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New Hall School requires, with effect from 1 September 2020, a French Language Assistant
12 hours-a-week (Monday to Friday), during term time only
£12.59-£14.41 per hour (FTE £5,963pa to £6,825pa)
A French Language Assistant is required to assist with the teaching of French in the Modern Languages Department, on a part time basis. Working mainly with students in Years 10-13, the French Language Assistant will help students in their preparation for the oral component of public examinations (GCSE, A Level, or DELF). They will also be required to assist students in Years 7-9 and to work with native French student in small groups.
New Hall is a warm, welcoming and supportive environment, with a mixture of single-sex and co-educational teaching. Staff also have the opportunity to contribute to the co-curriculum. With a supportive department and an investment in training, this is an exciting time to be joining the school.
Closing Date: Midday, Tuesday 21 April 2020
Interview Date: Week commencing 27 April 2020
Excellent benefits ● superb working environment ● London Stratford 20 mins by train
New Hall is committed to safeguarding pupils. There will be an enhanced DBS check prior to appointment.
For further details & an application form please visit:www.newhallschool.co.uk/job-opportunities
Alternatively, please contact the HR Department on 01245 467 588
Information about the School
New Hall is a Catholic independent boarding & day school for girls and boys aged 1-18. New Hall School operates the highly successful 'diamond model', where students are educated in co-educational classes from ages 1 to 11 and at Sixth Form. However, from ages 11 to 16 they are taught in single-sex lessons. Click on one of the four diamonds below to find out more about our divisions.
The main benefits of the 'diamond model' and five years of single-sex teaching, derive from the ability to tailor pastoral and academic provision more sensitively and expertly to the needs of young people going through the physical, emotional and social upheaval of adolescence. Young teenagers are liberated from the negative peer pressure of having to perform in mixed classes. The gender stereotyping of subjects is also removed. Girls and boys follow an identical curriculum and do not learn to perceive subjects as being more suited to either girls or boys.
The Sixth Form experience at New Hall is about expanding students' horizons, both in their specialist areas of study and, more generally, in terms of their personal development.
From the moment New Hall students first travel up the mile-long, tree-lined avenue that leads to the grand façade of the former Tudor palace, they will be given individual opportunities to grow, learn, be challenged and to develop into confident young men and women. New Hall is set in an idyllic and convenient location, on the outskirts of the City of Chelmsford, Essex, just 30 minutes by train from London and within easy reach of all major London airports.
As a Catholic independent boarding & day school, at New Hall with every student we aim to educate the whole person: academically, creatively and socially, in a community which also nurtures the spiritual dimensions of human life.