Subject Lead for MFL Wrenn School, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire

Job description

This role is essential to drive progress and build capacity within the Faculty including developing the curriculum and associated high quality schemes of learning, and ensuring good and better teaching to achieve the best possible outcomes for all students.

The successful candidate should have excellent interpersonal skills and show an understanding on ‘how students learn’.

Your well-being and professional development in order to enhance your career is a priority for us. We offer a mentoring programme, annual career stage interviews, bespoke CPD training, supportive action research projects, staff rewards and support for family events” We have a flexible approach to interviews and can offer a range of dates and times suitable to the candidate. We also encourage potential candidates who are interested in applying to give us a call to arrange a visit or chat to one of our Senior Leaders.

Essential educational requirements

Experience of raising attainment in a challenging classroom environment

Experience of reflecting on and improving teaching practice to increase student achievement

Evidence of continually improving the teaching and learning of their subject through schemes of work and extra-curricular activities

Essential qualifications

Qualified to degree level or above.
Qualified teacher
Preferred French or Spanish Specialism

Essential skills and experience

Excellent classroom teacher with the ability to reflect on lessons and continually improve their own practice.

Effective and systematic behaviour management, with clear boundaries, sanctions, praise and rewards

Thinks strategically about classroom practice and tailoring lessons to student needs.

Understands and interprets complex student data to drive lesson planning and student attainment
Good communication, planning and organisational skills

Demonstrates resilience, motivation and commitment to driving up standards of achievement

Employee benefits

CPD
Cycle to Work
Induction programme
Wellbeing programme
Career Stage Interviews
Action Research Projects
Staff Rewards
Support for family events


About Wrenn School

Your well-being and professional development in order to enhance your career is a priority for us. We offer a mentoring programme, annual career stage interviews, bespoke CPD training, supportive action research projects, staff rewards and support for family events. We have a flexible approach to interviews and can offer a range of dates and times suitable to the candidate. We also encourage potential candidates who are interested in applying to give us a call to arrange a visit or chat to one of our Senior Leaders. Wrenn School was awarded SCHOOL OF THE YEAR 2018 (Northampton Education Awards) and has the ambition, the expertise and the determination to ensure that our outcomes will continue to improve beyond our current P8 score of +0.19. To do this, it is vital that we attract the right calibre of professional to work alongside our dedicated team of staff. We are looking for a colleague who shares the clear vision that the child is at the heart of everything we do, who can enjoy positive, professional relationships with young people and who demonstrates high levels of resilience and emotional intelligence. Your career and development as a teacher is important to us and every member of staff receives an Individual Professional Development Programme. We empower staff to take ownership of their career progression and we invest significantly in training, outreach work and research projects linked to the needs of our students and the school. The successful candidate will be joining our family at an exciting time where we aim to be recognised as a top 10% school in the UK by 2021. We believe that every student is entitled to an outstanding education where they have excellent opportunities to achieve beyond their potential. We have a traditional ethos called ‘Proud to be Wrenn’ underpinning our School and strive to develop the aspirations and values of every student and member of staff. Situated on the outskirts of the town of Wellingborough, Wrenn is a popular School with dynamic, inspirational and caring staff. Expectations are high, Wrenn demands high standards and aspirations from students and staff alike, with an excellent programme of CPD support that will support and develop your career at Wrenn.

Address
London Road, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, NN8 2DQ
Phase
Secondary
Type
Academy
Website
Wrenn School website (opens in a new window)