Royaume-Uni, GlenrothesRoyaume-Uni, Glenrothes

Fife Council

Date de publication 25.06.2024

Teacher - French

Job Description

Proposed Interview Date: Week Commencing Monday 26 August 2024

Closing Date: Sunday 18 August 2024

Contract Type: Permanent

Salary: £32,217.00 to £48,516.00

Working Pattern: 35 hours per week

Location: Glenwood High School, Glenrothes

Purpose and Values of Education & Children's Services Directorate

The Education & Children's Services Directorate is committed to Improving Life Chances for All through a wide range of direct services which support our children, young people, families and the wider Fife community. Our approach to improvement is rooted in our core values: Compassion, Ambition, Respect and Equity which reflect the ethos, culture and practice principles of all staff across the directorate. We strive to ensure that our attitudes and behaviour reflect these core values in all our dealings with children, young people, their families, and the wider community in partnership with those who support them.

Supporting Statement

As part of your application, you must provide us with a Supporting Statement which outlines to us how your skills and experience make you a good candidate for this vacancy. For more information, check out the How to Apply section of our Career Site. Without a Supporting Statement, your application will not be progressed. Please upload your Supporting Statement at the section marked 'upload resumé'. Your Supporting Statement must not be a CV. More information is available on our Career site at

Please consider and demonstrate the following when completing your Supporting Statement:
  • Ways in which you have modelled and promoted the GTCS Professional Values (social justice, trust, respect and integrity) and Professional Commitment in your current and previous roles.

(Consider the following: how you have ensured equity of opportunity for all; how you have developed relationships built on trust and; how your moral, ethical principles and professional learning underpin your practice as a teacher to ensure that all learners are included.)
  • How have you demonstrated your knowledge, skills and understanding when meeting pupil needs?

(Consider the following: how you have developed an informed and critical stance which focuses on improvements in curriculum and pedagogy so that learners can demonstrate their potential; how you use assessment to identify need and inform future learning, how you have promoted and participated in collaborative practice; how you have contributed to the staff development and leadership of learning.)
  • Ways in which you have supported and sustained colleagues in creating a positive environment for all learners?

(Consider the following: how have you created a safe, caring and purposeful learning environment which is welcoming and inclusive, well managed and well organised; how have you encouraged and facilitated learner participation in planning and deciding about their own learning.)
  • Ways in which you have built and developed positive partnerships.

(School, local, regional and national levels, if appropriate.)
  • Ways in which you have used self-evaluation to inform decisions and improvements in your learning community?

(Consider the following: how have you shared professional learning, how have you evaluated the impact of learning priorities/professional learning and how have you made best use of resources to support the development of the curriculum, pedagogy, people and teams.)

Job Details

We are looking for a highly skilled Teacher who is passionate about improving life chances for all to ensure positives outcomes for children and young people. As a Teacher in Fife, you will work with school-based staff, the school leadership team and a wide range of stakeholders to ensure that pupils are fully included in their school community. As a Teacher, you will:
  • Provide short term focused support.
  • Work collaboratively with colleagues.
  • Consult with a wide range of stakeholders.
  • Support staff development.

A link to the role profile is included below, where you will find more information about the role, with specific reference to essential and desirable criteria for applicants.

Qualification, Registration and Skill Requirements
  • You are required to have high levels of interpersonal skills and abilities which will enable you to work as a member of the school team to support pupils and families.
  • You will contribute and lead on areas school improvement.
  • You are required to demonstrate a commitment to your own professional learning through career-long professional learning activity and to be able to show how this has impacted on your practice.
  • You are required to be fully registered with the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) and to model all behaviour expected of a Teacher in Scotland in line with the relevant Professional Standards.

We particularly encourage applications from candidates qualified to teach Spanish to BGE

Before confirming your appointment, you will be required to obtain Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme membership through Disclosure Scotland and become a member of the relevant PVG scheme.

Further Information

Role profiles - when preparing your supporting statement, review the role profile and think about how you meet the essential criteria Role Profiles
  • How We Work Matters - Our employees are expected to display and promote certain behaviours in the workplace. See our How We Work Matters behaviour framework for more information
  • Employee Benefits - Employees have access to a benefits package that offers discounts on a wide range of products and services
  • Directorate Information Council Department information
  • Social Media - Search for more 'Fife Council Jobs' on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @FCJobsOfficial.

For further Information please contact: Simon Clunie - [email protected]

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