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Maths teacher (Northamptonshire)

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Mathematics teacher (Northamptonshire)

A successful specialist science college in Northampton are working closely with Teaching Personnel in order to recruit a Maths teacher to start in January 2019. The school are looking for an engaging and motiving teacher of maths with the ability to teach key stage 3 to key stage 5 confidently. The school are also looking for an ambitious individual that will be compatible with the ethos of the school and can join the department on permanently on a full time or part time basis. The school are rated 'good' by Ofsted, who also commented that the students have an extremely positive attitude which makes a strong comment on the teaching ability. The school boast a curriculum which is designed with the intention of challenging students while also encouraging their progression and providing them with a vast choice.

  • Be highly motivated and dedicated to achieving results
  • Be passionate about maths with the ability to deliver creative and innovative lessons tailored to a variety of abilities
  • Have knowledge of the current maths curriculum
  • Posses both excellent classroom and behaviour management skills
  • Monitor the progress of pupils and ensure that standards remain high
  • Be able to work cooperatively with young people and communicate effectively
  • Have excellent organisation skills required to plan and prepare inventive lessons

Benefits of working with the UK Market leaders in Education recruitment include:

  • The opportunity to earn up to £800 per week
  • Access to CPD courses at a subsidised cost which will enable you to upskill yourself
  • Your own dedicated consultant with specialist sector knowledge.

All candidates must provide two references as well as a Current Child Workforce DBS registered with the DBS Update Service.

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity to inspire pupils within a school focused on student individuality and willing to invest in the development of your teaching career, please send an updated CV or call 01604 521222.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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