Teacher of Mathematics
Start date: January 2018
Salary: Academy Pay Points 1-11 (£22,917 - £33,491 per annum)
Hours of work: Full time - Permanent
Closing date: 9am 1st December 2017
Sponsored by the Anglican Diocese of Gloucester and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Clifton who aim to build and develop an Academy at the heart of the community it serves with an emphasis on body, mind and spirit - the whole person.
As a mathematics teacher at All Saints’ Academy you will be part of a dynamic team that works passionately to develop the skills of all in one of the most highly respected qualifications.
The Academy was recently rated as “Good” and Ofsted (Nov, 2014) commented that “student achievement in mathematics is improving rapidly as a result of outstanding subject leadership”.
All Saints’ Academy is the most improved non-selective secondary school in Cheltenham for GCSE performance.
This is an exciting time to join the mathematics team as we continue to enhance the quality of teaching and realise the enormous potential of our students. All years are taught in ability sets and our focus is firmly set on deep learning, with a keen attention paid to mastery of key skills and concepts to ensure students are fully prepared to begin the GCSE programme in Year 9.
We offer A level mathematics and uptake is increasing year up on year and results are on an upward trend, with a result of 100% A*-E this summer.
Through your professional practice you will demonstrate a commitment to excellent teaching and will be supported with an extensive CPD programme to meet your needs.
You will ensure the well-being of students and the effective use of resources to continually improve standards of learning and achievement for all students. Our teachers and students benefit from the highest quality technology and practical learning resources.
If you have any questions regarding this role or would like to arrange a visit to the Academy please contact Liam Wilkinson (Vice Principal) at email@example.com
The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be subject to enhanced DBS clearance.
To apply for this role please send a covering letter and a completed Teaching Staff Application Form to Julie Williams, HR Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org