Elementary 4-6 (ages 9-11) Class Teacher

Elementary 4-6 (ages 9-11) Class Teacher

KAMPALA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, UGANDA (KISU)

KISU is an established, well-regarded and vibrant international school in Kampala. We are CIS/NEASC accredited and an IB World School with over 500 students aged 2 to 18 years from 52 countries. We offer the National Curriculum for England, IGCSE’s and the IB Diploma Programme. We are blessed with great students, committed teachers and world-class facilities, located close to the centre of the city. The IBO recently praised our “learning environment based on understanding and respect”, while CIS commended our “purpose-built facility designed to support high quality teaching and learning”.

We are looking for well-qualified, enthusiastic and committed primary school teachers to join our team in August 2017. The successful candidate should have experience of teaching the English National Curriculum.

If you: design and facilitate engaging, child-centred learning; if you are passionate about teaching and willing to both share, and learn from, best practice; if you would relish the opportunity to work with great students in a world-class learning environment; then we'd love to hear from you. Uganda is a very beautiful country with a reputation for economic and political stability and for welcoming visitors and Kampala makes an excellent base from which to explore the wonders of the region from the Mountain Gorillas of western Uganda to the historic treasures of Zanzibar. For a sense of what our school is all about, please visit www.kisu.com.

Applications should be emailed to: recruitment@kisu.com and should reach us by no later than May 26th. Please include a CV, photograph and the contact details of three professional referees (including email contacts). The successful candidate must be willing for us to undertake rigorous safeguarding checks. Interviews for shortlisted candidates will be held in London in January or earlier on Skype.

Kampala International School Uganda: ‘Educating today’s children for tomorrow’s world’