STRATEGIC LEAD FOR MATHS
Permanent, full time, Required for Easter or June
LP3 – LP6, £46,778 to £50,368 pa
Due to growing our student numbers we are building capacity in many subjects and have some amazing opportunities. This is an exciting time in our school journey as we have just received a ‘GOOD’ from Ofsted in December 2022, which we are incredibly proud of and have some great ideas of how we are going to embed further practice.
You will be pivotal in the maths faculty, modelling excellent teaching and supporting the professional development of staff maths and numeracy. Providing a medium for sharing and developing good practice amongst staff, you will be instrumental in shaping our vision and ensuring that learning and teaching is outstanding. As a School and Trust, we are committed to developing leaders at all levels.
Ambitious staff can thrive at Foxford where talent management threads through our ethos, vision and development plan. You will be a creative teacher, adept at teaching across all key stages. You will have ample opportunity to develop, refine and reflect on your teaching to hone your practice with access to enriched professional development through our internal leadership programmes.
We will play to your strengths and can offer you:
- A range of benefits which include cycle to work, free parking, an employee discount scheme, a laptop/iPad.
- A strong commitment to staff wellbeing and recognition.
- Annual Learning & Teaching Conference for all Teaching Staff.
We are proud to be part of Castle Phoenix Trust. This facilitates an opportunity to play to your strengths and provide excellent collaboration between colleagues and leaders, access to effective CPD and the chance to develop professionally. The Trust is committed to invest in and develop all staff and, most importantly, bring about the best possible outcomes for our students who deserve the very best. Our Trust values are really important to all of us and include Respect to All, From All, Innovation and Collaboration.
Staff are accountable for the way in which they exercise authority, manage risk, use resources and protect students, who they are responsible for or in contact with, from discrimination and avoidable harm. All staff, where paid or voluntary, have a duty to keep young people safe and to protect them from harm. When an individual accepts a role that involves working with children and young people they need to understand acknowledge that the responsibilities and trust are inherent to that role. There will be a requirement that staff observe their obligations in accordance with the Trust’s safeguarding procedure and report any concerns in accordance with the procedure to the appropriate person.