Who we look for

Finding the best people is at the heart of what we do. We look for inspiring teachers and assistants who can bring their love of language learning to the classroom. You will share our vision of wanting to improve the quality of foreign language teaching from primary age upwards. Whether you have years of classroom experience or are just starting on your path towards becoming an outstanding teacher, we want to hear from you!


What you can expect

We are committed to finding the perfect roles for our teachers and assistants; we carefully match our teachers and assistants to the specific needs of our schools. We give you the chance to build a portfolio of schools to suit your employment needs. In addition, we consider the continued professional development of our teachers and assistants as the most important factor in improving language education. To this effect, once onboard with LFA, you will benefit from a package of continued training and support from our team to help you continually reflect on and improve your teaching practice.

Next steps


Step 1

Carefully read the job descriptions and person specifications below to see which role most

appeals to you and which most suits your skills and qualifications. 


Step 2

Click APPLY NOW to fill in the online application form.


Step 3

Wait for a response. We respond to all

applications. If we think you could be a good

addition to the team, we will invite you to an

interview day. Otherwise, we will provide feedback about your application. 

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What do they do?

work with primary and secondary schools

provide in-class support to the language teacher

lead small group sessions

help prepare pupils for oral exams

act as a model of the native language

contribute ideas to lesson planning

Who are they?

native speakers

university graduates or extensive work experience

experience working with young people

dedicated to improving language education

reliable, creative, flexible, motivated

interested in pursuing a career in education 

Fill in the online application form


Language Teachers


What do they do?

teach whole classes at primary level

lead and implement MFL provision across the school

assess pupils' progress and act upon this

plan structured lessons with clear objectives

make learning accessible to all abilities

use a range of resources to engage pupils 

continually seek feedback to improve their practice

Who are they?

UK recognised teaching qualification

extensive experience of teaching young people

native speakers or equivalent

dedicated to improving language education

reliable, creative, flexible, motived

committed to developing their teaching practice

Fill in the online application form