Teacher of Maths
MPS / UPS (including fringe allowance)
Stone Lodge School is fully inclusive and caters for the diverse needs of its students. We have appointed highly motivated, dynamic support staff, teachers and leaders who deliver exciting learning every lesson, every day, so that all our students reach their full potential and secure first-class destinations.
We are looking to appoint an energetic, enthusiastic and effective Teacher of Maths to join our Mathematics department at our highly popular, co-educational community secondary school based in North Kent.
Our ideal candidate will:
have an unwavering passion for teaching the curriculum in an inspiring way to ignite our students’ passion for the subject, and to help students to achieve success in their exams and in their future lives.
be able to evidence a proven track record of high impact in teaching, learning and curriculum excellence, to support strong outcomes and learning experiences.
Career with Endeavour MAT - what we can offer you:
As well as offering you a competitive salary with pay progression opportunities, you will also be working in a brand-new purpose-built setting with great facilities and with a team of talented, engaged and motivated colleagues. Our common values of respect, integrity, determination, equality of opportunity and self-management help instil a strong work ethic among staff and students alike and our supportive culture provides what many of our existing staff describe as a ‘family feel’ within our Trust.
The deadline for applications is midnight on 25th February 2024, with interviews expected to take place shortly afterwards. It is our intention for all candidates to be observed teaching a face-to-face lesson as part of the selection process.
Early applications are encouraged as eligible candidates will be invited to the interview stage on a rolling basis and we may appoint before the stated closing date.
At Stone Lodge our approach to safeguarding is child-centred and we consider at all times the best interest of the child.
We have a designated safeguarding lead, who provides support to staff members to carry out their safeguarding duties and liaises with other agencies such as children’s social care.
Mr Barnett is also a safeguarding lead and regular meetings are held to discuss any ongoing safeguarding or welfare concerns.
All staff members receive safeguarding and child protection training which is regularly updated.
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