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Head of Maths Department

Head of Maths Department

Les Beaucamps High School

Guernsey

Salary:
MPS/UPS (£29,247 - £41,996/£44,353 - £47,175) plus Management Allowance level 3
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
Easter or September 2018
Apply by:
26 January 2018

Job overview

This is an excellent opportunity to join Les Beaucamps High School in Guernsey and enjoy an exceptional future on a beautiful island.

About you

We are looking for an experienced, well-qualified specialist graduate teacher with the vision to lead and take responsibility for the work of the Mathematics department. Furthermore, we will look to you to contribute to and impact upon school improvement, particularly at middle manager level, whilst making a full contribution to the ethos, identity and life of the school and to the Guernsey Federation of Secondary Schools.

You will lead by example, demonstrate excellence in teaching and learning, and will possess first class communication skills, enabling you to maintain productive relationships with staff. Above all, you will have the determination to make a difference to the lives of young people.

About the Education Service

The three island 11-16 High Schools, the Guernsey Grammar School & Sixth Form Centre (11-18), and St Anne’s School in Alderney work in a federated model of partnership working led by the Director of Education.

The drivers in secondary phase education for this collaborative approach are quality of educational experience and outcomes, equality of opportunity and access, and efficient and effective use of resources.

Employed by the States of Guernsey and based at Les Beaucamps High School, you will be required to maximise opportunities for collaborative working, teaching and learning across Key Stages and shared professional development across schools. There is an expectation that you will engage in cross-school initiatives which may require working on more than one site to meet the needs of the Education Service.

This post carries a five-year employment permit. If appointed, you can expect to:

  • Benefit from the stunning scenery and enviable quality of life;
  • Work in a well-resourced school that follows an innovative Bailiwick curriculum based on the English National Curriculum and which has favourable PTRs;
  • Be part of a leading development of ICT in education and be allocated a personal laptop;
  • Receive a generous relocation package to the island, including rent allowance; 
  • Enjoy the benefits of more generous tax allowances on an island with no VAT.

How to contact us

For further information about the post, please contact Sophie Roughsedge, Headteacher on 01481 756040 or email: Sophie.Roughsedge@lesbeaucampshigh.sch.gg

Applications can be made via: https://career5.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=58241&company=C0001230059P&username=

Our Recruitment team can be contacted on 01481 747394 and if you would like to register information about future teaching vacancies, please visit www.gov.gg/careers

Closing date: 26th January 2018 

About Les Beaucamps High School

Les Beaucamps High School is a co-educational school for students aged 11-16. It is based in Guernsey.

Headteacher

Sophie Roughsedge

Values and vision

Les Beaucamps High School’s school motto is “learn, believe, honour, succeed”. At the school, it is believed school should be the foundation of opportunity and success in later life and that all areas of school life should promote a culture of high aspiration, ambition and success. The school has stressed that it recognises that the best intervention a child can ever receive is consistently high quality teaching. It is thought that the school curriculum should be personalised to the needs of students, offering them a rich and broad foundation from which to progress to Post-16 education, Higher Education and the world of work. There is also a commitment at the school to offering a diverse and varied extra-curricular programme to provide pupils with opportunities to learn vital life skills beyond the classroom. Les Beaucamps High School intends for its pastoral care and support to be focused on removing barriers to learning to ensure that, no matter what a child’s background or personal difficulties, all pupils are able and ready to learn. The school is keen to affirm that it has high standards of its students at all times and wishes for them to display mutual respect towards each other. Importance is also placed on there being a strong partnership between students’ parents and the school.   

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Applications closed