Are you a MFL Teacher who specialises in both French and Spanish?
Do you have the confidence and subject knowledge to teach both subjects to both GCSE and A-Level students?
Would you like to work in a secondary school that is renowned for its academic achievement and within a department that boasts some of the best results throughout the school?
This is a permanent opportunity for Easter 2018, and is open to both experienced teachers and NQTs.
***MFL Teacher – French & Spanish KS5
***High Achieving, outstanding graded School
***Haringey, North London
***MPS/UPS Inner London
***Starting Easter 2018
***95% of students gained 5 A*-C GCSEs last year, including Maths & English
***Popular department with its own impressive exam results (100% pass A-C)
***Many Students Oxbridge/ Russell group University bound
This is a high achieving school which has been graded ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. With excellent commuting links, this school can be accessed by most parts of London in minimal time. Nestled in a prime central location, this school really is in an enviable location, and really offers a great opportunity for an MFL Teacher wanting that fast-paced inner-city life.
The MFL department is a popular choice amongst students at GCSE and A-Level and is growing year on year. There are currently 5 other MFL teachers within the department who are well supported by a passionate Head of Department. The Head of MFL has a clear vision and direction in which they lead, and this is followed by his peers with outstanding results.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced MFL Teacher with excellent references, and a track record of raising attainment via inspirational lessons. If you are a MFL Teacher who can confidently teach French and Spanish to KS5, and you have the ability to inspire students, many of whom are Oxbridge bound, this school would love to hear from you.
Interested? If you would like to apply for this amazing MFL teacher job, and you have the skill set to really inspire high demanding students, please email a CV and covering letter to Richard Pentecost at EduStaff!