- Job role
Suitable for early career teachers
- Working pattern
- Full time
- Contract type
TEACHER OF MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES
French/German/Spanish – a combination of two
Location: Charlton School
Contract type: Full time
Contract term: Permanent
Charlton is a successful, forward-thinking 11-16 comprehensive school, with 1,173 students currently on roll. Located in the town of Wellington, Shropshire, the School enjoys a semi-rural location, attracting students from neighbouring villages as well as from areas of Telford.
Wellington is a thriving market town, rapidly improving facilities and new housing being built nearby the school. From its central position, Wellington is easily reached by rail and has a large train station in the town. It is close to Shrewsbury and the famous Ironbridge, which is an area of local beauty and historical interest and one of the best in Shropshire.
To support us with our future development and our desire to rapidly be classified by Ofsted as a good school again, we converted to an academy within a select MAT. We will work in partnership towards a shared vision that places students’ learning, environments and local communities at the centre of our approach.
We are offering an exciting opportunity for a specialist teacher of German / French and/or Spanish to join our forward thinking MFL department. We are looking for an inspiring teacher who can enthuse students about languages and help them to understand the enjoyment and benefits that learning about other languages and cultures can bring.
You will work closely with the MFL team and Curriculum Leader to continue developing a new, broad, balanced and relevant curriculum which will allow students to feel they can succeed at languages and enjoy their learning journey along the way.
The MFL department at Charlton are creative, supportive and reflective practitioners with excellent team spirit. The sharing of best practice is key to this, as is hard work and ambition to achieve the very best results for our students.
If you have a passion for teaching, and languages, we would love to hear from you!
The position will start November 2021. Our school is an equal opportunity employer, so we are committed to the safeguarding and protection of children and individuals. This post is subject to a DBS Enhanced Disclosure.
Applications welcome from NQTs.
Closing date for applications: Friday 15th October 2021
Interviews: w/c Monday 18th October 2021
Application forms and further information is available from the school website www.charlton.uk.com . Alternatively, you may contact Cathy McGilvery firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01952 386806.
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
- School size
- 1144 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
About Charlton School
Charlton is a successful and popular 11-16 comprehensive school. We are well established and respected in our local community, with a consistent record of high standards. This is attributed to good examination results and acknowledges our caring and supportive values-based culture. We are a truly comprehensive school, admitting children from over 20 primary schools, with students’ prior attainment at KS2 broadly in line with National Average, with a slight bias towards higher ability range.
At Charlton, we take pride in students’ progress. We nurture happy, healthy young people who have the knowledge, academic achievement, and strength of character to lead safe and successful lives in modern Britain, preparing them for their next steps in education or employment with a thirst for lifelong learning. Our curriculum is broad, rich, and matched to individuals’ needs.
We are committed to delivering a broad, balanced and knowledge rich curriculum enabling students to achieve their best and ensuring they are well equipped for the future. Our curriculum plans for the needs of all learners, as they progress through their five years in our care, providing opportunities for enrichment to develop wider aspects of learning. We aim for all our students to enjoy school, excel in their studies, and attain outstanding outcomes.
We see each student as an individual and encourage them to build their unique character through our personal development programme. Our curriculum is enhanced by a wide range of sustained enrichment opportunities, enabling students to discover and nurture their talents and interests.