A Church School committed to excellence in Christian Education.
Do you want to work in a forward-looking and successful 11-18 Church of England High School?
Required as soon as possible: the Governors are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, energetic and inspiring Teacher of Maths to join our vibrant and an effective team in the next stage of its development. Maths is highly valued in the school and our pupils excel.
The successful candidates will:
o Be an excellent classroom teacher who can inspire and excite pupils about their learning at all key stages.
o Have a good Honours Degree (or equivalent) in Maths.
o Be confident with the use of data for tracking student progress.
o Demonstrate their ability to communicate effectively with staff, parents, pupils and the local community.
We are seeking a teacher who will share our vision and values and our commitment to inclusion with a focus on the 'whole' child. The skillful, committed and passionate candidate will be an excellent teacher who will be responsible for ensuring that all their students make good or better progress using an innovative and enriching curriculum. This post offers outstanding opportunities for continuous personal and professional development for a highly motivated teacher.
In return we can offer:
o A vibrant, hardworking and committed faculty
o Well motivated pupils and supportive parents o A distinctive Christian ethos
o A new school building completed under the Priority Schools Building Programme
Applications are invited from candidates able to uphold the Christian ethos of the school. The post is covered by the Protection of Children Act and is therefore subject to an enhanced DBS check. Information pack available from the school website (www.deanery.wigan.sch.uk) and returned to: Mrs Tracy Wogan, HR & Admin Manager
T: 01942 597501 E: email@example.com.
Closing date: Monday 12th November 2018 (12 noon)
o The progress made by the majority of pupils currently in the school is improving strongly and rapidly. Their progress is now good.
o Teaching is good. Teachers are knowledgeable about their subjects and most provide suitable stretch and challenge for pupils.
o Pupils have positive attitudes to learning. They take pride in their work and behave well in lessons and at social times.