- Job role
Suitable for early career teachers
- French, Spanish
- Working pattern
- Will consider full time, part time
- Contract type
- Main Pay Scale £25,714 - £36,961
We are seeking a well-qualified and enthusiastic practitioner to teach Spanish and French. The successful candidate will be able to teach Spanish to GCSE and French to at least KS3 across the ability range. This post could be either full time or part time (at 80% of full time), permanent or temporary until July 2022.
The school has an international outlook and has held the International School Award for many years. There are active partnerships with schools in India, The Gambia and China and the school introduced the Mandarin Excellence Programme in September 2021. Many staff across the school have benefited from visiting and working with our partner schools through the British Council’s ‘Connecting Classrooms’ programme.
Standards of teaching and learning are excellent in the Languages Faculty with the majority of students studying a language in Key Stage 4.
Closing Date: noon on Tuesday 19 October 2021
Interview Date: Friday 22 October 2021
This job post has expired.
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
- School size
- 1432 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
About The Mountbatten School
The Mountbatten School is an 11-16 co-educational, non-denominational school, founded in 1969 by Earl of Burma. The school has a wealth of outstanding features which have been recognised in excellent Ofsted reports and a host of other national awards. The school is recognised for its very high quality teaching and academic achievement combined with strong commitment to student welfare and to assiduous monitoring of each student’s progress. Students are exceptionally well-behaved with politeness and common courtesies being highly valued and practised by nearly all of our students. Our primary objectives are excellence, fellowship, co-operation, and the development of students as independent, responsible, and involved members of the larger world community.