Contract Type: Full Time
Role:
Teacher
Job Start Date: 2022-01-01
Salary: MPS/UPS + TLR2 - £5,105
School Type:
High
School Size: 1001-2000
School Age Range: 11-18
Pupil Gender: Mixed
Address: Broadstairs Road, Broadstairs, Kent, CT10 2RL
Ofsted Ranking: Not yet rated

Overview

Second in Mathematics: KS3

THE POST

A dedicated and enthusiastic Second in Mathematics responsible for KS3 curriculum, continuity, progression and development is required for January 2021 in this over-subscribed non-selective, co-educational school which benefits from the state-of -the-art new buildings and is situated in a beautiful part of the South East coast. The school enjoys a good reputation locally, with dedicated colleagues and enthusiastic students. Staff hold high expectations for all students and work tirelessly to continue to raise attainment and achievement.

The successful candidate should be able to deliver excellence in the classroom, providing innovative and inspirational teaching and learning.  This is an excellent opportunity for a suitably qualified and experienced candidate to work with colleagues to build a vibrant and outstanding department.  This post is suitable for an experienced professional looking to further their expertise.

The Charles Dickens School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  The post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure application via the Disclosure & Barring Service and a check against the ISA Barred List of Children.

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About The Charles Dickens School

At The Charles Dickens School we are dedicated to enabling all students to achieve their potential. We pride ourselves on being a challenging, innovative and inclusive school community. We are dedicated to our students’ development, both as learners and as responsible young adults.

Students should leave The Charles Dickens School prepared for, and with an appreciation of life in modern Britain. It is our duty as an educational establishment to not only support students in gaining the skills they require to achieve in their examinations, but also to develop them into well-rounded individuals who have the skills and adaptability to continue with further study and then into the world of work. We believe that it is our duty to help students to develop their own moral judgements, based on exposure to different viewpoints, religions and cultures.