The role of HoD is suitable for a highly effective
secondary teacher of Maths or current Head of Department looking for a new
challenge. You will be able to evidence recent training and experience of
The role of AAHT is suitable for a successful
current Head of Maths or for a strong Maths practitioner with current/recent
senior leadership experience and who can evidence their positive impact on
As Head of Maths, your primary role will be to lead
and support the Maths team to improve outcomes for pupils across all phases,
working closely with our Primary Phase Maths leader to ensure a well sequenced
through-school curriculum which supports progression. You will support
colleagues in delivering highly effective Maths lessons at KS3 and 4 which
inspire and motivate pupils to learn well and achieve their potential and be an
excellent Maths practitioner with knowledge and experience of teaching for
As Associate Assistant Headteacher, in additional
to the role outlined above, you will also be responsible for at least one whole
school priority as identified in our School Development Plan, having the chance
to lead and support colleagues across the school. This will depend on your
existing skills and experience and you should outline in your application
whether this is in in the area of ‘Personal Development’, ‘Quality of
Curriculum’ or ‘Behaviour and Safeguarding’, giving specific examples of projects/initiatives
you have undertaken in your current role and the impact you have had.
In either role, you will be passionate about
teaching and learning, and have a proven track record of delivering highly
engaging and effective Maths lessons securing strong outcomes of your own and
leading others in doing so.
Trinity is a 3 – 16 Catholic and Church of England through-school; the only one
of its kind in the country. We have a 420-place primary phase and have expanded
to a 730-place secondary phase this year. Our 3 – 16 through-school status
offers exciting and innovative learning opportunities which enhance progress
and create a seamless transition between Key Stages 2 and 3. Our Catholic and
Church of England values form our distinctive Christian ethos, and this guides
and supports everything we do in school. At Holy Trinity, the leadership team, staff and
governors are completely focused on nurturing each individual in order that
they reach their full potential. We are determined to raise standards for our
pupils and to develop independent, aspiring and caring young people.
Our students are challenged to be aspirational for
themselves and are nurtured to develop a growth mindset. Strong relationships
underpin our cohesive and forward-looking community. Staff and pupils are proud
to be part of our school. Our recent Ofsted report acknowledges that we are an
“inclusive and welcoming school”.
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