« Vauban, Lycée français de Luxembourg » is seeking to appoint an experienced and passionate History and/or Geography teacher to join its British International Section and BFI (Baccalauréat français international) team.
Pupils range from Key Stage 3 (aged 11) to Key Stage 5 (aged 18) and are studying in order to take the French International Baccalaureate (BFI).
The successful candidate may be asked to teach other innovative subjects, such as « Connaissance du Monde » (part of the BFI), or History and/or geography in the European section (CLIL).
The position offered is full time and starts 1 Septembre 2024.
Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants should preferably be
– Qualified teachers with a Master’s Degree in History and/or Geography from an English-speaking country, and perfectly fluent in English.
– Experienced in teaching Humanities according to British standards.
– Keen on teamwork with a good sense of adaptability. You will be working in pairs with a French colleague in charge of teaching the French part of the curriculum.
– Eager to join the British international section team within the Foreign Languages Department and ready to show full commitment.
– Able to communicate in French (B2 level) with colleagues and families.
– Some knowledge of the French Educational School System is not a must but definitely a plus.
– Teach history and geography in English according to British standards.
– Lead engaging instruction according to the French National Curriculum for British international sections.
– Help students learn subject matter and develop skills, including attitude and aptitude for acquiring practical competencies.
– Design and implement subject-based knowledge within a pedagogical framework.
– Design and deliver all forms of relevant student assessments, and provide student feedback.
– Provide personalised follow-up and guidance on further education and career choices, and communicate regularly with families to share student progress.
– Contribute towards the promotion and proper functioning of the British international section
– Submit proposals, develop and participate actively in school projects.
– Collaborate with other teachers and school leaders, and participate in regular training sessions specifically designed for British international section and BFI teachers.
– Potentially perform specific duties (class teacher, coordinator, subject leader, etc.).
– Master subject matter and didactic approaches.
– Develop and deliver high quality instruction based on strong pedagogical approaches and learning methods, including strategies to cater for student diversity.
– Organise and guarantee teaching centered around the learning outcomes and social development of pupils.
– Assess pupil progress and acquisitions.
– Ensure that all skills are assessed as required by the curriculum throughout the year.
– Be comfortable using Pack Office, Outlook and Teams, and have an aptitude for teaching with apps such as Notability, Padlet and Genially.
– Be adaptable and ready to work within an innovative and demanding environment.
– Be eager to take into account student diversity.
For more information about Vauban, Lycée français de Luxembourg, please visit www.vauban.lu
For more information about British international sections in the French school system, please visit www.asiba.fr