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British School Muscat
PO Box 1907
Sultanate of Oman
British School Muscat is one of the leading schools in the Middle East offering innovative teaching in an inspiring environment. We are looking for an enthusiastic teacher to work with our highly engaged students and parents.
We offer high quality British education to enable our students to fulfill their potential both academically and personally and prepare them for their International Future.
The National Curriculum for England, including GCSEs and A’ levels, is enhanced by a diverse enrichment programme that inspires our students to develop their passions and explore and discover Oman’s beautiful mountains, wadis, deserts and coast. Students are taught in small classes by excellent and enthusiastic teachers in well-resourced classrooms. Students are supported to develop their leadership skills and encouraged to become active global citizens.
Our 2017 exam results confirm BSM’s position as one of the top 5 highest performing British international schools in the Gulf Region and place BSM within the top 3% of UK state schools. Our students’ academic success and the skills and understanding developed through our extra-curricular programme help them to gain places at the world’s leading universities.
What We Are Looking For
You will need to show a genuine commitment to creating an inspiring and stimulating learning environment which challenges and supports all students. Teaching will be across the Secondary age range from 11-18. You must have the ability to teach Psychology to A level with the ability to teach Biology and or PSHE being desirable. All applicants must be qualified teachers, with a UK or internationally recognised equivalent qualification. We will consider applications from NQTs.
How to Apply
Please visit our website to find out more about the school and to submit your application.
British School Muscat, Madinat Sultan Qaboos
Phase(s) of Education
Secondary / Senior (i.e. England: years 7-13; ages 11-19)
Level of Position
Subject Area(s) of Interest