Teacher of Welsh 2nd Language
MPS/UPS + TLR for the right candidate
Following the announcement of the retirement of a distinguished and highly respected colleague, we are seeking to appoint a 2nd Language Welsh teacher. This is an opportunity for an energetic, enthusiastic and outstanding candidate to join an exceptionally strong department. Outcomes at GCSE have been exceptionally strong over a number of years, and nearly all pupils gain a valuable qualification.
“The majority of pupils have a firm grasp of the language. They use a suitable range of subject-specific vocabulary appropriately when discussing the advantages and disadvantages of being bilingual. All pupils are able to speak extremely well. They produce well-structured writing with an effective use of a range of tenses when discussing topics such as their holidays and pastimes”
Estyn Inspection Report, 2020
The successful candidate will teach across the ability and age range of our comprehensive school, with a significant share of GCSE examination classes. The teacher will be a fluent Welsh speaker who is passionate about their subject, and committed to supporting and developing bilingualism in our school community.
Teacher of Mathematics & Numeracy
(Maternity Cover, Part-time)
We wish to appoint well-qualified, enthusiastic and committed teacher of Mathematics and Numeracy for September 2020. The post is suitable for an NQT or experienced teacher who has the desire to work in an ambitious school and to deliver high quality lessons within a supportive department.
The successful candidate will teach across the ability and age range of our comprehensive school, from lessons with Year 7 to Year 11. The teacher appointed will be passionate about maths, have high expectations of students and wish to motivate students of all abilities.
A fixed-term contract of up-to 0.8fte is available for the right candidate.
If you are looking for a new challenge, and wish to enquire further
about any of these posts – please contact the Headteacher’s PA:
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
In partnership with the Dioceses of St Asaph and of Wrexham and Wrexham Local Authority