TEACHER OF GERMAN / FRENCH
Main pay range (£26,662 - £37,645)
Upper pay range (£39,519 - £42,498)
Required for September 2018
We are one of the top performing grammar schools in the South East based in the London suburb of Sidcup. A heavily oversubscribed mixed selective grammar school where students excel with many going on to Oxbridge or other Russell Group universities. Our students are bright, motivated and enthusiastic.
We require an enthusiastic and well-qualified graduate to teach in the Modern and Classical Languages Faculty. The person appointed must be able to teach German to KS5 and there is also an expectation that they will contribute to French and German teaching up to KS4.
Modern Foreign Languages are very popular and well-established in the school. The Faculty is well resourced, and staffed by established and experienced colleagues. All pupils study at least one language at KS4 and languages are a popular option at KS5.
This is an exciting opportunity for an NQT or experienced teacher who would be willing to contribute to the extra-curricular life of the school, in particular a rich programme of out of class activities.
In return, we can offer you:
· Enthusiastic, able and well-behaved students
· Modern teaching environment
· Competitive pay and pension scheme
· An Investors in People employer
· Tailored induction programme
· Bluesky professional development scheme with the possibility of funding for additional qualifications.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Offers of employment are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure and other employment checks.
We reserve the right to interview/appoint before the closing date.
Further details are available either from the school website www.csgrammar.com (Vacancies) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please complete your application form via www.TES.com. CVs will not be accepted.
Closing date for applications: 21st February 2018
Interview: week of the 26th February 2018