We believe that educational organisations are only as good as their people and see excellent teachers as our most valuable asset. To this end we strive to appoint teachers of the very highest quality. The selection process at British Education Korea is challenging and rigorous.
Our carefully planned induction at the beginning of each year ensures that every new member of staff is made to feel welcome from the moment they arrive. As well as induction we invest heavily in supporting staff including ongoing professional development and have developed a strong culture of peer observation and coaching.
Our contextual inquiry based approach to the National Curriculum in England(ensures that learning experiences remain fresh and meaningful. This requires the most outstanding teaching minds as well as excellent relationships with students. Our emphasis at British Education Korea on authentic learning ensures that students really come alive during lessons.
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Job Title: Mandarin Teacher
Reports To: Principal
A contracted permanent teacher makes a full contribution to the provision of a quality educational programme in the school
Complete curriculum planning for all classes
Implementation of an assessment system for Mandarin
Analysis of assessment data in order to monitor progress of individual and groups
Advice and guidance on resourcing for Mandarin
Management of Mandarin budget
Reporting on progress to SLT and parents as required
Undertakes a full schedule of teaching according to the timetable
Contributes to the development of pupils’ English and ICT skills through active demonstration of such skills as part of the formal teaching day (according to their developmental level.)
Carries out such other related duties and responsibilities as may reasonably be requested by the Principal within the limitations of the teacher’s contract
Creates a positive and stimulating academic and social environment and ensures that classrooms, furnishings, resources and equipment are respected and looked after by pupils
Ensure that pupils’ work is a focal point for displays within the classroom and that individual and group learning is highlighted
Planning and Organisation
Selects and reviews as necessary personal teaching strategies and programmes of study in line with the school’s curriculum and its objectives
Keeps a full record of all lessons in such a form that they can easily be understood by the Principal and Directors, any of whom have the right to ask to see the record
Organising and conducting school events eg. Chinese Lunar New Year
Takes part in regular departmental or team meetings to discuss programmes of study, teaching methods, assessment, equipment and materials
Carries out teaching-related tasks as requested by senior managers
Participates in year-level or subject/theme-based field trips that are relevant and add meaning to current learning foci
Supports fellow staff in a professional and collegial manner in order to further develop high quality teaching and learning that focuses on children
Advises and cooperates with colleagues in determining year-level programmes in consultation with the Principal
Contributes to the development of educational programmes in particular the extension of gifted and talented pupils or those with special learning needs
Prepares teaching resources in response to changes in the curriculum and/or its assessment
Contributes subject expertise to the development of cross-curricular activities. (e.g. Art, Music, Drama..)
Set classroom tasks that endeavor to develop child centered teaching and learning in all subjects
Contributes to and participates in formal performance review and appraisal
Takes part in professional development activities as and when requested by the Principal
Take part in self-evaluation, and target setting as an integral part of your own professional development
Maintains up-to-date knowledge of current pedagogy in early childhood education
Attend conferences and subject workshops as directed by the school in furtherance of our curriculum programme and your own professional development
Share and disseminate all information and planning with colleagues after attending such conferences
Documenting Student Progress
Assesses pupils and prepare lessons to extend and challenge pupils at appropriate levels
Consults with parents regarding their children’s progress, attending parent-teacher conferences as and when requested
Maintains student portfolios that contain annotated learning stories or narrative assessments, dated art work, class newsletters that celebrate group and individual learning and development
Disseminates regular student progress cards according to the dates stated in the school calendar
Forms part of a caring community which provides the necessary pastoral care and support for all pupils
Acts as a role model for pupils by upholding positive guidance in the academic work environment.
Ensures the safety of assigned classes and groups at all times of the day and in all situations. In this informal sense staff are always on duty, and are expected to take the initiative and keep or restore order whenever and wherever this is needed
Endeavors to provide motivation to pupils to reduce the likelihood of disciplinary problems
Undertakes school duties as defined by the Principal, attending punctually and actively fulfilling the assigned role
Disseminate Student Progress Reports as appropriate
Place orders as necessary with immediate line manager within the year group budget for resources needed to support the emergent curriculum
Monitors student attendance at school and class and reports significant patterns to the Principal
Plays a full part in ensuring that families and pupils pay attention to official communications from the school
Ensure that pupils wear the correct school uniform
Helps to fulfil the school’s aims as expressed in its Mission Statement and Philosophy and Objectives
Positively supports all aspects of school policy as laid down by the school and the Principal
Participates in weekly staff meetings as and when requested
Ensure any relevant information is also passed on to class teachers, or the Principal
Provides a good personal example to pupils in terms of attitudes, dress, comportment, manners and punctuality
Helps create a united and effective professional team by exhibiting qualities of loyalty, tact, confidentiality, reliability, enthusiasm, efficiency and hard work
Promotes respect for others
The work of a full-time teacher cannot be confined to a rigid timetable or quantified by the number of hours worked. In addition to their formal timetable, the teacher will spend whatever hours are necessary to fulfill their professional obligations and make a valid and worthwhile contribution to the total life of the school.
In general, full-time teachers should expect to have a timetabled commitment in the region of 20-25 hours per week. In addition, they may be asked to cover for absent colleagues provided that the teaching is during working hours.
The normal working day runs from 8.00 a.m.- 4.45 p.m with After School Clubs from 3.30-4.30pm. All full-time members of staff should be available on campus throughout the working day unless they have been given specific permission otherwise by the Principal and are engaged in some official activity or are ill.
Full-time members of staff are expected to support special school events.
Full-time teachers will be expected to be available for meetings and consultations for up to one week before the beginning of the academic year. They will also be expected to complete any necessary school business after the end of each term.