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    Mathematics Teacher

    Trinity Grammar School is an Anglican school governed by a Council pursuant to an Ordinance of the Diocese of Sydney. The Archbishop of Sydney is the Council’s President. With an extensive range of world class educational programmes - including the International Baccalaureate, vocational programmes and one of the broadest range of co-curricular activities - Trinity benefits from a strong community culture, a sound organisational plan and growing demand. Fuelled by a pastorally aware culture with exceptionally high levels of individual student attention, we pride ourselves on knowing, understanding and nurturing every boy, and we have been guiding boys to grow in mind, body and spirit for over a century.

    LocationSummer Hill, New South Wales, Australia
    Type Full-Time
    Status Permanent

    About this job




    Trinity Grammar School is one of Sydney’s leading boys’ schools with an outstanding academic heritage and enviable facilities. Alongside the Higher School Certificate, the School prepares candidates for the International Baccalaureate Diploma.

    An opportunity has arisen for a suitably qualified and experienced teacher to join the collegial and innovative Mathematics Department.

    The successful applicant will be a highly effective teacher of Mathematics who is enthusiastic and passionate about teaching, preferably with experience in teaching Years 7 to 12 NSW Mathematics courses. He or she will employ a variety of teaching strategies and use technology effectively within the classroom. He or she will enjoy working as part of a team of educators and be keen to contribute to innovations within the Mathematics Department. Experience or familiarity with the International Baccalaureate will be an advantage.

    General Information

    Trinity Grammar School is the largest Anglican Boys’ day and boarding School in NSW with an enviable reputation and tradition for serving the educational needs of boys and young men over a number of generations. The School has campuses located in Strathfield (Preparatory School), Summer Hill (Senior, Middle and Junior School) and our Field Studies Centre at Woollamia. Since its founding in 1913, Trinity has forged a reputation for out¬standing academic results, a caring pastoral programme and an emphasis on both tradi¬tional and community sports. Trinity has an enrolment of some 2,000 boys.

    The School is a member of the Combined Associated Schools of New South Wales and joins in the CAS Sports competition. Staff members are therefore expected to participate in the co-curricular programme of the School.

    All members of staff are appointed by the Head Master and they are responsible to him for the overall performance of their duties. The Head Master delegates his authority to senior staff members for the effective management of the School.

    Mission Statement

    The mission of Trinity Grammar School is to provide a thoroughly Christian education for its boys, imparting knowledge and understanding of the world we live in, and recognising the importance of spiritual qualities in every sphere of learning and living. The School actively encourages its students to grow in wisdom and stature and in favour with God and man.

    Specific Duties/Responsibilities

    1.  To perform conscientiously and competently the duties, both teaching and non-teaching, that he/ she is assigned by the Head Master from time to time.

    2.  To maintain such records as may be required by the School.

    3.  To co-operate with the senior staff in the organisation and management of the School and help promote a team spirit among the staff.

    4.  To be actively involved in supporting the School co-curricular and sporting activities.

    5.  To be positive in support of the School’s traditions and Christian ethos.

    6.  To help foster good relations between parents, the community and the School and encourage parents to take an interest in the schooling of their sons and to participate in the life of Trinity Grammar School.