Maths Teacher - Enrichment and STEM (Temp - 1 year in the first instance)
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Job start date
1 September 2023
6 June 2023 at 5pm
22 May 2023
- Key stage 3, Key stage 4, Key stage 5
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- Fixed term - 1 year contract in the first instance
- Inner London pay scale
What skills and experience we're looking for
We are seeking a highly skilled and passionate maths teacher with expertise in maths enrichment and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) education.
As a Maths Teacher in our school, you will play a vital role in fostering students’ interest, engagement and mastery in maths through innovative teaching methods, challenging activities, and real-world applications. Your primary responsibility will be to provide high-quality instruction in maths while incorporating enrichment opportunities and STEM principles into the curriculum. This post is suitable for an ECT or for a more experienced teacher.
Interested candidates are encouraged to visit the school before making an application.
If appointed, you will be joining a supportive, functional unit of dedicated, committed teachers who work tirelessly to improve the life chances of young people in our care. We are focused on delivering curricula across the key stages that reflect the knowledge and skills needed by our students at each stage of their academic development and by the end of their time at our school. There is a buzz of enthusiasm throughout the faculty and a real sense of camaraderie as we navigate our course through the next stage of our journey. Staff are extremely positive about the school and the Faculty and go the extra mile to teach great lessons and build positive relationships with the students they teach.
What the school offers its staff
The successful candidate will be joining a tight-knit community; the turnover at GCA is consistently low and the well-being of our staff is important to us. We aim to support staff to achieve a sensible work-life balance.
Staff at the Academy collaborate and support each other by sharing good practice and taking a team approach with a focus on collective responsibility. Paul Sutton, our Principal, encourages teachers to have an impact beyond their subject and he is always available and happy to discuss ideas with you as to how this can be achieved. We have an impressive range of extra-curricular activities and most of our staff are involved in running at least one.
The personal development of all our staff is highly valued at GCA and we offer the opportunity to apply for our Learning Award of up to £2,400 per year for your continued professional development or other skills and talents. This is in addition to the school’s ongoing CPD programme. Other benefits staff can opt into include a cycle to work scheme and an interest-free annual season ticket loan.
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About Greig City Academy
- School type
- Academy, Church of England, ages 11 to 18
- Education phase
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- School size
- 1063 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
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Greig City Academy is a Church of England school that welcomes staff and students of all faiths or no faith. We are located in Hornsey in a leafy area of North London close to Alexandra Park, Queens Wood and Highgate Wood. The school is on a busy high street close to the neighbourhoods of Crouch End and Muswell Hill. Transport links are excellent. We are well served by bus, tube and overland train. Ours is a caring and well-ordered environment in which all students can enjoy learning, develop enquiring minds and acquire the skills and knowledge they need for a changing world. Every day we see the results of our efforts in students who work responsibly and with consideration for others – they are the best ambassadors for the school.
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