Junior School English Support&Learning Support Teacher(ID: 3002)

March 22, 2024

Job Description

Job Start Date: August 2024

Post-holder Qualifications, Experience – Please make sure that the following requirements are met before your application.

• At least two years post qualification experience

• Bachelor or above degree is required

• PGCE or QTS are required

About Role

We are currently seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Junior School English Support & Learning Support Teacher (Key Stage 2: Years 3-6), to serve as an integral part of the student journey to support English language acquisition for speakers of languages other than English within our inclusive setting. This role is pivotal in supporting students by engaging all stakeholders to deliver content language balanced programmes and instruction in our Junior School. This is in order to ensure academic, personal and social pathway development and entitlement for all students. Our English Support Teachers work as part of an integrated Student Support Services department which seeks to ensure all students achieve their full potential. Working as a member of a cohesive team, you will lead, support and promote an inclusive culture that is focused on growth, purpose, and a sense of belonging as part of the student experience within the mainstream classroom setting. We are seeking someone who is a highly effective and responsive leader, with significant Key Stage 2 experience and a genuine commitment to putting students first. This is an exciting opportunity for a professional with a strong commitment to leading world class English Support education.

Our School

DCB is a special place to be. The College has forged an excellent global reputation for being a warm, caring and welcoming community, and a rewarding place to work. DCB students possess a thirst for learning and are highly motivated every day. We wish to attract inspirational, talented teachers who love teaching and want to have an impact on our students. DCB is an exciting place to teach and learn. Winner of several international awards in the last few years, including the 2022 International School Award for Pathways to Continued and University Education and the 2019 International School Award for Creativity in Learning, the College is dynamic, collaborative and has the highest goals and expectations for its staff and students. The environment is one of trust and respect, with ideas bubbling from all quarters. To the right candidate, working here will be an extremely rewarding experience. DCB continues to offer teachers continuous professional learning and opportunities to grow.

Our Teaching Profile (International School)

Teach Worldwise.

Dulwich College International (DCI) is a family of leading international schools in Asia. Across our schools, we are focused on nurturing every student to have the skills and motivation to thrive in life and make a positive difference in the world – that is, to Live Worldwise. To this end, we look to recruit the very best practitioners in international education who are passionate about unlocking the potential of our students, and who will continue to grow with us as Worldwise Teachers


Live Worldwise.

Our Students have the skills and motivation to make a positive difference in the world.

Our Vision For Teachers.

Worldwise Teachers:

•  Put students first in all they do

•  Display a positive attitude, adaptability and open-mindedness 

•  Show professional initiative and perseverance

•  Are truly collaborative and display highly developed communication skills

•  Are committed to internationalism and equity

•  Are committed to sustainability and global citizenship


Worldwise teachers believe in:

•  The right of every student to be safe, supported and nurtured

•  Evidence-based and innovative pedagogy

•  Personalised and differentiated student learning

•  Setting high expectations for every student

•  Empowering students to reach their own goals

•  High levels of student motivation and engagement


A Worldwise Teacher’s Practice:

• Maximises every student’s opportunity learn

• Promotes student agency, reflection and a love of learning

• Delivers academic rigour and holistic learning

• Reveals the complex and inter-disciplinary nature of learning content

• Creates a supportive and dynamic learning environment

• Develops students’ higher-order thinking


How to Apply

DCBJ is a well-resourced school with highly motivated and academically successful students. 

Successful applicants will be enthusiastic about the ethos and values of Dulwich International. 

An attractive and competitive remuneration package will be offered to the chosen candidate.

To apply for this position you will need to include: an application letter your CV details of three referees from your current and previous employer.

Applications should be submitted through our on-line application system at: https://www.dulwich.org/careers/find-your-career

For further information please see our website at https://beijing.dulwich.org

Interviews will take place as soon as applications are received, therefore early application is encouraged. 

Safeguarding Statement


Education in Motion is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all applicants to share the same. We follow safe recruitment practices which are aligned to the recommendations of the International Task Force on Child Protection. We hold ourselves to a high standard of effective recruiting practices with specific attention to child protection. DCB Safeguarding Policy https://beijing.dulwich.org/our-college/safeguarding

Equity Diversity Inclusion Statement


Education in Motion is committed to diversity within our team, organisational practices, policies and culture. We recognise that people with different backgrounds, skills, attitudes and experiences bring fresh ideas and perceptions, and it encourages and leverages these differences to make our work more relevant and approachable. Education in Motion will not discriminate or tolerate discriminatory behaviour on any grounds such as, but not limited to, race, gender, disability, nationality, national or ethnic origin, religion or belief, marital/partnership or family status, sexual orientation, age or socioeconomic background.

Education in Motion strives to be an inclusive workplace where everyone feels a sense of belonging, has a voice, can raise concerns, and feels comfortable and confident. We expect everyone who works within to share this commitment and to act accordingly, as we aspire to best serve the Education in Motion mission and the community.





Teacher Competency Framework

TEACHING & LEARNING: Content Knowledge

ENGAGING SPACES: Supportive Environment

ENGAGING SPACES: Maximising Learning

TEACHING &LEARNING: Activating Thinking