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The King's School - Lead Practitioner in Maths

Mill Hill, Pontefract, WF8 4JF

Pay Range L1-L5 - £39,374 - £43,454

Required for September 2018 or sooner if possible.

Post Ref: P127


Are you passionate about your subject? A confident mathematician who stretches and challenges the most able pupils, recognises and plans for misconceptions before they occur, and is equally effective in scaffolding teaching for those who struggle?

Do you believe that all children deserve to, and indeed can, achieve well in Mathematics, whatever their starting points or barriers?

Are you a great teacher who has demonstrated significant success with this aspiration and who wants to share the strategies and techniques that work with others?

If so – read on…

We require a highly effective teacher of Mathematics, whose practice is instrumental in ensuring that pupils, of all ages and abilities, achieve consistently strong outcomes, to join our strong team. The successful candidate must also be able to effectively support other teachers to rapidly and sustainably improve teaching and therefore learning outcomes.

The post will involve a significant amount of classroom teaching and responsibility for classes at The King’s School. The Trust’s Director of Mathematics will provide most aspects of line management, support and direction for the successful candidate along with other senior leaders.

To learn more about the role and exciting opportunities it will provide please see below.

Application Pack

Application Form

Declaration form

Completed application forms should be returned either by post to Lisa Dodgson, HR Manager, Pontefract Academies Trust, C/O St Mary’s Community Centre, The Circle, Chequerfield, Pontefract, WF8 2AY or by emailing no later than Monday 22nd January at 9am.

We are an equal opportunities employer welcoming applications from everyone. The Pontefract Academies Trust is wholly committed to ensuring children and young people are fully supported and safe. We are dedicated to the safeguarding of all children and young people whilst promoting their welfare and expect all staff and volunteers to share this. Any offer of employment will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory DBS Enhanced Disclosure and any satisfactory pre-employment checks. Successful applicants will also be asked to provide criminal conviction information.