Our team in Norwich is working closely with an Ofsted rated 'Good' high school in Norfolk who have enlisted our help to source a suitably qualified and outstanding Maths teacher. This position will be a full-time role and the successful teacher will become an integral part of their Maths department taking on full teaching responsibilities.
This position will be offered on a supply basis from January 2021 to July 2021 and the school is really keen to speak to teachers who can hit the ground running and support their students as they look to bridge the gap in learning the pandemic has created.
What we are looking for;
- You should have a teaching qualification and a Maths based degree.
- The appointed Maths teacher should motivate, enthuse, excite, and challenge students to produce the highest quality work.
- You will have schemes of work that are creative, varied, and flexible enough to promote differentiation and commitment to pupil progression.
- Have experience delivering Maths in a mainstream setting
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Candidates will be subject to a variety of checks including an enhanced DBS check, full references including your most recent employer and eligibility to work in the UK. Step Teachers are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.
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