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Deputy Head of Maths Department - Full-time

Aylesford School, Maidstone

  • Ref:KCC886-5410-410T
  • Posted:27/03/2020
  • Pay:MPS/UPS + TLR £4656
  • Start Date:Asap
  • App Close Date:04/05/2020 at 12:00
  • Interviews:TBC

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TEACHER OF MATHS / DEPUTY HEAD OF MATHS DEPARTMENT 

We are seeking to recruit an excellent Teacher of Maths to join our team. The successful candidate must be talented and committed, with the character, skills and drive necessary to inspire our students and ability to deliver engaging lessons of the highest quality.

Our vision is to provide quality academic and 'Character Education' which develops confident young people who are successful learners and contribute to society.

Aylesford School is on a positive journey of improvement as reflected in our recent, positive Ofsted Inspection and needs talented and dedicated teachers who are committed to supporting a community of students. If you want to work in an energetic team that is committed to the challenge, then this is the school for you.  The students are great and need teachers who can give them the confidence they need to be successful. Aylesford School is currently in the process of joining a newly formed academy trust with Wrotham School.

The Maths Department are a great team doing a brilliant job. They now need one further teacher to complete the team. 

The position is suitable for either an experienced or newly qualified teacher within this supportive department.

At Aylesford School what you think and what you do matters. Our most valuable resource is our staff and we invest heavily in your development.                                                                                                                                                             

Information about the school

Aylesford School is an inclusive school where every child, regardless of ability and background can fulfil their dreams and aspirations. We achieved a Good Ofsted result in February 2020.

We aim to provide students with a high quality academic and ‘Character Education’, which develops confident young people who are successful learners and contribute positively to society.

The post holder must work within the relevant policies, codes of practice and legislation reporting any concerns to the appropriate person.

The post holder must have good communication skills to be able to inform, persuade, inspire and motivate students and provide feedback to other professionals and parents as required.

Job Contact Information

Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.