Teacher of MFL (Spanish and French)
Pay Scale: Main Pay Scale / UPS (Applications from ECTs welcome)
To start: September 2023
Flexible working applications will be considered
Thank you for your interest in the role of Teacher of Languages (Spanish and French) at The Dean Academy. This exciting opportunity has arisen because of the rapid expansion of our school community and we are looking for an ambitious and positive individual to join our MFL faculty. The Dean Academy is a Good school with experienced staff and an ambitious Senior Leadership Team. You will receive exceptional CPD and be part of a supportive team, working collaboratively shaping the curriculum our students receive. The successful candidate will be responsible for the planning, teaching and assessment of classes throughout Key Stages Three and Four and will work closely with our Subject Lead to ensure that the high expectations around teaching and learning continue to be met.
Our MFL Department is a highly active and rapidly improving part of school life, teaching French and Spanish to all Key Stage Three students and both options at GCSE. Rapid development, including an aspirational extra-curricular programme called ‘Limitless Languages’, creates a challenging and engaging curriculum that equips students with the vital skills and knowledge needed to become international citizens who lead positive change and progress throughout the global community.
The Dean Academy is an 11-16 school with approximately 700 students on roll in Lydney, in the beautiful Forest of Dean. As a small, local and fully comprehensive school, The Dean Academy is part of the highly successful Athelstan Trust. We are a school who have been on an incredible journey of rapid improvement and were judged as “good in all areas” in September 2021 leading to the school growing quickly. The successful candidate will share the drive and ambition of our dedicated staff and will be keen to deliver exceptional education in a “school where students thrive” (Ofsted, 2021).
The Dean Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.