We are seeking to appoint an inspiring, enthusiastic and
ambitious Mathematics teacher, to join our forward thinking and supportive
Mathematics Department from April/September 2023.
The successful candidate will be, or aspire to be, an
outstanding classroom practitioner. We are looking for a teacher who can
enthuse our pupils with a passion for mathematics and encourage them to think
mathematically. The successful candidate will have an enthusiasm for working with
and improving the life chances of young people. A willingness to participate in
departmental extra-curricular activities is essential.
Swanmore Supports Your Professional Development
We are fully
committed to championing professional development and all teaching staff are
allocated a specific slot for Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
reducing a teaching load by one period a week.
Swanmore Supports New Teachers Entering the Profession
If you are
considering applying as an Early Careers Teacher (ECT), we are equipped to
support you through our in-house Rural School Alliance training and teaching
school. The requirements of the new ECT
programme are embedded in our provision, and the support for you as an ECT
includes two periods a week of ECT Study time and one period a week with your
dedicated mentor. Your mentor will also have dedicated periods in the week to
support you through the programme.
Swanmore Supports Your Career Goals
have a successful mentoring and coaching culture at Swanmore that supports
teachers at all levels of their career to pursue professional development in
the direction that most interests them.
We would actively encourage interest from candidates who would like to
pursue their professional development through the Department for Education
(DFE) ‘National professional qualifications’ (NPQs) route when the next
round of applications open in 2023.
to internal training development opportunities (we support National
Professional Qualifications at all levels, run an Extended Leadership
Secondment and can contribute to Masters/PhD courses)
to a wealth of CPD, such as The National College, Optimus and iHasco and a free
subscription to TES Magazine online, along with a CPD hour on the timetable
to Professional & Career Coaches/Mentors and self-evaluation tools (such as
array of staff wellbeing initiatives: Staff extra-curricular activities such as
Yoga, Football, Walking club and Baking club, free refreshments, fresh fruit,
and food on Parents’ Evenings and Events
Microsoft Office for home and loan equipment available (visualizer, graphics
Membership of our Fitness Suite for £15 per year with exclusive staff only
dedicated mentor to successfully achieve this qualification, you will be given
time – in addition to the CPD period all teachers receive, you will receive an
additional protected period included in your teaching load to support the DFE
estimated ‘average weekly study time of 1 to 2 hours’ for the
We have included the links below to
the 4NPQsin specialist areas of teaching that have been designed by
the DFE with both classroom teachers and leaders in mind. They are:
- Leading teacher development– learn how to become a teacher
educator and successfully support teachers in your school to expand their
- Leading teaching– learn how to lead the
teaching and learning of a subject, year group or phase
- Leading behaviour and culture– learn how to create a culture
of good behaviour and high expectations in which staff and pupils can thrive
- Leading literacy– learn how to effectively
teach and promote literacy across the whole school, year group, key stage or
Swanmore College and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) checks along with other relevant employment checks.
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