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Curriculum Director, Maths

UTC Sheffield City CentreSheffield

The Sheffield UTC Academy Trust provides a new and dynamic education. We opened our City Centre site in September 2013 specialising in Engineering and Creative & Digital Media and then opened our second UTC on the exciting new Olympic Legacy Park in Sheffield in September 2016 offering opportunities for students in Health Science, Computing and Sports Science.  UTC Derby Pride Park also joined the Trust in December 2019.

We aim to deliver an outstanding educational experience grounded in real, relevant workplace practice. Partnerships with world-class companies, schools, colleges and universities give our students a unique start to their future careers.  We provide training today for the jobs of tomorrow.  Our destinations are testament to our success with students progressing to Russell Group Universities including Cambridge and securing higher level apprenticeships and employment at companies including Boeing, Toyota, Bauer Media, BP and the Royal Navy.

Due to the retirement of the current post holder, we are looking to recruit a Curriculum Director for Mathematics.  You will work alongside our Executive Principal, Nick Crew and Principal, Alex Reynolds to develop a centre of excellence focusing on Engineering and Creative & Digital Media. The core subjects underpin everything we do and as Curriculum Director for Mathematics, you will have a pivotal role.  Mathematics is critical to our specialist subjects and the most popular A-level at the UTC.

You will have a track record of successful operational delivery at a leadership level in a relevant setting and proven positive impact on raising standards and managing change.

The role will include leading, managing, monitoring and evaluating development, improvement and implementation of policy and strategy in the following areas:

• Resources

• Teaching and Learning

• Inclusion and accommodation

• Health & Safety

• Employer Engagement

• Assessment, progress and effective feedback for all students with a focus on vulnerable groups

• Progress Tracking and communication with parents

• Rewards and Sanctions

• Targets at faculty and student level

• Behaviour and safety 

• Effective teams

• Curriculum and grouping of students

• CPD, PIP’s and appraisal processes within the faculty 

• Quality Assurance including a team SEF (Self-Evaluation Form) and FIP (Faculty Improvement Plan)

• Planning 



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