Repton School in Dubai has been consistently rated as ‘Outstanding’ by the Dubai education authority (KHDA) placing us in the top 1% of schools in the country. We have close links to our sister school, Repton UK in Derbyshire which allows our students to benefit from an international education based on the British independent system.
Repton has state-of-the-art facilities and is situated on a spectacular campus of 1.3million sq. ft, making it the largest school in the region. There are currently around 1800 students attending the school from the age of 3 to 18. In addition, 50 weekly and full-time boarding students are supported by a dedicated team of house staff, making Repton a world-class educational community in every sense.
The ICT department at Repton is looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and knowledgeable ICT Teacher to help promote ICT throughout the school. A vision to develop the computing curriculum, as well as other areas of student interest regarding technology, are essential as is the need to nurture and care for a diverse cohort of students.
Providing our motivated students with engaging lessons is paramount, as are excellent communication and social skills for helping out within all areas of school life at Repton. A desire to promote media skills is key to help drive extra-curricular activities, such as The Repton News initiative.
Cross-curricular collaboration is an essential part of ICT at Repton, proficiency in this area is a must. As is the desire to challenge students to excel through in school, local, national and international competitions.
The successful applicant will join a school where ICT is compulsory for Key Stage 3, an IGCSE option at Key Stage 4 and at Key Stage 5 students follow the I.B programme. Repton is currently implementing its second stage of phased upgrades to its four specialist IT laboratories and is also focusing on digital literacy throughout the school.
Candidates should possess:
What we offer
We particularly welcome applications from candidates looking to either continue or begin a boarding school career.