- Licensed Teacher
- 2 years of teaching experience
- Education Art
- Teaching Credential/License
Knowledge, Experience and Profile
Required Qualifications / Skills:
- A relevant degree (BSc) and professional teaching qualification is essential
- A passion for Art and the ability to share this with as wide a range of pupils as possible
- Excellent subject knowledge and an interest in current developments in Art
- Bilingual fluency in written and spoken English to enable effective communication with pupils and in working relationships
- Knowledge of A-level/GCSE/IGCSE curriculums, their delivery and assessment
- The desire to put the wellbeing of each pupil at the heart of what they do
- Excellent inter-personal skills
- Honesty, integrity, compassion, flexibility and a good sense of humour
- Strong organizational, self-management and problem-solving skills
Desirable Qualifications / Skills:
- Experience teaching A-level (or equivalent) in your subject specialism
- Experience teaching the Cambridge International Examinations IGCSE Art
- Experience teaching and mentoring EAL students
- Annual Home Leave Flight Allowance for self and eligible dependents.
- Housing Allowance provided on a monthly basis.
A well-qualified teacher of Art with at least two years’ experience of teaching at Senior / High School level (UK Key Stages 3-5 or equivalent).
Key Responsibilities Curriculum:
- To teach Art (and General Art) within the Art department.
- To work with the Head of Art and other staff on the development of schemes of work, helping to build opportunities for:
- Ensuring progression among all learners
- Active learning and engagement
- Assessment for learning
- Meeting the needs of all learners, specifically through language support
- Enrichment and external links
- To maintain up-to-date records of pupil progress across all aspects of performance
- To ensure that your pupils make good or outstanding progress in Art
- To deal effectively with behaviour, attendance and punctuality issues
- To carry out the regular assessment and marking of pupils' work, according to the departmental and whole school assessment and marking policy
- To keep records of student attainment and progress
- To monitor student achievement against school and national data at individual student and teaching group level, and to take action to improve achievement and combat identified under achievement
- To carry out assessment and feedback
- To attend relevant meetings
- To undertake any other duties as reasonably requested by the Master or Head of Art
- To contribute to areas of departmental development as a member of the Art team
Guidance & Welfare:
Where appropriate, act as a form tutor, fulfilling the following functions:
- To take overall responsibility for monitoring tutees’ academic and wider progress and development, acting in line with school policies in this area;
- To review progress and support pupils in target setting and action planning;
- To ensure that all pupils are valued and treated according to the aims of the school
Wellington College China is a partner of Wellington College in England. It has five schools and two nurseries in China, all in exciting, international cities. Our schools provide an outstanding education for 2,150 local and international children aged between 2 and 18 years old.
Success in public examinations is important and we celebrate it. However, at Wellington College, excellent exam results and great university destinations, in the UK and worldwide, are only part of the picture. We want our pupils to be the very best people that they can be: to be kind, to have integrity in their actions, to take responsibility when necessary, to have respect for their environment, for others and themselves, and finally to show courage when needed. The Wellington values frame the way we think about what it is be a Wellingtonian, including the ways we work and what we hope to become.
Our Huili Schools combine Wellingtonâs holistic, British approach to educating the whole child, with the enduring strengths of the Chinese curriculum and focus on learning. We talk about giving our pupils the best of both worlds. Half our lessons are in English and half in Chinese. Half our teachers are English-speakers and half are Chinese. It is our desire to imbue every pupil with our five core values: courage, integrity, respect, kindness and responsibility. We encourage and expect our Chinese pupils to develop the Wellington identity: to be inspired, intellectual, independent, individual and inclusive.
Huili School Shanghai
Huili Nursery Shanghai
Huili School Hangzhou
Huili School Nantong
Tianjin International School