French Teacher, Full-Time
At Ysgol Gyfun Heolddu we are proud to be a warm, welcoming school that has high expectations of all learners in our community. Staff, students, parents and partners work closely together towards our mission statement ‘Achieving Excellence Together’.
Estyn 2018 found that Heolddu “is a caring learning community that promotes inclusivity and wellbeing successfully” and that our pupils are “courteous and respectful towards staff, visitors and fellow pupils. They behave well, arrive promptly to lessons and demonstrate positive attitudes to learning. Pupils are proud to belong to the Heolddu school community”.
In 2019, we achieved our best ever GCSE and A Level results, performing above family, LA and Wales averages in all key performance indicators at KS4.
As part of the education sector’s commitment to safeguarding and promoting welfare of children and young people, it is expected that all staff undergo appropriate enhanced DBS checks (formerly known as a CRB check). The Local Authority will pay for this prior to the applicant starting.
Employment will be subject to satisfactory documentary evidence of registration, and continuing registration. It is your responsibility to ensure you register and continue to register as part of your terms and conditions of employment.
This is a rare opportunity to join our fantastic, high-achieving and caring team. We are looking to appoint a dynamic, committed and outstanding teacher of French to deliver at Key Stage 3 and 4, with the opportunity to teach at Key Stage 5 in the longer term. The post holder would also be expected to offer an additional subject in the Language, Literacy and Communication AOLE, eg. Welsh and/or English.
Salary & Benefits
Heolddu Comprehensive School
Deadline and how to apply
The closing date for applications is: 4pm Thursday 19th May 2022. Interviews will take place during the following week.
Any queries should be directed to the Headteacher’s PA, Miss L Harris.
Heolddu Comprehensive School 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.
Job reference: 1235163