Establish a safe and stimulating environment for pupils, rooted in mutual respect leading to full engagement and high levels of enjoyment for the pupils.
Demonstrate consistently the positive attitudes, values and behaviour that are expected of pupils.
Clear routines and rules for behaviour in lessons, take responsibility for promoting good and courteous behaviour both in lessons and around the school in accordance with the schools own behaviour policy.
Set goals that stretch and challenge pupils of all backgrounds and abilities.
Maintain the pace of learning as purposeful and physically active.
Ensure lessons are setup ahead of the class arrival to allow swift movement between activities with no wasted time in session for setup.
Excellent subject knowledge to describe and model techniques to show pupils the standards expected.
Effective questioning of pupils during practice accompanied by high-quality, subject-specific feedback on how to acquire skills and improve their performance.
Guide pupils to reflect on the progress they have made and allow peer feedback supported and facilitated through effective questioning..
Lessons are sharply focused because they were based securely on high- quality long-term planning
Lessons plans are detailed and allow for further differentiation for abilities to ensure pupils are being challenged and can achieve regardless of what stage they are currently in their learning.
Pupils have regular opportunities to be creative, make decisions for themselves and practise skills independently, in pairs and small groups for sustained periods of time.
Develop effective professional relationships with colleagues.
Link sessions with wider community to enhance subject.