Permanent Teacher of MFLSpanish - September 2017
Teacher of MFL (Spanish) - September 2017
Are you a Teacher of MFL, with a Spanish specialism, looking for an exciting challenge in your teaching career?
A newly opened, all-through, free school are recruiting for a Teacher of MFL for a permanent position starting in September 2017. In September 2017, the current Year 10 will be the first Year 11 in the school, allowing for their first GCSE results. This role would suit an experienced practitioner or a strong NQT who is currently at "Good" or "Outstanding" in their training.
Due to the age of the school, the numbers of pupils within the school are smaller than national average reflecting on the strong community spirit in this small Oxfordshire village. The aim of staff at the school is to know every one of their students well, providing an environment that not only allows them to achieve what they are truly capable of, but also equips them with excellent academic qualifications and a 'can do' attitude. This pathway allows students to be able to create the right pathway for themselves within higher education and the workplace.
The school has a range of in-house facilities to aid teaching such as laboratories, a range of American and traditional sports facilities, two bespoke performance spaces, a library and a recording studio. As well as the school's own facilities, there is also the opportunity to connect students to the wider resources on site, ensuring good connections to industry and a variety of local businesses.
As a teacher working with the first year of results in the school, this is a unique opportunity to share your best practice in MFL teaching with a highly ambitious learning team. You will be expected to deliver consistently high quality teaching as the school have a 'no excuses' culture in taking steps to ensure no child is left behind in their learning. They place value on Modern Foreign Languages as it is key to supporting students succeed across the curriculum and in their future lives.
Most important is your attitude and approach. You will be:
- able to motivate students and inspire a love for languages
- keen to use new technologies and develop a vision for learning in the 21st Century
- committed to securing outstanding outcomes for all students in your care
- willing to play an active part in enrichment activities
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of young people. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced criminal records check (DBS). For more information please contact Niki Dhokia at Capita Education Resourcing on or e-mail your CV