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We are seeking to appoint an exceptional teacher of Mathematics to work in a continuously improving establishment. The role will involve teaching pupils aged 11 to 18 years old up to A level. This is an exciting opportunity to join a successful faculty where a supportive induction process is included with career development opportunities. Successful applicants are required to provide an enhanced DBS disclosure.
The delivery of KS3, KS4 and KS5 curriculum
Giving constructive and guided feedback to students both written and verbally
Summative and formative assessment, guide progress through marking and feedback
Communicating effectively with parents throughout the year
Attending departmental meetings
Planning, delivering and marking lessons.
Encouraged to share best practice within and beyond the department
Lead extracurricular enrichment activities to extend learning beyond the classroom
Successful candidates should hold a PGCE with a relevant Bachelor's Degree, a Bachelor of Education or the international equivalent.
Possess an excellent subject knowledge
Have excellent knowledge of the British Curriculum
Maintain exceptional classroom practice
Work collaboratively and creatively with colleagues
Have a proven track record of success, and raising pupil attainment within the subject
Payment scale advertised is based upon the teacher pay scale from M1 to M6. Actual pay is based upon relevant teaching experience.
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