primary pe teacher - tokyo

10 April 2019
the far east team, teachanywhere
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Primary PE Teacher
Start Date: August 2019
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Region: Far East and South East Asia
Experience: 1+ years post qualification experience
Curriculum: UK Early Years Foundation Stage and USA Stage guidelines
Salary: Competitive salary, dependent on experience.
Sponsorship: Single Teachers.
Contract: 1 year (renewable)

School Vision/Ethos: This is a well respected school in the heart of Tokyo, offering an international education to students from over 25 different counties, aged 16 months to 11 years. The curriculum has been developed to cover educational standards from both the UK National Curriculum and US Common Core States Standards, as well as reflecting IB underlying principles. The schools aim is to nurture curiosity and love of learning in all of their students.

The school is ideally located in front of Yoyogi Koen, Tokyo's largest metropolitan park. Classrooms overlook the park and are bright and spacious. School facilities include a library housing more than 1500 books, computer terminals, an outdoor playground and a gym with basketball hoops, balancing beams and various other Physical Education equipment.


* You should have a Bachelor of Education or equivalent with at least 1 year of post qualifying
* Experience in UK and/or US curriculum is highly desirable
* Flexible, demonstrating the initiative to work independently, as well as the ability to communicate and interact with the wider school community.
* Should have a warm nature, committed to the wellbeing of students, and families.
* There may be one, two or three teachers in the class, therefore communication, respect and professionalism are vital in all working relationships within the school.
* The school is quite conservative and the majority of the parents are senior executives or CEO's of multinational corporations or diplomats. Parents have high expectations and the school requires a high standard of professionalism from their staff.


* Competitive salary
* Housing aids (depending on candidates' status of certification)
* International health care provided.
* Flights are not provided


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