Junior School Class Teacher
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All teachers are subject to the conditions of employment set out in their
Teaching Contract. This details the professional and particular duties
required of teachers, together with benefits provided by the College.
The duties of a Junior School AEN Teacher at Dulwich College Suzhou are as
• To ensure that students with identified AEN have the support they
require both within the classroom and when withdrawn for additional
support to make progress in learning and development.
To act as a first response when a concern is raised about a child, making informal observations of the child to support identification about whether further support is required.
To arrange timetables for the AEN provision, enabling all needs to be met.
To provide training for teachers across all subject areas, supporting everyone’s development and understanding of how to support pupils with AEN.
To arrange assessments to support the identification of individual needs as required.
To organise the budget for AEN each year, ensuring that required resources are available as required within the school.
To participate in regular pupil progress meetings, using these a way of identifying further concerns with pupil learning.
To write and regularly review an action plan for AEN, ensuring that this fully links with and supports the school improvement plan in DUCKS.
To ensure that children on the AEN register have an IEP, targets on which are agreed with parents and teachers. These should be reviewed as regularly as possible (minimum twice per year).
To meet with class teachers as required, to discuss pupils of concern and decide appropriate methods of support forwards.
To work alongside the DUCKS and JS school councillor, as well as the AEN Teacher in JS and SS, meeting regularly to discuss individual students and ensure that all needs are being met.
To meet regularly (every week) with the Heads of DUCKS to ensure that key messages and actions are shared regularly.
• Ensure that safeguarding, health and safety, and all other College policies
are known, understood and embedded into practice;
• A degree and recognised teaching qualification, postgraduate
Diploma/Higher degree in education is preferred
Evidence of relevant continual professional development
A minimum of 3 years classroom experience
Skills and Experience
Detailed knowledge and understanding of the curriculum
Awareness of current pedagogy and curriculum development
An ability to promote each student’s learning through constant
formative assessment within the classroom
Effective use of ICT in all aspects of learning and teaching
Understanding and commitment to safeguarding students
Involvement in co curricular programmes
Experience of working in an international school is preferred
Experience of teaching inquiry, and having a good understanding of what
this means/ looks like in the classroom is preferred
Passionate about working with children and an ability to engage them in the process of learning
Ability to listen to others (children, parents and colleagues) always showing respect for their ideas
An understanding and excitement about working with people from all around the world
Patience and flexibility in the work place, always showing willing to try new things
Ability to proactively solve issues that arise
Ability to communicate effectively and positively with everyone in the
Competitive salary scales， depending on the experience and academic background
Housing is on a scale from single to family :76k to 108k
Airfare is about 12k per adult, children percentage of that by age.
Up to 2 children's education