We are a friendly, successful and growing British school based in the town of Vila-real in the region of Valencia, Spain. Vila-real is well connected and offers beautiful beaches, lively towns and benefits from its close proximity to the vibrant city of Valencia. The UK National Curriculum is taught throughout the school and our students range from age 2 up to 18. The Primary School has approximately 300 students from Early Years to Year 6 and the Secondary School has approximately 300 students from Year 7 to Year 13. Last summer all of our sixth form students successfully completed their A-Levels and gained places at a range of universities. The vast majority of our students are Spanish and learn in English, apart from in the compulsory Spanish subjects, which are all taught in their native Spanish language.
We are looking to appoint a Maths specialist for a full-time post from 1st September 2020 to teach Maths up to A-Level. This post also includes some classes of Key Stage 3 Science. We follow the Edexcel IGCSE and A-Level Maths course and it is one of our most popular A-Level courses. At KS3 we follow the British National curriculum. The Maths department is highly successful and many of our students go on to study Mathematics and Engineering at university.
For more information about our school please visit our website on www.laudebsv.com
If you have the experience and are confident that you can deliver great learning in Maths and KS3 Science, please complete the TES online application form and upload your teaching qualification certificates as additional documents.
The British School of Vila-Real is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be expected to have undertaken an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS process and/or local police checks.
Applicants should also include a personal statement, which responds directly to the following question (on no more than two sides of A4): ‘How would you contribute to the continuing success of The British School of Vila Real?’