Teacher of Modern Foregin Languages
POST: Teacher of MFL
REQUIRED: September 2023
The governors are seeking to appoint an excellent teacher of Spanish who has the drive, skills and enthusiasm to join our successful, highly motivated and supportive modern foreign languages department.
Our vision is to recognise and nurture the unique capabilities of each student, encouraging all to pursue their language study to at least GCSE level. We aim to raise the aspirations of all students and support them to achieve their full potential, offering a range of extra-curricular and enrichment experiences, such as clubs and trips. The successful candidate will be required to deliver across the age and ability ranges and to join the team in driving the department to excellence.
The school currently offers Spanish as a main language from KS3 to A Level. We are keen to develop our curriculum range to include other languages.
The successful candidate will be:
- Passionate about their subject and aligned to our vision of teaching and learning
- Highly motivated and committed to inspiring students and staff to achieve excellent outcomes
- Committed to raising take up across the department at GCSE and Post-16
- Enthusiastic about curriculum development
- Creative, believing in the potential of every student to achieve
Applications will be considered from early careers teachers or experienced teachers.
For any enquiries about the post please contact Miss N Bowen at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 0151 527 3961.
For further information and application pack please visit www.maghullhigh.com
PLEASE NOTE THAT APPLICATIONS CAN ONLY BE ACCEPTED ON THE MAGHULL HIGH SCHOOL APPLICATION FORM – CVs MAY ONLY BE USED AS A SUPPORTING DOCUMENT.
CLOSING DATE: Monday 12 June, noon
INTERVIEWS TO BE HELD: Week beginning Monday 12 June
NO AGENCIES PLEASE
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