Mathematics Trainee Teacher
An Ofsted graded ‘Outstanding’ school in the London borough of Newham is looking for a Mathematics Trainee Teacher to join their successful team and secure Qualified Teacher Status with their support. This is a long-term-to-permanent appointment to commence in October 2020 or in January 2021, although an earlier or possibly later start could be arranged for the right Mathematics Trainee Teacher.
-Mathematics Trainee Teacher role – QTS Awarded
-London borough of Newham
-Completely fee-free programme
-October 2020 or January 2021 start
-Exceptional student behaviour
-London weighting – Salary upwards of £21,004
-One of the highest-achieving schools in the country
In recent years, as a state-funded school, they received widespread recognition in national media for their achievements. In 2020 alone, the school had 51 students secure places studying with Oxbridge. As such it is a supportive and diverse community, albeit one that has high expectations. This is an excellent opportunity for a Mathematics graduate looking to work in an excellent London school where students aim for the stars.
The Ofsted report acknowledges the committed team of leaders within the school and also notes that “Relationships between pupils and staff are very positive. Mutual respect and a shared motivation ensure that all pupils become successful learners. The quality of teaching is outstanding. Teachers use strong subject knowledge, skilful questioning and stimulating activities to inspire pupils’ learning. In a few cases, the most able pupils are not always challenged to achieve their potential.”
The successful Mathematics Trainee Teacher will be based in a high-performing department which welcomes innovation and new ideas. As a trainee working towards QTS, you will have your own timetabled classes in which you yourself will take on the responsibility of teaching and supporting your own cohort of learners. This will include teaching Mathematics across various key stages and years, with high ability.
In order to apply for this role, you will need to meet a few minimum requirements, without exception, including:
-Bachelor of Honours in Mathematics (1st class or 2.1 is expected for this position)
-GCSE C or above in English and Maths; preferably an A-Level in Mathematics also
-A passion for Maths and confident abilities in presenting/teaching/tuition
-Right-to-work in the UK full-time
-Experience working with students in some capacity is not required but is preferred
Whether you’re a newly-graduated individual looking for an excellent programme to secure your QTS or an experienced school worker looking to do more with your degree and progress in your career – apply now!