Teacher of Maths

Wilmslow High SchoolCheshire East

Interview date: Thursday 9 March 2021

Wilmslow High School

  • School age range: 11-18
  • Number on roll: approx. 2,000 (including 500 sixth form)

We are looking to appoint an outstanding Teacher of Maths with the skills and knowledge to teach students with challenge and passion. 

The successful candidate will be, or have the capacity to become, an excellent practitioner with flair and ambition. They will engage and challenge students to enable them to achieve their best.

Our Maths team is made up of talented and creative individuals who all share a commitment to high quality Maths teaching.  We have high expectations and are looking to improve further.  Results in public examinations are well above the national averages: in 2018, at GCSE 86% achieved 9 - 4 grades with 32% achieving 9 - 7; in 2019, at GCSE 83% achieved 9 – 4 grades with 29% achieving 9 – 7.

We welcome applications from talented, ambitious individuals who want to work with us in the pursuit of excellence for every student every day.

Young people only get one chance at education: at Wilmslow High School we are committed to the pursuit of excellence for every student, every day. We do this through our dedication to learning, by being guided by values and in striving to serve.

We endeavour to preserve a happy and caring environment that is rooted in our core values, and in which staff and students can flourish, whilst challenging ourselves to pursue excellence for all our students. The school is set in extensive grounds, ideally positioned between the thriving city of Manchester and the open countryside of the Peak District.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to respect this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check. 

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