ICT Teacher in United Arab Emirates
Country: United Arab Emirates
Region: Middle East
Level: Ages 11-18 / Secondary
Start date: 1st August, 2017
Closing date: 11th August, 2017
This international school in Abu Dhabi is looking for an experienced ICT teacher to start in August 2017.
- Fully qualified teacher status with an internationally recognised teaching qualification.
- Previous experience in a similar role.
About the School
This well-established international school in Abu Dhabi first opened its doors in 1968 and today caters for some 1,800 students of more than 50 different nationalities, aged from 3 to 18 years old.
The school has evolved over time from a small school with a handful of students to a modern, vibrant and highly respected school. It has also undergone dramatic and extensive redevelopment in the last decade to modernise its facilities and meet the changing requirements of the British and wider expatriate community.
The school has excellent state-of-the-art facilities and resources including, separate Science labs for Junior and Senior Science, a dedicated theatre and two dance/drama studios, art classrooms, situated where they can maximize the use of natural light, bookable ICT rooms, technology rooms, including food technology rooms, two libraries, music space, with a superb co-curricular music programme and a suite of practice rooms to support it, outstanding sports’ facilities, two indoor swimming pools, several halls and auditoria.
There are numerous clubs and extra-curricular activities on offer to all children, ranging from music workshops to a lively calendar of competitive fixtures in sports such as rugby, netball, cricket, hockey and football.
They are the only school in the Gulf that is a member of all three of the prestigious associations that promote excellence in British education: The Council of British International Schools (COBIS) which accredits British schools of quality across the world; the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC), which represents 250 of the leading British independent schools; and the Independent Association of Prep Schools (IAPS) which represents the top 600 independent prep schools in the UK and worldwide.
The school follows the National Curriculum of England.