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Teacher of Maths

St Cuthbert Mayne SchoolTorbay

Catholic Diocese of Plymouth and Anglican Diocese of Exeter

St Cuthbert Mayne School

Joint Roman Catholic and Church of England School

Trumlands Road, Torquay, TQ1 4RN

Tel: 01803 328725 www.st-cuthbertmayne.co.uk

Full Time Teacher of Maths

PERMANENT - September 2021

MPS/UPS

An additional TLR 2A (£2,873)  is available for the right candidate, to lead numeracy across the curriculum.

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, well qualified and ambitious Teacher of Maths to join a vibrant and rapidly improving  school.  The successful applicant will be committed to raising student attainment, and experienced in teaching Mathematics across Key Stages and a range of abilities.

St Cuthbert Mayne School is a Joint Roman Catholic & Church of England School that welcomes all students from across Torbay and South Devon, regardless of their faith background. Our school community is made up of students and staff from Christian and non-Christian backgrounds, who are respectful of our Christian ethos.

There are currently over 900 students on roll, including 125 students in the Sixth Form. The teaching accommodation is of mixed age but well-resourced and maintained. Our exciting  £3.6 million building project has now started, which will significantly improve the facilities for students and staff in our school.

It is an exciting time to join the school as we have started the next phase of our journey to provide an outstanding, inspirational and challenging education for all students.  We have a relentless focus to ensure that our children get access to the best possible teaching through a vibrant and engaging curriculum, so that they live life to the full both now and in the future. This will be a challenging but very rewarding post.  The school is committed to developing all its staff  through regular coaching and a wide range of professional development opportunities through the South West Institute for Teaching (SWIFT) . If  you are passionate about making a difference to the life chances of our children then we would love to hear from you.

The school was last inspected by Ofsted in November 2016 and was graded as Good in every area.  The statutory inspection of Anglican/Catholic Schools was also conducted in November, and graded the school Good in all areas. Both reports can be found on the school website www.st-cuthbertmayne.co.uk.

The Maths Department

The Maths Department is an exciting, innovative, forward thinking area where we encourage students to have a love for learning. There have been real improvements in the quality of teaching the curriculum in mathematics over the last few years.  The teaching of Maths at STCM challenges students to solve problems and learn mathematics appropriate to them. Lessons are engaging and interesting and students are given opportunities to discuss and share their ideas. Activities support students in building their own understanding of mathematics content as well as building the skills needed to solve problems in the mathematics classroom and beyond.

We run a 2 year key stage 4 for Maths, where students follow the Edexcel exam board.  In Key Stage 5, A level Maths and Further Maths.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, inspirational Maths teacher to join a hardworking and dedicated team. The department currently consists of 8 experienced specialist teachers. They are based across 6 classrooms in one block, which is shared with ICT, so bookable computer rooms are available. All classrooms are equipped with digital technology and a walk in resources area.

Please visit the school website to download the job description, person specification and an application form:

https://www.st-cuthbertmayne.co.uk/

Applications are to be submitted to Mrs Julie Webb, HR and Personnel Officer via julie.webb@stcm.torbay.sch.uk before 10am on the deadline date.  Please note that CVs will not be accepted.

Closing date: Tuesday 18th May 2021 at 10am

Interviews:    w/c  Friday 21st May

St Cuthbert Mayne School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.  The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced disclosure via the Disclosure & Barring Services (DBS), references and other employment checks.

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