Are you studying French or Spanish and in your 2nd or 4th year? Do you enjoy the rewarding feeling of helping someone learn? This opportunity is for you!
ClubMFL is designed to improve access to MFL across Primary Schools in Greater Manchester.
In your role of Project Leader, you will liaise with schools to create, prepare and deliver lessons to classes of primary age (agreed upon by you and the school depending on your timetable). Best of all ClubMFL is designed to fit around your student life so no teaching during exams or holidays!
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, you will aim to find a school that you can work with delivering either online resources, pre-recorded lessons or online sessions for the children.
You will work with the Access and Widening Participation Coordinator to identify schools in the local Manchester area to work with and will effectively lead a team of volunteers to deliver content.
ClubMFL is looking for a student who is currently studying FRENCH or SPANISH at Level 4 (Must have completed the year abroad in the target language) to help us improve MFL teaching across our region.
You must also be a native English speaker or demonstrate a C2 level in English.
You must be able to complete a background check in order to work with children. (Provided)
The candidate must also be energetic and willing to put in the time it takes to work with current staff and really make a difference in the classroom. As a representative of ClubMFL you must ensure you always work to the highest standard.
Benefits: Travel to schools reimbursed
Necessary equipment provided (pens, paper etc...)
Looks great on a CV and gives vital teaching experience in a primary school.
Training and resources to help make your lessons great and that you can take with you for a lifetime.
Control over the lessons you teach and flexibility around your timetable.
*We are still working to include schools in the programme so you could be posted to any one of our partner schools across Greater Manchester.
PLEASE NOTE: The Students’ Union welcomes and encourages all students to get involved in volunteering. As a Union we do not discriminate based on background and we welcome students from all ethnicities, genders, religious backgrounds, sexual orientations, ages, socio-economic backgrounds and disabilities.
We aim to support all students in their application process and during volunteering. Should you need any help, and/or adjustments with the application or wider volunteering process please contact the Students’ Union Volunteering and Fundraising team at: email@example.com.