Careers

At The Grange, we are a small team of experienced, passionate and qualified educators dedicated to nurturing future global citizens. We strive to uphold The Grange’s mission and vision, where Learning take a central place in everything we do.

We are constantly on the look out for qualified and experienced educators to join our closely-knitted learning community.

Please read our “TGI Teacher Profile and Expectations” carefully. If you think The Grange is a great fit for you, and you would enjoy working and living in Singapore, we look forward to receiving your application. Please email the following documents to Mr Eugene Low, the Principal, at eugenelow@thegrange.edu.sg. Please specify the job position you’re applying for in your email subject title.

Kindly include at least these important documents:

  • Application Form (Please download a copy here then return a duly completed copy.)
  • Cover letter (to introduce yourself and your experience, as well as share your personal educational philosophy)
  • CV/Resume (with details of qualifications and relevant past experiences, citing)

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

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Teacher Profile and Expectations

TGI hires only experienced and qualified, talented, caring and professional staff and faculty. Teachers who are successful at TGI would be expected to match the characteristics listed below.

  • Welcome, respect and embrace similarities and diversity of cultures, beliefs and perspectives
  • Child focused – warm, caring and supportive
  • Ability to work with parents and be part of a culturally-diverse community
  • Diligent and creative person who is not limited by the constraints and challenges of a small school
  • Team player – collaborative, adaptable, positive and flexible – enjoys a collaborative planning approach to teaching and learning
  • Committed to ongoing professional development and sharing latest education research with colleagues as part of a Professional Learning Community (PLC)
  • Excellent communicator who might be conversant in an additional language other than English
  • No past records or be involved in previous incidents that render you unsuitable to work with young children
  • General interest in living and working in Singapore
  • Recognised teaching certificate from a reputable education institution from anywhere in the world, and qualified with at least a Bachelor’s degree
  • Minimum three years’ classroom experience, preferably in an international school setting in Asia
  • Qualified/certified to teach the position applying for
  • Respectful and professional conduct and disposition
  • Positive role model of the school shared vision of the kinds of people we hope to develop
  • Experience in working with students’ with English as an Second/Additional Language (ESL/EAL)
  • High level of IT skills and experience in integrating IT with teaching
  • Classroom practices are in-line with current teaching and learning pedagogy
  • Experience with using a range of purposeful assessment strategies and tools
  • Experience in differentiating teaching techniques
  • Experience in organising school events and extracurricular activities, and/or coaching sporting teams and/or performing arts groups
  • Class teachers should ideally have experience with an inquiry theme-based curriculum such as the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) or the IB Primary Years Programme (IBPYP)
  • Class teachers should ideally also have experience with teaching the Cambridge Primary English, Mathematics and Science curriculum frameworks or be familiar with the UK National Curriculum
  • Believes that the best learning experience is collaborative, inquiry-based, constructivist in nature, and differentiated
  • Able to incorporate both international, regional and local context and resources to enhance learning
  • Good classroom management skills including building a conducive and adaptive learning environment
  • A lifelong learner

The Grange Institution is a small community school where we expect our staff to help develop a warm and respectful learning culture within the school, where we expect all teachers’ full involvement during the typical school days as well as to support supervision duties, extracurricular activities, meetings and professional development opportunities outside of regular school hours. Candidates considering working at The Grange Institution should be prepared to meet these expectations in addition to the regular teaching load.