Come and teach at the top of the world! We are seeking kind and inspiring teachers who enjoy being part of a collaborative and supportive learning community.
Salary: competitive including annual flights, comprehensive medical cover, housing, freight allowance and gratuity.
The British School, Kathmandu is a not for profit, non-selective, coeducational school. Around 550 students from Early Years to Year 13 attend school in our unique campus in the historical area of Patan, surrounded by the Himalayan mountain range. Our community consists of families from over 40 different countries and together we help develop young people who strive for excellence and are kind, through an emphasis on challenge, creativity, confidence, compassion, and community.
Our educational framework reflects our international community, with students following the International Primary Curriculum and an adapted form of the UK National Curriculum, leading towards international GCSEs and A Levels. Our students achieve excellent results, consistently well above UK averages, but more importantly, they are kind and a delight to teach. Our most recent BSO inspection summarised our school as providing “an outstanding quality of education and demonstrating an exceptional flexibility in meeting the learning and personal needs of its students.''
Kathmandu is a bustling, colourful and vibrant city within a country containing eight of the world’s ten highest mountains, making this an explorer's paradise; highly attractive to those interested in adventurous outdoor activities. It is rich in culture and history and is a safe place to live and work. The cost of living is low and with pay scales above those in the UK, coupled with generous benefits, our teachers live well, save well and are able to avail of high-quality holiday experiences in the region.
The school is a founder member of the Federation of British International Schools in Asia (FOBISIA) and a fully accredited member of the Confederation of British International Schools (COBIS).
Please submit a letter of application, application form, photograph & CV to Brian Platts, Principal, The British School, Kathmandu by Friday 15th November 2019 (early applications are encouraged). This can be completed and submitted either through our dedicated online application system: https://teachapply.com/tbskathmandu/application.php?emp=1105&pos=131 or you can send your documents directly to the school via: recruitmen firstname.lastname@example.org where you can also re quest an application form (also available on the School Website).
Initial skype interviews will take place until Friday 22nd November, with short listed candidates invited to interview in London between Monday 2nd and Friday 6th December.
The British School Kathmandu is committed to safeguarding children and young people. All post holders are subject to appropriate vetting procedures, including checks with past employers, a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service check, a Prohibition Order Check and the successful application of an ICPC (International Child Protection Certificate). Our safeguarding and safer recruitment policies are shared with all prospective candidates.
TBS does not discriminate with regard to race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, political opinion, or disability.
The British School Kathmandu