Middle School Humanities Teacher

March 16, 2024

Job Description

Sedbergh School Fuzhou (SSF) is a new bilingual international boarding school. We have a very close working relationship with Sedbergh School UK and aim to deliver an exciting and holistic education for both Chinese and foreign students. We strive to encourage our students to be ambitious, confident and committed members of our global community and are committed to providing our students with an excellent, state of the art, educational learning environment.

SSF opened in September 2018 with a student body currently comprising 10% international and 90% Chinese students across Kindergarten to Grade 12. Our projected final capacity is 2, 700. At SSF we share the core values of Sedbergh School, UK, building on their excellent reputation and nearly 500 years of history and boarding experience. The school is in a phenomenally busy phase of growth and there are a number of exciting challenges ahead of us. Resilience, positivity and a willingness to get involved are all key.

Fuzhou Sedbergh School is fully committed to safeguarding and child welfare. Candidates must be prepared to undergo child protection screening and appropriate pre-employment checks, including ICPC or DBS for UK based staff as well as prohibition order checks. Candidates based in China will additionally be required to obtain a Chinese police clearance certificate.

Fuzhou Sedbergh School is an equal opportunities employer. If you are interested in any positions in SSF, all applications should be submitted to hr@rqss.cn. Please provide your CV detailing two references, of which one must be your most recent employer. School HR will reply to candidates within 3 working days of receiving the resume,and let the candidates know whether you have been shortlisted. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to a live interview either face to face or online.

For the new academic year, SSF is still hiring an Humanities Teacher for Middle School.

Main Academic Responsibilities:

• Planning and preparing courses and lessons; teaching students, according to their educational needs;

• Helping pupils to succeed in their learning tasks, promoting the general progress and well-being of individual pupils and providing guidance and advice to pupils on educational and social matters;

• Communicating and consulting with the parents of pupils;

• Contribute to and attend whole school community meeting, assembling and events as required throughout the year.

• To participate in the delivery of boarding provision and support the boarding task;

• To participate in marketing activities to encourage enrolment into the school;

• Offer extra-curricular activities to support the ethos and enrichment of the school’s provision.