School image

Primary EY/Primary Music/English Support

Lanna International School ThailandChiang Mai, Thailand

Due to the continued growth of Lanna International School, we are seeking to appoint an Early Years/KS1 Music and English Support Teacher to join our  team for the 2022-23 academic year. This position is well suited to an appropriately qualified educator who has the ability to work in a variety of age ranges throughout Early Years and KS1 and in a variety of curriculum areas, especially Music and English support.

We are seeking a professional who ideally is UK-trained or has relevant UK curriculum experience, enjoys a professionally-stimulating environment, can promote a well-organised and stimulating learning environment, is enthusiastic and demonstrates a positive approach to students, is committed to constant improvement of an already vibrant curriculum,has good interpersonal skills and works well in teams, possesses excellent IT skills and interests in embedding ICT into daily classroom experience, is reflective and seeks to develop his / her classroom practice and understands the value of consistent application of school policies. The successful candidate will be joining a team of dedicated and experienced Music and English Support teachers at Lanna.

The successful applicant will have experience providing deliberate and appropriate scaffolds and differentiation to ensure students can access curricula. They will possess an ability to assess and support students’ academic language proficiency and identify students' needs using standardised testing tools in order to deliver appropriate instruction in small group and co-teaching settings.

They will develop supportive and positive relationships with all members of the Lanna community and demonstrate effective and innovative teaching strategies in line with the school’s beliefs around pedagogy. They must have the ability to collaborate with colleagues in the planning process to develop stimulating and rich learning engagements

Any successful applicant must actively support Lanna’s vision and mission supporting the academic, social and emotional well-being of our students. He/she will develop supportive and positive relationships with all members of the Lanna community and demonstrate effective and innovative teaching strategies in line with the school’s beliefs around pedagogy. He/she must have the ability to collaborate with colleagues in the planning process to develop stimulating and rich learning engagements within our curriculum and understand and utilise formative assessment practices.

Successful applicants must be outstanding teachers who are passionate about developing the whole child, be up to date with curriculum developments and new initiatives promoting teaching and learning and be unrelenting in their belief of the potential of children. Applicants must be a fluent English speaker.

The position requires contribution to the school’s after school activities programme and participation in continued professional development activities to extend his/her current knowledge and practices. Furthermore, he/she must be willing to add capacity to the team through the sharing of ideas, practice and expertise. Experience in the Cambridge Checkpoint programme/International Primary Curriculum (IPC)/National Curriculum of England and Wales is preferred but not essential.

We are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, therefore all applicants must be willing to undergo rigorous child protection screening, including checks with past employers and criminal background checks.


Supporting documents

Please note that you are wholly responsible for fact checking in respect of the information provided by schools. Please also check for the latest visa and work permit requirements that may apply. Tes is not responsible for the content of advertisements or the policies adopted by advertising schools. Tes asks that all schools follow Tes' Fair Recruitment Policy.