HEAD OF MATHS
Box advertisement to appear under Secondary Maths on Friday 13 January 2017
Willowfield Humanities College
209 Blackhorse Road, Walthamstow, London, E17 6ND
Tel: 020 8527 4065
11-16 mixed comprehensive, N.O.R. 780
Headteacher: Clive Rosewell
Head of Maths
School Pay Range (£26,139- £42,077) + TLR 1b (£9,378)
Recruitment and Retention Allowance (£3500 - £5000 reviewable after 3 years)
We are a successful and oversubscribed school at an exciting stage in our development. We moved into our fantastic new site in September 2015 and the great new facilities are bringing to life even greater opportunities for our students.
Starting in Summer Term 2017, this is an exciting opportunity for a successful maths teacher to lead our successful maths team.
You will be an excellent teacher with a successful track record in raising attainment and be a role model for effective classroom practice. You will have a clear vision for the contribution maths makes to young people’s education and this will inform your leadership of the maths team and your contribution to the development of the school as a whole.
- ‘a good school’ - OFSTED, June 2016
- ‘one of the top 100 non-selective state funded schools in the country’ (DfE 2015)
- ‘in the top 10% nationally for progress from KS2-4 (SSAT 2015)
- a winner in the KS4 category of the pupil premium awards 2015
- a specialist partner of UCL – Institute of Education
- a partner in the Seven Kings & Whitefields Teaching School Alliances
- holder of the Investors in People - Silver Standard award
- holder of the Gold Quality Mark for Professional Development
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. A DBS check will be taken up on the successful candidate.
Please telephone or e-mail for further details and application form.
Closing date: Friday 27 January 2017.
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