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Mathematics Teacher

Mathematics Teacher

Location: London, E2

Main Pay Scale or Upper Pay Scale

We are seeking a mathematics teacher for an academy that is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

They expect all staff and to share this commitment, therefore all positions will involve a degree of responsibility for the safeguarding and welfare of children.

Scope of the Role:

The post-holder will be committed to:

? Delivering consistently good lessons.
? Ensuring students are engaged with and enjoy Maths.
? Raising the attainment of students and promoting Maths across the Academy.
? Working with a range of stakeholders, including parents, other schools and local and national partners.


Students: planning, delivery and development of the Maths curriculum and enrichment activities.

Staff: working with the Head of Learning Area, the Second in Department for Maths and other subject areas to ensure that Maths contributes to the ethos of the academy and to promote the profile and status of the subject.

Other: engagement with academy curriculum initiatives, particularly those pertaining to Maths, including enrichment activities and cross-curricular planning.

Accountabilities of the Role:

? To ensure the potential of all students is fulfilled by planning and delivering stimulating and challenging lessons which meet the needs of all learners.
? To maintain high expectations of students' behaviour and achievement, and to establish excellent relationships with students.
? To monitor and record the progress of students using Assessment for Learning strategies and in accordance with Academy assessment policies.
? To maintain an up-to-date knowledge and understanding of developments within your subject specialism.
? To work under the direction of the Head of Learning Area to develop the curriculum.
? To contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of the policies and practice of the Academy, including those designed t