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Teacher of Languages - Spanish (Maternity Cover)

Maternity cover position from September 2022
Part time contract 0.4 – 0.6

Do you have a passion for learning and strive to be an outstanding classroom practitioner?
Do you create engaging and challenging experiences for your students?
Do you have an excellent track-record of inspiring students to reach beyond their potential?
Do you want to join a supportive and enthusiastic team striving to build upon their strengths?
Do you want to join a heavily oversubscribed school in Cheshire with an excellent reputation?
Do you want to join a large school that supports the professional development of their staff?

If you are excited by your answers to these questions, then you may be our next teacher to join our
Languages team.
We are seeking to appoint a well-qualified and dynamic teacher of Spanish from September 2022.
Teaching across Key Stage 3, you should be enthusiastic and engaging in the classroom, with a positive, organised and resilient approach. You will be a key component in the success of languages in the school.
We are a large and ambitious department that continues to offer three languages (French, German and Spanish) across Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. You will have access to a range of excellent facilities, and work closely with knowledgeable, innovative and experienced practitioners, who will support you extensively in your role.
The post would be suitable for an NQT or experienced teacher.
                                             Closing date for applications is: 9am Tuesday 17th May 2022

Our school community places the highest priority on keeping our children safe. Applicants for all posts will be subject to stringent vetting and induction processes.
The holder of these posts will be required to work with children under the age of 18 in a position of trust and is therefore exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. The successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

Applications should be returned FAO Mr K Simpson to