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Head of Mathematics - Full-time

Beechwood School, Tunbridge Wells

  • Ref:KCC886-6011-9T
  • Posted:16/10/2021
  • Pay:Pay appropriate to experience
  • Start Date:01/09/2022
  • App Close Date:12/11/2021 at 20:00
  • Interviews:15/11/2021

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Beechwood School

Working with us - Achieving more than you believed possible – that’s what constitutes a quality education. At Beechwood School it is what we strive for in our school. We want it for our children, and we want it for the people who work for us.

 We are looking to appoint a professional and highly motivated individual to join our school in Royal Tunbridge Wells.  The ideal candidate will be an experienced leader in Mathematics, able to ensure the effective delivery of the subject to all our pupils. This is a crucial role in the school and gives the opportunity to effectively lead and innovate a well-resourced department. They will support the policies and aims of the school and ensure the good social, emotional and physical development of every child alongside a love of Mathematics in all its forms.

Key Purpose of the Job

Lead a Key Department

  • A willingness to lead from the front
  • Utilise effective assessments and data to ensure excellent progress in the department
  • Commit to department excellence through regular departmental meetings and teaching observations.
  • Responsibility for administrative tasks and deadlines for the department

 Teaching

  • Planning and preparing challenging schemes of work and lessons.
  • Teaching good quality lessons; setting and marking work (including examinations) to be carried out by the pupils in School or elsewhere.
  • Assessing, recording and reporting on the development, progress and attainment of pupils.

 Further learning and development

  • Reviewing from time to time the methods of teaching and programme of work in the department.
  • Keep up to date with developments in your subject from the exam boards
  • Participating in arrangements for professional development.

 As a small school with a stong Pastoral focus the key asset of our staff is a full understaning of every individual pupil's educational need and empowering them towards a life long love of learning. 

To apply please read the job specification. complete the school's application form and send in your CV along with a covering letter explaiing how you can make a difference at Beechwood school.  

 

Information about the school

Beechwood School is a forward thinking, inclusive and caring co-educational, independent, day, weekly and boarding school with over 300 pupils on roll (between 3 years and 18 years). Beechwood has a vibrant, diverse community with a range of nationalities. The School prides itself on the close relationship between staff and pupils, which flourishes in a family-like atmosphere.

Its tradition of ‘bringing out the very best’ in each and every pupil, setting standards in all round achievement and genuinely being a ‘happy place to be’ has endured and ensured generational support. Beechwood became co-educational in 2008 and now provides an outstanding education for boys and girls, both boarding and day. With its integral preparatory school, it provides continuous education for the whole age range from 3 to 18 years with pupils joining the senior school at age 11. Our boarding community is 50 strong and draws pupils from 16 different nationalities.

Beechwood School is part of the leading academic group, Alpha Schools. Alpha is recognised within the education field as an established and award-winning network of 15 independent schools from across the country. Strong collaboration across the group builds opportunities for our pupils and staff as we work together to offer a high-quality education within a stimulating environment.

Job Contact Information

  • Name:Justin Foster-Gandey
  • Address:12 Pembury Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 3QD
  • Telephone: 01892 532747
  • Email: info@beechwood.org.uk

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We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our students. You are advised that this post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020 and therefore this post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).