Deputy Head of Mathematics

Colchester Royal Grammar SchoolColchester Royal Grammar School

Deputy Head of Mathematics 

Colchester Royal Grammar School


Required for September 2021

Salary: £28,587 - £44,477 per annum 

(MPS/UPS, inclusive of TLR 2a)

Thinking of making a change for an exciting new challenge? Thinking of moving to a place where the countryside is on your doorstep, but still only one hours’ journey from London? If so, Colchester Royal Grammar School, the Sunday Times Schools Guide Secondary School of the Decade (for East Anglia), are open for applications to join and support the leadership of our Maths Department. CRGS is a very secure and happy place to teach, with able and enthusiastic students, supportive parents and a very low staff turnover.

We are seeking an outstanding, well-qualified and enthusiastic Deputy Head of Maths to assist the lead at a high achieving, supportive and popular department that inspires the best outcome for our students.  The successful candidate must be able to teach up to Maths A level, with around 75% of our Sixth Form students taking the subject.  

We are delighted to offer this chance to work with able and motivated students who are a delight to teach, and the department has an excellent track record of inspiring students to study the subject at a range of top universities.

The salary is MPS or UPS, depending upon the candidate, plus a TLR 2a. This is a full-time role.

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Please note we reserve the right to invite candidates for interview prior to the closing date. 

Closing date:  9AM Monday 12th April 2021

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and the successful candidate will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.

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