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Head of Mathematics

Head of Mathematics

Middlewich High School

Cheshire East

  • Expired
Range L12-16, £51125 - £56510
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
16 February 2018

Job overview


“Middlewich High School has a prevailing ethos of harmony and respect for others”
(Ofsted Nov 2015)

Senior Leadership – Head of Mathematics
Salary:  Range L12-16, £51125 - £56510

Do you have a passion for learning?
Do you have the ability to create an exciting and stimulating KS3 & KS4 curriculum model?
Do you have an excellent track-record of inspiring students to reach beyond their potential?
Do you have the drive and vision to lead a department in order that they create a lifelong love for Mathematics?
Do you have high aspirations for colleagues and yourself?
Do you want to join a vibrant and caring community school with a vision for excellence?

If you are excited by your answers to these questions, then you may be our next Head of Mathematics.

We are looking to appoint an inspirational colleague, to join our thriving learning community. We are building on present best practice and developing a new strategic vision in order to raise standards even further. We are looking for someone to join our Senior LeadershipTeam and bring creative new ideas to further enhance our Mathematics curriculum provision.

Closing date: Friday 16th February at 10.00am

Shortlisted candidates are invited to the school for a tour and an informal interview with the Headteacher on Tuesday 27th February

A full selection day will be held on Thursday 1st March and will include delivery of a lesson and panel interviews.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant must have enhanced DBS disclosure and satisfactory references.  The School is an equal opportunities employer.

For full details of the post please visit the school website www.middlewichhigh.cheshire.sch/vacancies

If you require any further information please email: Mrs Emma Sayle (Business Manager: Personnel) at

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About Middlewich High School

+44 160 653 7670

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Middlewich High School is a co-educational, non-denominational secondary school in Middlewich, Cheshire. At its most recent inspection, there were 701 pupils aged 11-16 on the school roll.

The town of Middlewich is known for its three canals and has good motorway links to nearby Manchester and Liverpool. Middlewich High School was opened in 1906 and has remained on the same site ever since.

Middlewich High School converted to an academy school in December 2021 and joined the Sir John Brunner Foundation.


Lydia Naylor

Values and vision

Middlewich High School is an excellent school where all children are valued as individuals. We have a strong reputation for being a caring school, and all our children are challenged to be aspirational and aim to reach their full potential.

At Middlewich High School students are placed at the heart of all we do. We strive to offer a fully personalised curriculum and maintain a relentless drive to offer outstanding learning opportunities, in order to raise standards. It is our intent to ensure that students leave us confident, happy, equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in life.

We strive as a community to be lifelong learners and we are working hard to develop a culture of resilience and respect characterised by highly focused, inquisitive, happy students and staff.

Mission Statement

Middlewich High School’s vision is ‘Excellence in Learning – Achievement for All’.  We believe that all pupils irrespective of gender, ethnic origin, capability, physical impairment, or religious belief should acquire, through the curriculum, the knowledge, skills and practical abilities that ensure their success in life.

It is our determination to ensure that every aspect of our practice, our planning and our curriculum is the best it can possibly be. We have an ethos of evaluation and reflection that ensures we continually challenge our thinking; there is no room for complacency in our work. We are characterised by high expectations and ambition, demonstrating a ‘why not’ mind-set at every opportunity. Our determination to ensure that all our students achieve excellence ensures we offer a fully inclusive, broad and well -balanced curriculum.

We support students from entry to the point they leave school in year 11, to pursue Higher and Further Education and become happy, effective employees and responsible global citizens.

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