Secondary Computing Teacher
St. George’s the British International School, Munich, Germany.
Owing to the continued growth of our school St. George’s School seeks a well-qualified teacher of Computing to work across our secondary schools, to begin in August 2021.
Having opened in September 2013, St. George’s School Munich has rapidly developed into a thriving community of around 600 pupils and 90 teachers. The school continues to grow, and as the school matures we expect to reach 800 pupils. The school’s ethos of combining an enriching curriculum with family orientated care makes the school a warm and engaging place to work and learn.
In September 2017, the school embarked on an exciting phase of its development, as it moved to a new, purpose-built campus located in the city. These premises provide first-class educational facilities for all ages and subject areas.
The National Curriculum is taught throughout the school and we offer IGCSE qualifications to pupils in our Upper School. Students in the Sixth Form prepare the International Baccalaureate Diploma.
One of a group of three schools located across Germany, St. George’s offers the successful applicant an exciting range of opportunities for professional development and growth across the school group.
The school’s new campus is located in the area of Schwabing-Freimann, to the north of the city centre. The site enjoys good access to the U6 metro line, as well as the A9 motorway.
Germany’s third largest city, and the capital of the state of Bavaria, Munich is a dynamic and vibrant cultural centre, with a large and diverse international community. Situated on the northern edge of the Alps, Munich offers a high standard of living, as well as numerous opportunities for travel and outdoor pursuits.
Munich airport is located 30km from the school, with many daily flights to the UK, and high speed rail services connect Munich to a wide range of European destinations.
We are seeking to appoint a qualified Computing Teacher to work within our team of secondary teachers. The role is to teach iGCSE and IBDP.
The successful applicant will be a dynamic teacher with experience of enabling pupils to achieve their potential. We are looking for the right balance between experience, enthusiasm and a passion for teaching that will inspire our pupils.
The secondary department covers the age range 11-18 and incorporates the curricula for Key Stage 3, IGCSE and IB Diploma. Familiarity with the British education system is therefore a prerequisite. Experience of IB teaching is preferred, but not required.
Computer Science is a core part of the curriculum for Middle School, and is taught in a well resourced Apple Mac computer suite. The curriculum teaches both functional IT skills to support our pupils globally (every pupil has a MacBook, and IT is well integrated in subjects throughout the school) as well as coding and development as the preparation for Computer Science iGCSE.
Given the growing and developing nature of the school, flexibility and the desire to support other team members is a prerequisite. A strong desire to contribute to the rich pastoral and extra-curricular life of the school will also be an advantage.
Please download our application pack for detailed information.
Only applications made through the TES online portal will be considered.
Please use the following link to submit an application,
We require additional information for your application, please upload the following documents via the supporting documents link:
1. Your passport information page or ID card
2. A copy of your degree certificate and teaching qualification.
All applicants should hold a valid teaching qualification. We consider a degree in education (e.g. B.Ed./M.Ed./Lehramt), or postgraduate teaching certificate (e.g. PGCE) as valid. English language teaching certificates (e.g. TEFL/IELTS/CELTA) are not sufficient.
Applications should be submitted by the closing date of 13th December 2020. The school reserves the right to contact outstanding applicants in advance of this deadline.
St. George’s is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant will therefore be subject to enhanced background checks.
For any inquires relating to this role, please do not hesitate to contact us directly:
Mr Christopher Lewis
Head of Recruitment
Tel: 0049 2233 808870