Salary: Outer London
Hours: Full Time, Permanent
Start date: September 2018
NQT's Considered: Yes
Townley Grammar School is a multicultural girls’ selective school with specialism in Mathematics and Computing with Performing and Visual Arts.
We are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified teacher of German or Spanish to Key Stage 5. Ability to teach any other language (French, German or Spanish) to Key Stage 3 essential.
Rated as Outstanding by OFSTED in November 2015, key findings include:
- Teaching is outstanding. Teachers are passionate about their subjects, have high expectations and excellent subject knowledge. They support the leadership of the academy in its ambitious vision of success and the very best for all pupils.
- The Headteacher and senior leaders are relentless in their drive for the very best outcomes for pupils at the academy.
- Pupils behave exceptionally well in lessons and around the academy site. They are polite and engaging. They fully appreciate what the academy offers them and have excellent attitudes to learning.
We are looking for an ambitious and inspirational teacher of MFL German or Spanish to join a well-resourced, highly skilled and successful MFL cluster. We have developing international links, and languages have a vital link to other subjects across the school.
Successful applicant must be able to teach any of the other modern languages studied at this school (French, German and Spanish) to Key Stage 3.
We offer a full and robust induction programme for all new members of staff as part of the school’s Staff Development Programme with further support for staff new to the teaching profession. We encourage professional development across the school including opportunities to share ideas for improving teaching and learning.
Closing date: Monday 21st May 2018.
Candidates are encouraged to apply immediately as interview will be held as soon as suitable application is received.
Proposed interview dates are Thursday 17th May 2018 and possibly Thursday 24th May 2018 if required
The school is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.