Dual Language Bilingual Teacher / Maths Class Teacher
Head of Year / Head of Phase/ Head of Dual Language
Our Prep School is looking for an experienced candidate to fill the position of Dual
Language Bilingual Teacher. We are looking for candidates who is innovative, creative,
and problem solver, who understand collaboration and the importance of meaningful
relationships to strive for excellence in both their own professional development and for
first class provision for all of our children. Successful candidates will have strong
emotional intelligence and teamwork spirit and the energy, experience, as well as passion
to help realize their own and our aspirations. The candidate should be culturally sensitive,
value-driven and of personal integrity, accountability, and credibility.EDUCTION
• Bachelor degree or above
• Teaching Certificate
• Major in Chinese, Math or Science
• Native Chinese speaker and fluent in English
• A minimum of 2 years work experience in teaching Chinese language or Math in
a public school, bilingual schools or international school in the primary phases
• Be able to develop curricula and compare the curricula of different countries
• Be able to assess pupil interests, needs and developments
• Open, proactive, creative, patient and caring
• Global mindset and a deep understanding of Chinese culture
• Proficiency in Microsoft office suite
• Cross-cultural work experience is preferred
• Be familiar with the recent development of Primary Mathematics/Chinese
teaching theory and practiceTEACHING AND LEARNING
• Assume shared responsibility for the overall care and wellbeing of a class of
students, doing so alongside a foreign class teacher.
• Implement effective co-teaching strategies to draw on the expertise of both class
teachers and enabling effective differentiation of instruction.
• Model and guide all pupils in realising the Wellington vision statement, values, and
• Deliver creative, engaging, and well-planned lessons；Flexibly group pupils within a
class to provide more tailored support
• Establish and reinforce routines, including through positive reinforcement, to create
an effective learning environment.
• Complete teaching plans on time and to a high standard; setting goals that challenge
and stretch pupils; work closely with colleagues to develop an understanding of
• Participate actively in collaborative meetings; proactively extend this collaboration
beyond identified meeting times.
• Regularly assess the pupils’ work following the school marking and feedback policy,
by means of formative and summative assessment.
• Complete planning and assessment tasks as directed by the head of dual language,
the year head and the heads of phase.
• Communicate with the foreign class teacher, head of dual Language, the heads of
years and the heads of phase regarding any student whose progress or behaviour
gives cause for concern.
• Monitor and evaluate constantly the effectiveness of teaching, maintaining good
standards of practice and ensuring progression.
• Participate fully in the staff appraisal system, with classroom observation of
colleagues and a willingness to be personally observed within the classroom.
• Provide opportunities for the community to be involved in pupils’ success.• Submit books, records or planning as required to further enhance shared practice by
colleagues or members of the leadership team.