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SEN Maths Teacher/Tutor

Job Description

Location: Northampton

Employment Type: Full-time, Monday to Friday, 8:45 am to 4:45 pm

Salary: £24,420 - £38,520 per annum (dependent on qualifications and experience)

About Us: Dunbar Education is a leading recruitment agency specialising in education, committed to connecting talented educators with rewarding opportunities. We are currently seeking a dedicated and experienced Maths Teacher/Tutor to join our team in Northampton.


  • Plan and deliver engaging and effective Maths lessons.
  • Assume responsibility for class/group teaching, ensuring a positive and inclusive learning environment.
  • Utilise creative teaching methods to cater to diverse learning styles.
  • Provide support to students with varying abilities, including those with Special Education needs.
  • Collaborate with colleagues and contribute to the overall success of the school community.

Essential Criteria:

  • GCSE English and Maths grade C or equivalent.
  • Recognised Teaching Qualification.
  • Evidence of successful and recent class/group maths teaching responsibility.
  • Experience in Special Education.
  • Must have a DBS on the update service.
  • UK teaching experience.
  • Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).


  • Competitive salary based on qualifications and experience.
  • Professional development opportunities.
  • Supportive and collaborative working environment.
  • Opportunity to make a positive impact on students' education.

Key Tasks:

  • To plan and teach clear, high-quality maths lessons to support pupils to make outstanding progress and to embed key concepts in their long-term memory.

  • To set clear targets for pupils' learning, building on prior attainment and considering each pupil as an individual

  • To have regard, and plan to meet, the special educational needs of pupils

  • To have, or rapidly develop, expert knowledge in the subject/s taught

  • To enable all pupils to understand key concepts, effectively checking understanding and correcting misunderstandings

  • To assess pupil work and progress give regular feedback and use this to continuously inform teaching

  • To prioritise reading to develop pupils' fluency, confidence and enjoyment

  • To plan and sequence learning towards cumulatively sufficient knowledge and, as appropriate, meaningful accreditation

  • To build all learning towards an endpoint that leads into the next stage of their education, training or employment

  • To report on pupil progress in line with school policy

  • To maintain a stimulating, engaging and safe learning environment that allows your pupils tofocus on learning

  • To positively manage behaviour in line with school policy
  • To undertake a pastoral and support role as required

  • To attend school events as required

  • To contribute to the wider life of the school, including whole-school routines, paperwork and duties

  • To take responsibility for your professional development and engage in performance management activities
  • To work with pupils across school sites and at outreach venues as required (transporting pupils in your vehicle when required)

How to Apply: If you meet the essential criteria and are passionate about making a difference in the field of education, we would love to hear from you. Please submit your CV and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience

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