EDUCATORS AT TBS

271

Staff Members

167

Educators from 9 countries

8 Years

Average staff tenure

63%

Hold advanced degrees

Join us and make a difference in a child’s life

The British School offers its staff a stimulating, open, safe and supportive environment with access to the best educational practices, latest technological tools, and professional development and growth opportunities.

A number of our teachers are IB examiners, syllabus developers and workshop leaders.

We attract and retain highly qualified and dedicated staff from across the globe. Our diverse faculty hails from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Kenya, Slovakia and India,

Safeguarding children

The British School New Delhi is committed to safeguarding our students and protecting them from harm. In keeping with the expectation that all staff and volunteers share this commitment, those applying for a position at the school must be willing to undergo employment background checks and screening appropriate to the post.

Opportunities

Join our team of educators as they strive to meet the educational and developmental needs of over 1200 students from over 60 different nationalities. The British School New Delhi seeks outstanding educationalists with a growth mindset that thrives and empowers others to become lifelong learners. We believe in investing in our human resources and thus foster an environment of professional growth and personal development. We provide an opportunity to work in a highly collaborative school with the most capable educators from around the world.

The British School expects all staff to be reflective practitioners and lifelong learners, and as such, CPD is ongoing and is supported, evaluated, and integral to how the school operates. About one third of our IB faculty are IB examiners and some are workshop leaders and IB curriculum developers. Our staff are active participants of a global professional learning community. The school is governed by a democratically elected Board, drawn largely from the parent community. We are a not-for-profit school so all financial surpluses are reinvested in the education of our students.