Maths Teacher

Location: Wycombe Marsh
Job Type: Contract
Industry: Secondary Teacher | UK Teaching Jobs for International Teachers
Reference: PE11264900
Salary: UPS/MPS as Appropriate
Job Published: about 1 month ago
Maths teaching job from October half-term onwards at a very popular Catholic school with a through-School Campus in High Wycombe. This school is renowned for providing excellent educational opportunities for children who are excited to learn and have a very supportive parent body. Judged to be good' by Ofsted, the school offers a collaborative and supportive maths department with a strong induction for new teachers.
To be considered for this Maths teaching job in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire you will need to;
  • be a qualified teacher
  • be UK trained or have experience teaching in the UK
  • possess excellent teaching skills and an ability to lead classes with pace and sufficient challenge
  • have the charisma, enthusiasm and personality to motivate students
  • understand the school's academic standing and have a sincere commitment to sharing long-term aims
  • show you are an imaginative and forward-thinking classroom practitioner
  • have the willingness to form part of a successful and enthusiastic team
  • have high expectations of pupils and themselves
  • be committed to planning and delivering an exciting interactive curriculum

In return this school offers:
  • effective CPD to further develop your practitioner skills
  • creative and encouraging colleagues who actively promote the vision and aims of the school
  • a vibrant, happy and calm environment to work in
  • a superb, state-of-the-art learning environment
  • pay to scale MPS/UPS
If you are passionate about your subject and want to really make a difference to the lives of young people, then this Maths teaching job in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire could be the school for you. Applications are welcomed from both experienced or newly qualified colleagues. Overseas qualified teachers are welcome to apply. Please apply online today or contact Paul Chuter at Protocol Education on 01923 257 410