Administrative and Clerical Tasks: 24 tasks
24 examples of routine administrative and clerical tasks are outlined below:
Chasing absences - teachers will need to inform the relevant member of staff when students are absent from their class or from school.
Producing standard letters - teachers may be required to contribute as appropriate in formulating the content of standard letters.
Producing class lists - teachers may be required to be involved as appropriate in allocating students to a particular class.
Record keeping and filing - teachers may be required to contribute to the content of records.
Classroom display - teachers will make professional decisions in determining what material is displayed in and around their classroom.
Analysing attendance figures - it is for teachers to make use of the outcome of analysis.
Processing exam results - teachers will need to use the analysis of exam results.
Collating pupil reports.
Administering work experience - teachers may be required to support pupils on work experience (including through advice and visits).
Administering examinations - teachers have a professional responsibility for identifying appropriate examinations for their pupils.
Administering teacher cover
ICT trouble shooting and minor repairs.
Commissioning new ICT equipment.
Ordering supplies and equipment - teachers may be involved in identifying needs.
Cataloguing, preparing, issuing and maintaining equipment and materials.
Minuting meetings - teachers may be required to communicate action points from meetings.
Co-ordinating and submitting bids - teachers may be required to make a professional input into the content of bids.
Seeking and giving personnel advice.
Managing pupil data - teachers will need to make use of the analysis of pupil data.
Inputting pupil data - teachers will need to make the initial entry of pupil data into school management systems.
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