MFL Teacher

Southwark, London
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Date Posted:03 Mar 2020
  1. Secondary Teacher
Competitive
  1. Long-term

MFL Teacher

Southwark, London
Tradewind are recruiting! Are you looking for you next role teaching French & Spanish in Southwark?

Our client is a small, mixed comprehensive school for pupils aged 11-16. Rated 'Good' by Ofsted in 2017 and have a strong sense of community and a vision. Their values of aspiration, integrity, exploration and resilience are embedded in our school ethos. They are extremely passionate about ensuring that students meet the challenging targets that they set for them and this client strive to be outstanding and innovative practitioners themselves.
We are looking to recruit and MFL Teacher who can teach both French and Spanish (mostly French). The successful candidate will be able to show the motivation and commitment required to achieve ambitious targets for the pupils they teach and be dedicated to providing a holistic education for our pupils.

Tradewind welcome applications from newly qualified Teachers as well as more experienced Teachers. In choosing successful candidates, the panel will be seeking outstanding classroom teachers with the ability to embrace and deliver the vision of the Trust.
This client will offer competitive inner London salaries on their own pay scale, and reward great teachers with a performance related pay scheme.

All staff receive laptops and an annual entitlement to high quality CPD, along with the opportunity to take flexible days off when needed.
They also operate a subsidised health care scheme for those who wish to participate, and other work-related benefits such as cycle to work and childcare voucher schemes.

If you are seeking a new rewarding new position, then please register your interested today or contact me personally Leanne.king@twrecruitment.com for further details.

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