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Early Years Educator

British School of Madagascar
Antananarivo, Madagascar
Shared accommodation including electricity, water and fibre-optic Wi-Fi
1 Round Trip ticket: Country of origin-Madagascar
Start date
Start September 2024
10 months
  • Early Childhood
  • University Graduate, Licensed Teacher, ESL Instructor
  • Bachelor
  • 1 year of teaching experience
  • TESL/TEFL Certificate over 100 hours
  • TEFL certification required
  • United States (USA), United Kingdom (UK), Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand


  • Fluent English speaker
  • Experience working in multicultural and multilingual settings is desirable 
  • Experience working with young children in an educational setting
  • Passionate about education and interactive learning
  • Minimum 100 hours of TEFL certification or relevant teaching credentials/license
  • £1100 per month salary
  • Salary paid through the UK PAYE system (for UK citizens with a permanent UK address only)
  • All Bank holidays and school holidays as paid leave
  • Arrangement and payment of visa documentation
  • Shared car
  • Medical cover
  • House cleaning service 
  • Access to chauffeur service 
  • End-of-year bonus worth up to 120% of a monthly salary

The British School of Madagascar, established in 2014, is a rapidly growing English curriculum school in the heart of the bustling capital, Antananarivo. 

We seek a dedicated, enthusiastic teacher to deliver Early Years curricula creatively and engagingly. 

Contracted Hours: 

  • Monday-Thursday 7:45-16:30 (1 early duty from 7:30 and 1 late duty until 16:30 per week, lessons finish 15:15)
  • Friday 7:45-15:00 (Minimum 50% of Fridays finish at 12:30)
  • Maximum of 20 hours of face-to-face teaching time per week with the rest of the time for planning, preparation, and assessment

Main Duties and Responsibilities : 

  • To deliver a curriculum based on Maths, English, and The World Around Us (lesson plans provided)
  • To maintain communication with the parents through a variety of mediums, including our Parent/Pupil Correspondence Books
  • To assess, record, and report on the development of the students in the class, in conjunction with our academic administrators and the SLT
  • To work as a part of the lower school team and carry out essential administrative duties as required by the SLT
  • To maintain a stimulating and positive learning environment
  • To set expectations for students using clear and constructive feedback
  • To deploy teaching assistants effectively to support the learning process

Wider School Responsibilities: 

  • Participate in appropriate meetings with parents and colleagues 
  • Promote proper safeguarding practices and care for the health and safety of students
  • Contribute to the development of policy and the growth of the school
  • To host 1, 45-minute after-school club per week
  • To carry out a share of supervisory duties as per published rotas
This is a Direct to School Job
This is a Direct to School Job

The British School of Madagascar is a fast-growing learning community situated in the heart of the bustling capital Antananarivo. We opened our doors in September 2014 with 20 students and 1 school building and now boast over 250 students and 5 school buildings, covering education from 2 to 18 years old.

We are a part of the small, but growing English-speaking population in Madagascar and ensure that all our teachers are well-integrated to create a strong community feeling.

Our philosophy is based on equipping students with the necessary skills to become independent-thinking global citizens of the future. We focus on a child-centred approach, immersing students in the English language and British culture.

Our mission is to fulfil the potential of each child by allowing them to learn through the world-beating Pearson Curriculum and our varied and engaging extra-curricular program.

In Madagascar, we stand alone in offering our unique curriculum that promotes excellence and the holistic development of all our students. 

This is a Direct to School Job
This is a Direct to School Job
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