Physical Education Teacher - Kenya

       

        Physical Education Teacher 






Kenya








*School Background:*
In 1996, the Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL) started West Nairobi
School. The School was intended to provide a quality North American Christian
education for children of missionaries, expatriates, and nationals. During
the 2002–2003 school year, the Network of International Christian Schools
(NICS) began operating West Nairobi School. The purpose of NICS is to reach
the world for Christ through international Christian education. NICS is a
Biblically-based, Christ-centered, caring community committed to excellence.
West Nairobi School is located on 10 beautiful acres in Karen, Kenya. We have
370+ students from over 30 different countries. Our teaching staff comes from
Canada, Kenya, and the United States of America. We have seen growth in our
teaching staff as well. This year, out of our 14 positions posted, 7 are
newly added positions due to growth!! Our theme for the past three years has
been: Teaching Truth, Training Minds, & Impacting the Kingdom God
continues to do mighty work at WNS, we see His blessings being poured out
here. Will you consider joining us? We would love to talk with you!

• Job Summary:*
Create a positive educational classroom for students to learn in. Share the
gospel daily with students as a class and individually to create disciples of
Jesus Christ. Ensure consistent Christ-Centered instruction throughout the
curriculum. Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning
activities. Plan, prepare, and deliver highly engaging instructional
activities based on outcomes of the curriculum. Participate in ongoing
Professional Development to meet school and individual goals. Utilize
curricula that reflect the diverse educational, cultural, and linguistic
backgrounds of the students served. Develop professional relationships with
other agencies and programs. Collaborate with colleagues to develop a
professional learning community. Build positive relationships with parents
and the WNS community



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