Primary Teacher - Guangzhou, China - August 2022

Country:
China
Region:
School - Far East / East Asia
Curriculum:
United Kingdom
Level:
Primary-Lower (5-7), Primary-Upper (8-11)
Start Date:
01 August 2022
Initial Contract Length:
2 year, renewable
Curriculum Experience Required:
Yes - not flexible
This is a top school looking for a UK trained and experienced Primary Teacher to join them in August 2022.

Applicants must have at least two years of relevant post qualification teaching experience with the UK curriculum from either the UK or a reputable British curriculum international school. Teachers applying for this post should hold a good Bachelor's degree and PGCE (or a Bachelor of Education) with QTS. The school are looking for enthusiastic, motivated and experienced teachers who have excellent communication skills and who work well with students, colleagues and parents alike. Please ask your Edvectus consultant for the full job description.

A very competitive salary is offered plus benefits including school accommodation, annual flights and medical insurance.

This is an international school for expatriate children from about 53 different countries from the ages of 2 years old up to 18. They follow the English National Curriculum and a broad curriculum with a wide range of extra curricular activities is delivered by experienced and well-qualified teachers - mostly from the UK, and all with UK curriculum experience. There are also teaching assistants on hand to support teachers and pupils and class sizes are kept small. They have a second, brand new, purpose-built campus which opened in 2021. The school is located in Southern China in Guangzhou, the largest city in the Guangdong province.

To find out more about this amazing opportunity at a first-rate international school, please call your Edvectus consultant today.
And for more information about China please see here: http://www.edvectus.com/Content/Documents/TheEdvectusEducator.An.Introduction.to.China.pdf
Number Of Students:
1000+
Student Make Up:
50+ student nationalities - mostly Hong Kong Residents then South Korean then Australian
Regional Info:
Guangzhou is the largest city and the capital city of the Guangdong province and the third largest city in China. The city is located on the Pearl River, about 120 km (75 miles) north-northwest of Hong Kong and north-northeast of Macau. Guangzhou has a humid subtropical climate and summers are hot and wet (the monsoon season lasts from April to September) and winters are relatively mild and dry. There are about 14 million residents in Guangzhou and Cantonese is the first language for about half of these residents, while the other half speak mainly Mandarin. In recent years, the city has developed a more cosmopolitan appearance with new shopping plazas, high rise buildings, a modern metro system and landscaped parks and road sides. It's a busy, modern and lively city, but parts of the city retain a more traditional charm with restored churches, buildings and private residences. Having a major airport and being so close to Hong Kong opens up a world of travel opportunities, from short weekend trips, to longer treks around Asia in the holidays. Guangzhou really is the perfect place to base yourself in Asia! For more information please see: 25 Best Places to Visit in Guangzhou https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stK14aLj-tE Guangzhou, China https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= https://www.expatistan.com/cost-of-living/comparison/london/guangzhou http://www.edvectus.com/Content/Documents/china.pdf
Tax Rate:
Taxes typically 16-25%
Benefits:
Flights -yearly, Housing - provided, Medical or Health insurance, Tuition - free for dependants
Suited To:
Activity-typical land sporting types, Climate - warmer, Climate -moderate, Dependent children - more suitable, Urban, Westernised - highly, Women - not restrictive
Minimum Years Experience:
2.0
Curriculum Experience Required:
Yes - not flexible
Will Accept Newly Qualified Teachers:
N
Visa Restriction:
2 years post qualification teaching exp requd, Younger than 60

China is a crazy, wonderful place that is as busy & as frantic as you can imagine...it is also a land of great opportunities.Not only can you travel extensively & inexpensively throughout Asia but you can also save a great deal.We have been able to save one of our wages whilst still going on holidays & having an active social life.The children love it here & there are plenty of activities available for them to take part in.We have a close community of expat teachers & that is certainly a bonus."

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