Teach Lambeth is run by the Lambeth Schools Partnership with the support of all the schools in the borough and the local education authority.
Every school role available in Lambeth schools should be listed on this site and this will enable anyone interested in pursing a role in Lambeth schools to apply direct through our job board, cutting out agencies and middle men by dealing direct with each school.
Help ensure the website works by uploading your vacancies onto the site.
Lambeth Education & Learning Strategy 2018-2022
We want Lambeth to continue to be at the forefront of change and improvement in education, retaining good relationships between education providers and the Council and building on our collective strengths and achievements. To do this, the strategy has been developed in partnership with schools, other educational establishments and the Council.
It looks ahead to the next few years and outlines our shared ambition for our learners of all ages. It summarises the overarching strategy for education and learning in Lambeth between 2018-2022 with the aim to improve performance for all Lambeth pupils and support adults to develop the skills to succeed in the workplace and fulfil their ambitions.
Please find our Lambeth’s Education and Learning Strategy 2018-22 attached.
If you require further copies please download copies from the website.
We hope you find the strategy a useful and informative resource.
Director, Education Learning & Skills
Lambeth Careers Cluster - Final Report
Launched in July 2016, the Lambeth Careers Cluster initiative has been highly successful in bringing together seventeen secondary schools/colleges, employers and other partner organisations to improve the relevance of careers education and guidance across the borough. Capitalising on Lambeth Local Authority’s good working relationships with cluster schools/colleges and strong partnerships with Lambeth College and The London South Bank group, the project has accomplished outcomes well beyond those initially envisaged.
The full Final Report can be downloaded under the Downloads Bar on the right-hand of this webpage.
Free Teacher Training for GCSE/A-Level Spanish & Portuguese
The Lambeth Teaching School Alliance, in collaboration with the Department for Education and King’s College London, will be running five free teacher training sessions for GCSE and A-Level Spanish and Portuguese. Please see the attached flyer for full information, applicant eligibility and course schedule.
Below is a list of the objectives for the Teacher Subject Specialism Training course:
To familiarise oneself with the new GCSE/A-Level; structure, content and assessment pattern;
To familiarise oneself with cutting-edge theories;
Practice in Second Language Acquisition with a focus on the Task-Based Approach;
Course Content & Structure
To refresh and consolidate language competence and skills in Portuguese & Spanish;
To reflect on the target language grammatical and lexical structures to be taught as part of the GCSE/A level programme;
To be taught by experienced tutors in Secondary and HE education;
To share ideas and practice with colleagues in a friendly and supportive environment;
To experience some innovative teaching methodologies and reflect on one’s own learning and teaching experience;
To develop strategies to support students through their language learning experience and formative assessment
To obtain a CPD as part of the training course
Below is a list of the objectives for the Teacher Subject Specialism Training course.
Delivered in English and will comprise a theoretical reflection, with practical examples, on some key aspects of the new GCSE and A-Level programme, with a focus on the four language skills, on using translation as a teaching tool and on the use and design of authentic teaching material based on the Task-Based Approach to language teaching and learning (15hrs).
Will expand the content presented in the morning with practical Portuguese & Spanish GCSE and A-Level examples based on the Task-Based Approach, with the possibility to share ideas and teaching material and to do some microteaching sessions (15hrs).
Course Dates and Times
All sessions take place on a Saturday, 09.00 - 16.00
Sessions will take place on seven consecutive Saturdays from Saturday 7th March – Saturday 23rd March
Each session includes 6 hours of teaching time
There will be tea/coffee and lunch breaks (food not provided)
Total Number of Hours
5 sessions x 6 hours per session = 30 hours
The course is free for Secondary MFL qualified teachers in place or planning to return to work. The Department of Education is funding the course with the support of the LTSA and delivered by the MLC.
If you are interested in signing up, please fill in the blank application form and return to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Women in Sciences - 2020
Women In Sciences: 15 - 17 March 2020
Are you a female Year 12 student who enjoys studying science? Women in Sciences is a one-day event with an optional residential element for those who live far away.
This event will enable you to explore a huge variety of sciences and discover what a science degree can offer you. You'll hear from Oxford academics, receive university admissions advice and meet some of our lovely undergraduates with plenty of opportunities to ask all your questions!
Sign up here: email@example.com
Deadline: 14 February 2020
See Flyer for full details.