SSCL is seeking a senior Year 12 Spanish teacher who is qualified to teach the Continuers and Extension courses at their Kogarah High School Centre. The position is for Saturday mornings and will commence immediately. If you're interested in the position, please contact Sana Zreika.
Cheltenham Girls High School is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic teacher of Spanish. The position is full-time, teaching mostly Stages 4 and 5 Spanish and HSC Beginners level. Ability to teach French would be highly regarded.
Please contact Simone Hope, R/Deputy, for enquiries.
(This position was previously advertised as 0.6 FTE, but is now full-time.)
We are delighted to welcome our new Spanish Language Advisor who has joined us at the Learning and Teaching Directorate at State office in Oxford Street.
Catalina Manrique is the Education Advisor from the Embassy of Spain in Australia. She recently finished working as an Education Advisor for the Embassy of Spain in the Philippines. From 2008 to 2013, she was an Education Advisor for the Embassy of Spain in Australia, assisting the languages team at the Department for Education of South Australia.
Prior to these roles, she was a coordinator for 6 years at the Spanish School, New York, run by the Spanish Ministry of Education.
She was the principal of Les Vinyes High School in Barcelona for 8 years, a secondary language teacher for 16 years and a primary teacher for 10 years. She is a passionate advocate for languages and has also developed numerous resources for the teaching and learning of Spanish.
Catalina speaks Spanish, English, French, Italian and Catalan. We welcome Catalina in her new role and look forward to her positive contributions in the Languages team at the NSW Department of Education.
Thank you to Cristina Del Alamo for her work as the previous Spanish Language Advisor. She has now returned to her family in Spain.
A second year Master of Teaching (Secondary) student at the University of Newcastle is seeking a Spanish teaching placement in the Newcastle/Lake Macquarie/Central Coast region (the student resides in Newcastle East). The placement will take place in Term 4 2018, from 15 October to 16 November. Details of the placement schedule are as follows:
Weeks 1-3: Phase 1 – School orientation and observations, building up to 180 minutes per day.
Weeks 4-5: Phase 2 – Teaching approximately 180 minutes per day, unsupervised.
Supervising teachers are eligible to be paid $600.00 (gross) per student. For further information and details on the placement description, please email Claire Thorley.
The NSW Spanish Language Teachers' Conference is scheduled to be held on Friday 26 October 2018 at Rydges Sydney Central.
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