Appropriate degree or equivalent qualification
Qualified teacher status
Experience of teaching maths at KS3 and KS4
A track record of delivering good to outstanding
progress in maths
A good understanding of using data to identify
underachievement and areas for improvement
A good knowledge of teaching and learning
strategies in maths and the ability to communicate them to others
Ability to relate positively to all pupils and show a fundamental
commitment to them and their development
Experience of working with students with SEND
Commitment to achieving high standards
Enthusiasm for maths
Recent CPD or experience that supports the
development of the maths curriculum
Experience as a form tutor
The ability to contribute to another subject in
Support, friendly, happy working environment
Excellent pension scheme
Mathematics Department at Chapel-en-le-Frith High School
Mathematics is a dynamic and successful department with attainment that
is consistently above national average.
Students here enjoy maths, the department is well led and well
organised, and we have a strong staff team.
The team currently comprises seven specialist maths teachers led by an
experienced head of department and second in department. The department benefits from having a high
level teaching assistant who specialises in maths.
We are currently advertising two jobs, one is a maternity cover starting
at Christmas, or as soon as possible afterwards. The second role is a permanent post. This permanent post will expand our maths
staffing and provide more capacity in the team.
The department teach the Edexcel GCSE specification.
The Department is based in a suite of six specialist rooms, each with a
data projector and smart board. The
department is well resourced with a variety of texts and linked ICT-based
This is a highly inclusive school and many groups have students with
special educational needs. These could
be mainstream students with SEND or students from our enhanced resource who are
integrated into mainstream lessons. The
Learning Support department is often able to provide in-class support for these
pupils and the teacher appointed will need to be able to work effectively with
Chapel-en-le-frith High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Appointments will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
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