We are looking to appoint a highly effective, passionate and inspiring Curriculum Lead for Maths. The successful candidate will understand the challenges facing young people. Are you an outstanding practitioner with a proven track record of implementing and delivering a creative curriculum for Maths that captures and inspires young people?
This is an exciting opportunity is to support the STEM lead to develop the Maths curriculum across EOTAS. You will have the vision to lead teaching and learning to the next level. You will motivate students, engage parents and raise student’s aspiration in order to provide them with best opportunities and outcomes.
EOTAS is made up of 3 unique Colleges with sites across Swindon. Each College has a unique client group but all have the common goal – supporting young people and their families through challenging circumstances in order for them to achieve and move on to positive destinations.
“Better Choices, Better lives”
The post will be based at Fernbrook College where you will become part of a dynamic and supportive staff team. Fernbrook has transformed its curriculum with an emphasis on high expectations in the classroom, alongside strong pastoral support and intervention for its students. You will be responsible for a small tutor group, a key and important part of working for EOTAS. Candidates with a strong pastoral background and experience, may be also be offered the opportunity to become a year leader.
To be successful you will:
• A passion for teaching and learning, understanding the needs of vulnerable young people with SEMH (Social, Emotional and Mental Health)
• A sound knowledge of the SEN Code of Practice in regards to your teaching and delivery.
• Show commitment to a culture of continuous improvement that promotes excellence for staff and students alike.
• Have the personal and professional qualities that fit to the vision and values of EOTAS.
Achievement and Aspiration
Responsibility and Resilience
Courage and Confidence
EOTAS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We also have an excellent CPD program with staff supervision from our Educational Psychologists.
Please contact Emma Preedy to arrange a visit and please take the time to view our website for more information regarding EOTAS. Please forward a completed application form and supporting statement outlining your suitability for the post.
- Pupil referral unit(pru) with state funding
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 16 years