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Deputy Director of Learning: Maths

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Onslow St Audrey's School


MPS/UPS + TLR2b + fringe between £28,101 and £43,885
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
3rd January 2018
Apply by:
31 October 2017

Job overview

We are seeking to appoint an inspirational, dynamic and ambitious candidate who is well qualified and passionate about their subject to support our successful team in the Maths faculty and teach across all key stages. You will report to the Director of Learning and will support the next stage of development for Maths. You should be motivated, student focused with high expectations and someone who can inspire pupils to success with the vision and commitment to deliver targets for the future and raise standards of teaching and learning. A good knowledge of current and future developments in Maths and Teaching and Learning is required to ensure that this area of the school is as successful as it can be. This is a good opportunity for an energetic teacher aspiring to develop their career. The successful candidate must be willing to contribute to the wide and varied extra-curricular programme we offer at the school.


Onslow St Audrey’s became an academy in January 2012 and the leadership team, staff and governors are completely focused on raising standards and providing an exemplary level of care and nurturing for its students. The position offers an outstanding opportunity to join a vibrant academy and play a key role in our quest for excellence. This is a small, thriving, multicultural, friendly and supportive environment in which to work. We are a member of a post-16 Consortium of five local secondary schools.

The academy is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All post holders are subject to a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the DBS.


For further details of how to apply, please see the school website or telephone the Headteacher’s PA on 01707 264228 or email SMillhouse@onslow.herts.sch.uk.

School visits are welcomed and can be arranged with the Headteacher’s PA.

Please visit our website for details of other open vacancies at the school: http://onslow.herts.sch.uk/vacancies/.

Closing date: 31/10/2017 12:00:00
Interview date: 3rd Nov 2017

Ofsted July 2013: Onslow... 'This is a good school with a number of outstanding features'.

Educational excellence at the heart of the community

For more information and to apply online : www.teachinherts.com

Old Rectory Drive
AL10 8AB
01707 264228

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Onslow St Audrey's School is a co-educational academy school based in Hertfordshire for students aged 11-18. It is a non-denominational school. 

The school has a Business and Enterprise specialism. It also runs its own football education programme. It currently has both male and female teams, and plays in the ECFA leagues, National Cup and FA Youth Cup.


Michael Harpham

Values and vision

Onslow St Audrey's School, in expecting the best for its students, believes itself to be highly ambitious in terms of what it wants from them.

The school aims to play a key role in the development of its students through high quality teaching and learning in lessons and having a rich extra-curricular programme outside of lessons. It wishes to help to develop excellent students as well as confident, articulate, and talented young adults.


“Students are proud of their school and behave impeccably towards one another in lessons and around the school. Students feel safe and well cared for. Students’ attendance is well above average. Many out-of-school activities, visits and visitors extend the range of opportunities available for students and this supports their personal development. The sixth form is good. The schools’ partnership with other local schools allows sixth form students to follow a wide range of subjects and courses and, as a result, they achieve well.” 

View Onslow St Audrey's School’s latest Ofsted report

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