MFL Teacher

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REESON Education
Reference
MFL - East
Sector
Education
Salary
Negotiable
Location
Barking
Job Type
Permanent/Full Time
Date Posted
4th December 2017

Job Description

MFL Teacher (French and Spanish), Full-time, permanent, East London

An experienced MFL Teacher (French and Spanish) is required from January 2018 to fill a permanent role at an OFSTED rated 'Outstanding' school in East London.

- MFL Teacher
- French and Spanish
- £28,660 - £39,006
- Jan / April 2018 Start
- 'Good' School

The Role

As an MFL Teacher,you will be tasked with delivering a broad, balanced, up to date and relevant curriculum to students, monitoring and supporting their progress along the way. You'll make raising standards of attainment a priority, encouraging students to fulfil their academic potential. Day to day, you'll be responsible for: planning and delivering lessons, attending appropriate meetings and parents evenings, marking student work, keeping up to date with the national curriculum and any developments within the wider teaching landscape and ensuring effective deployment of classroom support staff.

The School

The school is based in North London , close to public transport links and within the inner-London pay zone. A mixed 11-16 comprehensive, high standards and expectations are set in order to encourage and support students to achieve their very best.

You'll be rewarded with an excellent staff development programme which includes further training and avenues for professional development, a generous benefits package and a working environment where pupils and teachers treat each other with care and respect in a school rated by OFSTED as 'Outstanding.'

The Ideal Candidate

As the ideal candidate, you will be an MFL Teacher who is a graduate in a relevant subject and hold DfE recognised QTS. You'll also have a solid understanding of the national curriculum requirements at KS3/4. You'll have the ability to lead and manage your own work load effectively, with excellent time management skills. Personally, you'll have a positive approach to your work and lead your students by example. You'll have a passion for languages and teaching profession. You'll be enthusiastic and committed to contributing to school life and the wider school community, including parents and other key stakeholders.

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