King’s Group is seeking to appoint a Kindergarten Teacher for its new school in Frankfurt, Germany.
King’s Group is an international education organisation. We own and operate a network of British international schools and UK Academies, and complement this with services providing children’s Academic Year Abroad programmes and Summer Courses, Adult Training and Catering Services.
Our school network is one of the most established in the world and currently covers the UK, Europe and Latin America. In recognition of its success the UK Government also awarded us Multi-Academy Trust sponsorship status allowing us to manage state schools in England. With more than 45 years’ experience, King’s Group has nearly 1000 employees across the globe, educating more than 5,500 students at any one time.
Our mission is to provide high quality British education that delivers a transformative learning experience to all our pupils.
Engaging and effective teaching based on our core values and the best, most up-to-date UK educational practice enables children at our schools to achieve their academic ambitions and lifetime careers. At the same time we nurture their individual talents and emphasise the importance of educating the whole child with attention to their physical, emotional and social development.
We are determined to make a positive difference to the future of our pupils and their families, and the careers of our staff, as well as contributing to the wider community.
King’s College Frankfurt will open in August 2018.
The Post: Kindergarten Teacher
We are seeking to appoint an inspiring and innovative person, English native level speaker and qualified as Kindergarten teacher in Hessen for our new King’s School in Frankfurt, Germany.
The school is located in northern Frankfurt in the residential town of Friedrichsdorf, approximately 20 kilometers from the city centre and is designed to hold approximately 500 pupils and will eventually cater for children from the age of 3 years old (Nursery), through to 18 years old (Year 13). At the moment, the school offers places to children between the ages of 3 (Nursery) and 10 years old (Year 5). As these pupils progress through their academic journey, the school will expand to cater for pupils up to 18 years old.
At King’s College our pupils study in the English curriculum, which is renowned globally as being the gold star of educational systems. Pupils learn through hands-on practical experiences, that aim to enrich the whole child’s growth. A British education gives our alumni the best opportunities to work in challenging and interesting careers all over the world. We believe that the fundamental values that they learn while at King’s College will also help them to have happy and fulfilling family lives.
In the first year the school will operate as an Infant and Primary school.
The school will open with pupils age 3 (Nursery) to age 10 (Year 5). As the school grows it will eventually educate pupils from Nursery to Year 13 (age 18).
The curriculum of the new school will be based on the English National Curriculum and will allow pupils to study a wide range of subjects. These studies will culminate in students undertaking IGCSE, and A Level examinations, which will prepare them to be able to enter the best universities in the world.
The EYFS Teacher will assist all pupils to develop emotional security, self-belief and mature social skills, assist all children to develop a love of learning and an excitement about coming to school each day and recognise the unique child and plan for their development using both the indoor and out-door curriculum
We offer a highly attractive remuneration package including relocation services, healthcare cover and provide opportunities for professional development within the group.
The closing date for completed application form is 25/05/2018
To find out more about King’s Group, visit http://kingsgroup.org/
King’s Group is committed to the safeguarding and welfare of our children. This post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check. Identity, right to work in the EU and qualifications will be requested in the interview.