Job Description


Full Time or Part time (4 days)

Required from September 2024

Mathematics is a popular subject at Channing, with large numbers opting to study A level each year. Each full time member of the department teaches a varied timetable embracing all abilities and age groups. Further Mathematics is taught at A level alongside Oxbridge and STEP preparation.

The Department is well resourced with scope for the continued expansion of the application of new technologies. The use of spreadsheets, internet based resources, effective use of ipads and graphics calculators is essential in delivering lessons effectively. All classrooms have interactive whiteboards.

Mathematics is taught in sets from Year 8 upwards, usually with one more set than the number of forms. Year 7 are taught in their mixed ability tutor groups and students in Year 8 and beyond are set. We follow the Pearson Edexcel IGCSE where all pupils sit the Higher Tier. Some of our most able students also sit the AQA Certificate in Further Mathematics (Level 2) in Year 11.  Results at both IGCSE and A level are strong.

The ability to teach up to A Level is essential. Experience in teaching Further Maths is highly desirable.

This vacancy is either for a Full Time or Part Time (0.8) Teacher of Maths

For more information, please see the information pack below.

Deadline for applications: Monday 15 April 2024

Interviews: Tuesday 23 April 2024

Channing School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. To assist in this, the school follows a formal recruitment procedure for the employment of all staff which adheres to the recommendations of the Department for Education (DfE) in “Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education” and the school’s Child Protection Policy. In line with our Recruitment Policy, all shortlisted candidates will be subject to online searches including social media. A copy of this procedure is available on request.

Subject to statutory provisions, no applicant will be treated less favourably than another on the grounds of a protected characteristic. Ability to perform the job will be the primary consideration.