Tradewind are currently recruiting for an outstanding Maths teacher for a very popular school & 6th form college in Cheltenham. The role is starting ASAP (we will wait for the right candidate) to cover long term sick leave. This includes planning and marking so we will pay to scale for the right candidate.
The school is Ofsted Good with strong leadership and is an aspirational and respectful setting in the centre of Cheltenham. It is easily accessible by bus or car and a large car park is available for staff parking, as well as on road parking outside the school grounds. This school has a brilliant reputation locally and holds over 1200 students.
The role includes working with students in years 7 through to 12 and you will be expected to plan and deliver engaging lessons across KS3, KS4 and KS5. The Maths team is a large team of 13 staff and they are all very supportive, friendly and helpful. There will be schemes of work in place for the Maths lessons, and this role may also include covering other subjects on the odd occasion.
The Academy is well equipped with excellent facilities for both staff and students. The students are an aspirational group of young people who vary in ability, but all have strong desires to succeed. You will need to offer strong differentiation to be able to provide quality lessons for all of the students. The leadership team are friendly, supportive and want every student to succeed no matter what their ability or background. The school has strict behaviour policies that must be followed at all times as some challenging behaviour is present in this Cheltenham school. In general Supply teachers very much enjoy their experience of working at the school, we receive very positive feedback about the school and its students from our supply teachers.
To be successful in this Maths teacher role you will need to hold QTS and specialise in Maths preferably, or in another subject but with proven experience in teaching Maths up to GCSE. NQT's will certainly be considered and the school offer great training and support. You must be passionate, enthusiastic, enjoy a challenge, be calm, patient and be able to build solid relationships with staff and students.
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