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Assistant Curriculum Leader - MFL

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Eaton Bank Academy

Congleton, Cheshire

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Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
1 September 2018
Apply by:
26 February 2018

Job description

Assistant Curriculum Leader Modern Foreign Languages 

(& TLR2A £2612 p.a.) Full Time, Permanent  Required from: 1 September 2018

The role: We are looking for a dynamic, determined and forward thinking leader to join a growing and ambitious MFL department. The MFL department is part of a thriving, driven and highly successful English and MFL Faculty.   The successful candidate must possess a passion for their subject, be an outstanding classroom practitioner with excellent subject knowledge and a relentless desire to raise expectations and attainment for all students. The ability to teach one or more of the following languages to GCSE and A Level standard is essential: Spanish, German or French.   

We are also seeking a Classroom Teacher of MFL - please see our website for further details.

Eaton Bank Academy is a successful and growing secondary school, serving the community of Congleton, Cheshire. Academic standards are rigorous and the school has a successful Sixth Form, providing outstanding facilities for our post-16 students.

Eaton Bank Academy provides a comprehensive support and induction programme for new staff within an open, consultative culture. We provide excellent CPD opportunities.

What Ofsted says about Eaton Bank Academy:   "This is a good school with outstanding features including behaviour of pupils and leadership and management."  “Expectations and aspirations for all students is very high”   “Staff provide excellent support for students, care deeply about them and are good role models”.

To find out more about the school and all vacancies, please visit www.eatonbankacademy.org.

Full details of Assistant Curriculum Leader vacancy and the Teacher of MFL vacancy and an application form (2 sections) should be downloaded from the following link:  http://www.eatonbankacademy.org/about/about-eaton-bank/employment-opportunities/


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Located in the town of Congleton, Cheshire, Eaton Bank Academy is a co-educational secondary school. With around 750 pupils aged 11-18, Eaton Bank Academy is smaller than the average school of its type, with the sixth form being responsible for around 120 of these. Eaton Academy was only founded in the year 2000, following a re-organisation of a number of other local schools. In 2012, the school converted to an academy, but is not part of any multi-academy trust. Owing to its relatively recent founding, the school can boast of a wide range of modern sports facilities, including tennis courts, a gymnasium and a fully equipped sports hall. 


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Values and Vision

Eaton Bank Academy maintains a close working relationship with parents, in order to ensure that they are properly able to guide their child’s learning and give them support outside of school. As for the students themselves, Eaton Bank Academy encourages them to have high expectations of both themselves and their school, and to guide their own learning. This is intended to best prepare them for life in the world of work, and to this end the school also works hard to offer a wide variety of both vocational and academic subject at Key Stage 4 and sixth form. 


“The quality of teaching has improved rapidly since the last inspection and is now consistently good across a wide range of subjects. Teachers have high expectations of students, and students themselves demonstrate sustained engagement in their learning. They make good progress.”

The full report into Eaton Bank Academy can be found here.

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