Job Reference: MathsCH DT 002
Job Type: Permanent
Date Posted: 15th January, 2018
Date Closing: 31st July, 2018
Sector(s): Secondary Teacher Jobs, Maths Teacher Jobs
Agency: Castles Education
Are you an experienced Maths teacher?
Are you looking for a potential leadership and development role as a Maths teacher?
Are you looking for a chance to join a truly improving school in a successful Maths department?
Can you deliver engaging and motivating Maths lessons to students across all key stages?
If you answered yes to the questions above then we would like to see your CV today!
As a Maths teacher working in this school, you will be promoting the Trust’s mission of providing an outstanding education to all its students, aged 0 – 19 years.
The school is passionate that all its young people should see their time at school as safe, happy and fulfilling.
The Trust adopts an approach that is founded on partnership working – inextricably joining the schools, students, parents and their communities.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and passionate Maths teacher for an exciting opportunity that will help support and build an inspirational Maths department.
We require a full-time teacher of Maths who is able to teach Maths across all key stages. You will join a well-resourced and collaborative Maths department in a school where students are well motivated.
The successful Maths teacher will join a vibrant Maths department. You will teach Maths with a healthy and open attitude to progress and change.
The community provides a purposeful learning environment for both students and staff, stressing the importance of creativity, independence, celebration and empathy.
Investment in the professional development of staff at all career stages is at the heart of this outstanding Trust.
We are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, younger learners and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment. All positions will be subject to enhanced DBS checks, satisfactory references and will be exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974