Durham School for Girls Doha is seeking to appoint dynamic and inspirational teachers of EYFS and Primary KS1 & KS2 for September 2019.
Following in the footsteps of Durham School UK, Durham School for Girls Doha aims to continue the heritage of strong pastoral care, inclusion and individual progress that make the School “Distinctively Durham”. Within the school there will be a strong ethos based on the school philosophy and values. Centred around the girl’s individual development, we aim to ensure that we strive for a balance in both academic and personal, social development ensuring confidence for life.
Durham School for Girls Doha will be the first British all-girls school in Qatar. Linked with the 2030 vision of female empowerment, we aim to ensure an environment where girls can flourish and develop to reach their full potential. An all-female campus will provide the security for girls to develop individually, respect Qatari culture and values, and embrace the British system and methodology.
Being part of the Durham family, our pupils and staff can become part of the 600-year-old tradition and reputation of Durham UK. Although Durham School for Girls Doha works in a different community, a different country and a beautiful, modern building, the school will create a school culture that remains Durham. A strong pastoral House system will link to Durham UK and many synergies will unite the two schools, forming the sense of one school, two sites.
All Staff will be ready for the challenge of a new school and will be part of the school family and community. Like Durham UK, the staff will help to create and warm and secure learning environment where dedicated staff support and develop the girls in our school.
This is going to be an exciting new time and a chance for staff to be part of something old, and something new. This is a first for Qatar.
Application deadline: Saturday 21st November 2018.
To Apply: Email a CV & covering letter to email@example.com.
Initial interviews will be conducted by Skype. Final interviews will be held in London for UK based candidates between 14th-16th November 2018 and by Skype for overseas candidates.
For further information, please refer to the candidate pack and job description attachments provided with this advert.
- PGCE or equivalent.
- Be flexible and ready for the challenges of a new school.
- Have a strong interest in curriculum development.
- A willingness to become fully integrated in the school community.
- Approach teaching in a dynamic and exciting way.
- Competitive tax-free salary
- Housing provided in the initial year
- (Housing allowance after the first year)
- Health insurance
- All visa and work permits completed by the school
- Annual flight
- Professional development
- Additional allowance for Curriculum or Key stage responsibility
For candidates who demonstrate leadership experience, opportunities will exist for Coordinators of EYFS, KS1 and KS2 as well as Literacy, Numeracy and Humanities Leads.
For more details or to arrange an informal discussion about this exciting opportunity, contact Tom Arnold and Heather Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org.