The University of Liverpool Maths School is a new specialist school offering a rigorous education for the most able and passionate 16-19 year old mathematicians in the region. We offer the opportunity to work with highly motivated students and colleagues in a relaxed but committed environment.
The University of Liverpool Maths School teaches mathematics, physics and computer science to motivated, high-potential 16 to 19-year-old students from a wide variety of backgrounds. We also deliver an outreach programme which delivers additional support in mathematical and physics to a large number of students across Merseyside. We plan to increase significantly the reach and range of our outreach offer over the next few years, supporting teachers and schools to provide excellent STEM education across the region.
Our mission is to enable children with a strong interest and high potential in the mathematical sciences in the Liverpool City Region and the north west of England to make a national and global impact through their work, learning and research in the mathematical sciences.
We are particularly interested in widening participation in the mathematical sciences by supporting students with talent who have faced disadvantage in their lives and education so far and providing equality of access to STEM degrees and careers.
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During school and external examinations we sometimes need additional invigilators to help ensure that our examinations are conducted properly and candidates are well cared for.
Invigilation help is needed at various times of year including assessment weeks in November, December, January, March/April and several weeks during May and June for A-Level examinations.
Full training is provided for invigilation via an online module and in-person briefing. Invigilators would be employed on a “zero-hours contract” and the demand for help will vary considerably across the year and from one year to the next.To apply to our invigilator vacancy click here
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