Teacher of Foreign Languages (Spanish/French)
STARTING: April 2019
The Governors of this school are looking to appoint a dynamic, inspirational teacher who is passionate about Spanish and French and has the ability to motivate students to strive for excellence and outstanding examination success.
We are a successful and diverse leading Catholic 11 – 16 High School with 900 pupils on roll. We have a strong record of achievement leading in recent years to a number of national awards. The school building has recently benefited from an investment of £11.2 million creating a new high specification science block, lecture theatre, sports hall, ICT suites, astro-turf pitch and reception area. The English, Maths, Art and Design technology departments were all remodelled, creating an environment that is both purposeful and inspiring.
We are located in Didsbury, (often voted as one of the most popular places to live in Manchester) only a short walk from the vibrant shops, bars and restaurants of Didsbury village. You will also have access to excellent transport links to Manchester city centre and surrounding areas.
The Barlow RC High School is an excellent place to work! As a leading Catholic High School, we create an environment where children and adults alike can achieve their full potential. Our school motto is ‘If you believe, you can achieve’ and if this describes you, read on.
About The Barlow RC High School
The Barlow RC High School is a comprehensive school in Didsbury in south Manchester, England. Dedicated to Saint Ambrose Barlow, the local, Catholic martyr and saint. The school was established in 1985 by the merger of Hollies RC High School for Girls and St Mark's RC High School for Boys.
The Barlow is an inclusive Roman Catholic Secondary School in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Salford maintained by the Manchester Education Authority. The parish communities served by the school are St Ambrose, St Bernard's, St Bernadette's, St Catherine's and St Cuthbert's and many from outside the parishes because parents are attracted by the school's ethos. The school's associated primary schools are St Ambrose, St Bernard's, St Catherine's and St Cuthbert's.