This is an exciting opportunity for a qualified, energetic and committed Teacher of French to join Bromley High Junior School.
The role will involve planning and delivering French lessons to girls from Reception to Year 5 and leading a language club to our co-curricular programme.
The core language taught from Reception to Year 6 in the Junior School is French, with taster languages in Spanish, German and Latin taught in Years 3 – 5 respectively. Senior School language specialists support the teaching of these extra languages and French in Year 6. There is a Year 6 residential trip to France in May for a week and it would be beneficial if you were able to accompany the girls.
If you have a passion for teaching languages, with a specialism in French, and the ability to communicate and engage pupils in effective and exciting learning we would be delighted to hear from you.
About Bromley High School
Bromley High School is a consistently oversubscribed, academically selective girls’ school with 900 pupils from 4-18, occupying a 25-acre parkland site in leafy Bickley, in Kent. The School enjoys an excellent reputation and in 2018 celebrated another year of outstanding academic achievement.
As part of the GDST, the UK's leading network of independent girls' schools, we can offer a variety of benefits, such as:
- Access to extensive professional development opportunities
- Training grants for qualifications
- Generous pension schemes
- Free life assurance benefit
- A discount of up to 50% on fees for children at GDST schools
- Interest free loans for training, computer purchase loans and travel season ticket loans
- A Cycle to Work scheme
- Competitive terms and conditions of employment
- Access to school multi-gym, swimming pool, yoga classes
For further details and to apply please click the apply button.
Applications must be received by 8.00am on 23rd September 2019.
Interviews will take place on 2nd October 2019.
Bromley High School and the GDST are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.