Sessional Lecturer in Maths Approximately 18 hours per week, Fixed Term £25.47 per hour The Post
We require a temporary lecturer to assist within our large and ever growing innovative and proactive team. We are one of the largest post-16 GCSE centres in the UK, teaching English and Maths to approximately 4,500 full time learners You will be required to teach functional skills and GCSE Mathematics to predominantly 16 - 19 year olds alongside their vocational qualifications as an integral part of their programme of study. Some experience of teaching students with barriers and challenges to learning would be an advantage. English and Maths
The School teaches English and Maths GCSEs and Functional Skills. Key features of the Centre include:
City College Norwich
- Our part time adult provision offers, English, Maths GCSE, Functional Skills English and Maths to approximately 500 students.
- We work very closely with course teams across the College to ensure successful English and Maths outcomes for those studying full time vocational qualifications.
- A specialist tutorial team working closely with students, teachers and parents and providing support for progression to further and higher education, employment and training
- Dedicated, specialist accommodation, including subject base rooms
- Access to the College's wide range of specialist services such as our GEM Study Centre, library, additional learning support and personal and financial support
- A friendly and informal working environment
English and Maths is part of City College Norwich, a large college of further and higher education, and is based on the College's main campus close to Norwich city centre.
The College offers a wide range of academic and vocational courses across and is an Associate College of the University of East Anglia (UEA).
In March 2013, Ofsted rated the College as Good (grade 2), with main strengths including:
- The college is making a significant contribution to the wider strategic development of education and training in the city and across Norfolk, in close partnership with the local community, schools and employers. This is helping to strengthen progression routes, raise the quality of provision and improve value for money.
Working in Norwich
- Quality improvement and staff development initiatives have raised the quality of teaching, learning and assessment and led to improved outcomes for learners.
- Learners make a major contribution to decision making within the college, particularly through the work of the students' union president, who is an influential member of the senior executive and corporation.
- There are good progression opportunities and high progression rates for many learners.
- Teaching, learning and assessment are good. Well-qualified and experienced teachers and support staff have high expectations, support students well and help improve outcomes.
- Students develop good personal, social and employability skills and make good progress.
- Students develop and improve their English and mathematics skills well.
For applicants from other areas of the country, working in Norwich offers an exceptional range of benefits. The city centre combines historic architecture with excellent shops and leisure facilities, all within a few minutes walk of the college. There are good local schools and the city hosts the University of East Anglia. Housing within easy reach of the college is often competitively priced and ranges from urban and contemporary to rural and traditional.
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to view the Job Description and Person Specification Closing date: Sunday 25 October 2020 All new appointed employees are required to fund their own enhanced DBS Check and register with the DBS Update Service