Required for September 2019
The Moat School is a unique, independent secondary day school in London for children with dyslexia and associated SpLDs.
A vacancy exists for a 2 days per week Maths teacher to start in September 2019. The ideal candidate will have experience of teaching to KS3 and KS4 to GCSE and have confidence in teaching a broad range of ability. Class sizes are favourable, with an average of 10 at Key Stage 3 and very small groups at GCSE.
The Moat School operates its own salary scale. The School provides all staff with the exclusive use of a wireless enabled laptop computer.
The Moat School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. You will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS.
Summary of responsibilities
Excellent subject knowledge at National Curriculum and GCSE subject content and structure.
The skills needed to incorporate ICT into the Mathematics curriculum
Taught previously in the KS3 and KS4 area of Mathematics
Be able to demonstrate success in teaching Mathematics in a mixed needs environment
Be able to demonstrate some knowledge / understanding of teaching pupils with literacy and numeracy difficulties
Be able to differentiate curriculum to suit learning styles of SpLD pupils
Skill in monitoring the learning style and progress of pupils in a competent and logical manner
Understand assessment using National Curriculum to level pupils
Be innovative and creative with classroom lessons
To teach pupils according to their educational needs and as defined in their individual educational programmes
To organise and to participate in numeracy day activities throughout the year
To take part in in-service training days
To perform normal staff duties, including those specified in the Staff Handbook; including the provision of reasonable cover for absent colleagues.
To undertake lunchtime and break-time duties as required
To participate in the preparing of pupils for public examinations and participate in the arrangements and supervision of such examinations.