Selected for inclusion in the official commemorative album for The Queen's 90th Birthday Celebration at Windsor Castle in May 2016
The British International School in Mexico
Greengates School is a prestigious British International School in the northwest suburbs of Mexico City with approximately 1200 students aged 3 to 18. Our diversity is exemplified by the fifty nationalities represented in the school community. Greengates offers the IPC in the Primary School and University of Cambridge IGCSE followed by the IBDP in the Secondary School.
The school, which provides a caring, nurturing environment where students are encouraged to become independent learners, has developed an excellent reputation both throughout the region and globally over the past 65 years. Greengates’ students consistently achieve outstanding examination results at both IGCSE and IBDP level with many of them going on to attend some of the world’s finest universities.
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and dynamic professional to the post of Digital Literacy Coach with effect from August 2017. Applicants must have at least two years of experience.
Suitable candidates will:
Focus on instructional support for teachers
Have high levels of instructional skill building
Be familiar with the best practices in reading instruction
Work collaboratively with teachers to learn new information and strategies together
Be able to help teachers interpret assessment information
Provide teachers focused instruction based on student needs
Have experience of teaching struggling students who need to acquire strong comprehension skills and build vocabulary
Greengates School offers:
- A two year contract
- Generous local salary
- Sterling displacement allowance
- Major Medical insurance
- Annual airfare
- Rent subsidy
- UK National Insurance contributions
Applicants should email Mrs. Liliana Kuroda at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following:
- Letter of application
- Full CV with photograph
- Three professional referees with email and phone contact information (one of whom must be your current Head of School).