Our Theatre department is a creative and dedicated team of teachers, who together with Visual Arts and Music departments, form the Arts subject area. We are looking for an enthusiastic and innovative team player who is fully committed to our school values and the IB programmes.
The ideal candidate will be passionate about theatre, inquiry-based learning and interdisciplinary collaboration. We are looking for a subject coordinator to develop our existing MYP Theatre programme; someone who sees themselves as student-centred educator and a lifelong learner.
If you offer these attributes, and provide high-quality learning experiences through the lens of a Theatre specialism, we would love to hear from you!
Start date: 1 January 2024, or soon thereafter
For more information, or if you are interested in applying, please follow this link to TES
Deadline for applications: Monday, 4 December 2023. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed as soon as possible hence early applications are strongly encouraged. The school reserves the right to interview suitable applicants early and appoint a successful candidate prior to the deadline.
Over deze werkgever
The International School of The Hague is a highly successful, innovative and energetic school located in a state-of-the-art building in an area of natural beauty in the city of The Hague in The Netherlands. The school is made up of a Primary School and a Secondary school, each receiving government funding as well as private fees as Dutch International Schools. The two schools work together as one school with a shared vision and mission as part of the Rijnlands Lyceum foundation. The whole school currently has around 2000 students (1400 in Secondary) with over 100 nationalities taught by teachers from around the world.
At ISH we inspire personal excellence by encouraging our students to be curious, connected and compassionate. We use student-led inquiry to develop curiosity in authentic and challenging contexts. Students learn to apply their knowledge and skills to deepen conceptual, disciplinary and interdisciplinary understanding by making effective connections with other people and their ideas. Our students learn how to become compassionate and proactive global citizens through collaborative projects both in, and beyond, the classroom.