Teacher of Mathematics
Park High School is a fantastic place to work and develop as a teacher. We’d love you to come and join us!
We are now seeking to appoint a colleague who shares our passion for learning and our determination to change lives through the education we provide.
Applications from both experienced and Newly Qualified Teachers would be warmly welcomed.
“Teachers have outstanding subject knowledge and use imaginative and stimulating resources. They are very skilful at showing students how to work independently and think for themselves and at giving them time to work together and share their understanding.” Ofsted
Appointment for January 2020 or September 2020
Outer London payscale
Closing date: Thursday 14 November 2019 at 9am
Details and application forms may be downloaded from the school's website or may be made online.
We are looking for an enthusiastic teacher who wants to join an excellent department. This post is suitable either for a teacher who is currently in training (NQT) or someone who would like to widen their experience, someone who will embrace the opportunities of working in a leading edge school. This post offers real opportunities for professional and career development.
Park High is an 11-18 mixed multi-ethnic comprehensive school of almost 1600 students, situated in the London Borough of Harrow. There are very high achievement levels and excellent facilities. Ofsted (2013) judged the school outstanding in all areas and in early 2014 we were designated a National Teaching School.
We can offer:
• An exciting learning environment where challenging, innovative and engaging learning is at the core of all we do.
• An award winning vibrant school which continues to achieve extremely high standards, both in Harrow and beyond.
• A genuine and active pursuit of well-being for all members of our community.
• Outstanding outcomes with a significantly positive Progress 8 score and zero NEETS.
• Students who exhibit excellent behaviour for learning and a desire to acquire knowledge and improve themselves.
• A supportive, enthusiastic and inspiring within which team to grow and develop.
• An opportunity to develop your craft of teaching across three Key Stages.
2. Curriculum, staffing and resources
The successful candidate will be part of a strong team of 16 staff, all of whom are qualified mathematicians.
Mathematics is taught in seven purpose built rooms, each incorporating an interactive whiteboard and data projector. In addition to the head of department and second in department there are raising achievement leaders in Years 7 & 8 and Key Stage 5.
In Years 7 and 8 students are taught in mixed ability groups. In Years 9, 10 and 11 students are divided into two sets and the other students are taught in parallel groups. At Key Stage 4 students follow the Edexcel Linear course and results are outstanding.
At Key Stage 5, 70% of our students study A level mathematics and follow the Edexcel A level course. The school is in the top twenty of schools nationally for the percentage of female students to choose to study A Level mathematics.
Essential educational requirements
Appropriate academic qualifications (to degree level), QTS and the ability to teach mathematics throughout the school.
QTS or working towards qualification
Essential skills and experience
Successful experience as a teacher of mathematics in a current post or during teaching practices (NQT) and both the ability and drive to develop further.
Ability to work and learn in a collaborative, innovative team with high standards committed to raising expectations and achievement of all students.
Evidence of excellent communication and organisational skills.
A good understanding of the mathematics curriculum and the changes in GCE/GCSE assessments.
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About Park High School
Park High School
- Thistlecroft Gardens, Stanmore, HA7 1PL
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