Maths Teacher London Borough of Southwark

Southwark, London
Date Posted: 16 Nov 2023
  1. Secondary, Maths
£36745 - £51179 per annum
  1. Permanent

Maths Teacher London Borough of Southwark

Southwark, London

Maths teacher

Tradewind are recruiting! Are you looking for you next role teaching Maths in Southwark?

Tradewind are looking for an enthusiastic and innovative teacher of Mathematics to join an experienced team. The successful candidate will be able to show the motivation and commitment required to achieve ambitious targets for the pupils they teach and be dedicated to providing the best education for pupils. This position would suit either a newly qualified teacher, or a more experienced colleague who would like to utilise, and further develop their leadership skills.

In choosing successful candidates, the panel will be seeking outstanding classroom teachers with the ability to embrace and deliver the vision of the Trust,

Salary: Competitive, Inner London, plus benefits

This client has high expectations of staff to work together to:

  • Work towards and support the school vision and objectives outlined in the school development plan.
  • Actively foster the ethos and values of the school.
  • Build an expectation of high achievement for all.
  • Support the pastoral care of students.
  • Help to create the best environment to promote and secure the achievement of students and staff.
  • Build an exceptional understanding of what outstanding provision looks like in their subject.
  • Comply with and support at all times the school's policies and procedures on safeguarding of students.
  • Contribute to the school's programme of enrichment activities.
  • Work with the school's Health & Safety Policy to ensure a safe working environment for all.
  • Maintain high professional standards of attendance, punctuality, appearance and conduct.
  • Uphold and enhance the school's reputation by ensure positive, courteous relations with students, parents, colleagues and other stakeholders.
  • Engage actively in CPD for self and colleagues.
  • Be willing to go above and beyond expected levels of commitment to ensure the success of the school.
  • Manage budget in line with areas of responsibility.
  • Be proactive in ensuring appropriate allocation of resources, and evaluate against outcomes.
  • Undertake other reasonable duties related to the role as required from time to time.

Teaching and Learning

  • Lead by example as a teacher, achieving high standards of pupil attainment and progress, behaviour and motivation through effective teaching.
  • Provide highly effective teaching and learning opportunities within your subject area.
  • Create a learning environment that is positive, affirming and supportive.
  • Keep up to date with creative and innovative practices in teaching and learning, and use as appropriate.
  • Lead the department, standards, target setting, assessment and reporting.
  • Ensure that the students enjoy a safe and healthy environment in which standards of behaviour support learning and the social development of students.
  • Develop successful and inclusive approaches to teaching, including supporting students with special educational needs and disabilities and of the more able.
  • Achieve a harmonious and supportive community through effective relationships with staff and students.
  • Provide regular, written feedback in the form of a learning dialogue to students and ensure that they are given opportunities to react and respond to this feedback.

If this sounds like a role you would be interested in applying for or find out about other similar teaching opportunities contact, Business Manager, directly for further information.

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