Maths Teacher

Luton, Bedfordshire
Date Posted: 30 May 2024
  1. Primary, Maths
£30000 - £45500 per annum + based on experience, paid to scale
  1. Permanent

Maths Teacher

Luton, Bedfordshire

Position: Maths Teacher
Location: Luton
Salary: Main Pay Scale 1 (MPS1) - Upper Pay Scale 3 (UPS3)
Start Date: September 2024
School Rating: Ofsted 'Good'
GCSE Performance: 62% A-C for 5 GCSEs at Grade 4 and above
Behavior: Excellent behaviour among students


  • Deliver engaging and effective Mathematics lessons to students at the secondary level
  • Support students' progress and attainment in Mathematics
  • Contribute to the overall improvement of Mathematics teaching within the school
  • Collaborate with colleagues to plan and implement effective teaching strategies
  • Participate in departmental meetings and school-wide initiatives
  • Provide feedback on students' work and participate in assessment and reporting processes


  • Clear evidence of successful secondary teaching experience up to September 2024
  • Understanding of effective teaching principles
  • Ability to motivate, engage, and progress pupils from diverse backgrounds
  • Familiarity with teaching Mathematics at various levels
  • Excellent subject knowledge in Mathematics
  • Commitment to continuous professional development

How to Apply:

  • Contact Karl at Tradewind on 01727 236 255 for a confidential discussion
  • Alternatively, email your CV to for an immediate callback

This role offers an opportunity for experienced Mathematics teachers to contribute to the school's Mathematics department and support students' learning and development. The salary range offered is from MPS1 to UPS3.

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