Seeking a new role from September? Apply for this 2iC Maths position today at an ofsted good school based in Barnet without an application form.
Salary: £32,000 - £49,000 + TLR2b (£5052)
The Assistant Curriculum Leader of Maths plays a crucial role in supporting the Curriculum Leader in the development and delivery of an effective and engaging Mathematics curriculum. This position involves working closely with the Curriculum Leader to ensure the smooth operation of the Mathematics department, facilitate high-quality teaching and learning experiences, and contribute to the overall success of students in Mathematics.
- Curriculum Development:
- Collaborate with the Curriculum Leader to design, review, and refine the Mathematics curriculum, ensuring alignment with national and local educational standards.
- Contribute to the development of innovative teaching strategies and resources that promote active learning and student engagement.
- Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the curriculum, making recommendations for improvements based on student outcomes and feedback.
- Teaching and Learning Support:
- Support and mentor Mathematics teachers in implementing effective instructional practices and differentiation techniques to meet the diverse needs of students.
- Assist in the development of schemes of work, lesson plans, and assessments, ensuring coherence and progression across different year groups.
- Provide guidance and support to teachers in using technology and other resources to enhance teaching and learning in Mathematics.
- Student Progress Monitoring:
- Collaborate with the Curriculum Leader and teachers to monitor and analyze student progress and attainment in Mathematics.
- Identify students who may require additional support or interventions and work with the appropriate staff to develop and implement strategies for their improvement.
- Analyze data and provide regular reports to the Curriculum Leader, highlighting areas of strength and areas for improvement in student performance.
- Staff Development:
- Support the professional development of Mathematics teachers by identifying training needs, coordinating relevant workshops, and sharing best practices.
- Encourage a culture of collaboration and reflection, fostering a supportive and innovative learning environment within the Mathematics department.
- Contribute to performance management processes, including conducting observations and providing constructive feedback to teachers.
- Department Administration:
- Assist in the organization and coordination of departmental activities, including meetings, events, and examinations.
- Maintain accurate records of student attendance, assessments, and other relevant data.
- Support the Curriculum Leader in managing departmental resources effectively, including textbooks, technology, and other teaching materials.
- Stakeholder Engagement:
- Foster positive relationships with students, parents, and other stakeholders, promoting open communication and engagement in the learning process.
- Attend parent-teacher meetings and other school events to provide updates on student progress and address any concerns or queries.
- Collaborate with external organizations and professionals to enhance students' exposure to real-world applications of Mathematics.
Qualifications and Skills:
- A degree in Mathematics or a related field (a postgraduate qualification in Mathematics or education is desirable).
- Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or equivalent teaching certification.
- Substantial experience teaching Mathematics at the secondary level, with a track record of delivering high-quality instruction.
- Excellent subject knowledge and a passion for Mathematics and its practical applications.
- Strong communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
- Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and support colleagues effectively.
- Proficiency in using technology to enhance teaching and learning in Mathematics.
- Familiarity with national curriculum standards and assessment requirements.
- Commitment to promoting inclusivity, diversity, and equal opportunities within the Mathematics department and the wider school community.
If you would like more information please contact Daisy-Rose O'Toole on 07361588305 or email Daisy- or apply today.