Maths teacher in Wisbech could earn between £21,588 to £31,552 PER DAY says Guardian recruitment ad

PUBLISHED: 15:10 13 May 2014 | UPDATED: 15:20 13 May 2014

New job ad for teacher in Wisbech

New job ad for teacher in Wisbech

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It has been the bane of successive heads for a generation – finding enough teachers willing to come to Wisbech.

Guardian ad for Wisbech teacher Guardian ad for Wisbech teacher

The switch to academy status for Thomas Clarkson has helped (it currently has nine vacancies) but maybe the salary offered for a maths teacher is the way forward?

The Guardian newspaper today is advertising for a maths teacher for Wisbech with the “ability to plan fun, informative lessons” at an eye watering salary that starts at £21,588 PER DAY.

If you’re lucky and achieve the maximum pay scale your salary could rise to an even more enticing £31,552 PER DAY.

The Premier football style wages (for a graduate of course) are on offer on the Guardian website by Servoca Education Resourcing who promotes themselves as a “specialist education agent providing a superior recruitment services”.

Thomas Clarkson Academy’s other vacancies range from progress leader, second in design technology department, a business teacher, PE and English teachers and a part time teacher of Spanish.

The salaries are not mentioned on the academy’s website so whether they compare with teaching maths remains unknown.

Servoca has been contacted for a comment.

We’ve asked if they’ve got their sums right……..

(Spotted any other eye watering ads? Email john.elworthy@archant.co.uk)

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