Selly Park Girls' School, Birmingham, West Midlands, B29 7PH
This job expired on 12 October 2021
Expected start date
1 January 2022
12 October 2021 at 12:00pm
28 September 2021
Teacher Suitable for early career teachers
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Are you an ambitious, driven, creative Maths teacher looking for a position in an outstanding school full of well-behaved and hardworking pupils? We are looking to appoint an outstanding practitioner determined to create an engaging curriculum and secure the best outcomes for students.
The School is looking to appoint a well-qualified, excellent classroom practitioner to lead, manage and develop the provision of Mathematics within the school and to ensure appropriate monitoring, analysis and evaluation. The successful applicant will be expected to work with the Head of Department to lead the department’s strategic and operational development. We welcome applications from teachers at any stage of their teaching career, including NQTs.
The successful candidate should be a teacher of imagination and commitment, able to teach Maths to GCSE level and keen to work with pupils of all abilities in a well-resourced and modern department. We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic individual who is keen to take advantage of our teacher development programmes and further enhance pupil progress.
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Selly Park Girls’ School is a high performing 11-16 school in the south of Birmingham with 760 girls on roll and a proven record of GCSE success. In 2018, the school were awarded Secondary School of the Year at the Birmingham School Awards and were winners of the SSAT Educational Outcomes Award 2019 for exceptional student progress.
We are a school where we put students at the centre. We want every student to be kind to others, aspirational and ambitious in what they can achieve. We want to ensure that our students can reach their potential in a supportive, inclusive and nurturing environment. This is reflected in our four pillars school ethos.
We attract staff who are committed to making a difference in the lives of our pupils. From teachers, governors and senior leaders to administrators and support staff. Everyone has a role to play in the success of the school.