The Great North Maths Hub seeks to extend and strengthen its work supporting schools in Sunderland and Gateshead. We are therefore now seeking to recruit a Secondary Assistant Maths Hub Lead (AMHL) to join our established leadership and management team. The post can comprise of the equivalent of two teachers for one day a week or one teacher for two days a week with some allowance for flexibility in the days to allow this to work around other roles.
The Assistant Maths Hub Lead(s) will work as part of the Maths Hub Leadership and Management Team, normally for the equivalent of two days a week between April 2020 and at least October 2020 with a particular focus in the local authorities and secondary schools of Gateshead and Sunderland. Working pattern can be discussed further to fit with school needs and could involve condensing days over the employment period. The role will involve working closely with schools in these areas and will include:
supporting recruitment of desired number and type of schools to the Maths Hub activity, including engaging directly with school leadership in hard to reach schools
acting as the public face of the Maths Hub, communicating and promoting the Maths Hub’s vision and ambition for maths teaching and maths teachers and the impact of its work
understanding the needs and priorities of schools in the area, including establishing effective links and regular contact with local authority officials, in order to help inform Maths Hub planning
clarifying the local leaders of maths education (LLME) position in the area, promoting LLME development opportunities in a targeted way, identifying potential LLME and ensuring targeted investment in their development
identifying leading schools and colleges that demonstrate effective practice and seeking to develop partnerships
The AMHL’s school or college, or business (where independent), will receive an appropriate secondment rate of funding from the Maths Hub.
The criteria for the person fulfilling the Assistant Maths Hub Lead role is that they should:
be an expert practitioner with deep understanding of what leads to effective mathematics education, including teaching for mastery;
have significant successful leadership experience with a good understanding of the challenges faced by subject and school leaders.
be experienced in leading work beyond their own school/college
have a strong awareness of the challenges of developing mathematics teaching and be supportive of the Maths Hub’s work, including teaching for mastery.
Application process Applicants should download and complete the application form below, and email to email@example.com by 4pm 20th March 2020.