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Humanities (History) Teacher

Humanities (History) Teacher

HELP International School - Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Job type:
Full Time, Fixed Term
Start date:
27 August 2018
Apply by:
30 November 2017

Job overview

Dates : Apply by 30 November 2017, Job Starts 27August 2018

Contract Term : 2 Years

HELP International School (HIS) is a British international school and is an inclusive, preschool to A-Level school with a holistic ethos. HIS follow the IPC, IMYC, IGCSE and A-Level curriculum. HIS offers great opportunities for training and development and has recently been awarded Apple Distinguished School status and is a member of the Association of International Malaysian Schools.  HIS is an all-through school with a British curriculum and a strong academic record.

We are looking for an outstanding teacher of Humanities (History) to teach History for KS3 or KS4 and examination classes (IGCSE and A Level), with at least three years teaching experience in IGCSE or British curriculum school-based. Examining experience and Management experience preferable but not essential. 

 Applicants should send a curriculum vitae to,  with references, one of which should be from your current Head Teacher and a one-page covering letter to the Principal, Ms Davina McCarthy. 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening for Child Protection Certificate (available at ) and an Enhanced Disclosure from the Criminal Records Bureau in the UK (or a police check/ clearance from your home/ residents country). 

All offers of employment are subject to various visa requirements and local rules and legislation in Malaysia.

For more information about HIS, please visit us at and

We look forward to welcoming you to our community


About HELP International School - Kuala Lumpur

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+60 7809 7000

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Founded in 2014, HIS is the fastest-growing private school in Malaysia and has received the 5-Star SKIPS (Malaysia Private Education Institution Quality System) rating from the Ministry of Education.

HIS started strongly with 500 students in its inaugural intake in January 2014. It now has a total population of 1,400 students of 25 nationalities.

The School was awarded the status of Apple Distinguished School in 2017 and again in 2019. It received IPC accreditation in 2018 with a Mastery in International Mindedness. It has been awarded the Eco-Schools Silver Award in July 2018. The School has recently been awarded associate member status with FOBISIA and has begun the process for full accreditation with the Council of International Schools (CIS). The school is a member of the Association of International Malaysian Schools (AIMS).

The HELP International School (HIS), is part of a group of three schools in Malaysia.

HELP International School (HIS) – Shah Alam, Selangor

Tunku Putra-HELP International School – Kuching, Sarawak

Crescendo HELP International School – Ulu Tiram, Johor

The Schools Curriculum

HIS uses the National Curriculum of England as the key guide for its programmes of study. The school offers Cambridge IGCSE and A-Level programmes in the upper secondary years. For admissions, students applying for a place in the school are subjected to CAT4 assessment with an English proficiency test as a written component. The academic progression assessment is supported by year group CAT4 testing in Years 3, 6, and 9 and GL Progress Tests from Years 4 to 9.

HIS is also an inclusive school with a Special Education Needs offering: 10% capped seats in each year group to support students with special learning needs.

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