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Maths Teacher Wellingborough

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Maths Teacher - Wellingborough

Opportunity for a full time teacher of Maths to join Ofsted 'Good' Secondary School in Wellingborough. This role will involve teaching Maths to Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 students alongside a highly experienced Mathematics department committed to maintaining the schools' high standards of teaching and learning.

Key information:

  • Full time Teacher of Maths
  • Commencing September 2019
  • Must hold relevant qualifications and experience
  • Applications are urged from both experienced and newly qualified teachersas relevant support will be provided to the successful candidate.
  • Pay in line with MPS/UPS £23, 720 - £39, 406.

The school has recently beat the national figures for students achieving a grade 5 or above in English and Maths as well as having the highest number of students achieving grade 9's in the area. Results in Maths have been particularly strong: in 2018 66% of students gained a grade 4 or above and 53% gained a grade 5 or higher. This post is initially required for the whole of the academic year; however there could be a permanent contract available for a candidate who has a positive impact on the progression of pupils. Senior Leadership are intent on supporting staff members by investing in their personal development in order to keep improving. There will be regular reviews and CPD (Continuous Professional Development) sessions that are aimed at improving teaching as a whole within the Maths department to help push teachers towards 'Outstanding'.

Working as a Mathematics teacher, roles and responsibilities will include:

  • Delivering pupil centred lessons throughout the creation of comprehensive lesson plans
  • Incorporating various methods of teaching to ensure pupils are actively engaged and understand the materials clearly
  • Collaborating with senior teachers in order to establish new activities to boost students' attainment and allocate resources correctly.

This is a fantastic opportunity to continue your career within a great department full of enthusiastic and dedicated professionals. For more information please contact Megan on 01604 521222 or email a copy of your CV for immediate consideration.

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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