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Assistant Subject Leader for Mathematics

Assistant Subject Leader for Mathematics

Mayfield School


  • Expired
MPR/UPR + TLR (£6450)
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
January 2018
Apply by:
8 October 2017

Job overview


Mayfield is a very successful and heavily oversubscribed school in the north of Portsmouth City. We are one of the first state, single-site, ‘all through’ schools in the country. We operate an “Outstanding” Pre-School and Nursery on site with reduced fees and preferential access for Mayfield staff. We have been successful in our bid to receive ‘priority school building’ funding which will result in a multi-million pound investment in the school buildings on top of over £3 million already invested since September 2011. During our last section 5 inspection by OfSTED we were found to be ‘Good’ in all areas and our Summer 2017 results are our best ever, with a likely ‘progress 8’ score close to zero. All staff members have the opportunity to work across all sections of the school depending on their interest, skills and experience. During this period of growth, we have a number of vacancies in all sections and truly believe “our only limitation is our ambition”. 

All relevant information and application forms can be downloaded from the school website: 

For further enquiries or to arrange a visit prior to application please contact Mrs Lynne Hollis, PA to Headteacher at: 

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About Mayfield School

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  • Mayfield School
  • Mayfield Road, North End, Portsmouth
  • Hampshire
  • PO2 0RH
  • United Kingdom
+44 23 9269 3432

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School Ethos

Supporting and actively promoting the ethos of the school is the principle role of EVERY member of staff.
ALL members of our community are expected to work hard, be disciplined and show others respect.
Our ethos is summarised in our mission statement “Your only limitation is your ambition”.
In summary, we expect everyone to;

1. Be on time, well presented and properly equipped.
2. Show good manners and consider themselves as role models.
3. Challenge behaviours which fall short of our high expectations.

ALL staff should recognise that teaching goes on both inside and outside of lesson time,
and that throughout their working day staff should actively find opportunities to reinforce the schools ethos with students,
whether they are students you teach or not.

To this end ALL staff are encouraged to;

1. Greet students in corridors frequently, encouraging respectful responses from students.
2. Politely ask students to pick up litter.
3. Comment on “good behaviours” e.g. “You look very smart, well done”
4. Actively take an interest in a student who looks injured or in some other way distressed.
5. Ask students to stand up right when they talk to you and encourage eye contact.

Staff should note that duties are a particularly useful way of reinforcing the school’s ethos. Therefore, staff undertaking a duty are encouraged to actively engage with students, not “guard space”; whilst maintaining high levels of vigilance.

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