We are looking to make an appointment from December 2017 or January 2018 (subject to the availability of the successful candidate) of a dynamic teacher of Modern Foreign Languages (Spanish with French) as maternity cover to role model high quality learning and teaching and to maximise the achievement of students. We believe this is an exciting opportunity for a newly-qualified or experienced teacher to join our successful, high-performing and friendly Modern Foreign Languages Department. Are you the sort of teacher who can make a significant difference to students’ lives and actively contribute to moving our happy and successful school further forward?
Applications are invited from suitably-qualified, experienced and enthusiastic teachers to teach Spanish across Key Stage 3, 4 and 5 and French to Key Stage 3.
If you are interested in applying for this post, please complete the application form that you will find on the School’s website (www.highamlaneschool.co.uk) and email it to email@example.com.
If you would like to speak to a member of staff for further information about this post, please contact Natacha Finley, Subject Leader for Modern Foreign Languages on 024 7638 8123.
Closing Date for Applications: midday, Tuesday 21st November 2017. It is an essential requirement that an application form is completed - CVs alone will not be accepted.
Higham Lane School is a high-performing 11-18 comprehensive academy with approximately 1390 students on roll, based on an attractive site in the north east of Nuneaton on the Warwickshire-Leicestershire border. Our school is very popular and well regarded; it is heavily over-subscribed at entry. Our students have the benefits of working in a school that has a happy, caring and purposeful environment. The School’s mission is: “Helping learners succeed” and our students are encouraged to do their very best in every aspect of their lives and to reach the highest standards. We have received a personal letter from the Minister of State for Schools, to congratulate us for the “excellent performance of our pupils”. The letter recognised that “the School is one of the top 100 performing non-selective state funded schools in England”.