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ICT & Computer Studies Teacher

ICT & Computer Studies Teacher

Doha Academy


  • Expired
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
13 January 2018

Job overview

KS3, KS4, KS5   ICT and Computer Studies Teacher ( August 2018) 

Doha Academy wishes to employ a qualified, enthusiastic and dedicated ICT and Computer Studies Teacher who has experience of teaching the National Curriculum for England in a UK setting and can teach ICT and Computer Studies up to AS Level. We would welcome candidates who have the potential to be a Head of Department.

Doha Academy is a well-established school which moved to a new purpose-built site in Al-Waab in 2014. Doha Academy follows the national curriculum for England for students aged 3 – 18.  Our school is a dynamic and purposeful community that enables children to achieve their best spiritually, morally, socially, intellectually and physically.

Applicants must have a degree, PGCE or B.Ed. and QTS.

  • Competitive salary (tax free)
  • Fully-furnished accommodation (shared)
  • Return air ticket
  • Medical cover

Interviews will take place in London: January 2018

Positions are for an August 2018 start. 

Teaching couples will be considered.

Please email your CV and cover letter with a recent photograph to:

About Doha Academy

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  • Doha Academy
  • 220 Duhail Street, PO Box 9691, Al Waab
  • Doha
  • Qatar
+974 020 2700

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Doha Academy is a growing group of schools situated in the heart of Qatar’s cosmopolitan capital city. Founded in 2000, Doha Academy currently consists of three schools and offers a KG-13, British-based and Qatar national curriculum. The Academy’s Mission is to develop outward-looking, lifelong learners via a broad educational provision founded on local cultural values and traditions.

Doha Academy Secondary offers boys and girls an education for life. We believe that schools should be happy and purposeful communities that enable children to achieve their best: spiritually, morally, socially, intellectually and physically; therefore, we are committed to:

  • Providing a broadly-based curriculum that is designed to motivate, challenge, encourage and inspire pupils and enable them to achieve their potential    and make the most of their time at Doha Academy Secondary and beyond.
  • Adopting teaching and learning methodologies that promote creativity and thinking skills.
  • Integrating information and communication technology in the educational process.
  • Engendering respect for individuality and difference.
  • Fostering self-confidence, tolerance, honesty and integrity.
  • Enabling students to have an insight into the Islamic religion and culture.
  • Enhancing the relationship between students, staff, parents and the wider community.

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