Teacher of Mathematics with Head of Year Responsibility
Hagley Catholic High School is part of the Emmaus Catholic Multi Academy Company, which consists of nine primary schools and one secondary school. The Multi Academy Company was formed on the basis of effective working relationships, with the aim of strengthening and further improving the life chances of all the young people within our strong Catholic partnership. The Directors of the Multi Academy Company and all involved in our schools, are deeply committed to providing outstanding education firmly rooted in gospel values – our motto is “Our Journey with Christ".
Hagley Catholic High School is a highly successful, Catholic high school with a current population of 1138 students aged 11 – 18 including a Sixth Form of 200. The school is dedicated to developing a Catholic community in which all students work towards fulfilling their potential in a safe and supportive environment.
The school has a Pupil Admission Number of 190 with six forms of entry. The school enjoys an excellent reputation and commands a high degree of parental and parish support. Students come to Hagley mainly from Kidderminster, Stourbridge, Halesowen, Stourport-on-Severn, Bewdley and South West Birmingham.
Hagley Catholic High School is looking to recruit a teacher of Mathematics for the start of the summer term or the beginning of the next academic year. It would be desirable that the candidate has the ability to teach across all year groups from KS3 to KS5. Applications are welcomed by all including NQT’s.
There is also an opportunity for a Head of Year position (TLR 2b). Candidates who are interested in this additional responsibility should make this clear on their application and outline in their personal statement their experience in order to fulfil this role also. Information about this additional TLR can be gained by contacting Mr Richard Miastowski (Assistant Principal) at email@example.com
Hagley Catholic High School is a high performing school (P8 = +0.34 in 2019) set in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside with very good transport links, including a main train line to Birmingham and Worcester. It is a happy and caring school with a very strong Catholic ethos, community cohesion and commitment to global justice through its charity work. The Math's Department is popular and very well regarded. It has a very well-established team of staff; schemes of learning are well sequenced, and students make excellent progress. Students secure very good GCSE results, 89.3% achieving 9 – 4 grades in 2019 and 35.1% of students achieving 7 - 9 grades. The department also secured an excellent Average Math's progress 8 score of +0.28 placing it well above the national average.
Students achieve well in Mathematics at A level and are consistently above national averages.
Closing Date: Thursday 2nd December 2021
Date of Interviews: Thursday 9th December 2021
A full application pack is available on the vacancies page of the school website or alternatively directly from Mrs Tracey Brown (School Business Manager)
Phone: 01562 883193
We warmly welcome visits to the school. For specific questions about the role and/or to request a visit, please contact Miss Anne Holland, Subject Leader of Mathematics by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hagley Catholic High School is a member of the Emmaus Catholic Multi Academy Company which is an equal opportunities employer committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The company expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment; therefore, this position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and medical clearance.
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