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.
If you are interested in joining our dynamic and creative team please email us your CV. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Purpose of the job:
The Bilingual Reception homeroom teacher will need to work with the current Reception team in developing engaging lessons following the EYFS as well as to carry out any other duties related to teaching and learning as reasonably assigned by the Headteacher. The Bilingual Teacher is an aspiring lead Teacher.
Applicable Contract Terms & Duties
This job description is to be performed in accordance with BEK Pay and Conditions document.
Responsible to the Headteacher for his/her teaching duties and responsibilities and for teaching tasks.
Accountable to the Lead Teacher on a day-to-day basis.
Supports referral of students to EAL specialist for additional support.
The postholder interacts on a professional level with colleagues and seeks to establish and maintain productive relationships with them in order to promote mutual understanding of the school curriculum with the aim of improving the quality of teaching and learning in the school, with particular reference to the designated age group.
Planning and Organisation
Documenting student progress
Reporting to Parents