We at New Directions are currently recruiting MFL specialist teachers who are available at various stages during the academic year.
Our dedicated Secondary Consultant has formed strong and trustworthy relationships with schools across Cheshire West, Chester and the Wirral. Through this trust we have developed established routes towards working with these schools in a variety of different manners.
What will I have to do?
Our secondary schools require teachers at various times in the academic year and for varying durations of time; both part and full time. The languages and key stages taught across the MFL curriculum range from French, German and Spanish; between key stages 3 to 5.
Due to the nature of the work, it is important you can engage students, have a sense of humour as well as a strong classroom presence, with excellent classroom and strong behaviour management skills.
Due to the variety of bookings available you are able to work on a schedule that best suits you and your needs. The beauty of this work is the flexibility to work when it suits you.
What qualifications or experience do I need?
This position of cover supervisor would suit someone who enjoys varying challenges across a wide range of settings and from varying demographic areas. The position would suit the following:
What do New Directions Education provide me with?
If this or a similar role interests you, please get in touch for more information and to arrange a simple and pain free registration process.
The main languages taught by Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) Teachers include French, German, and Spanish. Other languages taught include Italian, Russian, Mandarin, Japanese, Urdu and Bengali. There’s a shortage of teachers available in these priority subjects and a high demand for high-calibre talent to take on the challenge.
Experienced Teachers looking for work are encouraged to register as soon as possible. If you are an NQT looking for a job as an MFL, we can offer you variation, regular work and guidance to get your teaching career off to a great start.
As a Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) Teacher you’ll be expected to: