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Maths ECT


Teaching Personnel

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St Albans

Permanent | Full Time

11/06/2024

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Role: Maths ECT
Location:
St Albans
Ofsted: GOOD

Start Date: September 2024
Salary: MPS/UPS, Dependent on experience

Contract Type: Permanent, Full-Time

Are you an enthusiastic and dedicated Maths Early Career Teacher (ECT) looking for a permanent position in a supportive and dynamic school environment?

A highly regarded secondary school in St Albans, rated 'Good' by Ofsted, is seeking a talented Maths ECT to join their team from September 2024.

Located in the picturesque city of St Albans, this secondary school prides itself on its inclusive and nurturing atmosphere, fostering both academic excellence and personal growth. With a committed leadership team and a collaborative staff community, the school offers a positive and progressive environment for both students and teachers.

Role Requirements:
Qualification: Must hold a relevant degree in Mathematics or a related field and have achieved or be on track to achieve Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) by September 2024.

Passion for Mathematics: Demonstrates a genuine enthusiasm for teaching Maths and an ability to inspire students of varying abilities and backgrounds.

Pedagogical Skills: Proficient in delivering engaging and effective lessons that cater to different learning styles and abilities.

Classroom Management: Exhibits strong classroom management skills, fostering a safe and respectful learning environment.

Commitment to Continuous Improvement: Shows a commitment to personal and professional development, with a willingness to engage in ongoing training and CPD opportunities.

Team Player: Works well collaboratively, contributing positively to the Maths department and wider school community.

Safeguarding: Demonstrates a thorough understanding of safeguarding responsibilities and is committed to promoting the welfare of children and young people.

Communication Skills: Possesses excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, for effective interaction with students, parents, and colleagues.

Extra-Curricular Involvement: Enthusiastic about participating in and contributing to the school's extra-curricular activities and programs.

For immediate consideration, please apply directly to this advert with an up-to-date copy of your CV, highlighting your relevant work experience, contact details and a covering letter indicating why you should be considered along with your availability to interview

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