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Lagos Preparatory School Job Opportunity for French Teacher

Lagos Preparatory School, Ikoyi – On 2 May 2002 the vision of 18 founding member families to provide children with a first class primary school education in the English tradition was realized. The founders set high educational standards but also wanted the school to be a “happy school” where
service to others and a sense of responsibility and personal integrity would always be borne in mind and perated through a “not for profit” foundation, the school has remained true to those aims ever since, and an unprecedented community spirit has driven this vision until the stage where “Lagos Prep School” has become without question the leading establishment in its class. The vision is strengthened daily by the fresh commitment of like-minded people and we welcome you warmly

Job Title: French Teacher
Location: Lagos

Job Description
The General Professional Duties of all teaching staff in the include:


    Following Schemes of Work prepared by the Head of Department.
    Preparation of Medium and Short-term plans in conjunction with the other members of department.
    Planning for differentiation (including catering for gifted pupils).
    Preparing 11+ pupils and 13+ pupils for Common Entrance examinations and Scholarships.
    Teaching lessons at the times stipulated on the school timetable.
    Maintaining order and good discipline among pupils and safeguarding their health and safety.
    Setting and marking of work to be done in school and for homework.
    Liaising with the SENCO, regarding pupils with diagnosed or suspected special educational needs.
    Writing IEPs for these children.
    Providing a stimulating working environment in the classroom.

Assessment and Reporting:

    Making regular assessments of pupils’ attainment and progress.
    Keeping records of pupils’ progress.
    Assessing and marking internal examinations twice per year.
    Writing reports on pupils’ attainment and progress.
    Attending parents’ evenings to discuss pupils’ progress with parents.
    Providing written reports on pupils on request e.g. for applications to senior schools or for school transfers.

Professional Development:

    Periodically reviewing programmes of work and methods of teaching.
    Attending courses to develop professional skills.
    Attending departmental meetings.

Staff Meetings:

    Attending staff meetings to discuss curriculum, pastoral and other matters.


    Supervising the class of a colleague on short-term absence.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should forward their CV’s to:

Deadline: 6th November, 2015

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