Published: 13th June 2019 (4 days ago)
Upper Primary Teacher
Start Date: August 2019
Location: Tunis, Tunisia
Region: Middle East and Africa
Contract: 1 year
Package: Family Friendly
Salary: As per UK pay scales
Experience: Strong NQT's considered
This is a primary and secondary school, open since 2012 providing an engaging, inspirational and rounded education for children aged 3 to 19 (Early Years Foundation Stage and 5 Key Stages), following the UK National Curriculum with special attention being given to the diversity and heritage of the location. This approach offers a culturally fulfilling experience within Tunisia, whilst allowing pupils to adjust easily if transferring to other British schools, either in the UK or elsewhere.
Pupils are encouraged to develop the academic skills and personal resources that will enable them to live fulfilling lives, wherever they may find themselves, whilst engaging with the cultural diversity of our unique location for a truly international perspective.
Facilities are good including great technology and excellent sporting facilities. This is the only ASI credited school in Tunisia and considered the premier school in the region.
Tunisia is a country of huge historical significance, a centre of civilisation and a mixture of diverse cultures making it a hugely interesting location in which to live. Alongside its cultural interest, its beautiful beaches and warm climate make it a great place to reside allowing you a soft intro to life in Africa!
- UK curriculum preferred (Not essential if flexible and adaptable)
- Must be a fully qualified teacher
- Minimum of one year's post qualifying experience preferred however strong NQT's considered
- Previous EAL experience advantageous
- An Adventurous spirit and a positive approach to life!
Salary and Benefits:
- Salary as per UK pay scales (Paid NET) in a very low cost living location - superb savings potential.
- Generous Accommodation allowance
- Annual flights
- Medical cover
- Excellent Professional development
- Free tuition for dependent children