Curriculum Leader For Maths
Curriculum Leader for Maths
Lammas School and Sixth Form is recruiting for a Curriculum Leader for the Maths department, to inspire the next generation of Mathematicians. We would like to hear from you if you can share your enthusiasm for the subject, your knowledge and your skills with our students and staff. You will enjoy being part of a friendly and supportive team committed to making a difference to the lives of our young people.
At our school we are passionate about educating young people through rich extra-curriculum, expertly taught. As proud members of the Griffin Schools Trust, we base our philosophy on the shared pillars of Proud Traditions, Wide Horizons and High Achievement. We are committed to challenging educational and social disadvantage and aim to instil our students the ability to think critically and creatively. The Griffin Schools Trust is also committed to supporting colleagues to achieve swift career progression offering a range of opportunities and experiences across the thirteen Trust schools.
This role would suit an expert in their field, with the capacity for creativity and the belief that regardless of background, every child can achieve at least national norms.
Lammas School is a thriving and highly regarded community school with Sixth Form provision, located within walking distance of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and set on the edge of Hackney Marshes. We are closely partnered with two outstanding Primary Schools, Willow Brook and Riverley.
Our curriculum offer is broad, and we are intently focused not only on achieving academic excellence, but also widening the horizons of the community we serve via the arts, sports and an enviable co-curricular offer. These include the yearly Griffin Science Symposium, The Griffin Sports Festival, The Griffin Arts Festival and Founders Day, all opportunities to engage in higher level experiences and strengthen community.
How to Apply
Include a full CV with the names and contact details of two referees and send it along with your supporting statement of no more than two sides of A4 and addressed to Carla Kenny at firstname.lastname@example.org telling us about your experience in contributing to schools high performance and your personal educational vision.
The closing date for applications is 12noon on Tuesday 24 May 2022, interviews Thursday 26 May 2022.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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