Position: Primary School IPC teacher

Commencement date: To be communicated (between May-July 2020)

● The Primary School IPC Teacher provides high quality education to the Primary pupils based on the Bluemoon philosophy and ethos.

● The Primary School IPC Teacher must support each individual pupil’s growth and development, encouraging them to be inspired, intellectual, independent, individual and inclusive.

● The IPC teacher must demonstrate an understanding of the wider curriculum and administration needs of the school, and achieve high standards by responding professionally, sensitively
and caringly to the needs of the pupils.
The teacher will:
•  teach a class of 12 pupils, and ensure that planning, preparation, recording, assessment and reporting meet their varying learning and social needs;
• maintain the positive ethos and core values of the school, both inside and outside the classroom;
• contribute to constructive team-building amongst teaching and non-teaching staff, parents and directors;
• manage, monitor and direct staff as appropriate.
● The successful candidate will play a key role in the development of IPC curriculum at Bluemoon International School. We are looking for a candidate who would relish the challenge of establishing the subject in a new school.

● The IPC teacher will have the responsibility for the planning and teaching of the subjects to the designated class. The teacher will ensure that the subject is delivered in a way that provides coverage, progression and continuity.

● The teacher will also be required to carry out other such duties as the Head of Primary may reasonably direct from time to time.
● He/she is expected to display the highest standards of professionalism in his/her teaching and in his/her relationships with colleagues and parents.
● The teacher must ensure that an excellent learning environment is provided for the learning of IPC, and that the students develop a positive attitude to the subject within the school.
● The teacher must present lessons in a structured and co-ordinated manner with due regard to the ability of the students and the curriculum targets of the particular year group.

The teacher will:

  1.  Implement agreed school policies and guidelines;
  2. Support initiatives decided by the Headteacher and staff;
  3. Plan appropriately to meet the needs of all pupils, through differentiation of tasks;
  4. Be able to set clear targets, based on prior attainment, for pupils’ learning;
  5. Provide stimulating learning environments, where resources can be accessed appropriately by all pupils;
  6. Keep appropriate and efficient records, integrating formative and summative assessment into weekly and termly planning;
  7. eport to parents on the development, progress and attainment of pupils;
  8. Maintain good order and discipline amongst pupils, in accordance with the school’s behaviour policy;
  9. Participate in meetings which relate to the school’s management, curriculum, administration or organisation;
  10. Communicate and co-operate with specialists from outside agencies;
  11. ead, organise and direct support staff within the classroom
  12. Undertake all reasonable duties when requested by the Senior Leadership Team:
  13. Act as a point of contact for one ‘home’ class. Undertaking the normal pastoral duties this entails.

Home-School communication
1. Make parents feel welcome and build good relationship with parents.
2. Introduce information regarding to Primary School IPC curriculum.

3. Collect information of pupils’ interests and growth from parents.
4. Stimulate pupils’ study by making use of parents’ strengths.
5. Provide consultations and support to parents’ enquiries.
6. Communicate with parents on a regular basis, as directed by the Head of
7. Attend Parents’ Meetings as required and provide accurate, honest information regarding the progress of individuals in IPC.
8. Report to the parents in the form of regular written reports, and when additionally required by the Head of Primary.
Professional Integrity
1. Be positive and build good relationship with colleagues.
2. Complete tasks on time.
3. Provide cover for absent colleagues as and when deemed necessary by the Head of Primary.
4. Play a full role in the weekly extra-curricular activities programme. The programme  will take place outside of the prescribed teaching hours, as directed by the Head of
the Primary.
5. Make a significant contribution to assemblies, and newsletters, and by so
doing highlight the work carried out by students in the subject.
6. Promote an ethos of equality and equal opportunities for all pupils within the setting.
7. Protect privacy of pupils, pupils’ families and colleagues.
8. Maintain the highest standards of care, child protection and safeguarding at all times
9. Emphasize the importance of safety and of safe methods of working in the classroom, and indeed in all areas of the College and the curriculum. Communicate to the
students that they must take a responsible attitude to equipment and materials, with which they have been provided, and that they will be punished and possibly charged
for damage inflicted upon College property.
10. Carry out duties in the Primary School as required and timetabled by the Head of Primary. This will include playtime supervision, lunchtime supervision and afterschool supervision.

11. Maintain, with the rest of the teaching staff, high standards of conduct both in and out of the classroom. Act always in a way that conforms to the school ethos and
values, and is in the best interests of the students.
12. Set high expectations and standards for the achievement of pupils and your personal performance.
13. Contribute as fully as possible to the annual calendar of school events, in whatever way possible.
Professional Development
1. Be familiar with the recent development of Primary School IPC teaching theory and practice.
2. Improve yourself through continuous study and be willing to try new ideas.
3. Be willing to accept others’ good ideas and share your opinions.
4. Frequently reflect on your work and share your experience with other colleagues.
5. Support the school Development Plan generally and in so far as it relates to IPC.
6. Attend staff meetings and briefings as and when required by the Head of Primary

Please submit CV and cover letter, together with an application letter in English and email to

 Please note that any application with missing
materials will not be considered.