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Modern Foreign Language Teacher

Sapientia Education Trust

Old Buckenham , NR17 1RL

Job Description

Old Buckenham High School is located in the beautiful and historic village of Old Buckenham in Norfolk. Our school benefits from being within a stunning, rural setting; with a drive and focus on ensuring our students are provided with every opportunity to become successful members of society.

We pride ourselves on the experiences we offer beyond the classroom, including a wide range of lunchtime and after school clubs and events, where academic performance and personal development go hand in hand. Our academic and personal development curriculum is designed to equip our students with the skills and ‘habits’ necessary to become confident, resilient and ambitious learners and leaders. We are a strong community school in which mutual respect, tolerance and cooperation
is at the heart of our values. The relationship between staff and students is a key strength and we will support, nurture and encourage our students throughout their learning journey with us. We take the wellbeing of our staff seriously and have a collaborative and supportive approach; working together to ensure the best for our students.

Old Buckenham High School is a member of the Sapientia Education Trust (SET). SET is an expanding multi-academy trust with 10 primary and 7 secondary schools. We are looking for a hard-working and enthusiastic person with high standards and the ability to communicate and interact effectively with others as part of our school as a Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages. You will have a clear focus and understanding of what makes high quality teaching and learning and provide excellent outcomes for students. You will have the ability to teach French at KS3 and KS4 and the ability to teach
Spanish or German at both Key Stages.

Old Buckenham High School JD Teacher of MFL September 2024:
The first six months of employment shall be a probationary period and employment may be terminated by the Trust during this period at any time on one week’s prior written notice. The Trust may, at its absolute discretion, extend this period for up to a further six months. During this probationary period, performance and suitability for continued employment will be monitored.


£30,000- £41,333 FTE


52 full weeks, full-time

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