Regional Lead Practitioner for Maths

East region - Ormiston Sudbury Academy, Stoke High - an Ormiston Academy and Ormiston Endeavour Academy
Responsible to: 
Regional Director
Responsible for: 
The Regional Lead Practitioner for Mathematics will promote and implement strategies for improving attainment in Mathematics across three of our academies in the East Region. Working in partnership with the regional school improvement team, Executive Principal, Heads of School and Heads of Faculty, the role involves both a strategic overview of subject development across the region alongside day to day involvement with Mathematics faculties. This will include activities such as coaching, planning, leadership development, modelling strong practice, data analysis, curriculum development, support with student intervention.
Permanent full-time
Salary/salary scale: 
Leadership pay range L11- L15 (£51,233 - £56,434)
Closing date: 
29th Apr 2019, 5:00 pm
Interview date(s): 
9 & 10 May
Start date: 
September 2019

Ormiston Academies Trust (OAT) is a not-for-profit sponsor of 39 primary and secondary academies. Our vision is for all young people to have access to the highest academic, social and practical skills required to achieve their full potential, whether going on to study at a leading university or entering the world of work. We are determined to become the Trust that makes the biggest difference, both inside and outside the classroom.

Our successful family of schools educates over 28,000 students across many areas of the country. We are continuing to improve outcomes for our students despite being largely in areas of historic academic underachievement

We are looking to recruit an outstanding teacher, to work as a Regional Lead Practitioner for Mathematics in some of our highest priority schools throughout the east region.

The support you offer our leaders and teachers will be vital in ensuring that all of our schools achieve the same successes. Joining a regional school improvement team led by a Regional Director, you will use your passion, subject knowledge and expertise in Maths to drive forward the quality of teaching and learning. Based in three schools, you will model great practice through a partial teaching timetable but you will also travel around the region to coach and lead others. This in an exciting role that requires flexibility, a team spirit, and a willingness to learn and it will suit individuals who want to take a step-up and work at a more strategic level in Maths, across a range of schools.

Our expectations are high. We are aiming to ensure that all our schools show strong progress in Maths so that students can progress onto further study, university or employment of their choice.

The successful candidate will:

 be an outstanding teacher with a proven track record of securing sustained excellent outcomes
 have up-to-date knowledge of subject curricula and assessment requirements
 be proficient in teaching Maths, preferably to GCE
 have proven experience of identifying and implementing effective strategies for improving attainment in Maths in challenging schools at KS3 and KS4
 have a highly effective style that is both consultative and influential
 be able to demonstrate resilience, motivation and commitment to driving up standards of achievement
 be able to work across a group of schools and show significant impact in developing capacity and improving outcomes for young people

Regular travel between the three academies is a necessity of the post. The region includes academies in Sudbury and Ipswich; travel to these academies will be required.

For an informal discussion about the role, or if have any additional queries, please contact the Regional Director, Gwayne Webb at

OAT is committed to safeguarding children; successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

How to apply: 

Please submit your completed application form and supporting statement by 5.00pm on Monday 29 April 2019 to

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