Teacher of Music - Cyberjaya, Malaysia - King Henry VIII College Malaysia

    King Henry VIII College Malaysia
    King Henry VIII College Malaysia Cyberjaya, Malaysia

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    Full time

    Subject teacher: Teacher of Music

    King Henry VIII College, Malaysia

    Closing date for applications: Thursday 18 April 2024

    Contract type: Full Time

    Contract term: 2 years

    King Henry VIII College, Malaysia welcomed its first students in September 2018. We are a fully-fledged sister school to Christ College, Brecon, one of the UK's oldest schools, founded by Henry VIII in 1541.

    King Henry VIII College is a co-educational boarding and day school, with students from 3 to 18 years of age.

    King Henry VIII College has a modern, urban setting in Cyberjaya - a well-connected and rapidly developing planned township, mid-way between Kuala Lumpur City Centre and KL International Airport. The school has an impressive campus, with outstanding, purpose-built facilities.

    Each teaching position at the school presents a wonderful opportunity for an enthusiastic individual with a particular interest in being part of a growing new school, as it establishes its reputation in the region.

    The curriculum at King Henry VIII is a recognisable British one; students sit Cambridge International IGCSE's and AS/A levels

    All teachers are expected to contribute to the school's tutorial system, and to the general community life of KH8.

    How to apply

    Applicants should complete and submit the school's own Application Form, which is attached here; a CV and covering letter should also be attached.

    The application deadline is Thursday 18 April 2024; however we reserve the right to interview and appoint before the closing date for the right candidate - you are therefore encouraged to apply early.

    Further information about King Henry VIII College is available on the school's website:

    King Henry VIII College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening.