About the role
We are looking for an experienced, outstanding teacher to
work as a lead practitioner for mathematics with academies across south and London regions of the Trust. The overall
purpose of the role is to provide support to our leaders and teachers to ensure
all our academies achieve the same successes. As a key part of the school
improvement team, you will use your subject knowledge, passion, and expertise
to drive forward the quality of the curriculum and teaching and learning.
The role involves both a strategic overview of subject development
across the region alongside day-to-day involvement with mathematics faculties.
This will include activities such as coaching, planning, leadership
development, modelling and delivering CPD in strong practice, data analysis,
curriculum development, development of trainee teachers and ECTs, and support
with student intervention. For more information on the job
specification, see the attached information pack.
You will need to be based near Essex or further afield with a willingness to travel across the assigned region. You will not be travelling around the whole area
every week – we look at what support is needed where and arrange your time
appropriately. It is likely that the successful applicant will need to spend,
on average, two days a week in Essex. To discuss the logistics of the role, and
how existing regional lead practitioners manage their week and time between
academies, or if you have any other questions, please email the senior lead
practitioner for mathematics, Jemma
Sherwood at firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply, please submit your completed application form,
the accompanying task and supporting statement by above published closing date.
Closing date for applications is midday on 5th October 2023.
Academies Trust (OAT) is a leading, not-for-profit, multi-academy trust which
has been sponsoring primary and secondary academies across the country since
2009. Our vision is to provide pupils with access to the highest academic,
social, and practical skills required to achieve their full potential.
What’s the best thing
about working for OAT? That’s easy. The people. Whether it’s our diverse and
characterful pupils or our committed staff who are driven by the purpose of our
work, our people are truly amazing. At OAT, we believe there’s nothing more
important than educating the next generation, and our teams across the
organisation are dedicated to ensuring that the education we offer is the best
it can be. When you join us at OAT, regardless of your role, you can be certain
that your work will have purpose and meaning.
While you look after our students, we will take care of
you. Wellbeing is at the core of our people strategy, so we offer a range of
practical and holistic measures to support your health and wellbeing, from health
cash plan to retail discounts, with access to emotional support services and salary sacrifice schemes for
cars and bicycles available to all OAT employees.
is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and the
expectation is that all staff will share this commitment. Therefore, the
successful applicant will be required to undertake a DBS check via the
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
OAT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and the expectation is that all staff will share this commitment. Therefore, the successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS and barred list check.
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