Teacher of KS1


Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Primary Teacher in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia| International Schools in Mongolia|International School in Ulaanbaatar|We are looking for a professional, dedicated, and competent Teacher of Primary, who encourages children to take responsibility for their learning and strive for academic excellence. The successful candidate will demonstrate an innate ability to develop students’ critical thinking skills necessary for academic achievement, demonstrate how you would foster a stimulating environment and how you would prepare students for a rapidly evolving and ever-changing society.
Apply by 30th April 2021


Start Date
1st August 2021
Apply Before
30th April 2021
  • A university degree
  • A formal teaching qualification, such as, a B.Ed., M.Ed., PGCE, PGdip or QTS (TESOL and TEFL certificates qualify teachers for ESL positions only)
  • Ideally, a minimum of 2 years of full-time teaching experience in a school setting
  • Experience of working with children who have English as an additional language is ideal.
  • Excellent knowledge of the English National Curriculum and current assessment practices.
  • Strong NQTs are welcome to apply.
Salary and Benefits Package
  • Competitive salary
  • Housing allowance/stipend (assistance to find housing)
  • Comprehensive medical cover for teacher and dependents
  • Annual flights
  • 100% school fees subsidy for children
  • 2- year contract (renewable)
The school

The school offers a modified version of the English National Curriculum for students in EYFS and Primary School. Upon commencing Secondary School, students switch curriculum to the Cambridge International Curriculum, working towards attaining IGCSEs in Years 10 & 11. During Sixth Form, students enrol on the Cambridge Advanced programme, undergoing A Levels. Additionally, the school provides a strong extra-curricular enrichment programme.

The location

Mongolia, bordered by both China and Russia, is the birthplace of the infamous Ghenghis Khan. Although, despite its history of brutal warfare, Mongolia is an extremely warm and friendly place. On the other hand, if you want to immerse yourself in the Mongolian culture of old, travel to see the annual Naadam Festival, one of many annual festivals, with its Mongolian pageantry, competition, and national celebration. With competitions including horseback riders competing against one another using Mongolian bows, similar to the days of Ghenghis Khan. In a culture famed on its scenery and love of horses, enjoy a journey across Mongolia like never experienced, a journey on horseback, with the nomadic locals. To gain a deeper insight into the country’s past, visit the National Museum of Mongolia, and, to many people’s surprise, some interesting dinosaur discoveries. With the first-ever dinosaur eggs and largest dinosaur footprints being found in Mongolia’s Gobi Desert, the country is more than simply horseback rides and Genghis Khan artefacts. The Gobi National Park, known for its dunes and snow leopards, spans nearly 27,000 square kilometres.

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