MFL Teachers

At New Road Education, if you are a French Teacher or Spanish Teacher, there is probably a role out there for you. There are many schools looking for different languages and skills, and this is one of the most sought-after subjects in secondary school education. 

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The work of a modern foreign language teacher entails the following responsibilities:

Teaching language skills

MFL teachers instruct students in the four key language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. They use a variety of teaching methods and resources to engage students and make language learning fun.

Developing lesson plans

MFL teachers develop lesson plans that are designed to meet the needs of different students, taking into account their level of proficiency, interests, and learning styles. They must also ensure that their lessons align with the National Curriculum and meet the requirements of the exam boards.

Assessing student progress

MFL teachers evaluate student work and provide feedback on grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and other language skills. They also develop and administer assessments, such as exams and coursework, to track student progress.n.


Promoting cultural understanding

Your role will often be to help students develop an appreciation for the cultures and societies of the countries where the language is spoken. They may incorporate cultural activities, such as food tastings, dance, and music, into their lessons.

Collaborating with colleagues

MFL teachers work with other teachers and staff members to develop curriculum, plan field trips, and organise special events.

Staying current

MFL teachers must stay up-to-date on new research, resources, and teaching techniques in their field, attending training sessions and conferences.


Overall, the work of a humanities teacher is focused on helping students develop an understanding and appreciation of human society and culture, while also preparing them for success in the future.


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