Maths Teacher

Tower Hamlets, London
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Date Posted:01 Apr 2019
Competitive

Maths Teacher

Tower Hamlets, London
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This role would be to teach Key Stage 3 & 4, but with an opportunity to teach A level maths if desired. The post would be suitable for an experienced GCSE and A Level Mathematics teacher.

Mathematics Teacher
(Inner London Pay Spine, plus performance related bonuses and other benefits)

About the client
The school are achieving exceptional results to match their status as an 'outstanding' school. In 2018, 74% of students achieved five or more 9 - 4 GCSE grades with English and Mathematics. This has been achieved in an academy with levels of attainment below the national average on entry, and over 68% are entitled to pupil premium.

They are looking for someone with determinate and drive to promote their relentless ambition to deliver continuing success to the young people we serve. Their approach is based on very simple principles: clear systems and extremely high expectations making this achievable for all. They focus on the development of students, values and ultimately academic success.
The Role
The successful candidate will be working with the Subject Leader Mathematics and Numeracy and will play a leading role in developing mathematics and numeracy teaching for students. This exciting and challenging post requires an enthusiastic, hardworking, conscientious and energetic individual, teaching mathematics and numeracy up to and including A level.
Joining this school, you can be part of a team which enforces high standards of behaviour and pushes students to achieve their very best.

If this sounds like a role you would be interested please or to find out about other teaching opportunities contact Leanne.king@twrecruitment.com, Business Manager, directly for further information

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