Early Childhood Class Teacher
Southbank International School is London’s leading IB world school. With over 70 nationalities, our beautiful Hampstead campus educates 210 children from the ages of 3 – 11. We are currently looking for an excellent class teacher to join our Early Childhood (ages 3 and 4) teaching team from August 2018. Experience of Early Years and lower Primary teaching essential.
With a liberal ethos, an emphasis on academic excellence and a commitment to the values of the IB, Southbank offers the opportunity to further extend your teaching and learning skills in a friendly, supportive but hard-working team. We offer excellent professional development opportunities linked to our well-developed appraisal programme which provides all teachers with regular feedback. We want all our teachers to develop professionally and to help develop the school. We are particularly interested in candidates able to demonstrate outstanding teaching and learning practice informed by educational research.
All our teachers offer a termly extra-curricular activity which should motivate, excite and interest children.
Applications from PYP teachers or teachers with international teaching experience are particularly welcome.
The School is unable to offer Tier 2 sponsorship for this role. Please ensure that you already have the legal right to work and reside in the UK.
To apply for this role please complete the application form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org Please note we do not accept CV’s for this role. Further details regarding the role can be found in the candidate brief.
Closing date for applications 21 May 2018.
The job holder’s responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young persons for whom they are responsible, or with whom they come into contact, will be to adhere to and ensure compliance with the relevant Cognita Safeguarding: Child Protection Policy and Procedures at all times. If in the course of carrying out the duties of the role, the job holder identifies any instance that a child is suffering or likely to suffer significant harm either at school or at home, they must report any concerns to the School’s Child Protection Officer/Designated Safeguarding Lead or to the Principal, or make a referral directly to the local child protection authorities.