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Maths Teacher

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A great opportunity for a teacher of Maths looking for an introduction in to their next role at an established and modern secondary school starting from September 2020 or sooner. 

  • Part time Maths teacher (3 days a week)
  • Starting in September 2020 or sooner 
  • Pay in line with teacher pay scale MPS/UPS - GBP24,343- GBP40, 490
  • Taking on full departmental responsibility – planning and delivering a full Maths timetable across KS3 and KS4 in line with the current curriculum
  • Areas covered include; Number, Algebra, Ratio, Proportion
  • Assessing pupil progress in the subject
  • Popular secondary school located in the Swinton area of Salford, with a fantastic working culture , good behaviour and desirable values
  • Post available to Maths teachers of all levels  - must told Qualified Teaching Status (QTS)

The successful Maths teacher will deliver a full timetable in line with the current national curriculum, including; Numbers (decimals, measures, fractions), Algebra, Ratio etc. The Maths teacher will be comfortable delivering lessons to all pupil abilities and be flexible in your approach to teaching. The successful Maths teacher will engage in planning and marking, revision sessions, internal training and parent’s evening when required. Feedback from previous teachers at this school is consistently positive, mainly commenting on the high level of support from the SLT. This will be a fantastic opportunity for the successful Maths Teacher!

The school are looking for a dedicated Maths teacher to join their team on a part time basis who will deliver inspiring and engaging Maths lessons to encourage pupil to reach their full potential in the subject ahead. Located in Swinton just off the M60 and M61. The school is also very accessible for those Maths teachers who live in and around of Salford and Bolton and areas of Wigan including Leigh.

To apply for the Maths teacher post, please apply with an updated CV below.

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later

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