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Head of Maths TLR1B

Head of Maths TLR1B

Montsaye Academy


  • Expired
TLR1b (£9471.00)
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
Full time permanent post for 1 January 2018
Apply by:
26 October 2017

Job overview

HEAD OF MATHS TLR1b (£9471.00)

Full time permanent post for 1 January 2018

You are a dynamic teacher looking for a department in which to develop your leadership potential. We are a school with learning placed firmly at the centre of the agenda. Together we will have a significant impact on the lives of the young people served by Montsaye Academy.

Do you have the ability to inspire both staff and students, to improve outcomes in the short term, and to transform maths teaching at the academy in the years ahead? That’s the sort of colleague we are seeking: someone to take on the role of Head of Maths and to support the continued development of our maths department.

If you have the drive and passion to ensure that students feel valued and make outstanding progress then Montsaye Academy might just be the school for you. Located within easy reach of both Leicester and Northampton, and situated in a semi-rural setting, we offer a supportive environment in which to develop your leadership and management skills to further enhance your career.

Montsaye is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people.

Application forms and further details are available from our website 

Closing date: Friday 27 October 2017

About Montsaye Academy

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  • Montsaye Academy
  • Greening Road, Rothwell, Kettering
  • Northamptonshire
  • NN14 6BB
  • United Kingdom
+44 1536 418844

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Montsaye Academy is located in the historic Northamptonshire market town of Rothwell, easily reached from Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Warwickshire and Bedfordshire. Northamptonshire was recently placed as third in the country in the Halifax Quality of Life Survey and is one of the greenest counties in in England; with 161 parks covering 1,600 acres.

Montsaye Academy has been through a turbulent last 18 months but is going through a process of rapid improvement. The school is on an upward trajectory and has a very exciting future ahead.

The academy is a member of Pathfinder Schools with eight primaries from who we draw the majority of our cohort each year. We have other very effective partnerships with local secondary schools that also enhance our curriculum and support our practice.

Montsaye Academy is heavily invested in its staff and is proud to offer access to the following;

· Cake Fridays where staff have the opportunity to bring in their bakes and catch up with colleagues

· A free membership for our onsite sports centre which boasts a pool and modern gym where staff can swim for free

· Free coffee and tea in staff room

· Free annual flu jab

· Free Healthcare plan

· Full program of CPD tailored to individual staff, enabling our teacher to develop their career and continuously build upon their potential

We are a research engaged school and our teaching and learning strategies are driven by the evidence for what works. We have a well developed CPD programme that gives teachers the opportunity to gain the following accredited qualifications:

• MA in Education

• National Professional Qualification for Middle Leaders

• National Professional Qualification for Senior Leaders

• We are also supporting teachers to complete PhDs in Education

At Montsaye we offer a broad, balanced curriculum, enhanced by our extracurricular provision, through which we aim to support students to develop a keen interest in learning, enhancing their basic skills of communication and literacy as well as exploring particular strengths and interests. Our staff demonstrate every day their commitment to supporting young people as they explore the world around them and have an unswerving belief in the ability of our students.

Education in Partnership, the academy’s motto, means working closely with parents and carers to support students to make outstanding progress. It also means encouraging students to work together to support one another.

We provide an engaging curriculum, constantly develop our teaching workforce and create an atmosphere of mutual respect so that we are able to meet the individual needs of children. Our commitment is to making sure that students leaving Montsaye will be resilient, proactive, independent learners able to face the challenges of the adult world and to lead where others follow.

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Applications closed