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Ecole Ruban VertLibreville, Gabon ( West Africa)

ERV teachers are responsible for contributing to the delivery of the ERV Strategic Plan.

Contribute to the education climate of the international school to system-wide achievement and quality; and to include the wider community in success

Support the case for change in classroom education

Bring accountability to all learners

Support assessment aligned to radical thinking for deeper learning, adaptive learning and authenticity

Contribute to increasing the institutional capacity through classroom innovation

Welcome partnerships, new approaches to learning and new pedagogy

Develop young people as lifelong learners


Teachers are expected to facilitate the academic work of ERV by achieving the following:

Advocate the school’s philosophy, vision and mission

Contribute to the execution of strategic and action plans

Follow and assist in formulating policies and procedures for the school

Ensure that the school has well-organised classrooms

Support the observations and appraisals of teaching practices to maintain and improve teacher performance within a culture for continued development

Support effective communication within the school and all stakeholders

Maintain student discipline and support student and community welfare


It is the shared responsibility of all teachers to contribute to the curriculum.

This includes:

Visibility to stakeholders and colleagues

Contribution to curriculum innovation

Implementation of the curriculum

Vigilance of the issues that international schools face

Act a visionary, motivating, listener and supportive role model to stakeholders

Always put students and learning at the centre of all decisions

These responsibilities will be carried out in consultation with the Faculty Leader/line manager;

Day-to-day attendance recording of assigned classes

Plan the daily learning activities of the class, ensuring that all students are stretched, that their learning needs are met and suitable Homework set

Organise special events or participating in open houses, parent-teacher conferences, social events, etc. (in cooperation with other colleagues)

Ensure the safety of the staff, students and visitors

Deliver the communication messages of the school

Effective use of resources to match learning with classes and spaces

Ensuring that your classroom is fully prepared/equipped in readiness for each lesson

Ensuring that your classroom is well presented and contribute to display around the school

Demonstrate collaborative, innovative and engaging approaches to teaching and learning

Assessing and marking students work on a regular basis and ensuring they know how to improve the quality of their work

Provide clear, detailed and constructive reporting to parents regarding their child’s progress and attainment appropriate to the age of the students

Ensure parents and students are well-informed about the curriculum, attainment and progress and about the contribution that they can make to achieving the school’s targets for improvement

Represent the school at local, national and international events as appropriate

Establish creative, responsive and effective approaches to teaching and learning

Monitor, evaluate and review students’ progress, achievement and attainment

Ensure a culture and ethos of challenge and support where all students can achieve success and become engaged in their own learning

Take a strategic role in the development of the new and emerging technologies to enhance and extend the learning experience of students

Assume additional duties and responsibilities as and when determined and agreed with the Head of School

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