Primary Class Teachers (KS2), United Arab Emirates

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Sharjah English SchoolUnited Arab Emirates

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Start date: September 2018
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: Undisclosed
Contract term: Fixed Term
Suitable for NQTs: No

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.

Applications are invited for Key Stage 2 Classroom Teachers from September 2018. 

Teaching candidates must have a minimum of two years’ experience in teaching the National Curriculum, and a willingness to contribute to extracurricular activities. Applications from single candidates and teaching couples are particularly welcomed.  

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

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More about Sharjah English School
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: All-through
Funding status: Independent
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 3 - 18 years
Address: P.O. Box 1600, Maleha Road, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Telephone: +971 6 5589304
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Sharjah English School was set up in 1975 by a group of British companies seeking to provide a British education for the children of their employees. Land was presented to the Governors by the Ruler of Sharjah  and money was raised to construct ...