An exciting opportunity to teach in an academic, yet nurturing and friendly prep school, rated Outstanding in all categories by Ofsted, Nov 2017.
St. Anthony’s School for Girls educates pupils aged 4 -11 years in a highly supportive and caring Catholic environment. The school facilitates the achievement of academic excellence in an environment which is deeply focused on nurturing the individual; where pupils enjoy learning and develop a passion for knowledge. Pupils are motivated and a family atmosphere prevails between parents, staff and girls.
St. Anthony’s School for Girls is part of the Alpha Plus Group of schools, which is one of the country's leading educational groups. We seek to recruit, for September 2019, either an existing Key Stage 2/3 Common Entrance Maths Teacher/ Year 6 Form Teacher.
Purpose of the post
The Leader of Maths is responsible for coordinating the subject in Years 3-6: designing the curriculum, assessment programme and preparing the girls for 11+ in Year 6. They would also be expected to teach to scholarship level Common Entrance if required. Applications are welcome from those with appropriate independent or maintained sector experience, including secondary schools.
We can offer you:
- The opportunity to work with outstanding practitioners in a supportive and friendly environment
- Small class sizes which enable teachers to take risks and deliver exciting lessons
- Reduced marking and paper work
- Support and training designed to suit individual needs
- Newly renovated premises with state of the art technology and high quality teaching resources
- A wider network of practitioners within the Alpha Plus Group
Remuneration: The salary for Leader of School Maths is set according to the Alpha Plus Group Salary Scale.
School Website: www.stanthonysgirls.co.uk
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 21st May at 11am
Interviews: Thursday 23rd and Friday 24th of May 2019
Only those candidates who have been shortlisted will be responded to.
Alpha Plus Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and as an employee of APG you are expected to share this commitment. The protection of our pupils’ welfare is the responsibility of all staff within APG Schools and individuals are expected to conduct themselves in a way that reflects the principles of our organisation.
We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.