We are looking to appoint a highly motivated and enthusiastic practitioner who will, under the guidance of the Director of Maths, take responsibility for Key Stage 3 in maths. Applications are welcomed from both current postholders and ambitious teachers with a proven track record of success and the desire to be an outstanding leader. This exciting role will provide the successful applicant with the opportunity to help shape the provision of maths in the vitally important first three years of secondary education and beyond.
You will need to be committed to our vision of becoming an outstanding school and to supporting the maths team in delivering consistently high standards for students of all abilities. Responsibilities will include monitoring and evaluating student progress and leading the development of teaching, learning and assessment in Key Stage 3. As a leader in our school, you will work closely with Assistant Team Leaders from other curriculum areas in developing and improving teaching and learning and will be responsible for ensuring that every student enjoys an excellent experience across their maths lessons.
If you are a highly effective teacher, able to form excellent educational relationships with students and staff and are confident at leading on the development of challenging and engaging schemes of learning, we would love to hear from you. The ability to teach maths to both GCSE and A-Level is essential.
In return we offer:
- A school committed to excellence that values staff and students
- A stable and high performing team and a curriculum structure that offers a diverse range of qualifications including maths and further maths in KS4, plus core maths, maths and further maths in the sixth form.
- A school with outstanding ethos, results, attendance and behaviour on a par with other high achieving schools in the south west of England
- A full and varied CPD programme offering teaching and leadership development for our staff
- Excellent students with very good take up at GCSE and A Level
- Wider opportunities to be involved across our multi academy trust
Wellsway Multi Academy Trust is a partnership of schools which span the Bristol - Keynsham - Bath area that are working together to provide a high quality educational experience for all students in their care.
If you are interested and want to find out more or how to apply, please go the How to Apply section. Closing date for applications is midday Thursday 22 February 2018. Interview date to be confirmed.
PLEASE NOTE: Early applications are encouraged. Wellsway School reserves the right to interview and appoint prior to the closing date of the advertisement, should the School be able to appoint an appropriate candidate.
If you are interested and would like to discuss further or visit the school, please contact Stuart Hill (Director of Mathematics, Assistant Principal) on 0117 986 4751 or email email@example.com who will be delighted to hear from you.
- Visit the school website www.wellswayschool.com
- Download the Job Description / Person Specification, Candidate Pack and Application Form
- In Section 7 of the Application Form (Information in Support of your Application) in no more than two sides please provide details of how your skills and experiences match the qualities referred to in the person specification.
- Email your completed Application Form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wellsway Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Your suitability to work with children and young people will form part of the selection process. For this post, prior to appointment Wellsway Multi Academy Trust will apply for a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring check, a Children’s Barred list check, two satisfactory references, satisfactory pre-employment health screening and for Teachers, a Prohibition Check in relation to the children’s workforce. In some settings a Declaration will be required in order to meet our obligations under the ‘Disqualification under the Childcare Act 2006.