Head of Maths - Oxclose Community Academy
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Closed for applications on 29/03/2019 12:00
£48,687 - £52,414
Schools - Teaching
Oxclose Community Academy
Head of Maths
Oxclose Community Academy is seeking to appoint a leader with vision and dynamism for our Maths Faculty to start in September 2019. The successful candidate will have a clear plan for how the teaching of maths should develop over the next few years and have the passion and expertise to implement a relevant, challenging curriculum that inspires and motivates our students. An ability to work well in a team and demonstrate an innovative and inspirational approach to teaching and learning is essential.
The candidate should have experience of raising student achievement and an understanding of how to organise, support and manage a faculty. The candidate will be a strong Mathematician as well as an excellent classroom practitioner, keen to teach across the age range and capable of modelling and developing excellence. They will be confident & skilled in the use of academic data and will understand the importance of supporting and contributing to the wider life of a thriving school.
This is a fantastic opportunity to take ownership of a developing faculty and be part of our school improvement journey. To join a school determined to continue to improve on our success by committing to the ongoing professional development and well-being of all our staff.
Oxclose Community Academy is a successful and heavily over-subscribed mixed, 11-16 school constantly in the top schools in Sunderland & Washington. We have an excellent reputation in the community for the standards of behaviour and achievements of our pupils.
If you would like to visit our wonderful school please contact Laura Fittes on Fittes.email@example.com and we will arrange a tour and meeting with the Maths Faculty.
Pay scale: L9-L12
Start date: September 2019
Closing date: noon Friday 29th March 2019
Interview Week beginning: 1st April 2019
This job is closed for applications.