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Teacher of Maths (1 Year FTC Maternity Cover)

Teachers Pay Range M1-UPS3

Northampton International Academy are looking to appoint a Maths teachers on a fixed term contract from September 2020

Job Description

To ensure the greatest possible progress and development of students, through high quality teaching and learning. To challenge and support all students to achieve their best by:

  • Setting consistently high expectations and standards
  • Sharing a love of your subject and of learning
  • Enthusing, engaging and motivating students
  • Inspiring trust and confidence in students and colleagues

Main duties:

  • To maintain thorough and up to date subject knowledge and pedagogy
  • To plan lessons and sequences of lessons and to support students in meeting their personal and academic potential
  • To use a range of effective strategies for teaching and for behaviour management, as detailed in the school’s Learning Policy and Behaviour Policy
  • To ensure the effective deployment of classroom support where appropriate
  • To use and analyse performance data including prior learning data, progress data and external examination data when planning lessons, and in order to establish and set expectations, targets and action plans for individuals and groups of students
  • To assess, monitor and record progress of students in teaching and tutorial groups
  • To set home learning regularly and in accordance with the school’s Homework Policy
  • To mark work regularly, provide appropriate feedback, and ensure this feedback is acted upon, in accordance with the school’s Homework, Marking and Assessment Policy
  • To communicate students’ progress with parents and carers
  • To take part in activities, such as Open Evenings, Parents’ Evenings, Options Evenings and Celebration Events
  • To engage actively in your own Performance Management and to take responsibility for your own Professional Development within the context of the school’s Performance Management and Professional Development policies
  • To be a team player within your department, contributing to department meetings, improvement plans and evaluation processes
  • To work with, learn from, and support departmental colleagues
  • To cooperate with colleagues to ensure a sharing and effective use of resources and to inform the process of ordering and allocation of equipment and materials
  • To alert relevant staff to problems experienced by students and to work with those staff to implement solutions

Essential educational requirements

Undergraduate degree

Essential qualifications

QTS and eligibility to work in the UK

Essential skills and experience

QTS and eligibility to work in UK
Evidence of continuing professional development
Understanding and support for the values and visions of the school
Understanding and clear vision of the importance of Maths
A consistently good or outstanding practitioner capable of generating high student outcomes
Ability to teach Maths to KS3, KS4 and KS5
Self-motivated and self-reflective
Good teamwork skills
Good interpersonal and communication skills
Good organisational skills
Flexibility
Patience
Resilience

Teachers here at NIA need to be exceptional classroom teachers who will inspire and motivate our learners, making learning fun and challenging. They need to be resilient, flexible, committed and dedicated, working with a diverse group of pupils.
Sharing the values and ethos of the Academy Trust

Our teachers are an integral part of our dedicated team who are working hard to attain high standards across the academy

By working for our Trust, you’ll be able to take advantage of a wealth of professional development and support opportunities, as well as a range of employee benefits.

These include:

  • Continuous professional development and training opportunities
  • Dedicated support from our school improvement team
  • Career and leadership opportunities within our growing family of schools
  • A Trust employee forum with representatives from across the organisation
  • A confidential 24-hour Employee Assistance Programme
  • Childcare vouchers scheme
  • A corporate eye care plan

For more information about these positions please contact Lorna Stockwell on 07500 559281 or email recruitment@emat.uk

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post.

 

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EMAT teaching Employment Application Form new version Jan 2019 11th May 2020 Download
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