EAL Teachers in Malaysia
Subject: EAL / English as an Additional Language
Level: Ages 11-18 / Secondary
Start date: 1st August, 2019
Closing date: 30th April, 2019
This international school in Malaysia is looking for experienced EAL teachers to start as soon as possible.
- Fully qualified teacher status with an internationally recognised teaching qualification.
- Previous experience in a similar role.
About the School
This international school in Malaysia first opened in September 2013, offering an international student-centered programme. The School occupies a purpose-built campus located in Johor. The school offer international school programmes for Early Years, Primary and Secondary students. They currently cater for children aged 3 to 14 but will subsequently cater for students aged 15 to 18.
Due to popular demand and to offer a wider academic programme to the local community, the school also started classes in Lower Secondary of the Malaysian National Curriculum (Form 1 to Form 3) from January 2015 onwards through the setting up of Sekolah Sri. Classes in the other year groups will be offered subsequently. SST will operate alongside TIS on the same campus.
The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) comprises Nursery and Reception classes, and offers a fun, safe and caring environment for children to learn through play and exploration. In EYFS they follow the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) where the curriculum and activities for 3 to 5-year-olds are based on the Early Years’ Programme of the National Curriculum for England (UK).
Primary School students follow the IPC, which is based on the National Curriculum for England (UK) but is adapted for international students. This dynamic curriculum is being rapidly taken up by international primary schools all over the world. It follows a child-centred, thematic approach with rigorous assessment to ensure not only that each student’s progress is monitored and enhanced but also that children enjoy their schooling. External assessment at the end of Key Stage 2 (Year 6) is through the Checkpoint tests administered by Cambridge International Examinations (CIE).
The Secondary School students in the international school follow the programmes of study of National Curriculum for England (UK) appropriately modified for international students. In Key Stage 4 (Years 10 & 11), students in the international school choose from a range of courses leading to the internationally renowned and recognised qualification, the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations.
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