We wish to appoint a high-quality graduate who has the necessary skills and attributes to enthuse our highly ambitious students to join our school as a teacher of Mathematics and inspire our students to become Leaders for Tomorrow. Mathematics is a highly successful department at KS3, KS4 and 5. Our Maths A-level results are in the top 1% of schools nationally. This post would suit an NQT or a more experienced colleague looking to broaden their experience in an all through 4-19 Academy. A TLR allowance will be paid to a suitably experienced applicant to take on a significant leadership role within the Mathematics Faculty.
London Academy is an ambitious 11-19 mixed multicultural comprehensive school in North London. We have 1500 students with 480 in the Sixth Form, and we are oversubscribed. In September 2015 we expanded to become an all-through Academy with the opening of our primary school. The Academy has a bespoke pedagogy underpinned by a belief that all students can achieve through effort, deliberate practice, and engagement in a meaningful and purposeful curriculum.
Our mission is that we develop the leadership potential in both our staff and students as such this post offers exceptional career development opportunities.
Please visit our website www.londonacademy.org.uk to apply and obtain further details about this role.
All completed application forms should be sent by email to email@example.com
London Academy is an equal opportunities employer. London Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Enhanced DBS, Barred List and Prohibition checks will always be carried out on new employees.
Interviews will take place on a rolling basis, as applications are received.
The closing date for applications is: Friday 18th May 2018, 9 am
Tel: 020 8238 1100
Fax: 020 8238 1101
We are committed to the protection of children
We are an equal opportunities employer
All posts will be subject to enhanced DBS checks and prohibition from teaching checks