Coal Clough Academy wishes to appoint a Head of Maths to support all staff to successfully deliver all aspects of the school’s Mathematics curriculum and how to relate learning to SMSC development, so that pupils are respectful and tolerant in both school and wider society. The role is permanent to start in January 2024. We warmly welcome an informal visit or a conversation prior to application, please contact the School Business Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org
What does this job do?
- To deliver the Maths Curriculum to Key stage 3 & 4
- Implement and deliver an appropriately broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum for pupils.
- To undertake any and all duties as laid out in the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document and meet the professional Standards for practicing Teachers
- To ensure positive behaviour management in accordance with agreed school policies, including the administration of rewards;
- Monitor and support the overall progress and development of pupils as a teacher/form tutor
- Facilitate and encourage a learning experience which provides pupils with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential.
- Contribute to raising standards of pupil attainment
- Share and support the school’s responsibility to provide and monitor opportunities for personal and academic growth.
What are the job requirements?
- Qualified Teacher Status
- Qualified to at least degree level in Maths /or adequate post degree conversion course
- Proven record or evidence from teaching practice of potential to help students reach high standards of learning and achievement
- Excellent organisational skills with the ability to work under pressure and re-prioritise workload when needed
- A high level of self-awareness – knows strengths and weaknesses and can relate to difficult personality types well
- Excellent ICT skills for teaching
- To participate in the Performance Management Review cycle as per the school policy.
- To monitor and evaluate the quality of learning and teaching; standards of attainment and
- Performance within the departments you lead.
- To Line manage staff who deliver your curriculum areas
- To be accountable for standards across all key stages, providing accurate and consistent assessment data;
About Coal Clough Academy:
Coal Clough Academy is an 11 - 16 Alternative Provision for young people, many of whom have found it difficult to be successful in a mainstream school.
We are making exciting and positive changes to our school and are very proud of the provision we offer. At Key Stage 3, the focus is on supporting young people to return to a mainstream school. At Key Stage 4, we focus on providing the opportunity for students to gain 5 GCSEs to ensure a successful transition to college, training or employment.
Pupils are taught in small groups, where they study the core curriculum and can receive the extra support they require. Students are then able to make good progress as staff can ensure that learning is tailored to individual student needs. In addition to the core curriculum, we provide rich and varied curriculum opportunities ranging from vocational courses, academic programmes and programmes that support pupils' personal and social development. You can view our full curriculum at other parts of this website.
Many of the young people who attend Coal Clough Academy arrive here at a difficult period in their lives. We aim to ensure that we give them the necessary support to improve their confidence, self-esteem and enable them to become successful learners in school and prepared for their future working lives.
About the Education Partnership Trust (EPT):
EPT was established in 2012 as a multi-academy trust and is an approved academy sponsor. Our vision is to create outstanding schools which transform learning, lives and communities. We benefit from our diverse and unique range of schools which include secondary mainstream, alternative provision and special and have a proven track record of sustained improvement. Our schools are united by a drive to improve opportunities and outcomes for children and young people within a collaborative learning culture.
Our staff are our most valued asset so we continually invest in our colleagues and we believe that all teaching and support staff posts within our schools are key in terms of supporting pupil achievement and improving their life chances. As such we are keen to recruit dedicated and ambitious professionals who will add value to our schools and trust by helping our young people to succeed.
“If you’re good at what you do, you can work anywhere. If you’re the best at what you do, we want you to work for Education Partnership Trust.”
Our extensive range of rewards and benefits include:
- Healthcare cash back plan provided free by the trust includes optical, dental, physio, diagnostics, health assessment, NHS prescription charges, hospital cover, discounted gym memberships plus lots more.
- Employee Assistance Programme including, counselling, CBT, and wellbeing initiatives.
- Cycle to Work scheme.
- Access to teachers pension scheme.
- Free parking.
- Green Car Scheme (Salary Sacrifice).
- Training, mentoring and progression opportunities including our Emerging Leaders programmes.
- Trust wide intranet to share knowledge and resources.
Incomplete application forms will not be shortlisted, if you need to discuss a reason for being unable to complete a section, please contact the recruitment team HR@ept-uk.com
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