delivered according to
timetable and record of work filed. S/he ensures assignments and tests
stimulate memory, comprehension and mastery of content covered. Additionally,
the subject teacher is expected to demonstrate good administrative and
management skills; including living up to the teacher’s professional code of
conduct and setting a good example to the entire school community, maintaining
quest for learning as the lead learner.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:  
Develop schemes of
work, lesson plans and teach key learning objectives within subject area. As
well as:
·       
Develops
detailed subject schemes of work, lessons plans and records of work termly.
·       
Ensures
that all lessons are planned and taught according to the school timetable.
·       
Updates
class subject register, checking for pupil’s attendance of classes and reports
in case of any anomalies.
·       
Teaches
and inspires pupils to high academic performance attainment through full
coverage of subject syllabus
·       
Assess
pupils and give useful feedback for improved performance by filling report
cards and mark sheets.
·       
Addresses
subject area problems affecting pupils’ achievement by ensuring clarity
expected of the pupil.
·       
Compiles
termly assessment marks for submission and forecasts to the Deputy Head
teacher.
·       
Liaises
with the class teachers to support teaching/learning in the classroom and the
school.
·       
Addresses
pupil conduct ensuring that barriers to pupils’ achievements are identified and
removed.
·       
Participates
in drawing up the subject teaching content and collaborates with other teachers
to improve the teaching/learning processes.
·       
Teaches
according to differentiated ⁹the special learning needs of the class, reflecting
this awareness in the expectations made, assessments given for holistic child
development.
Ensures
a good learning environment and projects pupil’s results. As well as:
·       
Ensures
teaching and learning is done in a clean, tidy, safe and supportive learning
environment by following up in case of delays and taking corrective actions.
·       
Ensures
that pupils develop respect and supportiveness for the teaching and learning
environment by maintaining sensitivity to the physical and psychological space.
·       
Supports
pupil assessments as a part of learning and adding to their eagerness to attain
excellence by review.
·       
Projects
pupil results in the subject area to create an environment that stretches
pupils to achievement and meet learner needs through guidance and counselling.
·       
Articulates
the school vision, mission, values and anthem ensuring pupils demonstrate proud
identity and express it in the value they attach to the school.
·       
Champion
school citizenship among pupils ensuring they attach value to the school to
enforce discipline.
Ensures
school events are represented and pupils closely observed. As well as:
·       
Attends
school programs ensuring input in staff development, conveyor exam marking or
meetings.
·       
Brings
in own expertise in school programs, supporting pupil preparations and
overseeing co-curricular activities from time to time as may be required.
·       
Builds
sound relationships with staff and pupils from visiting schools during inter
school activities through collaborative behaviours that can be adopted by
pupils.
·       
Supports
pupils house activities: sports, cultural festivals, events and cleaning
competitions overseeing preparations and behaviour at such events.
·       
Acts as
an evaluator at school competitions by making sound judgement to ensure
unbiased assessments. 

Manages own
learning by living-up to ethical conduct as a lead learner. As well as:
·       
Reviews
own teaching and reflects on ways to improve delivery of content.
·       
Continuously
applies learner-centred teaching methods ensuring pupils grow towards higher
order thinking skills through analysis and evaluation.
·       
Sits in
colleague’s lessons, gives them feedback on their effectiveness to ensure
lessons are memorable, engaging to learners and covers core syllabus content.
·       
Attends
staff trainings to learn/apply personal improvement aspects that directly
inform teaching practices.
·       
Deliver
evidenced-based teaching and learning practices to fellow staff at learning
workshops (INSTEP)
·       
Engages
in personal education and training, bringing in new knowledge and skills for
opportunities to further own education and ensure such information is
documented.

·       
Manages
time effectively by following school calendar/timetable to create value for
time among the pupils.

Coordinates
specific routine, roles and responsibilities in the school: As well as:

·       
As
teacher on duty supports pupils to follow school and class rules and
regulations at all times.
·       
Supports
the school management address cases of deviant behaviour affecting pupils’
performance.
·       
Participates
in examination invigilation, ensuring the school reputation is upheld and all
procedures of examination supervision and invigilation are complied with.
·       
Coach
pupils by preparing them for life through supervised teaching/play and guided
learning.
·       
Carry
out other duties as requested by the Supervisor
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·       
The applicant
must hold a Diploma in Primary Education from a
recognised institution. Grade V education is desired.
  

·       
At least
three years of experience in teaching the subject area
·       
Desirable:
5 years teaching in the subject area and registered with MoES   
·       
Excellent
Childhood Development teaching skills
·       
Desirable:
Ability to develop, subject teaching resources
·       
Teaching
·       
Assessment
skills
·       
Planning
and organising
·       
Communication
·       
Problem-solving
and decision-making
·       
Integrity
·       
Results
orientation
·       
Logical
and forward thinking
·       
Proactivity
·       
Emotional
resourcefulness
·       
Understanding
of others
·       
Support
orientation
·       
Passion
for education
·       
Professional
ethics
·       
Have
enthusiasm for school work

Appreciation
for the school

Application should
be addressed to The Director Merry land Infant and Primary School Kanyanya
Gayaza Road and send their CVs via email to 

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