French Teacher Required
Location: South East Kent
Salary: £90-£200 per day
Start Date: Immediately
Contract: Part and Full Time
A reputed school in South East Kent is looking to hire a qualified individual to teach French from Key Stage 3 – GCSE students. There is both a part-time and full-time teaching vacancy available at the same school.
* The school bears a strong tradition of producing excellent results and supports students to succeed in whatever field they choose
* OFSTED reports on the school are ‘Good’ in all spheres, commenting on the commitment to continuous improvement of the school
* Students play the role of decision-makers through a range of forums and projects
* Students are encouraged to become good citizens inside and outside the classroom
* The school has strong policies and management making it easier to transition for newcomers
The applicant is required to have the following requirements:
* Ideally hold a valid teaching qualification or UK equivalent namely a: PGCE, B.Ed. with QTS
* An MFL Graduate who specialized in French, provided you have some experience teaching or tutoring French over the last 2 years which can be referenced
* Must be passionate about teaching and delivering the curriculum but also genuinely concerned about making a difference to their students
* A strong communicator with a good command of their subject and in possession of good behaviour management skills
* Possess an Up To Date enhanced DBS or be willing to apply for a new one through GSL Education
At GSL education, we are dedicated 24/7 to find the best placements for deserving candidates whether you are a veteran or new to the profession. GSL is also an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all members of the community. If you would like to seize this opportunity to really contribute to the learning and nurturing of MFL among the younger generation, please send your CV to GSL Education ASAP!
Salary: £90 – £200/day
Job Type: Permanent, Contract, Temporary, Part Time
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