As Faculty Leader, and you will be the key driver in
improvement in teaching, learning and outcomes in Mathematics. You will be ambitious, and this
role will embrace appropriate whole-school responsibilities on your journey to
We wish to appoint an emerging leader who
- Will quickly become an
outstanding leader of our Mathematics Faculty
- Has experience of success
in raising achievement
- Has the vision and
ability to create and lead an outstanding Faculty
- Has the personal
qualities to inspire, motivate, support and challenge others
- You will have
a relentless focus on standards and a deeply-held belief that all students can
succeed, given the right opportunity and support
- You operate
with a positive mindset and have clear, step-by-step strategies for progressing
an inspirational Faculty
- Be an outstanding
classroom teacher, who is energetic, determined and enthusiastic
- Be a creative and
strategic thinker, who is able to inspire and motivate students and
staff to give and achieve their best
- Be a team player with
good communication and interpersonal skills
- Be committed to the
removal of barriers to enable every individual to achieve; you firmly believe
that every student can achieve, given the right conditions for teaching and
- Be able to analyse and
track data, oversee and measure impact, and have an emerging track record of
- Have the ambition and
ability to become an Assistant Headteacher within the next two years
- Raise, and be accountable for, standards of
attainment and achievement within the Faculty and to monitor and support
- Develop and enhance teaching practice
- Ensure provision of a suitable, broad,
balanced and differentiated curriculum for students within the Faculty
- Be accountable for leading, managing and
developing the Faculty
- effectively manage and deploy teaching/support staff, financial and resources within the Faculty
Benefits of working with us:
- Loan of laptop and mouse for all teaching staff
- Employee centred and family friendly policies and practises
- Opportunity for flexible working arrangements to support with work life balance (wherever possible)
- Comfortable staffrooms with tea, coffee and workspaces
- Cycle to work scheme and sheltered secure bicycle sheds
St Birinus School is a Family Friendly School, committed to supporting our staff so that they can carve out a professional and personal life that is fulfilling and balanced.
Our RET Staff Charter summarises the commitment we make to all staff who join and work at Ridgeway Education Trust.
We are committed to expressing our values of high quality learning, respectful relationships and an inclusive environment in the day to day experience of staff and students throughout the school.
St Birinus School is an equal opportunities employer.
Ridgeway Education Trust is committed to safeguarding, equality and promoting the welfare of children and expects staff working in its schools to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be subject to satisfactory enhanced DBS, references and pre-employment safeguarding checks. All Leadership roles require a Section 128 check. Possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining a post. All cases are considered confidentially according to the nature of role and information disclosed.
Our Safeguarding policy: http://www.st-birinus-school.org.uk/1852/sbs-policies. You will be required to bring your original degree certificate, proof of residence and photographic ID, to interview.
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