Contract Type: Full Time
Role:
Teacher
Job Start Date: 2022-01-01
Salary: TLR Available for a Suitable Candidate
School Type:
Academy Secondary Aged
School Size: 1001-2000
School Age Range: 4 - 18
Pupil Gender: Mixed
Address: Twyford Road, Wargrave, Reading, Berkshire, RG10 8DS
Ofsted Ranking: Good 2

Overview

Teacher of Mathematics

We are looking to appoint a committed and dynamic practitioner who can join an outstanding Mathematics department to deliver inspirational lessons across all ages and ability ranges. This is an exciting opportunity to join a school and department dedicated to delivering world class education.

We wish to appoint a colleague who:

• is an outstanding teacher of Mathematics
• has the flair, creativity and ability to deliver outstanding outcomes for all students

The Piggott School Mathematics department:

• ALPS 2 for GCSE Mathematics
• ALPS 2 for A Level Mathematics
• ALPS 3 for A Level Further Mathematics

All staff are provided with laptops or tablet devices and benefit from discounted Bupa healthcare.

The school is a mixed Church of England Academy with 1759 on roll (485 in sixth form), situated near Twyford, between Maidenhead and Reading.

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts are subject to Satisfactory Disclosure Clearance and a ‘prohibition from teaching’ check will be completed for all applicants. The school reserves the right to close this advert once sufficient applications have been received.

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About The Piggott School

The Department for Education approved our application to become an Academy with effect from Friday, July 1st 2011.

The decision to become an Academy enabled the School’s staff, Governors and students to move together into an exciting phase of development. As an Academy we are in a strong position to ensure that the interests and needs of Piggott students lie at the forefront of our planning and decision-making.

The Piggott School remains dedicated to high standards of achievement and its staff remain committed to the welfare and progress of all students. We have retained our current links with our communities, our feeder schools and our colleagues in other secondary schools. These things have not changed but the new status has allowed us to bring forward some of the improvements and developments that we long sought and to continue with aspects of our work which may otherwise have been compromised had we not sought conversion.

The Piggott School is a C of E Academy, which reflects the history and the involvement of The Church of England in the education of young people in their communities; our pupils or their families do not have to have a Christian faith, or any religious faith, but everyone is expected to respect the teachings of the Christian faith.