Lead Practitioner - Mathematics

Carnforth High School, Carnforth, Lancashire


Job details

Subject Maths
Working pattern Full-time only
Salary Lead Practitioners range 1 to Lead Practitioners range 3, £41,267 to £43,356

Job description

Lead Practitioner/ Excellent Teacher of Mathematics
(LPPR 1-3 Starting salary £41,267)
Required September 2020
We are looking for a talented and inspirational leader to play a pivotal role in in our journey from ‘good’ to ‘outstanding.’ Our Lead Practitioner will be a role model of excellence for other staff, and will also take a whole school leadership role. The ideal candidate is an outstanding teacher of Mathematics who has a background of improving achievement and developing teaching and learning skills in others.
Carnforth High School is a small, community 11-18 school bordering the Lake District. We are a good school with outstanding features in Leadership and Management and Behaviour and Safety. Applicants are warmly encouraged to visit the school, or contact the Headteacher for an informal conversation.
Carnforth High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. This post is subject to a DBS (previously CRB) check.
• Closing dates for application: Monday 30th March 2020 12 noon
• Provisional Interview date: Wednesday 1st April 2020
Application forms can be down loaded from the school’s website. Completed application forms should be returned FAO: The Headteacher or emailed to head@carnforthhigh.co.uk

Essential educational requirements

Qualified Teacher Status
Degree (or equivalent)
Professional Development:
• Relevant and recent in-service training

Essential qualifications

Qualified Teacher Status
Degree (or equivalent)
Professional Development:
• Relevant and recent in-service training

Essential skills and experience

Personal Skills and Attributes
Applicants should be able to provide evidence that they have the necessary qualities and attributes required by the post. These qualities may be demonstrated in a letter of application, however, it is more likely that they will be more fully assessable during the interview process and from the references. Applicants should be able to:

Build and maintain effective relationships including holding others to account 
Inspire, challenge, motivate and empower others to carry the vision forward 
Demonstrate personal enthusiasm and commitment to the leadership process 
Manage conflict 
Prioritise, plan and organise themselves and others 
Think creatively to anticipate and solve problems 
Listen to and reflect on feedback 
Develop effective teamwork 

Employee benefits

Lead Practitioner Pay Scale LP01 - 03

School overview

School type Academy
Education phase Secondary
School size 659 pupils enrolled
Age range 11 to 18
Ofsted report View Ofsted report
Website Carnforth High School website (opens in a new window)
Contact email head@carnforthhigh.co.uk

About Carnforth High School

Secondary School

School location

Kellet Road, Carnforth, Lancashire, LA5 9LS