The International School of Monaco is seeking to appoint an experienced and motivated Learning Support Teacher (Primary School) with a commitment to excellence and a passion for working with children who require intervention strategies for learning challenges.
This position is available from 22nd August 2024.
The candidate will have high expectations of student learning and behaviour and will join a caring and experienced team. He/She will have the opportunity to work with a dynamic and supportive team of reflective teachers who are fully committed to academic excellence within a supportive environment.
ISM and King’s College School, Wimbledon are “sister schools”, with day-to-day interaction taking place between staff and students at both schools and the sharing of outstanding practice in all areas. ISM has high aspirations to become a centre of educational excellence in Europe, and this unique collaboration gives ISM an opportunity to work alongside, and learn from, the very best.
ISM is an ambitious school that places a major emphasis on professional development and personal growth. High academic expectations are mirrored by established and proactive approaches to physical and mental wellbeing.
If you are suitably qualified, believe in the value of an international education and are looking for a school where “the focus is on students and their learning,” we look forward to receiving your application.
The successful candidate will have:
- a passion for teaching diverse learners with a range of strengths and challenges
- a commitment to the ISM Values and Learning Principles
- strong knowledge of early literacy and numeracy acquisition and development
- a range of multi-sensory and diverse teaching strategies using instructional supports
- a commitment to collaborative planning and teaching
- confident specialist knowledge to identify, assess and support a range of learning difficulties
- experience supporting students with a diagnosed learning needs
- experience in demonstrating and developing growth mindset tendencies
- a genuine interest in personal growth
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate experience and skills in:
- designing and monitoring interventions
- planning and implementing individual learning plans
- communicating effectively with colleagues and parents
- supporting the social and emotional wellbeing of students
- a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from a respected university
- recognised teaching status
- diploma or specialised trainings in Additional Education Needs (SEN)
- previous experience in a Learning Support role is advantageous
- experience working in a PYP context is advantageous
How to apply:
Please send your letter of application, along with curriculum vitae and application form to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The ISM is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.