at Chalk Education
Location Buckley, United Kingdom
Date Posted October 24, 2022
Category Secondary
Job Type Full-time
Work Hours 8:30-3:30

Job Description

Are you an education professional who can teach Modern Foreign Languages ?


Do you have experience of supporting students with additional learning needs?


Job Description

Chalk is currently recruiting for a qualified French Teacher to work in a long-term position for a school in Flintshire. As a French Teacher you will be teaching classes of key stage 3 and key stage 4 students. You will have an opportunity to work with a dynamic team who deliver outstanding provision through engaging, challenging lessons and exciting enrichment opportunities. You need to be determined to support young people in becoming highly successful learners, have a passion for Teaching and Learning and be committed to making a difference to young people. In return, you will get to work in an exciting and supportive school.


Hours of work Monday to Friday 8:30-3:30, Starts asap. Pays £140 minimal depending on experience.


To be considered for this role you will need:

  • MLF Teacher with QTS
  • A minimum of 1 years teaching French up to KS4
  • Experience of supporting students with additional learning needs.
  • Flexible and adaptable approach to work and deal with unpredictable challenges
  • Creative approach to organising activities and engaging groups of children
  • Be able to differentiate lessons for children with additional needs



Additional requirements:

  • References confirming suitability for role
  • Enhanced DBS certificate registered on the update service or willing to apply
  • EWC registration or willing to apply
  • Eligibility to work in the UK



  • Support from dedicated and knowledgeable specialist consultants
  • Continual professional development through online training
  • Competitive pay rates related to your experience
  • Opportunities within a range of schools and provisions
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