Kampala Parents School (KPS), a private mixed primary school in Naguru has announced that they are looking for potential Ugandans to fill up a total of 12 teacher positions as the school warms up for the full reopening due early next year.
In an announcement released via the school social media channels, Kampala Parents stated that 5 teachers are needed for upper classes (P.5 to P.7), 3 for middle class )P.3 to P.4), 3 for infant classes (Pre-primary, P.1 & P.2) and 1 music teacher, making a total of 12 teacher positions up for grabs at the Naguru based school.
“We are looking for kind and compassionate trainers to help on growing our children’s wonderful brains!
If you think you are the one, Contact us today! +256 752 711 792,” Kampala Parents posted on Facebook.
According to the job poster, the requirements for one to get shortlisted for the interview should have a Diploma in Early Childhood Development, or Primary Education or its equivalent. Having a Degree in the same category is an added advantage.
The announcement further reads that a potential candidate should possess a minimum experience of at least 4 years working in a Primary or Nursery school and should also have proof of vaccination against Covid-19. The maximum age for any candidate is 35 years, and applications are only accepted online.
“Interested persons should send their electronically prepared applications and C.Vs with recent passport size photograph to [email protected], indicating the subjects/areas of interest not later than Monday, 27th December 2021,” the announcement reads.
Written interviews for shortlisted candidates according to the poster will be conducted on Wednesday, 29th December 2021.
Why Join Kampala Parents’ School
Kampala parents’ school is an international-level private school but follows a local curriculum. It’s situated along Lugogo by-pass and has an enrollment of over 2500 pupils with 118 well-trained teachers and over 150 non-teaching staff members. The pupils come from all over the world.
KPS has been and will continue to be an academic hub of Uganda because of the balanced curriculum offered. The school mission is “To facilitate first-class education and civilization to children with and from outside Uganda with the hope that there will be a better world community tomorrow.”
Notably, the school’s academic performance is at the required standard and this is because of the well-trained staff members who are talented in handling and disciplining pupils a key to success as evidenced by the good performance for many consecutive years.