Maths Teacher Required - North London

Recruiter
GSL Education
Location
Haringey, London
Salary
28098.0000
Posted
22 Jul 2017
Closes
21 Aug 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Start Date: September 2017
Contract: Permanent
Location: Haringey
Daily Rate: £147/£198 £28098-£38241 (Inner London)

GSL education are currently recruiting for a maths teacher to be employed at a co-educational secondary school in North London. The school has a rapidly improving reputation and is in the top 20% of secondary school in the UK in terms or progress made. The maths department has 8 teachers, plus one 2ic and a head of maths and last year achieved well above the national average for A-Cs in GCSE maths. This is a large school with approximately 1300 students, including a flourishing 6th form.

The school is proud of its recent upturn in success, achieving significantly above national average results across the core subjects for the last two years. Rated "Good" by Ofsted, the staff and pupils are always striving for further improvement. We are recruiting for a maths teacher with a dynamic teaching style, the ability to engage all learners of all abilities and an obvious passion for the subject.

Maths is taught in a purpose-built block with interactive whiteboards in every room. The candidate will be able to teach KS5 maths. The school can offer a committed and successful subject team, along with commitment to high quality leadership development.
The school will pay according to scale and will also offer an excellent CPD programme, including a comprehensive induction programme for NQTs. The successful maths teacher will be paid to scale - due to the size of the school TLR’s often become available too.

The school will go through a shortlisting process and will therefore require your most up to date CV, at which point successful business teacher applicants will be invited in for interview.

We welcome applications from newly qualified teachers, fully qualified teachers and suitably qualified overseas trained teachers.