Emirati students at RSB study all English Curriculum subjects in English. These lessons are taught by class teachers and specialist staff. Arabic and Islamic Studies lessons are taught by our Arabic teaching team.
The successful candidates must have experience and, ideally, training in teaching children who are learning in English as their second language. They will also have an interest in tailoring learning opportunities to meet the needs of Emirati boys.
We are a fully inclusive school so an interest in and experience of teaching children with special educational needs is important.
The successful candidates will have imagination, flexibility and enthusiasm and will join a team of teachers and support staff working in a well-resourced and purpose-built primary section. They will be expected to contribute to our varied extra-curricular programme which includes sporting activities.
• UK qualified teacher status or equivalent
• Recent teaching experience in EYFS, KS1 and/or KS2
• Knowledge of current UK curriculum developments
• An interest and understanding of students working in a second language
• Evidence of outstanding practice in teaching and learning
• Ability to set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge students
• Demonstration of good curriculum knowledge
• Ability to adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of all pupils.
• Demonstrate accurate and productive use of assessment
• Effective behaviour management strategies
• Willingness to initiate and be involved in school activities
• Outstanding references
• A positive and enthusiastic approach to personal and professional development
• Inclusion skills and strategies to support educational differences in the classroom
• Commitment to being an excellent team player
• Excellent relationships with students, parents and staff
• First language English speaking
• Experience and training in teaching students working in a second language
• Recent experience in a UK Curriculum school
• Willingness to take on responsibility for the development of a curriculum area