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Teaching Opportunities in Bangkok, Thailand 2020

Amnuay Silpa are looking for adaptable, experienced and committed Primary, Secondary and TEFL teachers who have high expectations of children's learning, and an enthusiasm and passion for working with young people. The successful candidates need to be able to demonstrate excellent classroom practice, the ability to motivate pupils and a willingness to work in partnership with the staff team.

Amnuay Silpa is the leading bilingual school in Thailand. Dedicated to preserving the Thai Language and Culture in our students we have successfully implemented a unique Synchronised Dual Teaching Model, incorporating the UK and Thai Curriculum (taught by Thai teaching staff).

Providing high quality education to just over 1000 pupils aged 3-18, Amnuay Silpa is an exciting and dynamic place to teach with a very clear vision for the future. In 2013 ANS was accredited by Exeter University as the First Thinking School in Asia and in 2016 was awarded Advanced Thinking status. As the hub of excellence in the thinking approach, they are able to provide excellent professional development opportunities for those successfully appointed. In June 2017 they also became a CIS Member School and are now are a candidate for accreditation in 2020.

Positions available 2020

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Further information can also be found on the school website www.amnuaysilpa.ac.th

Working at Amnuay Silpa

As a bilingual school, Amnuay Silpa is proud to provide the opportunity for both international and local staff to work together in partnership. With over 80 Overseas teachers and 80 Thai teachers, Amnuay Silpa provides a unique working environment where professional and personal development are nurtured.

ANS is committed to employing adaptable, experienced and committed staff who have high expectations of children’s learning and an enthusiasm and passion for working with children. Their teachers are selected for their ability to demonstrate excellent classroom practice, to motivate pupils and for their willingness to work in partnership with the staff and parents.