Cherrybrook Technology High School is updating its list of casual teachers and is seeking teachers who are available for casual work. Interested teachers are invited to send a copy of their CV, relevant certificates, Department of Education employee details and WWCC number to Masami Arkins, Head Teacher, Languages (International and Multicultural Programs). Please indicate in your email the language you are qualified to teach – Japanese, Chinese or French – year level that you are able to teach, days available, contact email, phone number and casual teacher number.
Puss in boots, a bilingual interactive puppet show by Carrousel Theatre, will be touring in NSW from Monday 15 to Friday 26 June 2020. Book now for your 2020 bilingual show available in French, Italian, German or Spanish. It is suitable for primary and secondary schools, up to Year 8. We adapt the language of the show to suit the age group attending.
Price: $6.90 (+ GST) per student.
Contact 03 93765527, email or view the website for more information.
Please note that the expressions of interest for two advertised language teacher roles at Gosford High School in 2019 close tomorrow, 5pm Friday 7 December as originally advertised. The date given in yesterday’s TeachNSW Jobfeed is incorrect.
Temporary positions available – Gosford High School
Gosford High School is seeking expressions of interest from teachers for two positions for Term 1 2019, commencing on 29 January 2019, with the possibility of an extension. The positions available are as follows:
- 1 language teacher who is qualified to teach French and Japanese for Years 8-12
The selection criteria for the position is as follows:
- Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills with a demonstrated capacity to work collaboratively as an effective team member.
- Capacity to deliver effective, engaging and differentiated teaching programs that cater to the needs of gifted and talented students in Stages 4-6.
- Demonstrated capacity to engage students in learning through effective teaching, learning and assessment practices.
Should you wish to apply for the positions, please complete the EOI attached, addressing the selection criteria. Please note that one of the referees listed must be the applicant's current principal. The expression of interest should not exceed 2 A4 pages and requires the signature of the applicant's current principal or supervisor, if the applicant is currently non-school-based staff.
Please submit your EOI to Adrienne Scalese, Relieving Principal, by no later than 5pm on 7 December 2018.
Burwood Girls HS is seeking a French teacher Stages 4 to 6 for all of 2019 while a staff member is on leave.
Applicants must be able to teach to Continuers level, and ability to teach Italian would be highly regarded.
Interested teachers are invited to send an expression of interest and a copy of their CV, with Department of Education employee details and WWCC number, to Ed Kent - Head Teacher of Languages.
Burwood Girls HS is seeking a French and Italian teacher for Stages 4 to 6 for all of 2019 while a staff member is on leave.
Applicants must be able to teach both languages up to Continuers level, and ability to teach the Extension course in one or both languages would be highly regarded.
Interested teachers are invited to send an Expression of Interest and a copy of their CV, with Department of Education employee details and WWCC number, to Ed Kent - Head Teacher of Languages.
Dubbo School of Distance Education is seeking a qualified German teacher for 2018 and Term 1 2019.
We are also seeking qualified teachers of Italian, Spanish and French for a few days a week in 2018.
These are temporary positions with a possibility of extension into 2019.
Please send applications to Dubbo School of Distance Education or email Anna Brain, Head Teacher, Languages.
Expressions of interest are invited from teachers of French 7-12, who would like to be a virtual head teacher for teachers of French across NSW in 2018.
The Languages and Culture team (Secondary Education – Learning and Teaching Directorate) is running a 12 month pilot program of a virtual French faculty with a virtual head teacher to support teachers of French. Support will be delivered through the online curation of resources, providing language-specific advice organising and/or delivering professional learning and networking. The successful candidate will receive $1,500 per term via a grant to their home school.
For more information please see the attached flyer.
Should you wish to apply, please email the completed EOI form attached below together with your application addressing the selection criteria to Elisabeth Robertson, Coordinator, Languages and Culture, Secondary Education email@example.com by 5pm on Friday, 1 December 2017.
French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Korean and Spanish teachers in the NSW Department of Education participated in the Adobe Connect webinar on Wednesday 28 June to hear about the K-10 draft syllabuses and have an opportunity to provide feedback.
If you were not able to join the Adobe Connect webinar, the recording (24 minutes) can be accessed via
The consultation period is the only opportunity for teachers to be part of the department’s feedback to NESA. Teachers are encouraged to download and critically review the content in the language-specific draft K-10 syllabuses.
All information including the draft syllabuses can be accessed on the NESA site.
If you have any concerns with the content in the draft syllabuses, please document the areas of concern and recommendations and return via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 10 July 2017. Please include the following details to ensure your concerns can be clearly understood and incorporated in our response:
Content with page numbers as reference: eg. p. 82 First dot point, second dash point (“recognising the importance of the article…”)
Recommendations such as Suggest amending/rewording/deleting to …
We look forward to hearing from teachers to ensure the content of the language-specific syllabuses is relevant and appropriate for the students in all languages classes.
French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Korean and Spanish teachers in the NSW Department of Education are invited to join the Adobe Connect webinar on Wednesday 28 June (3:30-4:30pm) to hear about the draft K-10 syllabuses and have an opportunity to provide feedback.
Teachers are encouraged to download and critically review the content in the language-specific draft K-10 syllabuses which can be accessed on the NESA site. This consultation period is the only opportunity for teachers to be part of the department’s feedback to NESA.
If you haven't participated in an Adobe Connect session before, please download the 'how-to' guide below and follow the instructions. It's easy!
Log into https://connect.schools.nsw.edu.au/secondarylanguages using your Department user name and password.
We look forward to meeting virtually with teachers to ensure the content of the language-specific K-10 syllabuses is relevant and appropriate for the students in your languages classes.
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