2nd in Department -MFL

Full Time Permanent
  • Closing date: 20 May 2024
  • Suitable for ECT/NQTs: No
  • Full Time
  • Permanent
  • Bury Old Road, Prestwich, Manchester, M25 1JH
  • MPS-UPS +TLR2a
  • Salford
  • St Teresa of Calcutta Multi Academy Trust
  • Start date: September 2024
Website stmonicas
Catholic Multi Academy Trust / Phase: Secondary with sixth form / Role: Teaching / Lecturing
St Monica's RC High School

Post Title: 2nd in Department – MFL

Responsible to: Head of Department

Salary: MPS1 – UPS3 + TLR2a

Starting September 2024

St Monica’s RC High School are currently seeking a 2nd in Department – MFL. This is an exciting opportunity to join the Trust at the beginning of a journey of transition, development, and growth within the multi-academy trust.

Role Purpose: All classroom teachers both in their role as subject(s) teacher and form tutor will contribute to the curriculum and year teams in supporting the school’s mission statement and achieving its aims. As a professional within a Catholic School, will be expected to enhance the life of the school by delivering and developing high quality teaching and learning, contributing to the work of the teams of teaching and support staff, being reflective about your own practice and effectiveness: sharing with, and learning from the work of others, and constantly seeking ways to improve through innovation and research.

In addition to the role of classroom teacher and form tutor, the role of Deputy Curriculum Leader is to assist the Curriculum Leader in raising standards of student attainment and achievement within the curriculum area in line with national and school policies/priorities.

This will include leading, developing and managing the quality of teaching; monitoring and supporting student progress to raise standards in the quality of learning and making strategic evaluations of teaching, learning, personnel, finance and premises issues in the curriculum area of responsibility.

We will offer you, the systems, and structures of the school to ensure good order and the health and safety of pupils and students. An agreed system of performance management operates throughout the school and all colleagues are encouraged to further their own skills through continuous professional development.

The successful candidate will be:

  • an exceptional practitioner with strong subject knowledge and experience of raising achievement across the age and ability range.
  • highly motivated by a belief that the life chances of all young people can be improved.
  • is a well-qualified, industrious, and talented team player who believes in lifelong learning and can help pupils develop the skills and attitudes they will need in their future lives.
  • possesses the talent, interpersonal skills, and range of pedagogical approaches necessary to contribute to the overall success of the staff and team.
  • can demonstrate a strong track record of positive impact to date.
  • is mentally tough and embraces challenges.

The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to enhanced DBS checks and satisfactory references, including your suitability to work with students. Applications will only be considered from individual applicants on our standard application form, and not via CV alone or agencies.

For further information or to arrange a School visit please email reception@stmonicas.stoccat.org.uk

To apply for this job please visit: www.stmonicas.stoccat.org.uk.

Please mention catholicrecruitment.co.uk when applying.

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