We are looking for a dedicated and
inspiring leader who will continue to drive our committed Mathematics department. Are you ready to be part of a dynamic Leadership Team? Do you have the
drive and ambition to ensure all our learners and staff are supported to
achieve their potential? Can you be
pivotal in redefining what is possible for our students in our Maths
disciplines? If so, Oasis Academy Sholing is the place for you.
role and what we are looking for:
are looking for someone who is fully on board with the academy vision, and ready to
lead our committed and collaborative Maths department to further success in
collaboration with the Head of Department.
You will be able to set high standards for teaching and learning, use
data effectively, and have a relentless approach to ensuring success for all
students. This is a fantastic
opportunity for a great candidate who has experience and ambition, ready to take
on ownership of developing outstanding practice and innovating our mathematics
are an over-subscribed academy dedicated to celebrating success through world-class
aspiration and a love of learning. Our focus is on our students, staff
wellbeing and working with parents to ensure the wider community is engaged
with our school, supporting our leaders, and playing an active role in
community transformation through academy-led projects. Being part of the Oasis
Community Learning Trust, we work to collaborate sharing of best practices with
our regional schools, Regional Director, and wider Oasis family.
Our offer to you:
you join the Sholing family there are several offers you’ll receive that make
us stand out as an employer of choice. These include but are not limited to:
- Clear career progression
- Comprehensive training opportunities with access to NPQML, NPQSL, and NPQH programmes through Oasis
- Reduced workload through the Oasis curriculum resource bank
- Trust-wide opportunities to make an impact through National Lead
- Free eye tests
- Cycle to work scheme
Oasis Charitable Trust is wholly committed to ensuring that all children and adults at risk who engage with Oasis activities across the Oasis group through its subsidiaries (Oasis UK, Oasis Community Learning, Oasis College, Oasis Community Partnerships, Oasis Aquila Housing and STOP THE TRAFFIK), are cared for in a safe and secure environment. To fulfil this commitment, a number of safeguarding arrangements are in place.
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