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Part-time Infant French Teacher

Location:
St Andrews School Rochester
Salary Details:
St Andrews teacher pay scale
Closing Date:
24 Mar 2019
About the role

Have you ever thought about teaching French at an Independent School?

We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and inspirational teacher of French to join St. Andrew's School in September 2019.  This is a part-time position, one day per week (ideally a Wednesday). This is a permanent position. The successful candidate will teach French to our Infant pupils, from Reception to Year 2.    

If you have a passion for teaching MFL and would like to join a friendly team who are dedicated to providing a stimulating environment in which children can learn, then this could be a position for you.

We are looking for someone who will:-

  • Be creative, dedicated, enthusiastic
  • Have high expectations of both academic achievement and behaviour
  • Support our wonderful traditions as well as sharing our exciting vision for the future.
  • Be active in developing positive relationships with all parents
  • Be capable of delivering outstanding lessons
  • Be a team player within a happy, hard-working staff

We can offer:-

  • Pupils who are polite, confident and keen to do their best
  • Small Class Sizes
  • Excellent opportunities for continuing professional development
  • Exceptional support from the SLT and colleagues
  • Free lunches

If you would like to visit the school for a tour please contact the School Office on 01634 843479 to arrange a visit.

 

Interview date – Thursday 28th March 2019

Please complete your application by midnight, on Sunday 24th March 2019.

 

St. Andrew’s School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.  Successful applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS Check)

About the organisation
St Andrew's in Rochester, Kent, is a co-educational non-selective school for children from 3 to 11. It was founded in 1951 with clear and simple aims: to offer an affordable education with the emphasis on the ‘three Rs’ – reading, writing and arithmetic – and to promote traditional values.