St Andrews International Primary School, Blantyre Phase Leader Jobs in Malawi

St Andrews International Primary School, Blantyre Phase Leader Jobs in Malawi


  • St. Andrew’s International Primary School, an elite, forward thinking, primary school in Blantyre Malawi, is seeking to appoint an outstanding, qualified Phase Leader for a position within our Academic Staff, to begin on 1st September 2022.

    Our School

  • We are an English Curriculum school with COBIS accreditation in Blantyre, Malawi running from pre-nursery to year 6.

  • We have a firm pedagogy rooted in the belief in fully inclusive integrated approaches to SEN.

  • We believe in a child centered ethos with a focus on developing the whole child. We believe that all children should have the chance to develop something they are good at as well as discover and participate in those things that they enjoy.

  • We are ethos and values driven with these woven through all aspects of our curriculum and guiding the actions and decisions of our whole school community.

  • We have a cross-curricular approach to teaching and learning that provides a strong context and motivation for the children's learning and allows children to develop a deep understanding of the skills taught.

  • We believe in a truly inclusive school that values and develops all children to reach their potential and find enjoyment in learning and life irrespective of educational need or starting point.

    Our Country

  • The “Warm Heart of Africa” with a legendary welcome!

  • An unrivaled combination of Lake, Landscape, Wildlife and Culture in one of Africa’s most beautiful countries.

  • The “Lake of Stars” - Lake Malawi - home to some of the rarest and most beautiful fish in the world and surrounded by tropical beaches.

  • Big 5 Game Parks that offer safari and wildlife sightings in genuine wilderness areas.

  • Stunning scenery offering awe-inspiring views.

  • A rich cultural mix with vibrant markets, colourful singing and dancing
    and UNESCO world heritage sites.

    Our Requirements

  • Fully qualified teacher status (Internationally recognised) with a minimum of two years teaching experience in the delivery of a English-style curriculum.

  • Proven track record of being an outstanding classroom practitioner.

  • Ability to positively lead a team in the school being accountable for both pastoral and academic progress.

  • Evidence of positive, team/whole school impact following a project you have led.

  • Extensive experience of working with children who have a special educational need.

  • A positive personal ethos and a proactive approach to education in the British-style.

  • Exquisite communications skills that use a variety of in person and online strategies that engage our whole school community.

  • The willingness to work hard and collaboratively to achieve the aims and objectives of the school as a whole and deliver a world-class education.

  • The willingness to adapt to change and new initiatives as and when they arise.

  • The ability to act as a role model for all our children and junior members of staff.

  • The personal drive to expand good teaching practice outside the boundaries of our school, in line with the school’s ambitious vision to make St Andrew’s synonymous with the development of high quality education throughout Malawi.

    How to Apply

  • For more information and job application details, see; St Andrews International Primary School, Blantyre Phase Leader Jobs in Malawi


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