Head of Faculty – Mathematics
St Paul’s Way Trust School, in association with Queen Mary, University of London, is seeking to appoint an outstanding Head of Faculty for Mathematics
The faculty is amongst the strongest in the school and outstanding student progress in mathematics puts us consistently amongst the highest performing schools in the country. Mathematics is our most popular subject in the sixth form, with 60% of students studying it at A level. We also teach further maths and many students go on to study maths or engineering at university.
The successful candidate will be expected to outline a compelling vision for the future development of the faculty, to lead a vibrant and highly successful team that has a passionate commitment to the progress of all students. Essential, is an unwavering belief in the potential of every student. We are looking for a head of faculty who will be able to continue to develop our rich curriculum offer and who will make a sustained impact on student progress and achievement. We are seeking to appoint a candidate who has extensive knowledge of the demands of the new curriculum and has proven and creative methods of delivering exceptional provision in mathematics.
We are London’s only Faraday Science School – STEM subjects are at the heart of our curriculum. Our exceptional links with world-leading universities help shape an inspirational curriculum.
In March 2013, Ofsted described the school as ‘Outstanding’ in every category, including the VI Form. The school was commended for its “relentless pursuit of scholarship and excellence”. We are entering our second year as a National Teaching School. Our award winning new building is situated in the heart of East London. Professor Brian Cox OBE is one of our Patrons.
If you would like to play your part in delivering outstanding provision for our students, we would very much like to hear from you.
Please note we do not accept CVs alone
Application closing date:
10:00am, Tuesday 3rd November 2020
St Paul’s Way Trust School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful candidates will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS Check.