Mathematics Lead Teacher
We are seeking to recruit a talented and skilled KS3/4 Mathematics Teacher who is also able to lead the subject across the college.
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced teacher with the ability to inspire and motivate students and staff alike; a unique opportunity to make a substantial contribution to further improving outcomes for a significant group of vulnerable and challenging learners and to shape and develop Mathematics provision across the College.
We are looking for applicants who are willing to work in our Oxford base. Leadership of the team will require you to travel across our sites (Banbury, Oxford, Abingdon) and support the extended team.
As Mathematics Lead Teacher you will be:
- A skilled practitioner in the classroom, with a proven background in managing challenging behaviour
- Experienced in working with KS3 and KS4 students and excited about the opportunity to work with our primary students to develop their numeracy and Mathematics skills
- Relentless in your approach to both engaging our students in and with Mathematics, and securing them the best academic outcomes
- Ready to lead a small team of secondary and primary colleagues in developing their pedagogy and practice and to together shape the development of the Mathematics curriculum
- Highly motivated, with a passion for your subject
- Have bags of enthusiasm, patience and perseverance
Essential educational requirements
Educated with a good degree in Maths or a relevant subject
Qualified teacher status
Essential skills and experience
Inspiring classroom practitioner able to demonstrate high quality teaching
Clear vision for teaching and promoting the subject across the college
Knowledge of monitoring and tracking systems and their role in securing improvement in outcomes
The ability to lead and foster positive professional relationships and work effectively with teaching staff of varying experience
Interest, encourage, motivate and engage young learners
Create a well-organised, stimulating learning environment
Make effective use of learning mentors in the classroom
Must be well presented and well organised
Excellent communication and organisational skills
Use methods and resources to ensure all students learn effectively
Ability to work hard under pressure while maintaining a positive, professional attitude
Ability to organise and prioritise workload and work on own initiative
Excellent creative teaching ability
Evidence of leading a key area of responsibility/development within a team
TMS/UPS + SEN 1 + TLR 2.2
Why work at Meadowbrook College?
● Meadowbrook College staff are both professional and resilient. There is a “can do” attitude that makes a real difference to the lives of our students; many of whom have become disengaged with education and lost the confidence to achieve their full potential
● We offer a variety of opportunities for ongoing professional development for all staff
● We are working in an ever-changing and expanding educational climate where the need for alternative provision solutions is increasing. Our provision is always adapting and new opportunities are always evolving.
About Meadowbrook College
Located across five sites in Oxfordshire: Oxford, Banbury, Kidlington, Bicester and Abingdon, we are an Alternative Provision (AP) Academy that provides full and part-time education and support to over 150 aged 5-16 students who are excluded from, or are finding it difficult to fully access, their mainstream schools.
- The Harlow Centre, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX3 0PG
- Not Applicable
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