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MFL Teaching role - Sutton - July 2018

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MFL Teaching Role - Sutton
Job: French and Spanish teacher
Location: Sutton
Salary Scale: £130-220 per day depending on experience and scale
Start Date: July 2018
Contract: Permanent

Teaching Personnel are currently seeking to appoint a Modern Foreign Languages teacher for a Secondary school in the Sutton area, who will be able to teach both Spanish and French up to KS4. The successful candidate will be fully committed to the highest standards in teaching and learning and will be passionate about making a significant difference in the lives of young people.

The role is at a mixed secondary school based in Sutton. The school is looking for someone who can start from July 2018.

The primary objective of this role is to support and assist the MFL Subject Leader in providing professional leadership and management for Modern Foreign Languages, ensuring high quality in teaching and learning, achievement and engagement of students.

The school is the most improved secondary school in Hackney with progress in the top 10% nationally. The school is a diverse and vibrant school that is rapidly improving and is focused on securing excellence for all the students and staff.

The school offers a professionally stimulating and supportive working environment, with a strong commitment to professional development. The school values their staff members and they enjoy a range of rewards and benefits.

The successful candidate will:
- Be a qualified MFL teacher (ideally PGCE, GTP, B'ed, Cert Ed, BA with QTS).
- Demonstrate recent experience as an MFL teacher
- Be able to teach Spanish and French up to KS4.
- Ensure the potential of all students is fulfilled by planning and delivering stimulating and challenging lessons which meet the needs of all learners
- Maintain high expectations of students' behaviour and achievement, and to establish excellent relationships with students.
- Assist the Subject Leader with subject referrals.
- Be committed to improving practice through reflection, appropriate professional development and through being open to advice and feedback.
- Monitor and record the progress of students using Assessment for Learning strategies and in accordance with Academy assessment policies.
- Be an enthusiastic, highly motivated individual who leads by example.
- Demonstrate good communication and interpersonal skills with excellent behaviour management strategies.

If interested in applying, please send your CV today!

All applicants will require the appropriate qualification and training for this role. For teacher roles, we require a formally recognised teaching qualification. For Support staff our minimum requirement is GCSE English & Maths (A-C) or equivalent.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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