Our opportunity for you
We have a job vacancy for a Teacher of
Mathematics (maternity cover). Do you
want to work with inquisitive students and dedicated staff? Do you value being
at the heart of a vibrant city? Does this sound like your perfect job?
Then Landau Forte College Derby is the place
- Contract: Temporary, maternity
cover, 1 year fixed term contract
- Start date: January 2023
- Salary: Dependant on experience
- Closing Date: 04 September 2022
supportive, cohesive and exciting working environment – Landau Forte College
Derby is a great school!
chance to work with genuinely enthusiastic and happy students
prospects within an innovative and ambitious Multi Academy Trust
meal allowance, commensurate with your working hours
of the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) or Teacher Pension Scheme (TPS)
Cash Plan, from Vitality Health
What we can offer you
person we are looking for should:
- Be creative
excellent personal organisational skills.
adaptable with a good sense of humour and able to take the initiative.
- Be a
very good team worker with the capacity to build relationships at all levels
across the organisation.
prepared to contribute to broad aspects of Mathematics and related activities.
proactive; a forward thinker with an effective grasp of developments within Mathematics.
- Be able
to work successfully as part of a highly effective and successful team.
graduate with qualified teacher status. The successful candidate will teach
Mathematics to Years 7 – 13.
outstanding teacher in Mathematics with a strong teaching record.
- Relevant qualifications (both formal and
through appropriate experience) to meet the challenge of the appointment.
- Excellent in-depth knowledge of the place of
Mathematics in the development of young people and of the place of within the wider
Duties of role will
- To be able to secure high
standards of learning and achievement across the full ability range at both Key
Stage 4 and Key Stage 5
- To be able to demonstrate
excellent subject knowledge
- To be able to demonstrate a good
working knowledge and understanding of a range of teaching, learning and
assessment strategies and know how to use them to provide opportunities for all
learners to achieve their potential
- To have high expectations of young
- To be prepared to contribute to
broad aspects of Mathematics within
- To be able to work effectively as
part of a team, to identify opportunities for sharing good practice
deliver high quality teaching and learning which:
- Develops the whole learner, including skills of
enquiry and curiosity; is engaging, appropriately challenging and relevant.
- Meets the needs of
all learners, taking into account the individual requirements of each student.
- Fulfils the
demands of the relevant specifications, tutor guides and college ethos.
- Makes a positive
impact on student attainment and achievement.
other staff in contributing to student learning including:
- Supporting students outside their timetabled
learning sessions through support clinics and tutorials.
students’ experience of Mathematics through involvement in enrichment
- Attend Mathematics
- Working with other
staff to enhance the curriculum, innovate new ideas to improve student outcomes
and provide wider enriching experiences for students.
- Provide students with regular, incisive feedback in
response to their written work.
- Ensure that
marking, recording and reporting are in line with school policies.
- Ensure that
appropriately challenging targets are set and used with all students, and that
these targets are reviewed regularly with respect to attainment and
- Be able to
accurately assess each learning groups’ levels of attainment against student
targets and national benchmarks.
wider professional responsibilities including:
- Set and maintain high standards, expectations and
aspirations for both staff and students, ensuring they are treated with dignity
and respect and that they receive appropriate guidance, support and
- Maintain a safe and well-ordered learning
environment, safeguarding students’ health and safety, managing behaviour
effectively and rewarding success appropriately.
- Actively seek opportunities for professional
development to further enhance pedagogy and practice, and keep up to date with
curriculum and qualification changes.
About the Trust
Forte Charitable Trust is a family of six Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form
Academies across the Midlands. Established in 1989, our roots as a charity lie
in the global finance and hospitality industries, with our founders Martin
Landau and Rocco Forte. Their values combine in how our schools look after
their children and young people; they aspire to a world-leading standard of
innovation, entrepreneurship, service and care.
believe a brilliant education should be central to the development of every
child and young person. Their learning, wellbeing and happiness is at the
centre of every decision we take and every pound we spend.
The local area
is a vibrant and exciting city, located right in the heart of the UK. The city
has a developed arts and culture scene and the area has a great history. The school
is located just a few minutes’ walk away from Derby city centre.
provides great range of sports and leisure facilities and is the gateway to the
Peak District. Within a 10 minutes’ drive of the city you will find yourself in
the beautiful open Derbyshire countryside with unspoilt villages, historic
houses and adventurous attractions.
is 10 minutes away from M1 junction 25
is 90 minutes away by train
Midlands Airport is 20 minutes away
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the application form online
All appointments made
are subject to satisfactory references and an criminal background check. Landau
Forte Charitable Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare
of children and young people and expects all members of staff and volunteers to
share this commitment. An Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check is
required for this post.
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