“King’s Warrington – Winner of the first National Character Award and EdTech Leader”
The Governing body are seeking to appoint a passionate KS4 Maths Coordinator to join an outstanding department.
King’s is a non-selective school that was founded on traditional values and international research. The school is highly regarded and significantly oversubscribed. In the most recent performance tables, King's is ranked in the top 2% of schools in the North West.
The Maths faculty is forward thinking and has established a scholarly community, where innovative teachers develop talented students. For the successful candidate this is a unique opportunity to join a superb team and shape the department's future success. The curriculum is exciting and knowledge-based, with students across all ages genuinely enjoying their Maths lessons. Departmental resources and schemes of work are of a very high standard and support teacher work-life balance through minimal marking and research-informed pedagogy.
As a school we are unique in our approach, in that we seek to develop character and leadership skills in our students, we are not an exam factory. Every student at the school is conscientious, hardworking and an absolute pleasure to teach - our staff never have ‘Sunday night dread’. For the successful candidate, this represents a rare opportunity to join a caring team of outstanding practitioners, dedicated to each other’s well-being and the future of every child.
The school is committed to safeguarding and child welfare, appointments will be subject to Enhanced DBS.
The closing date for applications is midday on Wednesday 10th March. Interviews will be held at King's on Friday 12th March.
If you would like further information about this post or the academy Mrs Perrie will be happy to assist, visits are highly recommended and can be conducted with appropriate social distancing.
Please return completed application forms to our Office Manager Mrs Stacey Perrie email@example.com
King's Leadership Academy Warrington
Hillock Lane, Warrington, WA1 4PF
- Mainstream school with state - free school funding
- Secondary with sixth form
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 18 years