Worldteachers are working with Ajyal International School in Abu Dhabi who are currently looking for Early Years and Primary Teachers to start in August 2018.
Ajyal International School is a British curriculum school that opened in Mohammed Bin Zayed City in September 2014. The school is the first to be opened by the Bin Omeir Foundation and is located on a large site in a popular residential area that is mainly home to Emirati families, but which also offers a number of British curriculum schools.
The size and appearance of the school is modern, colourful and impressive. The building is essentially an E shape with three sections to the rear of the main reception and an Early Years section at the front of the site.
The Early Years section is oval in shape, with classrooms ranged around the outside and an indoor play area with soft flooring and play equipment at the centre. The classrooms are organised in pairs, each separated by an outdoor area to which the children have access for messy play.
The main connecting central corridor also includes tables and seating and is used as a canteen area for the Foundation stage children. The classrooms are suitably furnished and resourced with staff coming mainly from the UK. The remaining part of the school have suitable classrooms and study areas, including a large library. It is a very large building with wide and open corridors which appear somewhat empty at present.
These are excellent opportunities for teachers wishing to move overseas. Teachers’ benefits for these roles include: -
Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, sits off the mainland on an island in the Persian (Arabian) Gulf. Its focus on oil exports and commerce is reflected by the skyline’s modern towers and shopping malls. It is a very safe and easy city to live in and is a popular place for many ex-pat teachers.
The Principal is conducting Skype interviews. Apply today for further details.