Primary Homeroom Teacher
Teaching and learning
To teach and educate students according to guidelines provided by the Cambridge International and National Curriculum Framework under the overall guidance of the competent education authority.
To implement and deliver an appropriately broad, balanced and relevant curriculum of Cambridge International for primary subjects to students, including English, Math and Art.
To monitor and support the overall progress and development of students.
To facilitate and encourage a learning experience which provides students with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential.
To contribute to maximizing of student attainment.
To share and support the school’s responsibility to provide and monitor opportunities for personal and academic growth.
1. Create a lively, communicative atmosphere in class which is conducive to teaching and
2. Encourage diligence, organisation, responsibility, self-reliance, co-operation, teamwork,
honesty, understanding and tolerance in students.
3. Plan, deliver and evaluate lessons, maintaining up-to-date records and forward plans,
and delivering the records and plans for regular inspection to the Head of Primary as requested.
4. Monitor the attendance of students at lessons and ensure that they are doing, to the best
of their ability, classwork, homework and coursework, and that it is up-to-date and marked.
5. Review student progress and, where appropriate, seek help for students with perceived
6. Review student progress and in the case of behavioural or educational problems
communicate these as appropriate to the Head of Primary or Principal - communication
with parents to be sanctioned by the Head of Primary or Director in such cases.
7. Monitor compliance with School rules and dress code regulations.
8. Organise resources in advance, issue textbooks and other resources, keeping records and
collecting back at the appropriate time.
9. Maintain and improve personal standards of teaching, sharing ideas with other staff, and
remain abreast of developments in their own subject and education generally.
10. Write, supervise and mark tests and exams as appropriate.
11. Attend assemblies, meetings, presentations and events, including on
Saturdays, if necessary.
12. Attend and support School activities as reasonably requested by the administration.
13. Complete reports as required.
14. Liaise and maintain close communication with other members of staff and, in
conjunction with them, to organise trips as necessary, to review text books and other
resources, advising the library as appropriate, to maintain records of text books and
other resources, to assist with setting/streaming as necessary, to review syllabuses and
contribute to the design, evaluation and development of departmental and/or Year
curriculum, schemes of work and policy.
15. Cover for absent colleagues when necessary.
16. Undertake other tasks and duties as reasonably requested by the Director.
17. Avoid doing or saying anything that is detrimental to the reputation of the School or its
18. Take a daily register of student attendance and use School Management and Learning System (SMLS) regularly and actively.
Participate in relevant meetings with colleagues, parents and be involved in links with external agencies as part of curriculum enhancement, including extracurricular activities and off-site visits.
Review your own professional development and maintain professional standards.
Coordinating ICT Safety, including all aspects of e-safety.
Teachers will teach students of different levels of achievement
Excellent subject knowledge
Awareness of the current issues relating to the developments of teaching English, Math and Art in international schools.
Excellent spoken and written communication in English
Proven teaching experience at primary level is essential
University degree in primary education, pedagogy or related areas.
English language qualification (IELTS 7.5 or iBT TOEFL 102 is a plus for non-native speakers)
Enthusiasm and passion for science and the ability to convey this to students
A reflective practitioner; ability to self-appraise and manage continuous professional self-development
In addition, candidates should also have the following competences: inspiring leadership, confident in teaching their subject and engaging each student in learning, intercultural skills, responsible for themselves, responsive to and respectful to others, reflective as learners themselves, developing their practice, innovative and equipped for new and future challenges, engaged intellectually and socially, ready to make a difference.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to:
- deliver a demo class
- sit the exam in the related subject
Application deadline: by 15th June.