EAL Assistant Learning and Teaching (from August 2024)

Reports to: Head of EAL


  • Act in accordance with all safeguarding expectations for staff working at the College at all times.
  • Develop a deep understanding and positive relationship with every EAL student assigned to support
  • Work in collaboration with Class Teachers and the EAL Team to develop teaching schedules for assigned EAL students in accordance with departmental guidelines.
  • Provide in-class support as appropriate, working in collaboration with Class Teachers and ALTs to maximise the impact of the support provided
  • Plan and deliver focused language learning opportunities, informed by identified next steps, for assigned EAL students, either through one-to-one or small group sessions
  • Where appropriate, use play-based techniques to develop language learning
  • Where appropriate, do regular 1:1 reading with EAL students, developing comprehension and language abilities
  • Carry out progress assessments for the assigned EAL students
  • Take a leading role in termly EAL assessment meetings for all assigned students
  • Attend and contribute to weekly year group planning meetings in the age-ranges of assigned students
  • Participate in EAL specific parent meetings for assigned students
  • Share best practice discussion and peer observations with the EAL team as required
  • Attend regular PD to further support develop skillset
  • Undertake all other duties as deemed required for the role


  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher
  • 100 hours+ TEFL Certification (or equivalent)
  • Experience of working as a teacher or teaching assistant
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office products
  • Excellent spoken and written English
  • Candidates will be expected to comply with School Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
  • Satisfactory criminal check
  • Satisfactory reference checks

Safeguarding and Legal

Please note the College’s positions are subject to an enhanced Criminal Records Bureau. The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Wellington College International Bangkok is also committed to equality and diversity. Candidates should be aware that all posts in the College involve a degree of responsibility for safeguarding students.

Wellington College International School Bangkok (WCIB)

Wellington College Bangkok opened in August 2018 and has quickly gained a reputation for being one of Bangkok’s leading international schools. Currently the School has 800+ students aged between 2 and 16, across Pre-Nursery to Year 11. In August 2024 we will open a Sixth Form for students aged 16-18 and the eventual plan is to accommodate 1500+ students.

The school’s facilities are world-class with a beautiful modern design and appearance which incorporates the distinctive features of Wellington College, Berkshire, and elements of Thai culture. The buildings are set amidst a large, 70-rai beautifully designed campus in Krungthep Kreetha, an area midway between Bangkok city and Bangkok International Airport, right next to the expansive greens and fairways of the Unico Grande Golf Course. In 2021, the new Senior School building (the first of two) opened – a spectacular and extraordinary development which confirms Wellington as the most dynamically progressive and educationally significant new school in the region. The second Senior School building will open in 2026 and new sports fields and tennis courts will open during the course of the first half of Term 1, 23-24.

We offer the English National Curriculum leading to IGCSEs at the end of Year 11 and A-levels at the end of Year 13. Wellington College Bangkok was the first school in the world to gain full COBIS Patron’s Accreditation within the first year of operation, and subsequent full membership of FOBISIA and CIS. In 2021, the new Senior School building (the first of two) will open—a spectacular and extraordinary development which confirms Wellington as the most dynamically progressive and educationally significant new school in the region.

We follow the educational philosophy of Wellington College – founded in Berkshire, England in 1859. We offer pioneering education to serve and help shape a better world. Our identity is summed up thus – Inclusive, Independent, Individual, Inclusive, Intellectual.

Employer questions

Your application will include the following questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Thailand?
  • What’s your expected monthly basic salary?
  • How much notice are you required to give your current employer?
  • Are you willing to undergo a pre-employment background check?
  • Which of the following languages are you fluent in?

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