Find out more about the Leeds SCITT MFL course.

As linguists we can offer a different insight into the world around us and, as teachers, we can pass this on to the pupils we teach.

We are interested in recruiting teachers who can challenge young people and give them the confidence to speak new languages. We aim to develop confident and innovative teachers, with a wide range of skills which help pupils progress and achieve.

You will be working with a team of people to encourage pupils to improve their listening, reading, speaking and writing skills, with the aim of inspiring young people to become linguists.

The Leeds SCITT MFL course provides you with the opportunity to specialise in either French or Spanish at KS3 and KS4 level.Carr Manor Community School is the Lead School for MFL.  It is based in Leeds and has been awarded intermediate level of the British Council’s prestigious International School Award in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom.

Ready to Apply?  Our course code for UCAS is: 32WL (L26).

The International School Award celebrates the achievements of schools that do exceptional work in international education. Fostering an international dimension in the curriculum is at the heart of the British Council’s work with schools, so that young people gain the cultural understanding and skills they need for life and to work in today’s world.

Carr Manor Community School's international work includes trips abroad, etwinning projects and the celebration of the different cultures of the school.

Stephen Hull, Senior Project Manager at the British Council, said: ‘Carr Manor Community School’s international work has earned the school well-deserved recognition in the form of the British Council International School Award - Intermediate Certificate.

The school’s dedication to internationalism is enriching education for its pupils: the collaborative projects with partner schools abroad bring an essential global dimension to learning and encourage the development of skills children need to be global citizens of the future. Teachers at Carr Manor Community School have been linking up with colleagues overseas to share successful classroom practice and resources to make this all happen.

Trainee says...

'I would just say that I have felt really supported by all staff. I've experienced the opportunity to observe outstanding practice across the school in order to develop my own practice. There have been lots of opportunities for me to ask questions and gain feedback to improve as a teacher.'

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Trainee studied MFL