Maths Teacher, Barking and Dagenham

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Pathways SchoolBarking and Dagenham

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Start date: September 2020
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: GBP £32,689 - £43,691 per year (MPS + SEN allowance)
Contract term: Permanent
Suitable for NQTs: No

Salary: Teacher’s Inner London Main Scale (£30,480 - £41,482) plus SEN allowance (£2,209) and possibility of TLR.

Contract type: Full-time

Start Date: September 2020

A fantastic opportunity for an innovative, creative, courageous and resilient Secondary Maths Teacher to grow and thrive in a unique special school in an ethnically diverse inner-city area.

Pathways School is a special school for pupils with social, emotional, behavioural and mental health needs, with a therapeutic approach. The school caters for pupils from Year 2 to Post 16 as we grow; with pupils from Upper Key Stage 2 to Year 11 currently on roll. As we grow our pupil numbers and our staff team, we are now looking to recruit a Secondary English Teacher to join the Pathways team. 

The school is part of Eko Trust in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, in East London. The school is undergoing a transition and will be moving to a brand new, purpose-built site in 2022. This will include great facilities including training rooms, therapy rooms, great technology and a sixth form. 

The ideal candidate will have successful experience of teaching Secondary Maths in either a special or mainstream education setting, as we are just as keen to encourage applications from candidates with a relevant mainstream background as those with special school experience. The candidate will have a proven track record of their impact in securing high quality outcomes for pupils’ learning and achieving in Secondary Maths up to GCSE level. They will have a proven track record of accelerated progress and a robust and secure subject knowledge to teach to GCSE level and possibly beyond. 

The successful person will be supported in post by our trust leadership which ensures our:

• schools are vibrant, multi-cultural centres of learning

• pupils achieve highly

• pupils are happy and love actively learning

• pupils leave with the resilience and motivation to continue their successful learning

• community are proud of our schools and excited by what we can achieve together

Eko Trust family

The school is part of Eko Trust family of schools, which has six schools across East London. As part of a high achieving multi academy trust, we offer a high quality personalised approach to developing all staff through coaching, mentoring and both internal and external training. We also provide financial support and time off for staff development. Staff wellbeing is instrumental to our success and that’s why we provide non-contractual benefits such as the Schools Advisory Service, they offer confidential wellbeing and medical support. We are also part of the Cycle to Work Scheme.

Eko Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. A criminal record check via the DBS will be undertaken for the successful candidate.

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and a comprehensive screening process, including a disclosure check, will be undertaken on all applicants.

If you are interested about the role and want to apply or  find out more about the school and the benefits of working with us, contact Pathwaysadmin@ekotrust.org.uk or phone 0203 917 6900

Please note that CV applications will not be considered. 

Closing date for applications: midday 30th March 2020

Shortlisting: 31st March 2020

Interviews will be held week commencing 23rd April 2020



More about Pathways School
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Type: Special Needs
Funding status: State
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 7 - 19 years
Address: 40 Thames Road, Barking, Essex, IG11 0HZ, United Kingdom. View in Google Maps
Telephone: +44 203 917 6900
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About Us

Pathways is a new all-through special school for pupils with severe Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) difficulties, who, for a variety of reasons find mainstream school challenging to manage. The school is part of the Eko Trust famil...