Teacher of French and Spanish
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Closed for applications on 23/01/2020 23:59
MPS/UPS £24373 - £40490
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Schools - Teaching
Cardinal Hume Catholic School
Our values are summed up in our school motto: ‘Fide, Labore, Caritate’, and all members of our school community live out these values – faith, hard work and kindness – every day, making Cardinal Hume a very special community to work in for our staff, and to be educated in for our students.
11-18 Multi-Academy Trust
Graded ‘Outstanding’ in all areas (Ofsted 2014, Diocese 2019)
77% 9-4 in Maths and English (2019)
53% 9-5 in Maths and English (2019)
40% English Baccalaureate (2019)
Progress 8: +0.3
76% A*-C GCE A Level (2019)
Cardinal Hume Catholic School was graded ‘Outstanding’ in 2008 and 2014. We spearhead the Trinity North East Multi-Academy Trust and Teaching Alliance. Thus, there are a number exciting opportunities for CPD and collaborative work across a number of schools. Furthermore, a comprehensive and bespoke support and induction programme is provided for all newly appointed and newly qualified teachers.
We wish to appoint a dynamic, well qualified, and highly effective teacher, to the position of Teacher of French and Spanish. The ability to teach to A Level in at least one of the subjects and to GCSE in both languages is essential.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop within an established and supportive team of colleagues, and will have the benefit of working in our modern and well-resourced suite of dedicated classrooms and work areas. Results in MFL, across the Key Stages, are outstanding.
The Academy is committed to safeguarding. If successful you will be required to apply for an enhanced Disclosure. Applications from non-Catholics are welcome.
Applications from newly-qualified teachers are welcome.
For further details and an application pack, please go to www.cardinalhume.com/vacancies. Alternatively, please contact Mrs Bev Davies on 0191 487 7638.
This job is closed for applications.