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2 months ago

The school is looking to appoint a well-qualified, energetic Classroom Teacher (Key Stage 1) to start August 2023.

Candidate are expected to provide the Key Stage level they are interested when submitting the job application.

About The Role
• Responsible for the teaching of all subjects except those taught by specialist teachers according to school policies and schemes of work.
• All full-time teachers may be asked to take-on responsibility for a curriculum subject and be willing to change that area of responsibility if deemed necessary or appropriate.
• Ensure medium-term and short-term planning are undertaken in accordance with the school policy.
• Ensure that the parent portal is kept up-to-date and provides useful links for parents.
• Where applicable, work closely with parallel teacher(s) regarding termly and weekly planning, and with other staff to ensure continuity and progression.
• Ensure that the range of abilities among children is catered for by planned differentiated... activities.
• Ensure monitoring, recording, assessment and reporting are undertaken in accordance with the school policies.
• Mark work appropriately and as immediately as possible in accordance with the marking policy, giving individual feedback and encouragement whenever possible.
• In case of absence of specialist P.E. teacher, the class teacher will be expected to take P.E. lessons (excluding swimming).
• In liaison with music teacher, class teachers are responsible for rehearsing and directing children for concerts and services.
• Responsible for the pastoral care of the children in the class and ensuring good personal relationships are fostered between the children themselves and with the teacher.
• Responsible for the behaviour and discipline of children in the class in accordance with the school behaviour policy.
• Lunch daily with the children and monitor lunchtime behaviour (c/f staff handbook for procedure).
• Liaise closely with the Head Master and other staff members regarding any children for concern.
• Ensure that the classroom provides a stimulating and interesting learning environment. Displays should be changed regularly and be relevant to or the result of normal classroom work (c/f presentation policy).
• Be responsible for the organisation of all classroom resources ensuring they are accessible to children as appropriate.
• Ensure a range of appropriate reading books is available in the classroom.
• Ensure home/school reading diaries are read daily by class teacher and comments made as appropriate to ensure good communication.
• Ensure all paperwork is up-to-date and accurate (registers, profiles, health matters, etc.)
• Meet with parents as required and foster good professional relationships and communication with parents.
• Be prepared to market the school by speaking to prospective parents visiting the classroom, attending open evenings and acting as ambassadors for the school.
• Attend parents' evenings and school functions as required.
• Be responsible for care, security, and maintenance of resources and equipment in own classroom and throughout the school.
• Undertake all duties and procedures as specified in staff handbook.
• Organise a termly class assembly and occasionally lead whole school assemblies.
• Attend Parent Association events and other evening/weekend events.
• Attend staff/curriculum meetings including occasional whole school meetings.
• Participate in the appraisal process.
• Be prepared to attend INSETS (sometimes in evenings) and undertake continuous professional development.
• Be responsible for taking an after-school activity club in liaison with the Head Master.
• To be a good role model in respect of speech, dress, behaviour and care of equipment.
• Additional experience in 1 and/or more specialist fields will be advantageous (please see ‘Further Details’ below).
• This is not an exhaustive list of responsibilities, reasonable request may also be included.
• We pride ourselves across the Brighton College Family of Schools in having an outstanding staff of enthusiastic, dedicated and loyal teachers who are ‘team-players’. Staff are expected to be supportive of the College, its aims and ethos and above all, have a positive approach and a sense of humour.

Job Requirement
• Possesses 2-6 years of experience as a Classroom teacher with a British Curriculum School.
• Experienced in teaching children in an international school environment.
• Possesses Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) or Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) from a reputable school.
• Proven track record of teaching in British Curriculum, with experience in an independent /international school is preferred.
• Passionate, enthusiastic, dedicated and loyal teachers who are ‘team-players’


Brighton College (Singapore) is an exciting place to work, and it is our staff who make our community a vibrant and stimulating environment.

The academic success of the Brighton College Family of Schools is due to excellent, innovative and well-planned teaching. Above all, therefore, we are looking for individuals who foster a passion for learning and who demonstrate an ability and genuine desire to develop pupils and staff to their fullest potential.

More importantly, in the application process, we will look for candidates who demonstrate the ability to thrive within an environment that staff describe as both invigorating and refreshing. The ability to inspire children and staff, and the willingness to support the ambition, values and breadth of College-life, will be of central importance. Successful candidates will be self-reliant, resilient and adaptable and prepared to embrace working in an international environment.

Beyond this, candidates should have a strong academic record. We will look for evidence of the capacity to contribute to the broader life of the College, and for evidence of passion and enthusiasm for teaching within this age phase.

As the College grows, we are especially interested in teachers with specialisms in order to elevate further the high standards of teaching and learning which prevail. Specialist areas include Music, Drama, Art, Science, Languages (Mandarin, French), Physical Education, Humanities, English Additional Language (EAL) and Special educational needs (SEN) / Additional Educational Needs (AEN).


Brighton College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Any offer of employment will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure, / international Police checks, the receipt of satisfactory references, the College’s pre-employment medical question, relevant original ID documentation and examination certificates. The College understands that a robust, fair and transparent recruitment and selection policy plays a central role in achieving this aim.

The College is committed to ensuring that the recruitment and selection of staff is conducted in a manner that is systematic, efficient and effective and promotes equality of opportunity.

The College reserves the right to appoint a candidate to the role in advance of any deadline date, in the event that a suitable candidate can be appointed

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