We are looking for a Learning Support Tutor (English as an additional language) to join our growing school.
The ideal candidate will -
1. Be qualified in teaching English as an additional language
2. Hold a CELTA / DELTA / TEFL
3. Have taught in a British school (UK or overseas)
4. Understand and believe in our school vision which is to be - a happy community school with amazing learning at its heart where pupils are empowered to make choices, engage in meaningful learning experiences and make exceptional progress.
For all staff in school we share a responsibility to ensure that children are safe and properly supervised at all times. Our school is committed to ‘amazing learning’- providing enjoyable and meaningful learning experiences so that every pupil makes as much progress as possible. Our focus is providing children with amazing learning and to be the school of choice for the community we serve.
The Aquila School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All post holders are subject to appropriate vetting procedures and satisfactory Criminal Background Checks or equivalent covering the previous 10 years’ employment history.
Job description – Learning Support Tutor
Key qualities and skills:
To be able to teach in an enjoyable, creative, and inclusive way, promoting independence, so that every child makes as much progress as possible
To be able to develop positive working relationships with all members of the school community
To be able to use initiative, be flexible, fun, proactive and positive
To be accountable for ensuring that children are inspired, motivated and equipped to make as much progress with their learning as possible through ‘real learning’
To work collaboratively, coaching, supporting and training colleagues and families
To have a positive impact on the work of the school
Key duties for all teachers include:
To ensure children are safe and well cared for at all times
To plan and deliver creative and engaging lessons, ensuring that children are actively learning throughout each lesson and that every child makes as much progress as possible
To ensure effective communication and direct the work of others, as appropriate
To lead extra curricular activities, participating and leading staff training and contributing to the establishment and development of the school community
To comply with our agreed policies and Aquila Ways
To actively engage with our school community e.g. through newsletters, informal dialogue, reporting, supporting school functions and contributing to community and marketing activities to make The Aquila School the school of choice for our community.
In addition, all staff are required to carry out any tasks required by the school or the regional office to facilitate the smooth day to day running of the school
To be line managed by the AHT (English) and Head of Secondary
Hours of work- Monday to Thursday from 7:25am to 4.15pm and on Friday’s from 7:25am to 12noon (to be in whilst the children are in school)
Holidays- as per the school KHDA approved calendar for teachers
Excellent English speaker (Above IELTS 7.5)
Unceasingly optimistic and a ‘can do’ attitude – calm kind and professional with all members if the school community
Can meet deadlines by effective planning and time management
Experience of an international school
Working knowledge of MS Office (especially Excel) and database systems
Evidence of continuing professional development
How to apply: Interested applicants can apply via Jobvite and include an updated CV which includes a paragraph titled ‘Why I am the right person for this post.’ Please note - we reserve the right to appoint a candidate earlier than the timeline given above.
About the International Schools Partnership
The International Schools Partnership (ISP) is a growing group of committed colleagues in financially responsible schools around the world, all of which aim to be the school of choice in their local area. Learning is at the heart of everything we do for our students, colleagues and parents. We are committed to getting better, all the time.
We are here to help our schools. We want them to get better. The best people to run our schools are the people in our schools. We call our way of working the ISP Framework. Our main role is as a critical friend and advisor to our schools.
ISP was founded by an experienced team of committed educationalists and commercial operators who have worked together over many years. Our growing group of private schools located in the USA, Canada, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, the UK, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Malaysia, Mexico and Peru educate children and students from 2–18 years of age. We have now expanded to 50 schools delivering multiple curricula and building on local brands and reputations with around 45,000 students and 7,000 staff located across the globe.
We believe that successful schools are the ones that put learning at the heart of everything they do, always aiming to create rounded individuals that are able to forge successful careers and lives in a rapidly changing world. Our goal is to enable our schools to be the leading school of choice in their local area. We are a truly international group working in different cultures and speaking different languages. We work across countries and cultures, too, by working with each other and with other schools and communities.
At ISP we continue to engage with schools around the world that are interested in becoming part of our global group of schools and look forward to welcoming more students and staff to the group.