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Interested in teaching at KCLMS?

We are hiring a Trainee Teacher of Mathematics and a Graduate Teacher of Physics. Apply by 28.06.

King's Maths School is keen for alumni to apply for two exciting roles: a Trainee Teacher of Mathematics and a Graduate Teacher of Physics. The deadline to apply is 28 June and the posts will commence from 30 August 2023.

The Trainee Teacher of Mathematics, which is full time and initially for a fixed term of 1 year, is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking for formal teacher training. Providing hands-on entry to the teaching profession, the successful candidate will be enrolled on the Schools Direct Programme via the University of Roehampton and complete their teacher training over the course of the 2023-24 academic year. 

Dan Abramson said: “We would love to have our alumni actively apply for these two roles. Both are great opportunities for people looking to gain experience of sixth form education and work with the most inspiring, brilliant young people we know.  Over the years we have already had former students join us in some teaching capacity and it would be fantastic to continue completing the circle. We hope to receive lots of applications from our alumni community.”

The Graduate Teacher of Physics role, which is either part-time or full-time, will suit someone looking to progress into teaching. Whilst this person may have no formal teaching qualification, they are likely to have engaged in tutoring or some teaching activities. They will be mentored by an experienced physics teacher. This post may be of interest to recently graduated physics students, those engaged in research who are looking for education work to complement their studies, or someone who was previously involved in education who is interested in returning. 

Aurelie Leonard, External Relations Officer at KCLMS, said: "There are many benefits to working at KCLMS. First and foremost, we are a caring community of like-minded peers, teachers and professionals, offering a warm sense of belonging. In addition, we have more holiday allowance than other state schools and have a later start to the day with lessons commencing at 9.15 AM. Our cycle-to-work scheme is very popular and our staff wellbeing policy is progressive. Come join KCLMS!" 

To apply for the roles, please clink on the links below: 

*Graduate Teacher of Physics*

*Trainee Teacher of Mathematics*

We look forward to hearing from our alumni. 

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