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Teacher of Mathematics – Maternity Cover

Salary Scale: MPS/UPS (Minimum £30,000 to maximum £46,525)

Temporary - Maternity Cover

16 May 2024, 9am

We are looking to recruit a skilful, passionate, and dynamic teacher for our mathematics department. You will be committed to transforming the life chances of our students. You will be passionate about raising the achievement of all students, particularly the disadvantaged, including those with SEND. You will be keen to learn and develop further, through collaboration with others, and through whole school and departmental CPD. You will contribute to the development of an excellent standard of teaching within the mathematics department. You will raise the achievement of our students through increasing the quality of teaching and learning in the classroom, ensuring student progression by implementing strong teaching strategies. The mathematics department has achieved excellent results at GCSE and A-level, and we are looking to continue to improve outcomes in 2024. We offer both Mathematics and Further Mathematics at A level and GCSE Further Maths is offered as an extra-curricular offer from year 10. We believe the key to securing good outcomes for students is to build their enthusiasm and love for the world of mathematics through excellent teaching and coherent curriculum planning which seeks to appropriately challenge all students. Numbers for A Level are high as students enjoy and experience success in the subject at KS4. The mathematics department has a collaborative approach to planning and assessment processes, to ensure rigour and to facilitate the sharing of good practice, expertise and workload. For further information and application form, please see below.

Subject Leader – Religious Education

Salary Scale: MPS/UPS (Minimum £30,000 – maximum £46,525) + TLR2b (£5351 pa)

Permanent Full Time

10 May 2024, 9am

We seek to recruit an innovative, skilled, and determined leader of Religious Education. The successful applicant will be committed to the challenge of transforming the subject so that KS4 outcomes rapidly improve, opening up the possibility of pathways in KS5 and beyond. The R.E. department is a small team comprising of two members of staff, one of whom would be the successful applicant. In addition to this, there are colleagues in the history department who also deliver KS3 R.E. lessons. Uptake at KS4 has declined in recent years and we would like the successful candidate to address this. For further information and application form, please see below.

SUBJECT LEADER – MFL

Salary Scale: MPS/UPS (Minimum £30,000 - Maximum £46,525) + TLR1C £9272 per annum

Permanent

Monday 13 May 2024, 9am.

We seek to recruit an innovative, skilled, and determined leader of MFL. The successful applicant will be committed to the challenge of transforming the subject to sustain outcomes at GCSE and increase uptake at A level and beyond. You will be passionate about promoting the enjoyment and relevance of MFL to our students, particularly the disadvantaged, including those with SEND. You will be keen to learn and develop further, through collaboration with others, and through whole-school and departmental Professional Development. For further information about the post and an application form, please refer to the links below.

Deputy Year Leader

Salary Scale: G SCP 19 – SCP 23 £25,821.94 to £28,431 per annum (Salary amounts quoted are from 1 September to 31 August; if you commence employment part way through the academic year they will be subject to an equated salary adjustment).

Permanent, Term Time Only, 37 hours per week

Friday 17 May 2024, 9am

Our students deserve the best and most effective pastoral support we can give them, so they can be happy and successful, both now and in the future. Working together, colleagues at this school have been very successful in improving our culture for the benefit of our students. Attendance increased by almost 3% last year, and behaviour has been transformed. These improvements have enabled teaching and learning to be much more effective. Against a local and national picture of decline and difficulty, we are continuing to develop our culture, and Deputy Year Leaders are a key part of future improvements. For further information and application details, please go to the applicant pack below.

Teaching Assistant – SEND

E - £21,504 to £22,616 + SSA

Permanent, full Time, Term Time Only. 37 hours per week

12 Noon, Monday 13 May 2024

We are looking to recruit a skilful, passionate and dynamic TA for our SEND Department. You will be committed to transforming the life chances of our students. You will be passionate about raising the achievement of all students, particularly the disadvantaged, including those with SEND. You will be keen to learn and develop further, through collaboration with others, and through whole school and departmental CPD. You will contribute to the development of an excellent standard of teaching within across the school as part of the SEND department. You will raise the achievement of our students through the support of our students with SEND, adopting strategies to access the teaching and learning in the classroom and ensuring student progression by implementing bespoke interventions strategies which meet the students’ needs. We also expect the candidate to be someone who will share good practice to enhance the learning experience of all students. We believe that staff can learn from their peers at all levels, and we operate a professional learning group approach to sharing good practice across the academy.

Exam Invigilator

£12.50 per hour

Permanent - Casual hours throughout the year

Ongoing

We are looking to expand our current team of Exam Invigilators, to support with the invigilation of all internal and external assessments and examinations throughout the academic year. For further information, please review the Job Description below and apply using the application form, which should be downloaded and emailed to: [email protected]. Please note: CV applications will not be considered.