Lead Practitioner - Mathematics
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Job start date
1 September 2023
27 March 2023 at 9am
13 March 2023
- Key stage 3, Key stage 4, Key stage 5
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- Leadership 8 to 10
What skills and experience we're looking for
Your vision for high-quality education will resonate with that of the whole school: to provide a character-first education that equips students to be world-changers, using their gifts and opportunities to serve others. Your leadership style will be characterised by gentleness and humility; you will lead by example, making decisions on the basis of what is best for students. Furthermore, you will recognise the unique role that all teachers play in the life of a school and will have a commitment to developing the skills and acumen of educators in all subject areas. Your aim should be to empower teachers, so they are able to develop students who challenge what is wrong and who are determined to do what is right.
We would hope to appoint someone with a thorough knowledge of a range of teaching and learning approaches and a deep understanding of the motivation necessary to be a successful teacher.
Your motivation as a lead practitioner will be to ensure both the positive care and rigorous development of teachers so that students have improved academic outcomes and teachers develop the highest quality of teaching and learning.
What the school offers its staff
- Leadership Salary scale 8-10: £52,679 - £55,380. This salary is paid in 12 equal monthly instalments.
- Teachers’ pension scheme.
- A commitment to 5 working days outside of term time for shared planning and preparation with colleagues.
- Daily lunch allowance for the College restaurant.
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About Grace College
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 18
- Education phase
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- School size
- 1250 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
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- School website
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- Email address
As an 11-19 secondary school serving nearly 1,300 students in central Gateshead, we have a clear vision for excellence in character education, the examined curriculum and in service to our community, grounded in our Christian ethos. We are part of the Emmanuel Schools Foundation, which opens exceptional opportunities for knowledge sharing and career development. We have a clear model for school improvement to provide outstanding education for all students and are relentless in the pursuit of this goal. You will be central to delivering our strategy, as you transform both the school and our students’ futures. We are committed to realising the potential of our students and staff alike. Our hope and expectation are that each person will be deeply valued as infinitely precious, challenged to grow in character and inspired by learning together to achieve their personal best in whatever they do. Join us and you can expect to be nurtured, supported, and encouraged at every step of your career. We put staff professional learning and development front and centre of everything we do in our partnerships with outstanding regional and national organisations. Ultimately, we are looking for the school leaders of tomorrow who will contribute here at Grace College and across the Emmanuel Schools Foundation.
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