The Central Region Schools Trust (CRST) is seeking to appoint a teacher of modern foreign languages from 1st September 2023 to help and support the development of languages across the Trust. The successful candidate will be able to teach French and/or Spanish up to A Level. The post will be based at one of our secondary/high schools. (Northern Hub – Central Birmingham & Sandwell; Southern Hub – Worcestershire & Rubery)
We are ambitious for every student, no matter what their background, prior attainment or needs and are looking for people who want to be the best. You will be an excellent teacher who is willing to lead by example and will also contribute positively to wider school life. Most of all, you will be clear that education is a great leveller and work hard to help us achieve our goal of preparing every student to go to university or high-powered alternative.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Informal discussions with Samantha McMonagle (Trust School Improvement Lead) or Matthew Purslow (Trust Assistant Principal for School Improvement & Trust MFL Lead) are welcome. Please contact Sharan Kaur (Central Office Administrator) to make an appointment. Contact information can be found in the attached document.
Further information and an application form are available on the Trust’s website (Central Region Schools Trust – Founded by the RSA). The completed form should be emailed by 10.00am on Wednesday 7th December. Please see the attached document which details the email address to send application to. Interviews will take place during the week beginning Monday 12th December. However, early applications are encouraged as we reserve the right to interview earlier for this post should a suitable candidate apply.
• Mark work, give appropriate feedback and maintain records of pupils' progress and development
• Research new topic areas, maintaining up-to-date subject knowledge, and devise and write new curriculum materials
• Select and use a range of different learning resources and equipment, including podcasts and interactive whiteboards
• Prepare pupils for qualifications and external examinations
• Manage pupil behaviour in the classroom and on school premises, and apply appropriate and effective measures in cases of misbehaviour
• Undertake pastoral duties, such as taking on the role of form tutor, and supporting pupils on an individual basis through academic or personal difficulties
• Communicate with parents and carers over pupils' progress and participate in departmental meetings, parents' evenings, and whole-school training events
• Liaise with other professionals, such as learning mentors, careers advisers, educational psychologists, and education welfare officers
• Supervise and support the work of teaching assistants, trainee teachers and early career teachers (ECTs)
• Organise and participate in extracurricular activities, such as educational visits, and sporting events
• Undergo regular observations and participate in regular in-service training (INSET) as part of continuing professional learning, research & development (CPLR&D)
• Participate in Trust appraisal process