We are currently recruiting

Vacancy TitleTeacher of MFL

Hours/FTE1 FTE (full or part time)

Closing Date12 noon 16th June 2017

Interview DateWeek commencing 19th June 2017

Job details

Teacher of MFL – full or part time

Permanent, required for September 2017. Would suit either an NQT or a more experienced teacher.  Ideally Spanish to GCSE and French at KS3, although there is some flexibility.

Occupying a 33 acre site on the edge of Henley-on-Thames, we are a co-educational school with academy status and have approximately 900 pupils aged 11 – 16.

With a vibrant and happy student population, we are very proud to have recently been named as one of the best state schools in the country by the Sunday Times’ Guide for Secondary Schools (2016 87% A*-C (in English and Maths), 49% EBacc).

We are seeking a talented and creative Teacher of MFL to join our committed, dynamic and friendly team.  With passion and knowledge for your subject, you will inspire, motivate and challenge young people of all abilities to strive to be the best that they can be. In return, you’ll also be able to develop your skills and expertise, working with a school that is committed to ongoing professional development.

Gillotts aims to maximise achievement through effective and inspiring teaching, so if you share these values and would like to join this supportive and high-achieving school, we’d like to hear from you.

Visits to the school are welcomed.

For further details of this exciting opportunity to join a supportive, forward looking and friendly team in a highly successful, happy and popular school, please email applications@gillotts.org.uk or visit our website for an application form. Please note we do not accept unaccompanied CVs. We will only consider a CV as supplementary to a fully completed application form.

Applicant pack – MFL full or part time – June 17

Gillotts Teaching Staff Application – Nov 14

How to find us

Gillotts School
Gillotts Lane

01491 574315

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