(KS5 TLR2a £2,873)
We are seeking an enthusiastic and inspirational teacher of Mathematics with KS5 responsibility who is passionate about teaching and learning and is dedicated to achieving excellence for all.
Leaders across the school play a crucial role in planning a curriculum that is ambitious for students of all abilities. The impact is that all groups of students, including those with SEND, achieve their best. Middle and senior leaders also play a significant role in contributing to whole school improvement.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone wanting to take additional responsibility in Mathematics. You should already have demonstrated excellent leadership and management skills, be committed to inclusion and the well-being of every child and be an outstanding role model in your own professional practice.
At the heart of subject leadership is the provision of professional leadership to secure high quality teaching and learning, effective use of resources, improving standards of achievement for all students, and the promotion of students’ personal development and well-being. A Key Stage Co-ordinator must provide leadership and direction for the subject and ensure that it is managed and organised to meet school and subject aims and objectives.
A Key Stage Co-ordinator plays a key role in supporting, guiding and motivating teachers of the subject. A Key Stage Co-ordinator evaluate the effectiveness of teaching and learning, the subject curriculum and progress towards targets for students and staff in order to inform future priorities for the subject. The policy and practice of monitoring within a department provides the information for evaluation and action. A Key Stage Co-ordinator identifies needs in their own subject and recognises that these needs must be considered in relation to the overall needs of the school. It is also important that a Key Stage Co-ordinator has an understanding of how their subject contributes to school priorities and to the overall education and achievement of all students.
Throughout their work, a Key Stage Co-ordinator ensures that practices improve the quality of education provided, meet the needs and aspirations of all students and help to continue to raise standards of achievement in the school.
What we offer:
In what has been an unprecedented year for schools and education, Bentley Wood High School are proud that our students have achieved such excellent results and gained places at a range of prestigious universities
“Outstanding teaching stimulates the students’ passion, igniting their enthusiasm and interests for learning. Students’ behaviour around the school and their attitudes to learning in lessons are exemplary” Ofsted Outstanding.
How to apply:
Please complete an application form with a letter of application outlining why you would like this role, what you would bring to it and how your skills and experience match the demands of the post.
Note: The job you are applying for is exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (2013 and 2020) which requires you to disclose all spent convictions and cautions except those which are ‘protected’ under Police Act 1997 – Part V and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975 (2013 and 2020) and are not subject to disclosure to employers on DBS certificates and cannot be taken into account.
If you are invited to interview you will be required to complete a “Disclosure of Criminal Record” form and bring the completed form to interview. The School is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and safeguarding checks will be undertaken prior to appointment. This role involves engaging in regulated activity relevant to children and all staff have safeguarding responsibilities.
Vacancy Closing Date: Noon on Monday 23rd May 2022 interview on 24th May 2022