Teacher of EAL, Senior School

The health, safety and well-being of young people are of paramount importance to all the adults who work at Rugby School Thailand. Children have the right to protection, regardless of age, gender, race, culture, sexual orientation, or disability. They have a right to be safe in our school. Members of staff in the school have a legal and moral obligation to safeguard and promote the welfare of the pupils, taking all reasonable steps to protect them from harm whether from physical injury, abuse, neglect, emotional harm or from anything that interferes with their general development.

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.


Contract Type: Fixed term

Contract Term: Two years

Job Start: August 2024

Roles and Responsibility

The post holder is required to plan, organise and deliver IGCSE English as a Second Language Lessons and EAL support across the Senior School.

All teachers at RST are tutors and, as such, play a full role in the pastoral life of the School, including boarding for some members of staff.

Teaching and Learning

  • To plan and implement engaging, innovative EAL lessons that will help students access the curriculum;
  • To plan and implement engaging, innovative IGCSE English as a Second Language lessons and IELTS (or equivalent) preparation lessons;
  • To provide one-on-one support for students;
  • To provide in class support for students;
  • To monitor and evaluate their own teaching and learning;
  • To monitor pupil progress in their classes, including internal and external examinations, advising the Head of Department, relevant Heads of Year and Deputy Heads on student matters, as appropriate;
  • To participate in an annual teaching and learning review of the department;
  • To help deliver EAL CPD to the wider staff body.


  • To be involved in the creation, maintenance and review of termly subject Schemes of Work and annual Curriculum Plans;
  • To aid the Assistant Head, Sixth Form in providing information, support and guidance to students regarding English proficiency university application requirements;
  • To remain current with EAL curriculum developments and pedagogical research, so as to liaise with the Deputy Head, Academic and Head of EAL, to review and develop the curriculum in line with School policy and national trends;
  • To work with Head of EAL to assess new students, and target teaching accordingly
  • To participate in Departmental Meetings as and when required;
  • To aid the Head of Department in the production and maintenance of a Departmental Handbook;
  • To contribute to effective communication and a unified sense of purpose within the department;
  • To establish good communication with other departments, including Learning Support staff, librarians and teachers.


  • Contribute to the provision of activities to support the enrichment programme of the School;
  • Accompany students on trips away from the School if required;
  • To raise the profile of the subject through displays, events and activities related to the subject.

Assessment and Reports

  • To make accurate and productive use of assessment, providing or contributing oral and written assessments, reports and references relating to individual students and groups of students;
  • To use relevant data to monitor, progress, set targets and plan subsequent lessons;
  • To give students regular feedback, both orally and through accurate marking of work;

To report to parents via half termly interim reports, termly full reports, parents’ receptions and any other time as appropriate and necessary.

General School Responsibilities

Appraisal and Professional Development

  • To participate in the staff appraisal and professional development programme;
  • To undertake such training as may be reasonably required by the School to adapt to the changing requirements of the School or as may be necessary to fulfil the School’s statutory or regulatory obligations;
  • To undertake mandated job-related training as required by the School.

Additional professional responsibilities

To fulfil wider professional responsibilities by making a positive contribution to the wider life and ethos of the School;

  • To attend assemblies, registration of students and other School events as required;
  • To liaise with Marketing regarding the promotion of both EAL and the school as a whole on social media, the website and other media.

Other Responsibilities

  • To take responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young people within the school;
  • To uphold and promote all aspects of the Child Protection and Safeguarding policies;
  • To act on aspects of student welfare and safeguarding raising any concerns by following School protocol/procedures.

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