Posted: 16th October 2018


Early Years Teacher Coordinator school logo Cambridge Worldwide Academy Tajikistan




English Teacher




No experience required




16th November 2018

Applications close in -161 days


Job description

Main purposes of the job

This role requires experience of working with children from different cultural backgrounds in an early years setting offering the British National Curriculum
To work under the guidance of the Deputy Principal in the planning and implementation of early years foundation stage (EYFS) and other national programmes/strategies with individuals or groups of pupils or the whole class to promote effective teaching and learning taking into account the British EYFS
During the short term absence of other class teachers, there is a requirement to supervise other classes and deliver pre prepared activities
To provide general support to the other teachers in the management and organisation of the pupils and their classrooms
To create and assist other teachers in creating and maintaining a purposeful, orderly and supportive learning environment
To promote the inclusion and acceptance of all pupils, ensuring they have equal opportunities to learn and develop
To be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young people within school
Main responsibilities and tasks

Support for pupils

To lead and provide support in the delivery of the EYFS curriculum
To support working relationships with the pupils, acting as role model and setting high expectations
To support pupils learning in the most effective way
To recognise that some pupils might have communication difficulties in English and to act sensitively to their differing needs at all times using alternative communication if required
To follow guidance of class staff to promote appropriate British standards particularly when working with pupils’ who transferred from other schools
To meet the personal care needs of pupils whilst encouraging their independence, this must include agreed local manual handling procedures
To encourage pupils to interact and work co-operatively, ensuring all pupils are engaged in appropriate activities depending on their disability
To provide support to pupils who may have special linguistic/cultural and learning needs
Support other teachers

To work closely with teachers to assist in the planning, development and delivery of all areas of the curriculum.  In the short term unplanned absence of the teacher, to cover all pre prepared activities to provide continuity for the pupils
As required, to prepare the classroom/outside areas for lessons, ensuring that resources and equipment are available and cleared away at the end of the lessons as appropriate
Participate in varied physical activities as appropriate with the children as part of their programme of learning
To work on classroom displays
To observe, monitor and evaluate pupil responses to learning activities through a range of assessment and monitoring strategies determined by the teacher
To provide objective and accurate feedback and reports on pupil achievement and progress working closely with other professionals
Support for CWA

To attend relevant meetings and participate in training opportunities and professional development as required
To provide support for pupils’ with varying intensity of emotional and social needs by encouraging and modelling positive behaviour in line with school policy
To accompany teaching staff and pupils on visits, trips and out of school activities as required within contracted hours and to take responsibility for pupils under the supervision of the teacher
To assist with the general pastoral care of pupils, including those children who may have challenging behaviours or may have ongoing medical conditions
To assist in the training and development of other staff
To follow the schools guidance on healthy and safety, safe manual handling and personal care procedures including risk assessment and safety systems
Support for the curriculum

To assist in the development of basic literacy, numeracy and ICT skills and support the use of these learning activities as directed by the class teacher
To help adapt and plan the development of resources necessary to lead learning activities, taking into account pupils’ needs as well as interests, language and cultural backgrounds
Undertake broadly similar duties commensurate with the level of the post as required by the Deputy Principal 


Qualifications and Requirements
  • Required CertificatesTeaching Credential/License
  • Education RequiredAssociate/2-year Diploma
  • MajorIdeally child care
  • Appropriate qualification in Early Years Care and Education or international equivalent
  • Experience of working with children from different cultures
  • Very good numeracy and literacy skills
  • Experience of working with relevant age groups (3-5) within a private learning environment
  • Experience of general clerical/administrative work
  • Experience in a relevant discipline
  • Ability to work well as part of a multidisciplinary team
  • An understanding of classroom roles and responsibilities
  • Good working knowledge of British early years foundation stage curriculum
  • An ability to understand the principles of child development and learning processes and in particular barriers to learning
  • Ability to observe, monitor and provide constructive feedback on pupils progress
  • Good working knowledge of relevant policies and codes of practice and awareness of relevant legislation
  • Ability to understand the roles of parents in pupils learning and demonstrate ability to liaise with parents sensitively and effectively
  • Ability to provide necessary personal care to children including manual handling and toileting
  • Ability to stay calm and be patient and understanding when dealing with children
  • To be able to deal with inappropriate behaviour in a calm and non-judgemental way
  • Ability to successfully complete first aid training as required
  • To be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young people within the school


Job Benefits
  • Tax free salary
  • Yearly return airtickets
  • Free accommodation
  • Free medical care
  • Free lunch and morning snack
  • 50% discount on CWA tuitin fees for up to 3 children




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