English Language Development Teacher (ELD)

Experience and Qualifications
• Familiary with CEFr
• Desirable experience with Key for Schools, Preliminary for Schools, IGCSE ESL and/or EAL
• IBDP English B
The following is included in the professional duties that a teacher at Regent’s International School, Bangkok may be required to perform. This description should be read in conjunction with the school Professional Conduct Agreement and Staff Handbook.

Vision: To bring out the best in everyone
• Day and Boarding School with students from 2-18 years old, 640+ students, 60+ boarder’s
• Providing quality education via the English National Curriculum, IGCSE and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programmes
• IB World School, CIS accredited, Round Square Global Member, Member of FOBISIA, ISAT and BSA
• Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial, London School of Economics, King’s College, London, Stanford, UCLA are among the many universities which have offered places to recent Regent’s graduates.

• Represent and promote the subject
• To be fully committed to the Round Square philosophy of the school
• To ensure that all school policies are effectively implemented
• Be concerned for the safety, welfare and progress of pupils
• Maintain good order and discipline among pupils
• Contribute fully to the extracurricular programme of the school
• Take responsibility for a curriculum area as requested by the Head of Secondary
• Assess, evaluate and record the progress of the pupils in accordance with school guidelines
• Keep up to date with developments in education and in specialist subject areas
• To undertake responsibilities which can be reasonably expected from the Board, Principal, Head of Secondary and Deputy Head

• Plan and prepare lessons suitable within each class to the agreed scheme of work
• Mark work regularly.
• Set and mark homework according to the school’s homework policy
• Create a safe, effective and stimulating learning environment appropriate to the needs of the children

• Be available for parental liaison
• Organise and attend parental consultations as arranged by the Head of Secondary
• Prepare student reports/assessment as required and contribute to the preparation of pupil references
• Provide guidance and advice to pupils on educational, social and career matters

• Participate in meetings, as may be required
• Undertake additional tasks such as organising visits
• Ensure classroom displays are maintained and regularly reviewed and updated
• Participate in school working parties as may be requested by the Head of Secondary

Application Email: jobs@regents.ac.th

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