Teacher of Mandarin
Part time (0.2/0.3 fte)
Required from September 2018
We are seeking a well-qualified, enthusiastic and able graduate to teach Mandarin at Eltham College Junior School. Experienced and newly qualified teachers are welcome to apply.
Mandarin has been part of the Junior School curriculum for more than 10 years. Further to a recent review, from September 2018 timetabled lessons will be focussed on Years 5 and 6 and the preparation for transition to Senior School. The co-curricular provision has been popular and is a key area for the future. There are opportunities for the post holder to develop this across all year groups.
A highly competitive salary is available, together with a clear programme of staff development and opportunities for promotion.
Eltham College is an academically outstanding school situated just 15 minutes from both central London by train, and from the M25 and the Kent countryside by car.
Closing date: midday on Wednesday 2 May 2018
Suitable candidates may be interviewed before the closing date and Eltham College reserves the right to withdraw the position if an early appointment is made.
Eltham College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants undergo enhanced child protection screening relevant to the post, including checks with past employers and the DBS.
About Eltham College
Eltham College is an academically outstanding independent day school situated just 15 minutes from both central London by train, and from the M25 and the Kent countryside by car.
The school aims to provide a broad and balanced education for boys aged 7 to 18, and to the girls who join the Sixth Form. It is regularly found amongst the leading academic schools in the country and boasts many county and national players in a range of sports. The co-curricular programme is wide and diverse.
The school has a distinctive character, born out of its Christian heritage, and continues to focus on the care of the individual. Strong pastoral care and a relaxed and unpretentious atmosphere make the school a happy and vibrant place.
There is an ambitious programme of development and expansion as well as a strong emphasis on staff development. Many staff choose to stay; but equally others are prepared and trained for future promotion in leading HMC schools.
For more information, visit our TES Careers page or our website at www.elthamcollege.london