The British School
Assistant Teachers are additional supporting adults who work alongside teachers in the classroom and beyond, helping students and teachers to make better progress and to raise students’ standard of achievement. The Assistant Teacher should have the capability to develop into a fully competent teacher
Supporting the students:
supporting all students with whom they come into contact;
working with individual students to provide extra or further support; and
working with groups of students in their role as Assistant Teacher.
Supporting the teacher:
supporting group work and whole‐class work;
assessing students’ performance in all areas of learning; and
performing routine tasks, for example, planning lessons, marking work and preparing materials.
Supporting the curriculum:
Organisation of learning around all areas of the curriculum.
supporting individual students, groups or the class, while the teacher works with a group of students;
support in Information and Communications Technology (ICT);
taking groups in specific areas or levels within a subject; and
supporting specialist teachers during their lessons.
Supporting the school:
As part of the school team, Assistant Teacher can make a significant impact on the general management of
the school by helping with:
management of resources;
supervision of students out of class;
developing students’ social skills; inclusion;
supporting students with extra physical, learning or language needs;
child care and protection; and
extra‐curricular activities and visits and
Supporting areas of strategic development beyond the classroom.
Professional values and behavior
Appreciate the diversity of TBS cultures and be sensitive to the needs and perceptions of the international
Grow and develop professionally with The British School context
Show professionalism at all times with all stakeholder groups
Put the needs of students first
Understand and work to implement the school’s mission and values
Maintain high ethical standards and display integrity at all times.
This Job Description does not define all duties and responsibilities of the position and the school may assign
other tasks from time to time to help operationalise the role.
The school may review and modify or amend the Job Description as needed after discussion with the
Fresher or 2 years of teaching experience with an international school.
B Ed. Or B El Ed. qualified teacher with ability to engage students across ability ranges
Excellent written and spoken English.
Behaviour management skills.
Passion for teaching.
Ability to work in a team.
Willingness to take on added responsibilities.
Will follow teaching competencies
This Job Description does not define all duties and responsibilities of the position and the school may assign other tasks from time to time to help operationalise the role.
The school may review and modify or amend the Job Description as needed after discussion with the position holder.
The British School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo comprehensive child protection screening including but not limited to checks with past employers.
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