Lead Practioner of Mathematics

Ruislip High School, Ruislip, Middlesex

Job details

Subjects Mathematics, Mathematics, Mathematics
Working pattern Full-time only
Salary Main pay range 3 to Upper pay range 3, £33,623 to £44,541,.00

Job summary

SALARY: MPS/UPS plus TLR from TLR 2a to TLR 2c dependent on experience and accreditation

Are you passionate about teaching and learning?

Do you want to develop your career in an outstanding school, working closely with colleagues who share that passion?

We are seeking to appoint an exceptional lead practitioner who can work collaboratively to drive further improvements in an already successful school. This is an excellent opportunity for someone with a passion for pedagogy and a commitment to supporting professional development.

The successful candidate will be an outstanding classroom practitioner with a proven track record of success and the ability to achieve the best outcomes for all students.

We are happy to consider:

- teachers in the early stages of their career who have the student outcomes that indicate they have the potential to become lead practitioners (TLR 2a);

- experienced classroom practitioners with a track record of success who believe they have the skills and experience needed to become accredited lead practitioners (TLR 2b);

- accredited lead practitioners able to play a key leadership role (TLR 2c with reduced teaching allocation).

Ruislip High School is an outstanding, oversubscribed, 11-18, mixed comprehensive school with over one thousand students on roll. The school opened in 2006 due to the demand for secondary school places in the local community and we are currently undergoing an exciting phase of expansion, with a brand new sixth form centre opening in September 2020. We obtain excellent results: our summer 2019 GCSE results place the school in the top 25% of schools nationally; at A Level, 22% of all grades were A*/A grades and 7% of the cohort attained straight A*/A grades.

In joining Ruislip High School you can expect to work in an environment that focuses on teachers improving, rather than proving, their practice; where teaching and learning is at the heart of everything we do; and where all staff work as a community to support our students to fulfil their potential in line with our school’s motto: from grass roots to reaching for the sky.

Essential educational requirements

A degree is required.

Essential qualifications

PGCE Qualification.
Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)

Essential skills and experience

Lead Practitioner accreditation, or the commitment to complete this once in post
Evidence of further professional development in subject area including specific training to be an effective teacher
Specific evidence of successful classroom teaching including specific positive outcomes for students.
A commitment and thorough understanding of how his/her subject specialism should be taught and an understanding of the National Curriculum - content and assessment.
An understanding of effective leadership styles, and the ability to motivate, inspire, develop and hold team members to account.
Leadership skills – the ability to lead and manage people to work towards common goals and to use appropriate leadership styles in different situations.
Decision-making skills - the ability to investigate, solve problems and make decisions.

Employee benefits

See website for candidate brochure and staff entitlement document.

More on how to apply

School overview

School type Academy
Education phase Secondary
School size 1092 pupils enrolled
Age range 11 to 18
Ofsted report View Ofsted report
School website Ruislip High School website (opens in a new window)
Contact email jodriscoll@ruisliphigh.org.uk

About Ruislip High School

School location

Sidmouth Drive, Ruislip, Middlesex, HA4 0BY