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KS5 Co-ordinator for Maths

KS5 Co-ordinator for Maths

St Paul's School for Girls


  • Expired
MPR/UPR + TLR 2B (£4,447)
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
January 2018
Apply by:
8 October 2017

Job overview

The Governing Body of St Paul’s School for Girls is seeking to appoint an inspirational KS5 Co-ordinator of Maths for commencement in January 2018. We seek an outstanding practitioner with the ability to lead the delivery of A Level Science in this outstanding Catholic School. The successful candidate will have proven track record of success at A level teaching.

St Paul’s is a Catholic comprehensive school for girls aged 11 - 19. Our school is in the top 5% of schools in England and in the top 2% for Mathematical attainment at GCSE. In 2017, GCSE English and Maths combined was 84%, grades 9 - 4.

The successful applicant will be:

  • Responsible for the leadership of A Level Maths

Must have:

  • A track record of outstanding A level teaching outcomes with positive value added e.g. ALPS Red
  • A consistent record of outstanding teaching and learning
  • The experience of successfully planning, resourcing and delivering at A Level
  • The ability to lead and inspire a team of Maths A Level teachers
  • The ability to monitor and effectively track pupil progress and put in place appropriate and timely interventions
  • The ability to communicate effectively with pupils, staff and parents
  • The ability to inspire a love of Maths
  • The ability to motivate and inspire pupil self-confidence
  • A positive can do attitude to help pupils overcome any barriers to learning

We offer:

  • An established and comprehensive induction programme
  • A strong commitment to your professional development and career management - excellent CPD and leadership development at all levels
  • Outstanding exam results
  • A supportive environment in which your enthusiasm will be encouraged, nurtured and rewarded
  • A working environment focused on Teaching and Learning and raising standards for all
  • A positive and stimulating school climate which values the contribution of all staff

If you have the passion and drive to contribute to the future development of A Level Maths at St Paul’s School for Girls, we look forward to hearing from you.

Closing Date: Monday 9 October 2017, noon
Interview date: Wednesday 11 October 2017.

An application pack can be downloaded from our website Please return your completed application form and one side of A4 stating your suitability for the post.

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff and to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to all necessary pre-employment checks, including: an enhanced DBS; Prohibition check; Childcare Disqualification (where applicable); qualifications (where applicable); medical fitness; identity and right to work. All applicants will be required to provide two suitable references.

St Paul’s School for Girls,
Vernon Road,
B16 9SL,
Tel: 0121 454 0895,

Dr D.E Casserly

About St Paul's School for Girls

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St Paul’s School for Girls is a mainstream, comprehensive, Roman Catholic secondary school for girls aged 11-18. It is situated in Edgbaston in Birmingham and it has 989 pupils on its roll. The headteacher is a former pupil.

The school was founded in 1908 by the Sisters of the Charity of St Paul the Apostle. It is committed to the words of Mother Genevieve Dupius: "Do your best for the Children."

St Paul’s School for Girls is in the top 5% of schools in England; 88% of pupils have achieved five A*-C GCSEs including English and maths.


Dr D E Casserly

Values and vision

The Roman Catholic faith is the structure on which the school community is built, permeating every aspect of life at St Paul’s School for Girls. The secondary school strives to deliver the highest quality of teaching and learning. Each pupil is encouraged to aim for excellence and achieve their best personal and academic standards.

Catholic values are actively promoted throughout the school, such as the belief that all persons are sacred and are made in the image of God, and are entitled to justice and opportunity in order to develop fully.

Ofsted report

“Some teaching is outstanding, including in the sixth form. Teachers make sure they help students improve their literacy in lots of different subjects. Students’ behaviour is outstanding both in lessons and around the school. They attend well, are punctual and are very keen to learn and succeed. Relationships between all members of the school are strong and students are supported by a 'can do', caring ethos.”

View St Paul’s School for Girls latest Ofsted report

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