Teachers of Mathematics

Biddick Academy - Biddick Lane, Washington

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Contract: Full time
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11-16 Comprehensive

1100 on roll

Headteacher: Miss K Morris

Required for September 2020

Teacher of Mathematics – MPS – UPS

At Biddick Academy, we are looking to add an enthusiastic, dynamic and inspirational practitioner to our existing faculty of well-led, dedicated and innovative mathematicians. If you have a love of mathematics and a desire to share your passion; if you are open-minded and relentless in your pursuit of professional growth; then there is no better place than Biddick Academy to entrust the early stages of your career in teaching.

Our Maths Faculty is on a trajectory of improvement and we want you to be part of this exciting journey where you will be given the opportunity to make a difference every single day, achieve immense job satisfaction and reach an extremely high level of professional expertise.

The strength of our Maths Faculty at Biddick Academy lies within our environment of collegiate collaboration and mutual support where you will be encouraged to share new developments within secondary education, high-quality inventive resources to promote mathematical mastery and innovative approaches to teaching and learning. If you join our team, through numerous whole-school and faculty-specific CPD training and NQT/RQT induction programmes, your early career in teaching will be carefully nurtured, you will be closely supported and you will be provided with every opportunity possible to develop professionally, hone your craft, further your career, realise your potential and become an outstanding practitioner of mathematics teaching.

“I feel that one fundamental virtue of CPD at Biddick Academy is the opportunity provided for everyone within faculties to collaborate and share best practice so that we all feel well-supported and confident in autonomously enhancing our own practice towards a shared vision and collaboratively-established goal” – Jon, Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages.

“As a result of useful, timely, constructive and supportive feedback I have received at Biddick Academy, the confidence I have in delivering high-quality maths lessons to promote mastery and to develop depth of understanding in a positive climate for learning has skyrocketed” – Leona, Teacher of Mathematics.

Biddick Academy is a thriving, oversubscribed secondary school conveniently located 10 minutes’ drive from Newcastle and Durham. We are passionate about education and believe that all students can and should achieve their full potential. Our extensive range of extra-curricular opportunities motivate students to aim high. The Academy enjoys an excellent reputation within the local community and has a strong and distinctive ethos of being a safe place where we continually strive to inspire learning, unlock potential and achieve success for every student.

We actively welcome visits and would be delighted to show you around our Academy, introduce you to our team of Mathletes and to give you a tour of our excellent learning environment and facilities.

Please contact Mrs Helen Neary, HR Manager at [email protected] or 0191 5111600, ext 5013 to arrange a visit or to have an informal discussion regarding the role.

To apply, please complete an application form and return to Mrs H Neary at the email address above.

Biddick Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect that all staff and volunteers share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check before taking up the post, along with pre-employment safeguarding checks.

Closing date for application: Monday 20th March 2020 at 9am

Interviews: Thursday 30th April 2020

Educational requirements:

Please see person specification

Skills and experience requirements:

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Benefits:

MPS/UPS

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Posted on: Fri Mar 27 2020 Closing on: April 20, 2020
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