Teacher of Business – BSB Castelldefels
The British School of Barcelona
The Britis School of Barcelona (BSB) is a great school in a great location. We are an HMC school and were judged by BSO (British Schools Overseas) Inspection to be outstanding in many areas, including safeguarding, pupil welfare, pupil progress and outcomes. BSB is a large, very popular school for children aged 3 to 18. Our curriculum is based on the English National Curriculum and we offer a wide range of GCSEs, A levels and the International Baccalaureate Diploma, all alongside a diverse enrichment programme. Nearly 1600 pupils from over 50 nationalities attend the school and over 250 staff work at BSB.
We are based in two locations just outside the city of Barcelona – in Castelldefels, and in the cosmopolitan town of Sitges. Significant investment in the school in recent years has seen the building of a state-of –the art Pre-University Centre (Nexus), a theatre, new science laboratories and 2019 will see the opening of a full-sized AstroTurf sports pitch and sports stadium as well as a newly developed Learning Resource Centre in the main Secondary building.
The school enjoys a location to the south of Barcelona, one of the most vibrant, culturally-rich cities in the world. Both the Castelldefels (Primary and Secondary) and the Sitges (Primary) campuses are minutes away from beautiful beaches and are excellently connected by public transport.
Teacher of Business
We are recruiting a Teacher of Business to teach at Key stages 4 and 5 in our Secondary Castelldefels campus and Nexus. Experience of teaching Economics is also desirable but not essential. This is a full-time position with significant leadership opportunities available for the right candidate. This post is for a January 2020 start. Join a team of enthusiastic, inspirational, risk-taking individuals who appreciate the rigor of the English curriculum but embrace the freedoms offered by an international setting in order to deliver outstanding results for our students.
Please note – UK qualifications and successful experience in UK schools is essential for all posts.
All positions are offered with attractive packages including very competitive salaries, places for children in BSB, and other local benefits.
Full induction and help with settling in Barcelona will be provided.
To apply, please complete the attached application form and send it, along with a covering letter to email@example.com .
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For further information please visit our website https://www.britishschoolbarcelona.com/
Deadline for applications: 4pm Monday 14/10/19 (Spanish time)
Interviews during the week beginning 14/10/19
- Deliver engaging and challenging lessons that link with the real world and aligned with the schemes of work for KS4 & 5.
- Use homework and assessments to monitor and track pupil progress, identifying underachieving students and implementing intervention as needed.
- Provide feedback and communicate effectively with parents, ensuring that both the student and parents are aware of student strengths and targets, across the year.
- Work collaboratively with the members of the department to ensure this thriving department continues to improve.
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