Deputy Principal (Primary Years)
The International School Bangalore
- Expiring soon
- Job type:
- Full Time, Fixed Term
- Start date:
- August 2018
- Apply by:
- 9 February 2018
THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL BANGALORE (TISB), INDIA (www.tisb.org)
DEPUTY PRINCIPAL (PRIMARY YEARS)
The International School Bangalore is the premier coeducational HMC day and boarding school in India. For August 2018 we require a dynamic, able and experienced Primary Years specialist to take joint responsibility for the day to day running of the thriving Primary section of TISB, comprising 370 pupils and 55 staff.
The person appointed will be one of two Deputies, with equal and shared responsibility for leading all areas of teaching and learning. Given the size of the primary school and the scope of the brief, we are seeking to appoint someone with considerable leadership experience at Co-ordinator, Deputy or Headteacher level.
The Deputy Principal for Primary Years will have extensive knowledge of current best practice and will have outstanding inter-personal skills. They will have an openness to the complexities and demands of a multicultural Indian setting and be sensitive to the needs of a small but significant group of primary boarders.
Remuneration will be commensurate with experience, competitive with western salaries and will include accommodation on campus. The successful applicant will be part of the Senior Leadership Team.
Please send a letter of application, together with curriculum vitae including the contact details of three professional referees to the Principal Designate, Dr Caroline Pascoe at email@example.com
Closing date for applications: 9th February 2018
About The International School Bangalore
- The International School Bangalore
- NAFL Valley, Whitefield, Sarjapur Road, Dommasandra Circle, Bangalore
- Karnataka State
The school motto as expressed in Sanskrit reflects that 'life and learning are one', and the Latin translation is 'life is for learning' or 'learning is for life' - Vita Eadem Studia. The three expressions are open to very rich interpretation, and the choice of two ancient languages of scholarship is a representation of the fusion of cultural excellence found at TISB.
TISB is situated in a perfect Indian setting yet delivers an international education.
The buildings are all modern and spacious and offer the students the near-comfort of home in the open countryside of India’s Garden City, also known as Asia’s Silicon City, Bangalore.
The education system, besides providing an all-round education intellectually, socially, emotionally and physically, also offers guidance in critical thinking, social openness and in purposeful research. Students are given opportunities to develop their own talents as well as to be aware of national and global issues, while contributing to the healthy development of the needs of their own school campus and community.
Homework is given to encourage and develop independent study skills and to complement particular fields of study. A homework timetable is issued to all students who are required to complete the work as assigned by subject teachers.
On entry into the School, each pupil is placed in a Form Group of not more than 25 under a Form Tutor who will be responsible for monitoring all aspects of progress and welfare. The Form Tutor is the first point of contact for parents on any issue concerning the child. The School will actively encourage strong links with parents to ensure that at all times they are kept fully informed of any concerns that they or the school may have.
Regular Parent Evenings/Mornings will take place and these, along with half yearly reports and occasional interim reports, will ensure that each pupil’s progress is closely monitored.
The International School Bangalore (TISB) aims to provide an exciting all-round education as the first stage in a personally fulfilling and socially useful life. It prepares students for University studies worldwide.
Our students come from internationally minded families who for reasons of culture or residence have an affinity towards India.
Young people need to be excited about the world they live in. It is a complex and sometimes confusing place but the fundamental aim of good education is that the students are given an opportunity to make sense of the world and their place in it. This involves building up more than a body of knowledge; students need to have skills and attitudes to be successful life-long learners.
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