23 May 2019
Job ID: CH-7241
Teacher of Thai/Teacher of Thai

Rugby School Thailand teachers will carry out their duties responsibly and with regard for the best interests of their pupils and the school. In particular Thai teachers will:

  • Assist with Rugby School Thai Curriculum development.
  • Undertake formal teaching according to the timetable and according to the regulations of the Ministry of Education of Thailand.
  • Conduct themselves in an appropriate professional manner at all times and support and foster the aims of the school.
  • Prepare short-term teaching plans for their Form in line with the Department’s curriculum documents.  These schemes should be accessible working documents indicating clearly to all interested parties the work that children in the groups are doing: topics for study, the children’s learning activities, and any cross-curricular linking.
  • Make adequate provision within the organisation of the teaching for the range of ability within the class.
  • Make themselves familiar with the contents of the Teaching Staff Handbook, including the school’s aims and policies, and their own departmental handbook and endeavour to follow closely the guidance and schemes of work provided in these documents.
  • Value the home-school partnership, working closely with other members of staff to establish and manage good relationships with parents as partners in their children’s learning.
  • Make themselves aware of and comply with the School’s rewards and disciplinary policies.
  • Ensure that they are familiar with the school’s health and safety guidance and be mindful of the health and safety of all members of the school community.
  • Undertake the preparation, assessing and reporting required to ensure that pupils achieve the highest possible standards.
  • Ensure the safety and good conduct of the pupils, following the guidance in the Teaching Staff Handbook.
  • Carry out such duties, including cover for absent colleagues and examination invigilation, as are allocated by the Senior Leadership Team punctually, efficiently and in accordance with the guidance in the Teaching Staff Handbook.
  • Foster the personal and social developments of each pupil in their care 

  • Be aware of and act upon all policies regarding the safeguarding of children
  • Promote pride in the School among the pupil body through high standards of dress, behaviour, manners, respect for others and property and general attitude
  • Cover for absent colleagues as requested
  • Attend school assemblies.
  • Attend staff meetings, parents’ evenings, Speech Day and similar important functions out of school hours; be willing to accompany school trips. 
  • Notify the designated member of staff as early as possible if they are to be absent from school and, if absence is for personal reasons (for which permission must be obtained), set appropriate work.
  • Ensure the subject classroom is kept in a reasonable state of tidiness, and to make it an attractive working-place with displays of children’s work and stimulus material that are all changed according to the school’s display policy.
  • Attend relevant in-service training each year, after obtaining the consent of the Senior Head.
  • Carry out supervisory duties as arranged by the Senior Leadership Team
  • Support the pastoral care policy of the school as Form Tutor, Personal Tutor, or House Tutor.
  • Contribute to the Activities programme according to experience and qualifications.
  • Assist with the coaching of sport according to experience and qualifications.

The member of staff will also be required to carry out any other duties that the Senior Head might reasonably request from time to time to facilitate the smooth running of the school.

Formal Qualifications/Experience

  • University degree from a recognised academic institution
  • Teaching Qualification from a recognised academic institution
  • Minimum of 3 years relevant teaching experience.
  • Experience teaching Thai to Non-native speakers and working with children who have English as a Second Language is desirable.
  • IT literacy across a range of computer programmes

Work Environment

  • The successful applicant will operate from within a brand new classroom at the school site surrounded by glorious countryside. Living and commuting arrangements are the individual’s responsibility.
  • Permanent – 5 days per week (Mon-Fri)
  • Hours 7.45 am – 4 pm (potentially finishing later if assisting with after-school activities)

Qualifications, Identification, Health and Background Checks

  • Please note that you will be required to bring documentation to interview providing proof of your identity and qualifications. You many also be required, within the final appointment process, to undergo a health check and relevant background checks (e.g. Enhanced disclosure with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) in the UK and a local police certificate) as part of the school’s recruitment and safeguarding procedures.


A competitive salary will be offered and commensurate with qualifications and work experience. Subject to performance review outcomes, incentives for career advancement and/or salary upgrades will also be made available. 

Job Details:

  • Five-day work week
  • Performance bonus
  • Free shuttle bus
  • Medical insurance
  • Life insurance

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