The British Primary School of Wilanow (BSW) is seeking to appoint an exceptional KS1 Teacher to join a forward-thinking, dynamic team in Warsaw's fastest growing international school. This role is for an August 2018 start.
The British Primary School of Wilanow offers a strong British education, founded in the National Curriculum for England and enhanced to meet the requirements of the Polish Education Ministry. It is located in the upscale Warsaw suburb of Wilanow, where old meets new and city meets country. The historical Royal Wilanow overlooks new, stylish cafes and shops as well as leafy green fields and woods.
The Primary School opened in Autumn 2014, in purpose-built accommodation on a charming greenfield site, with a handful of Nursery-age children. Numbers for 17-18 have grown to around 160 and there are waiting lists in most yeargroups. It is predicted that the school will reach 200 pupils by September 2018.
Construction will be completed on an extension to the Primary School for August 2018 and work begins shortly on an extensive sports field development.
We are strongly committed to the highest standards of education and have already hosted an Advisory Visit from the ISI Consultancy. BSW is also a Candidate Member of COBIS, and will undergo a Compliance Inspection in May 2018, which will trigger full membership. The School is an independent organisation, not a part of any group of schools.
Due to expansion, we are looking for British-qualified and experienced teachers for Key Stage 1, from August 2018. Our teachers have formed a strong team, demonstrating flexibility, creativity and flair; we need new members who are every bit as willing to play a full part in helping to develop the ethos, character and structures of an ambitious, values-based school. We have a clear philosophy of education centred on our Walk of the Lion which values Respect, Courage, Cooperation, Consideration and Noble.
Our teachers are hard working and passionate about education. They set high expectations with regards to the progress of all pupil and are effective and supportive members of the whole school team. At BSW teachers endeavour to place the school values at the heart of everything we do.
BSW has a rich programme of outdoor learning and sports and our teachers play a full part in the cultural, educational and extra-curricular life of the school.
We are seeking applicants with UK teaching qualifications (PGCE or B.Ed.) and experience of working with the English National curriculum in the UK or in an international setting. EU nationals do not currently require a work visa for Poland
The successful candidate will be dedicated to educational excellence, creative, energetic, flexible and genuinely respectful of students, staff, parents and the wider community. A subject specialism would be an advantage.
- Highly-motivated, engaged and very well-behaved children
- Excellent teaching team
- Maximum class sizes of 22
- Well-resourced classrooms
- On-going CPD and INSET to support innovative practice
- An attractive package
The package includes
- A highly competitive salary
- High quality accommodation including utility costs
- Comprehensive medical package
- Health club membership
- Tuition arrangements for dependents
Initial contracts will be for a two year fixed-term with possibility of renewal by mutual agreement.
To apply for this position, please click apply. Please address you supporting statement to the Principal and upload a CV including a recent photo. Please include the details of three professional referees, one of whom must be your current or most recent employer. Please have a look at our website, www.bsw.com.pl, to find out more about the school.
The closing date is Friday 23rd February and early application is advisable as we begin longlisting via Skype as soon as we find suitable candidates. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Shortlist interviews will be held in London on Friday 2nd March and Saturday 3rd March 2018.
BSW is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. All applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including checks with past employers and Disclosure and Barring Service checks.