‘One of the best in the country’ – Department of Education.
This School is already recruiting for a Maths Teacher to start September 2018!
*** Maths Teacher – Also open to NQTs
*** Outstanding North-West London secondary school
*** Teach Maths up to KS5
*** Permanent Maths Teacher post starting September 2018
*** 96% A*-C including Maths & English – Top 1% for Value Added
*** Inspirational Leadership Team – First class CPD on offer
*** Best NQT induction programme offering you the chance to become outstanding
The appointed Maths teacher will need to be motivated, highly academic with outstanding subject knowledge and be a great team worker who has the skills to teach a diverse curriculum up to A level.
This school in North West London has a great environment to develop your existing teaching skills in a place where Maths is a popular subject and consistently attracts some great results.
The Maths department always performs well in Ofsted inspections and has become one of the faculties that the school is most proud of. Staff within the Maths department are friendly and enthusiastic and the school hopes to recruit a likeminded new teacher.
The School, which is a mixed 11-16 school of 1500 pupils, is well situated in pleasant surroundings close to good commuting links. The school is oversubscribed and has an excellent reputation within the community. Graded ‘Outstanding’ and now deemed one of the best in the country, it will only consider Maths teachers with the ability to deliver high class lessons!
Applications are welcome from well-motivated teachers of Maths. The successful applicant will be joining a leading department staffed by exciting and dynamic practitioners. They are looking for a person of vision, energy and with excellent organisational and interpersonal skills to contribute to the overall success.
Whether you’re an NQT or an experienced Maths teacher, if this sounds like the place for you then do apply today and secure an interview with this lovely school.
Send your CV straight over for this Maths Teacher post, to Richard Rawlings at EduStaff!