Head of Maths
Required September 2018
Saint Nicholas School: Small enough to care, large enough to inspire
We would love to hear from you if you are an inspirational, dynamic and creative individual who makes learning fun and is looking to join a supportive and enthusiastic team in beautiful rural surroundings.
We are seeking an outstanding and enthusiastic Teacher of mathematics to lead an established team of specialists in a well-resourced, successful department. The ability to teach across Key Stages 3&4 is essential and we would welcome aspiring heads of department as well as colleagues with middle leadership experience.
The successful applicant will be a passionate and outstanding mathematics teacher with energy, commitment and experience. You will be joining a friendly, hard working school with a clear commitment to high achievement for all its pupils. Classes have a maximum of twenty pupils. Non-contact time is generous to enable the successful applicant to fulfil this role to the highest standards.
Saint Nicholas is a happy and successful school for around 400 boys and girls aged 2½ -16. The school is situated in attractive grounds in a delightful, rural setting; there is a friendly, supportive atmosphere in the school and working conditions and facilities are excellent. The school is located close to London and Cambridge with direct train access to both, as well as being a short drive from Stansted Airport and the London Underground via Epping.
Contact Julie Bradley, PA to the Headmaster, if you would like to arrange an informal visit.
Closing date: Monday 19th February, interviews will take place the following week.
Saint Nicholas School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and other vulnerable groups and expects all staff, parents and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff and volunteers, where appropriate, will be required to complete our safer recruitment checks including qualifications, references, enhanced DBS and barred list, proof of identity, right to work in the UK, overseas, EEA and prohibition checks. New employees will be required to submit a 'by association' declaration.