Secondary Teacher of Economics

St George's International School LuxembourgLuxembourg

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Teacher of Economics 

St George’s International School, Luxembourg, is an inclusive international community of approximately 850 students aged from 3 to 18 years, representing over 50 different nationalities. Student outcomes have improved year on year; students last year achieving 65% 9-7 at iGCSE (39% of grades 9-8), 68% of grades A*-A at A2, and 76% of grades A-B at AS Level.

We are seeking to recruit a dynamic and outstanding classroom practitioner with a proven track record of success, a detailed knowledge and understanding of the British educational system, a passion for their subject and a commitment to ensuring the very best outcomes for the students they teach. 

Job Requirements: 

  • An inspiring professional demonstrating thorough curriculum knowledge able to teach IGCSE and A Level Economics
  • Effective classroom practitioner utilising a range of differentiation and target setting techniques

You will have:

  • Teaching Qualification - essential
  • A proven record of good/outstanding teaching
  • Experience of teaching the English National Curriculum for England and Wales

We are looking for an enthusiastic teacher of Economics, to teach throughout the key stages, including to A Level. The willingness to support an extensive extra-curricular programme is essential.

If you want to raise attainment and accelerate progress with wonderful students, committed staff, excellent resources and a forward thinking leadership team, St George’s is for you.  We offer a comprehensive induction package, in addition to a generous salary.

We offer a comprehensive induction package, in addition to a generous salary.

Please e-mail your application including a CV, cover letter and the Employment Application Form, for the attention of Mr Mark Fleet, to   

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Interviews: to be confirmed one week prior to taking place

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All applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post. This will include checks with past employers, criminal records checks from countries lived, studied or worked in as well as social media and internet checks.

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