MFL Teacher French and Spanish
MFL Teacher French and Spanish
Are you currently completed your teacher training and due to be a Newly Qualified Teacher from September? Or are you an experienced teacher seeking a new opportunity?
Are you a passionate MFL specialising in teaching both French and Spanish, and are you able to teach both to Key Stage 4 and at least one subject to Key Stage 5?
Do you have a record of high quality teaching or do you have the potential to be an outstanding teacher?
The Permanent Division at Tradewind Recruitment are working alongside a 'Good' school in Hammersmith and Fulham who need a fantastic MFL teacher to teach both French and Spanish from September. The role is suitable for either an NQT or a more experienced teacher, however the candidate must have QTS and recent experience of teaching in a state school setting. Could this be the right MFL role for you?
***MFL Teacher - French and Spanish
***Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 5 in at least one subject
***Ofsted 'Good' School - May 2017
***Permanent post on MPS1 - MPS6 £29, 664 - £48, 244
***Start September 2019
***Hammersmith and Fulham, West London
***Small Secondary School, opened September 2011
About the School - MFL Teacher - Hammersmith and Fulham, West London
*Tradewind are currently working with a small secondary school which opened in 2011 as one of the first free schools in the country.
*The school for the first time went to Year 13 last year and reached capacity.
*The school is part of a multi - academy trust.
*Pupils at the school are from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds with the largest group being White British.
*The school has a steady leadership team and most of which were promoted within.
*The school is very fortunate to have moved in to a brand-new site a few years ago with state of the art classrooms and facilities and plenty of resources.
*The MFL department is small with 4 members of staff and a Head of Department.
*Students at the school are motivated towards languages learning so a great opportunity to specialise in your subject and teach students who enjoy learning.
*Students at the school consistently reach their potential, this achievement is made possible through high quality teaching throughout the school, which secures excellent progress by disadvantaged students.
About the Role - MFL Teacher - Hammersmith and Fulham, West London
*This school is looking for either a Newly qualified teacher of MFL French and Spanish, or an experienced MFL teacher.
*The joining teacher will be required to teach at least one language to Key Stage 5 and the other language to KS4.
*This post will be a full time and permanent teaching post.
*The successful teacher will need to have strong classroom and behaviour management with a proven track record.
*You will be joining a supportive MFL department with great staff retention.
*The teacher must be UK Trained or have recent and relevant experience teaching in the UK and in state schools.
*The teacher must also hold QTS.
How to apply - MFL Teacher - Hammersmith and Fulham, West London
If you are a confident and ambitious MFL Teacher looking for a new role teaching MFL French and Spanish from September 2019 we would like to hear from you. The school have started recruiting for this post early as they are looking to get the right candidate. Please send over your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Eve on 0207 845 5481 to discuss this further.
Alternatively, Tradewind is working with numerous other roles all over London, including other subjects. If you are interested in discussing what you are looking for and how we can help you further, please contact Tradewind now.
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