Teacher of EAL (Senior School)

Website: https://brightoncollege.edu.vn/

Salary: Competitive international remuneration package
Job type: Full Time, Permanent
Start date: 01/08/2024
Apply by: 24 January 2024

Job overview

Brighton College Vietnam is looking to appoint a Teacher of EAL (Senior School) to start in August 2024.

Located in Vinhomes Ocean Park Hanoi, Brighton College Vietnam opened its first campus in Ocean Park Hanoi in August 2023. Already over-subscribed, and with the pupil roll expected to double in 2024/5, Brighton College Vietnam has a world class campus catering for pupils from 5-18. It offers the British National Curriculum, IGCSE and in due course IBDP It is the sister school of Brighton College UK, the Sunday Times ‘School of the Decade’ and the ‘Top School for Stem in the UK’ in 2023. The exceptional facilities including awe inspiring libraries, dining halls, expansive sports facilities, cutting edge technology, a private cinema and a 500 seat theatre are only part of our story. Whilst we enjoy the best facilities of any international school in the City, we are proud of being an inclusive and diverse community that is based on the core values of curiosity, confidence and kindness as well as seeking to make pupils the very best version of themselves. We are ambitious for every learner and have an exceptional team in place to deliver this vision and ensure every single pupil is supported in this formation.

Key Responsibilities

This role will take responsibility for the oversight of EAL in the Senior School and report to the Head of EAL. In addition, the role will require the delivery of EAL and departmental teaching.

  • To be responsible for managing the programme of EAL throughout Years 7 to 11.
  • To embed, co-ordinate and monitor a continuous programme of EAL support across the different age phases (KS3 and KS4)
  • To support the process of transfer and transition of pupils with recognised EAL needs between year groups.
  • To organise the appropriate assessment of pupils when concerns are raised.
  • To oversee the most effective method of referral for pupils to ensure that learning needs are recognised and managed by the EAL department.
  • To produce and regularly update Individual Educational Plans (IEPs) for EAL pupils, in collaboration with class teachers.
  • To update the EAL Register and ensure relevant information is disseminated to staff.
  • To regularly observe pupils with EAL needs in mainstream lessons.
  • To foster and maintain strong relationships between pupils, staff and parents ensuring excellent and open communication at all times.

Delivery of EAL Support 

  • To ensure the needs of pupils with EAL are met including within mainstream lessons.
  • To plan, organise and teach pupils with EAL needs either in the classroom, in small groups or individually.
  • To keep accurate records of pupil progress.
  • To hold regular discussion with class teachers about any pupils of concern.
  • To use pupil tracking data to monitor the progress of pupils with EAL.
  • To have experience in supporting pupils for whom English is an additional language.
  • To be an inspirational teacher with high expectations of all pupils.
  • To have a passion for delivering improved outcomes for pupils with EAL needs.
  • To support teaching staff in lessons including pupils with EAL needs.

Additional Responsibilities

  • To participate fully in the wider life of the school.
  • To assist with the marketing and admissions activities of the school, including Open Mornings, prospective parent events and assessment days.
  • To liaise with other departments and maximise any opportunities for cross-curricular links.
  • To attend Parents’ evenings where necessary and write reports.
  • To take an active role in delivering after school clubs and activities.

For more information, please see the applicant info pack.

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