Southbank International School is the London‘s leading IB World School and part of the Cognita worldwide group of schools. Our small friendly primary campus based in Hampstead is looking to recruit the following staff to join our hard-working and creative PYP teaching team for 2018-19. Southbank is committed to a liberal ethos, academic rigour and the values of the International Baccalaureate.
This is a key role in school to actively promote inclusion and accessibility across our diverse and transient student population from the age of 3 – 11. The role will include working as part of our wider student support team as well as supporting individual children and their families. Candidates need to understand the UK SEND Code of Practice as well as the needs of international and multilingual students. A holistic approach to the development of the whole child is essential.
For further details, please download the Candidate Brief
The School is unable to offer Tier 2 sponsorship for this role. Please ensure that you already have the legal right to work and reside in the UK.
To apply, please send a completed application form to email@example.com. Please note that we will not accept CV’s for this role.
Closing date for applications: 09 03 2018. (NB Interviews may take place before this date should an excellent candidate be identified early in the application process so interested candidates are advised to apply as soon as possible).
The jobholder’s responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young persons for whom they are responsible, or with whom they come into contact, will be to adhere to and ensure compliance with the relevant Cognita Safeguarding: Child Protection Policy and Procedures at all times. If in the course of carrying out the duties of the role, the job holder identifies any instance that a child is suffering or likely to suffer significant harm either at school or at home, they must report any concerns to the School’s Child Protection Officer/Designated Safeguarding Lead or to the Principal, or make a referral directly to the local child protection authorities