Primary Teachers for KS2 - Lagos, Nigeria - August 2020

School - Africa
United Kingdom
Primary-Upper (8-11)
Start Date:
23 August 2020
Curriculum Experience Required:
Yes - not flexible
Key Stage 2 teachers required.

Nigeria beckons the adventurous and the culturally connected to consider an enhancement of your teaching career in a well established private international school located in the vibrant and attractive coastal city of Lagos.

Teachers are preferred to have experience of the National Curriculum of England and Wales and be fully conversant and practised in the Assessment for Learning Strategy. Skills of language and academic differentiation are essential, confidence of managing SEN support staff in an inclusive classroom setting a must and the ability to embed ICT in all areas of the curriculum highly desirable. Teachers must be willing to promote the development of SMSC across all areas of the school. With class sizes not more than 20 teaching academically motivated and well behaved students hailing from the host country and 24 others, this is an appealing professional opportunity to add to your blossoming resume.


Generous tax free salary
1 economy class return ticket to be used at the beginning and end of each session
Payment of local taxes
Accommodation with basic furnishing close to the school
Water and Electricity bills paid for by the school
Transportation to and from School
Medical coverage
Internet service
Cable TV

Please contact your Edvectus advisor today to find out more about this exciting venture and others that we have sweeping across the African and Middle East continents.
Number Of Students:
Student Make Up:
Mixed (35 nationalites) but mainly Nigerian
Regional Info:
Nigeria is commonly refered to as the 'Giant of Africa' in terms of its abundant resources and blossoming economy; it is the second largest in Africa (37th largest in the world) and it is predicted that it will overtake South Africa in the not too distant future. It is the most populous country in Africa and the seventh in the world. Although Abuja is the capital the largest city is Lagos; the country is mainly comprises of Christian and Muslim citizens, over 57 million. The country enjoys an appealing coastline and a dramatic interior of mountainscapes, jungles and grassland. Nigeria is not for everyone and as with any unfamiliar foreign country safety and security should be a priority to allow for a peaceful and trouble free social and professional life. Independent research is a must before considering a move to Africa.
Tax Rate:
Tax Free
2 bedroom
Flights -yearly, Housing - provided, Medical or Health insurance, Utilities paid
Suited To:
Activity - swimming beaches, Activity-typical water sporting types, Climate - warmer, Dependent children - Not very suitable, Holiday destination - not typical, Infrastructure - Not very developed, Suburban, Unmarried partners - not suitable, Westernised - not very, Women - somewhat restrictive
Minimum Years Experience:
Curriculum Experience Required:
Yes - not flexible
Will Accept Newly Qualified Teachers:
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