An ICT Teacher is required for September 2020 in a British International School in Cairo, in its 4th year of opening, as a sister school to an extremely well-established independent school in the UK, founded in 1865. You can be sure to be joining a school with a very rich and distinguished history and certainly very proud of its academic excellence.
With very strong links to its UK school, the school follows the National Curriculum for England. Once the students reach year 11/year 12, both A Level and IB is offered in KS5, depending on which route they want to take, adding great variety to your teaching if you wish to teach both and with a maximum of 13 students in A Level / IB, you can develop fantastic relationships with students and concentrate all of your time on teaching, rather than crowd control!
With fantastic Continuous Professional Development for staff and a hugely supportive team, you will certainly be looked after and supported throughout your career with the school.
School is located in Cairo, Egypt’s sprawling capital, set on the nile river. With a population of over 20 million, its metropolitan area is the largest in Africa. With beautiful tourist attractions including the pyramids, museums, mosques, castles and popular restaurants, bars and pubs adding to its lively nightlife, you can never be short of anything to do. Or if you fancy a weekend away, you can head to New Cairo, Sharm-el-Sheikh, Alexandria or even hop on a plane somewhere further – a great hub for travel, that you can certainly take advantage of with such an affordable cost of living. Something for everyone!
You will be supported with a fantastic relocation package, which includes:
• Tax free Salary, depending on years of experience
• Initial and return flights
• Annual flight allowance
• Housing allowance
• Relocation allowance
• International Worldwide medical insurance
• Full paid tuition for up to 2 children
• Qualified Teacher status from the UK
• At least 2 years’ experience teaching ICT, in a school following the National curriculum for England
For further details, please contact Amy Collard-Gentle at firstname.lastname@example.org