Head of Secondary Mathematics
Sharjah English School
United Arab Emirates
- Job type:
- Full Time, Fixed Term
- Start date:
- September 2018
- Apply by:
- 8 February 2018
Sharjah English School in the United Arab Emirates is a well established, co-educational school offering the National Curriculum to 810 children from Foundation through to A Level. An inclusive, not-for-profit school, SES occupies a spacious, developing campus in close proximity to Dubai. As well as serving the local British expatriate community, the school has students from many other nationalities. We are a British Schools Overseas (BSO) and British Schools of the Middle East (BSME) accredited school.
We are looking for an experienced Secondary Head of Mathematics who must be able to teach to A Level/Further Mathematics and can lead and develop a very busy department from September 2018.
Candidates must have a minimum of four years’ experience in teaching the National Curriculum, and a willingness to contribute to extracurricular activities.
Contracts are for two years in the first instance and include a tax-free salary, flights, furnished accommodation, health insurance and end of contract gratuity. Please submit your letter of application, including a full CV, recent photograph and the contact details of two referees to:
Mr. John Nolan, Principal, Sharjah English School, P. O. Box 1600, Sharjah, UAE.
Tel: 00971 6 5589304 Fax: 00971 6 5589305
Applications should be received by 8th February 2018.
Please visit our website at www.sharjahenglishschool.org
About Sharjah English School
- Sharjah English School
- Maleha Road, Opposite University City, P.O. Box 1600
- United Arab Emirates
Sharjah English School (SES) is one of the longest-established British curriculum schools in the UAE, being founded in 1974. It enjoys an outstanding reputation throughout the country and the Gulf, both for its academic excellence, its pastoral provision and its reputation in sport, music, drama and arts.
Importantly, it is a not-for-profit school, which helps create its distinctive ethos, where a ‘pupils first’ mantra is prevalent and value is placed on teaching and learning rather than the provision of schooling as a business. SES is inspected and accredited by British Schools Overseas (BSO) and British Schools of the Middle East (BSME) from whom it currently receives an outstanding rating.
The school today has approx 1,000 children from Foundation through to A Level. These represent well over 50 nationalities. There are usually three forms in each year group. Our size allows us to combine the best qualities of an intimate small school, with the sense of a forward-looking developing school growing its reputation and profile internationally.
SES is housed in impressive purpose-built premises on one of the largest school sites in the UAE. The fully air-conditioned buildings are well-equipped with modern furnishings and ICT. There are specialist rooms for Science, Design and Technology, Music, Computing, Art, Drama and Special Needs. The school boasts impressive sports facilities, including two large sports halls, a swimming pool and spacious auditorium. An expansive sports field is used regularly for inter-school tournaments, and by visiting international teams. The facilities enable us to offer a comprehensive and varied selection of clubs and activities.
The pastoral support and programmes at SES are frequently commended by inspectors, parents and students. These work with our leadership opportunities to create confident and articulate students who are superb ambassadors for the school and great examples of the benefits of an international education.
All teaching staff at the school, outside of Arabic and Islamic Studies teachers, are UK qualified and experienced. We currently have approximately 100 academic staff in total across our school. Our staff are energetic and committed. For prospective teachers, SES offers the ideal blend of well-behaved, motivated students, supportive and engaged parents, and colleagues who are proud of what they do. Staff frequently cite SES as the best school they have worked at, and our aim is to make sure that when they move on, they do so with enhanced teaching skills and leadership potential.
Leadership and teaching candidates should be prepared to bring dynamism, innovation and drive as the school continues to be "Rich in history, future focused"
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