King’s Infant School - Madrid
King’s Infant School, Madrid is looking to appoint a Key Stage 1 Class Teacher for August 2017 (with potential SLT responsibility for assessment and quality assurance).
King’s Infant School opened in September 2004 in central Madrid and was established as a feeder school to both King’s College sister schools in Madrid. The school has a strong family feel and communication with parents is essential.
Currently the school has 200 students from Nursery to Year 2. The school is very popular and has an established reputation for quality assured education. The school follows British Values and also has a very international feel with 22 nationalities represented in our pupils.
Parent and pupil satisfaction is high and the school has an excellent reputation for both academic and social development within the community and afar. King’s Infant School works in close collaboration with the other King’s Schools in Madrid and further afield.
All teachers within the Group work collaboratively to ensure continuity of excellent practice as children progress through the various schools.
- A dynamic and pro-active teacher, preferably with independent sector or international experience
- Strong team player willing to support other colleagues
- Excellent working knowledge of the English National Curriculum and recent developments
- Fluency in written and spoken English
- Pastoral responsibility or experience would be an advantage
- Willingness to contribute to the wider life of the school
- No current vacancies
King’s Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be expected to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS process.
APPLY for this Position:
Contact Tom Arnold at email@example.com.
For Prospective Candidates:
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