Howden School requires a Maths Teacher from September to teach KS3 and KS4. This vacancy is open to teachers at MPS (including NQTs) and UPS.
The Maths department is an experienced, highly committed and effective team. There is a strong focus on the development of good quality teaching and learning, where we always celebrate strengths and share and seek areas for development. Opportunities will always be available within the team for leading initiatives, sharing ideas and increased professional development.
There is a cohesive team ethos within the department and we work well together to create a supportive environment, where student progress is at the heart of all that we do. Exam results are consistently good, with progress 8 scores positive and making a significant contribution to the overall school performance figures.
Howden School is a rural secondary school with over 650 students. The value and ethos of ‘Team Howden’. As a relatively small secondary, there are numerous opportunities to undertake additional responsibility and be involved in the wider school community. The value and ethos of ‘Team Howden’ is evident across all departments and between both students and staff. Individuals respect each other and are aware of how their actions will affect themselves and others.
Howden School is consistently looking to improve the outcomes of our students and there are numerous CPD opportunities to assist your professional development and achieving your full potential.
The Multi-Academy Trust
Howden School recently joined the Multi-Academy Trust, The Consortium Academy Trust (TCAT). The successful candidate will benefit from the relationships we are currently building with our colleagues in like-minded schools.
Standards of Achievement at Howden School
70% of students achieved a 9-4 GCSE grade in English and Maths. An outstanding 77% of students achieved a 9-4 grade in Science. 72% of students also achieved a 9-4 in GCSE Maths and 78% got 9-4 grades in GCSE English.