Female Primary Teacher at Millie's British International School(MBIS)

July 11, 2024

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Job Description

As an educational establishment we pride ourselves in being able to facilitate the foundation of every child by following the British Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum which prepares the children for their all- important school years ahead and encourages them to be confident, successful, life-long learners.Job Description

We are looking to appoint creative and enthusiastic Primary Teachers for September start.
Are you an experienced Primary Teacher with growth mind-set? Do you love learning and able to share what you have learned with others? Are you able to work with pupils each day; as you explore new ideas, having fun learning with and from them? Then, our children need you!.

Job Requirements
For your application to be successful, you must meet the following criteria:

Must be resident in Ibadan within reasonable commuting distance of Jericho, Ibadan
B.Ed / B.A / B.Sc / PGDE, gained from a reputable Institution
Minimum of 3 years post Graduation Experience working in a similar role
TRCN certification is a Must
Be able to teach a full range of subject areas for this age group
Must have well developed teaching skills in the core subject areas (English, Mathematics and Science)
Be able to write legibly and willing to learn/adopt the school’s handwriting scheme
Confident in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Passionate about teaching and able to provide our pupils engaging and exciting learning experiences
Be able to produce and maintain high standard classroom learning displays
You must have excellent English Language skills (clear written, reading and spoken)
Have high expectations for behaviour, attainment and progress
Have effective classroom management skills and evidence of outstanding teaching skills
Have an understanding of the importance of pupil tracking and progress
Have thorough understanding of best practices in teaching
Have an appreciation of the importance of safeguarding in educational settings.

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