St Andrew’s School EYFS & Key Stage 1 Coordinator Jobs
St Andrew’s, Turi, is one of the most prominent international schools in
Kenya and has an outstanding reputation throughout Africa.
Founded as a Preparatory School for the children of expatriates in 1931, it has grown to comprise both Preparatory and Senior Schools and to welcome children of over 25 nationalities, the majority of whom are now African.
St Andrew’s has a strong Christian foundation and ethos, which define and govern
the nature and work of the School today. While children from all faith backgrounds
are welcome, the School’s Christian character is clearly evident in its underlying
educational philosophy and practice.
The School’s vision is to be the leading school in East Africa, preparing selfdisciplined, confident and compassionate pupils who live and lead with integrity.
It is fully coeducational and boarding, teaches the British curriculum and sends pupils
to universities in the UK, America, Australia and many other parts of the world.
Specifically at the Prep School, the British curriculum is taught from EYFS to Year 6,
and currently Common Entrance in Years 7 to 8. The majority of pupils move from the Prep School to the Senior School, though a significant minority also go on to
leading Independent schools in the UK and South Africa.
St Andrew’s is characterised by the highest professional standards, and offers a vibrant
and industrious community, ensuring excellent professional development within the context of a committed full boarding school.
The School is situated on a beautiful 400-acre site on the western slopes of the RiftWorking at St Andrew’s Prep School is an exciting and dynamic experience.
Valley some 200km NW of Nairobi. All members of staff are housed on the campus in School accommodation and receive domestic help. Near the Equator and at 2600m, the climate is temperate. It is malaria free.
We look to recruit committed and resourceful staff, who are looking to not only develop their skills and leadership capacities, but also embrace new experiences
There are some things that are essential to working with us.
The successful candidate will need to be able to support the School's aims and Christian ethos.
They will have to have a good degree as well as a recognised teaching qualification,
such as a PGCE, and of course, the relevant experience.
Beyond that we want to have staff who love working as part of a team; who are
first-class communicators and who are passionate about the subjects and pupils
they teach; who are creative and diligent in their planning; who are adaptable,
energetic and resilient.
This post would suit a current Head of Year or Section looking for a new challenge
and looking to develop their leadership skills. Alternatively, the role might suit an
exceptional individual with experience gained as a Key Stage 1 or EYFS teacher,
and who has a desire for greater challenge and responsibility.
Experience of working in a Prep School, or in boarding, would be desirable, but
not essential. Above all, what matters
is a commitment to help us provide a
world-class education for our children.
A good degree
A recognised teaching qualification
A demonstrable commitment to professional
Experience of teaching KS1 and/or
EYFS in the British Curriculum for at
least 3 years
A proven track record of excellent
teaching ability and classroom management
Successful experience in raising student
achievement and adding value
There is a generous overall remuneration package as detailed below (the cost of living in Kenya is significantly lower than in the UK):Salary:The successful applicant will be placed on the Main Pay Scale,
with a Key Stage Coordinator’s Allowance.
Accommodation: suitable rent free accommodation will be provided as
a taxable benefit. Domestic and gardening help is arranged by the School, but paid for, at local rates, by the appointee.
School fees (where applicable): there is a 100% fee remission for staff children throughout the School; places are subject to the School’s normal entry requirements. Fee remission is a taxable benefit.
Medical care: all members of staff and their families are covered under a thorough insurance scheme; the costs of insurance are fully covered by the School.
Pension: the School operates a defined contribution pension scheme in which the employer and employee each contribute 6% of monthly salary.
For employees emigrating from Kenya at the end of their contract, the full value of the contributions, plus accumulated interest, can be withdrawn from the scheme.
Relocation: outward and return flights for the appointee, and for his/ her spouse and dependent children up to the age of 18 as applicable, together with a freight allowance, at the beginning and end of the contract
period, are paid for by the School. Applicable to staff recruited from outside the country.
Meals: these are provided during term time as a taxable benefit.
Facilities: extensive sports facilities are open to use by staff and their
To find out more please contact the HR Director, Ms Janet Ndiho.
Tel: +254 (0) 734288501
Email: [email protected]
Applications are encouraged as early as possible. These should be submitted by
email to the HR Director at [email protected] and include: a completed application form, a brief covering letter and a CV. Application forms are available on the School website, or from the HR Director.
Closing date for applications: Saturday 5th May, 2018
Preliminary online interviews: Starting 8th May, 2018
Start Date: 1st September 2018
For more information and job application details, see; St Andrew’s School EYFS & Key Stage 1 Coordinator Jobs
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