We are looking for an outstanding and
committed practitioner to take a lead role in transforming and modelling our
mathematics curriculum. The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate a
track record of sustained success in the delivery of mathematics at secondary
level. This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to have a
significant impact in shaping and refining learning both at school and Trust
are seeking to recruit a Lead Practitioner in Mathematics to:
- Support the delivery of
teaching and learning to ensure it continues to meet the high aspirations of
our learners, providing them with the skills, knowledge and qualifications
required for success in their chosen next steps
- Engage in regular training and
coaching to support the development of colleagues and to enable students to
achieve their full potential
- Participate in faculty and
whole-school/ cross-Trust initiatives designed to ensure the highest quality of
the successful applicant, you will have:
- Evidence of successful teaching
outcomes at KS3 and KS4 over time
- An ability to develop and
sustain successful relationships with students and colleagues
- Evidence of successfully
developing the quality of teaching practice of colleagues.
- Evidence of successful
- Recent, relevant professional
The successful applicant will have a
teaching timetable of no more than 0.6 FTE and will have the opportunity to
work across both schools in the Trust. The role will have a key focus on
curriculum design and development as well as empowering subject teachers to
successfully deliver the curriculum.
Unity Schools Trust is a Multi-Academy Trust formed in
September 2015 by the partnership of The Magna Carta School and Bishop David
Brown School. The Trust is currently responsible for the education of over 1800
children supported by more than 230 staff. Our schools are located in
Staines-upon-Thames and Woking.
The stated objective of Unity Schools Trust is to achieve Excellence through collaboration. The Trust aims to
instil a love of learning by the full engagement of all of its community-
students and staff- in the process of acquiring and applying knowledge and
engendering the positive habits which support future development.
We place learning at the heart of our communities and aim to
improve the life chances of all children. We are committed to raising the
aspirations and achievement of our children by providing continuous improvement
through outstanding leadership, challenge, collaboration and support.
Our vision is to be an outstanding learning community where
together we learn to know, to do, to be and to live together.
a strong commitment to professional development, collaboration and career
planning so that our staff are supported in their development.
addition, teaching staff also benefit from enrolment in the Teachers’ Pension
Scheme and an allowance for running afterschool enrichment activities. All
staff have access to free parking and use of a fitness suite.
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