Head of Department - MFL

Company:  GSL Education - Kent
Location: Gillingham
Hours: Full Time
Type: Permanent
Job Requirements / Description
Head of Department - MFL Salary: Competitive  Location: Gillingham Start Date: September 2024 Contract: Full-time   Are you a visionary leader ready to shape the future of language education? GSL Education Kent are actively seeking a highly skilled Head of Department to lead the MFL department at a prestigious school in Gillingham.   As the Head of MFL Department, you will play a pivotal role in ensuring a continuous and enriching linguistic journey for students from their starting point in year 7, guiding them through to mastery at GCSE and beyond. You will lead a growing team of language teachers, fostering excellence in language acquisition and cultural understanding.   The ideal candidate for the Head of MFL Department role will: Have knowledge and understanding of second language acquisition to help all students succeed. Be a highly effective teacher with an exceptional understanding of curriculum design. Be supportive of others, and openly shares best practice. Embrace a forward-thinking approach to both curriculum intent and implementation, providing carefully sequenced high-quality learning experiences for students.  In return for your leadership and commitment, you will receive a competitive salary, ongoing professional development opportunities, and the chance to lead a thriving MFL department within a supportive and forward-thinking school community.   Please note that this role as Head of Department - MFL requires a solid understanding of safeguarding and child protection. Successful candidates must undergo all necessary background checks, including an enhanced child DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for a new one.   If you are passionate about languages and ready to lead a dynamic MFL department to new heights of success, we encourage you to apply now or contact Nicola Lacey at the GSL Education Kent office for further details
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