Vision : Empowering pupils to become confident, compassionate and internationally minded learners.
We seek to appoint a teacher of French ( KG - Year 6) for August 2020. Specialist teachers at Ambrosoli International School deliver high-quality teaching and are focused on improving the standards of learning and achievement of all pupils, while ensuring high standards of pastoral care and the effective use of resources. If you are a dynamic, flexible and ambitious professional with a passion for and a real commitment to a holistic education, then this could be the school for you.
Ambrosoli International School is one of the leading primary international schools in Uganda offering the EYFS, English National Curriculum and International Primary Curriculum (IPC) to students in Early Years and Primary. Our vision perfectly captures the ethos of this unique ' boutique ' school where children thrive in a nurturing yet challenging environment, able to acheieve the best possible outcomes and to flourish as individuals during the experience. Ambrosoli is proud of its diverse population of children and teachers, its strong sense of community and support from its Ugandan and international families
Ambrosoli is accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS), IPC and is a member of the Association of International Schools in Africa (AISA) offering opportunities for professional growth.
Ambrosoli is located in a quiet, residential neighbourhood in Kampala.
Ambrosoli International School seeks an exceptional, well qualified and experienced French teacher to join our team in August 2020.
The successful candidate will demonstrate a dynamic and creative approach to teaching and have the necessary skills and vision to enhance learning and teaching in the primary school. Ambrosoli is an inclusive school with a high proportion of EAL learners,therefore, candidates should also illustrate a capacity to help all of our students to achieve their best. A willingness to contribute to the thriving extra curricula life of the school is also required.
familiarity and experience of teaching French to Early Years and Primary age children using the national curriculum of England as a foundation
graduate with qualified teacher status ( or equivalent)
enthusiastic and innovative teacher with a genuine passion for teaching, who can motivate and inspire students using a variety of strategies;
works as a member of a team in a collaborative manner;
understands inquiry and play based approaches to learning;
committed to contributing to a holistic approach to education
is enthusiastic about opportunities to be involved in the extra curricula life of the school
promotes an enjoyable, well organised and inspiring learning environment
reflective and continually strives to improve performance
confident in sharing classroom practice, educational theories and ideas with their peers
experience of teaching in schools using the IPC
2 years experience of working at an international school
We will provide:-
A salary commensurate with qualifications and experience and the cost of living in Uganda
An initial 2 year contract
Standard benefits for international teachers including medical insurance ( details available for short listed candidates)
A professionally stimulating and supportive working environment
The opportunity to live and work in a culturally diverse community
Application process - please complete the online form. In addition please send a letter of application, addressed to Amanda Dickson ( Head of School), to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your letter is an opportunity for you to tell us about you as a creative and dynamic teacher and your experience of teaching French in primary schools. It should also include your ideas and thoughts about educating young people in the 21st Century.
Short listed candidates will be contacted by the Head of School in early January and Skype / face to face interviews arranged ( depending on the applicants current location) shortly thereafter.
Ambrosoli International School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be prepared to undergo stringent child protection screening including references and checks with current and past employers and enhanced DBS and local / international police checks.