KS5 Mathematics Co-ordinator
Salary + TLR £4447
Due to a restructure we are looking to appoint a KS5 Mathematics Coordinator who will work closely with the Head of Maths and Senior Leadership team, as well as other colleagues throughout the department, to drive continuing improvement in students’ progress as well as the quality of Teaching and Learning within KS5 and the wider Maths faculty.
The successful candidate will be an outstanding practitioner who can demonstrate experience of teaching KS5 and raising attainment in Maths across all Key Stages. You will have a proven track record of success in the classroom and demonstrate high aspirations for the future.
Not suitable for an NQT
You will join a vibrant department, where teachers work together and are encouraged to innovate and to inspire all students to make excellent progress from their starting points
We can offer you:
- The benefit of being part of our Teaching School
- A wealth of CPD aimed at teachers at all stages and levels of experience
- Supportive Induction programme
- Excellent opportunities for further development
- Onsite Gym with discounted memberships for staff
Woodrush High School is an oversubscribed 11-18 mixed Academy and has an excellent reputation locally and nationally. Our last three Ofsted inspections have been graded ‘Outstanding’ and we work hard as a team to continually strive to improve. We are a Teaching School and a National Support School committed to educational innovation. We are situated in a pleasant suburban area the school is based on the borders of Birmingham, Solihull and Worcestershire only 5 minutes from Junction 3 of the M42.
Interested candidates are welcome to come and look around the school by prior appointment.
To find out more information on our school please download our application pack from our website. Details can be found also on how to apply.
Alternatively please contact Mrs Robinson, Headteacher’s PA by phone or email to have a pack emailed or posted out to you.
Woodrush High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and as such expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment
This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for this role
Closing date: first post Monday 21st May
Interviews to take place on Wednesday 23rd May.
Woodrush High School,
Tel: 01564 823777