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Maths Teacher - Preston - October start

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Maths teacher

  • Full time
  • Preston
  • Maternity cover
  • 28th October start date

The Governors of a popular, oversubscribed secondary school wish to appoint an excellent classroom practitioner to join their outstanding Maths Department, to provide maternity cover.

The successful applicant will be joining a department that has a proven track record of achieving fantastic GCSE results and will be expected to actively contribute towards even bigger successes in the future. This post is suitable for a well-qualified and passionate Maths teacher and would suit a newly qualified teacher or an experienced teacher.

The OFSTED inspectors commented on the "consistently high quality of teaching" whilst noting that "staff are as concerned for students' personal well-being as they are about their academic success."

The Maths department:

The Mathematics department is a successful and highly driven team with a trend of rising GCSE results both in progress and attainment. Currently there are five members of the department. All feel confident that their contribution is treasured and all contribute to curriculum initiatives, teaching methodology and course content.

Within the department there is a high level of expertise, with a Head of Maths, a Lead Practitioner and an Associate Assistant Headteacher, who is also a maths Senior Leader in Education (SLE).

All classrooms have interactive whiteboards and there are bookable ICT suites available as well as iPads dedicated to the department.

The pupils are currently entered for EDEXCEL, GCSE Maths.

The candidate appointed will:

  • Be qualified to degree level in Mathematics and hold a recognised teaching qualification.
  • Have experience of teaching Mathematics at Key Stage 3 and 4.
  • Be an excellent classroom practitioner with a proven record of success at all levels.
  • Be committed to high standards and able to excite and motivate pupils.
  • Be organised, positive, with the ability to prioritise and work to deadlines.
  • Have the necessary personal and interpersonal skills to be an innovative team member.
  • Have enthusiasm, drive, initiative and imagination.
  • Be determined and ambitious but sensitive to the needs of others.

Please send an updated CV to Emily Billington - For more information call 01772 842 152

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

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