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Inclusion Leader Career At Braeburn School In Kenya
Braeburn School is a co-educational day school situated in Nairobi, offering the National Curriculum of England and Wales to 900 students between the ages of 2 and 18 years.
With over 80 nationalities represented amongst the student body, Braeburn is recognised as one of Kenya’s leading international schools. The school proudly operates an open admissions policy which supports Braeburn’s commitment to providing excellent academic, social and emotional development to children of all abilities.

Braeburn School is an accredited member of IAPS, CIS and COBIS.

The school is looking to appoint the following:

INCLUSION LEADER (EYFS – YEAR 8)

Qualifications For Inclusion Leader Jobs In Kenya 

  • A dynamic and vibrant Inclusion Leader is required for August 2016. This post provides an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic Primary teacher with Learning Support experience and a driven interest in coordinating and directing a motivated Learning Support team.
  • A commitment to working with students who require additional support to access the mainstream curriculum fully and a willingness to contribute to an extensive extra-curricular programme is essential.
  • Experience with teaching children with EAL, SEN and GATE would be an advantage.

Opportunities for professional development within the school are excellent.

The successful candidate will receive a two year renewable contract, medical cover, membership of the school pension scheme, accommodation and a competitive local salary.

 

   How to Apply

   Interested applicants should email their letter of application, CV, a recent photograph and the details of two referees to the Education Manager:[email protected] Applications will be considered as soon as they are received and interviews arranged for shortlisted candidates thereafter. The school is committed to safeguarding children and young people. Short listed applicants will be asked for an ICPC or the equivalent from the country of current employment, or, for locally recruited staff, a Criminal Investigations Department (CID) certificate of good conduct.

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