This will be achieved through coaching and mentoring of partner school teachers, ensuring the programme meets the needs of staff and pupils.
We’ll be running an information evening to provide further information about the role and to answer questions. To attend, please register:
Responsibilities in brief
- Support a portfolio of schools to implement the programme
- Carry out school development visits, observe lessons and give developmental feedback.
- Provide advice and training to school leadership teams, Mathematics Mastery School Leads and teachers to ensure effective implementation of the approach.
- Work with colleagues across the organisation to ensure the best possible standard of teacher experience.
Training and professional development
- Deliver high quality training workshops and inter-school collaboration sessions.
- Measure the effectiveness of the training delivered and teacher attendance/satisfaction.
- Genuine passion for mathematics education
- Belief in the potential of every pupil
- Vision aligned with Mathematics Mastery’s high aspirations and expectations of self and others
- A self-starter who is driven to achieve the highest standards
- Demonstrates resilience, motivation and commitment
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to manage and motivate others
- Ability to probe, challenge and question appropriately and strive for continual improvement
- Collaborative working style and strong team player
- Demonstrated commitment to personal development
- Personal values are aligned with those of Mathematics Mastery
Download the full application pack
- Regionally based
How to Apply
Please send firstname.lastname@example.org a CV and covering letter briefly explaining:
- The nature of your support work in the field of mathematics, especially how this has helped improve outcomes for pupils
- How you have developed other teachers to improve their practice
- Your recent professional development, including any additional maths qualifications
- Examples of training sessions that you have delivered to teachers and other staff. What impact did this have on their practice?