Woodmanstern Primary

Parent Pay Term Dates

Teacher of Maths Secondary

Overview

We are looking for a creative and talented teacher to join our motivated and expanding team. You will be fundamental in formulating our  innovative and exciting secondary curriculum  and contributing to this vibrant local community within the Local Authority’s first
all-through school for children and young people aged 3 to 19 in South London.

Personal attributes

We are looking for an excellent Teacher of Maths (Secondary) with:

  • very high expectations of what can be achieved;
  • a proven track record in raising pupil attainment;
  • an understanding of how children learn and the complexities of this process;
  • the aspiration to work  with young people, colleagues and parents;
  • the skills to work successfully as a team member establishing effective working relationships and flexible working practices;
  • experience of following  direction and working in collaboration with colleagues, parents, pupils and the school community;
  • strong interpersonal skills;
  • a creative and innovative approach to school improvement;
  • the ability lead on the educational progress, achievement and enrichment experience (including trips, rewards and clubs).

Salary & Benefits

MPS/UPS (Inner London) full or part time 

Location

Woodmansterne School & Sixth Form
Woodmansterne Road
Streatham Vale
London
SW165UQ

Supporting documents

How  to apply

 Please email your application to: recruitment@woodmansterne.london.        
Woodmansterne School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers or external agencies to share this commitment. Successful candidates will be asked to   apply for an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.  Further information can be found at www.gov.uk

Equal opportunities

Woodmansterne School is an equal opportunities employer and  particularly encourages applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, as these groups are underrepresented throughout education nationally.