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HUGH CHRISTIE SCHOOL
Full Time Teacher of Maths - Second in Department
Due to an expansion of the curriculum for core subjects, we are excited to offer this opportunity for an inspirational and ambitious teacher of Maths to join our successful team as a second in department.
The appointed applicant will join a supportive team, working alongside a well-established and very successful Maths department. You will be passionate about Maths and have the drive to be part of a forward thinking department, focused on developing exciting and engaging learning experiences.
This position would suit an aspiring teacher of Maths looking for an opportunity to develop their teaching and learning and leadership skills. Specific responsibilities will include supporting the Director of Learning for Maths in the day-to-day running of the department and a specific responsibility for the development of the Maths curriculum in KS3.
Responsibilities will be negotiable and dependent on your interests and experience.
The ability to teach A-Level Maths is desirable, but not essential.
A TLR would be available for the successful candidate.
Start Date: September 2020
Closing date for applications: Thursday 20th February 2020
Please contact Mrs Nicki Riddle for a Briefing Pack and additional information firstname.lastname@example.org or 01732 353544 ext 242
The college is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
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Hugh Christie School
Hugh Christie opened in 1957 as a co-educational school for children of all needs and abilities. Based in Tonbridge with excellent transport links, the school is housed in well maintained buildings on an attractive campus, with excellent facilities.
It is our aim that every child at Hugh Christie is happy, successful and well prepared for adult life. This website provides you with all the important information about how we try to achieve this.
Long Mead Community Primary School
Long Mead Primary School serves an estate in the north end of Tonbridge. The local ward it serves has relatively high levels of deprivation for the area. As a result, the school has higher than average number of disadvantaged children on its roll.
The school has a population of around 170 children, including a nursery. The school roll has fluctuated over time and this had made stability a challenge. One priority area is to increase numbers attending the school in the nursery and reception by broadening the appeal of the school to the local community.
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