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UK: Programme for teachers

The Open Society Foundation is inviting applications from teachers, or university students with a pedagogical specialisation, who will graduate this academic year to spend one year in a British Independent School as a teaching assistant. Teachers of the following subjects are most easily placed: maths, sciences, information technology, design and technology, art, music, physical education and sport, junior classes, and possibly also French, German, Spanish or history and geography. Most vacancies are for secondary teachers (pupils aged 11-18) but some vacancies also exist for teaching younger pupils (aged 7-13 and occasionally for kindergarten).

The Open Society Foundation is inviting applications from teachers, or university students with a pedagogical specialisation, who will graduate this academic year to spend one year in a British Independent School as a teaching assistant. Teachers of the following subjects are most easily placed: maths, sciences, information technology, design and technology, art, music, physical education and sport, junior classes, and possibly also French, German, Spanish or history and geography. Most vacancies are for secondary teachers (pupils aged 11-18) but some vacancies also exist for teaching younger pupils (aged 7-13 and occasionally for kindergarten).

Applicants who will meet the essential qualities will be invited for a personal interview, which will take place between February and March 2008. Invitations will be e-mailed approximately 10 days prior to the date of the interview. Applicants will normally be informed if they are accepted between late April and late May.

Deadline for applications: January 7, 2008

For more information see www.osf.sk or contact elena@osf.sk, tel.: 02/5441-4730, 5441-6913, fax: 02/5441-8867.

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