The British School

Drama Specialist Support

The British School

Drama Specialist Support

The British School (TBS) is looking to recruit dynamic, committed and caring staff members for our exciting and unique school. Staff members at The British School enjoy a stimulating working environment, an attractive package, which includes but not limited to provident fund, festive bonus, allowances, gratuity, medical cover, etc. The successful candidates will join a team of highly skilled and enthusiastic staff in this highly popular and well-regarded school.

Drama Specialist Support

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Basic Job Information

Job Category : Teaching / Education > Other
Job Level : Entry Level
No. of Vacancy/s : [ 1 ]
Employment Type : Part Time
Job Location : Jhamsikhel Lalitpur
Offered Salary : Negotiable
Apply Before(Deadline) : Mar. 15, 2023 23:55 (1 year, 1 month ago)

Job Specification

Education Level : Under Graduate (Bachelor)
Experience Required : More than or equal to 2 years
Other Specification

 Skills required

  • Ability to inspire children to learn effectively and to model excellent teaching.
  • Hard-working and dedicated to continuous improvement and communicating successes within and outside school.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with all 'stakeholders', creating a harmonious and collaborative community.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills with the ability to prioritise tasks, work on one's own initiative and react appropriately to competing demands.  
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Ability to solve problems, make good judgements and take decisions.
  • Awareness of TBS commitment to community work and willingness to contribute to TBS charities and community programmes.
  • Awareness of one’s own vulnerabilities and knowledge gaps; with the mindset to seek feedback,  self reflect, develop and improve.
  • Understanding and knowledge of ICT and a willingness to further develop ICT skills.


  • Recent drama teaching experience
  • Teaching qualification
  • Experience of working within a successful school or other relevant organisation


  • High level of drama experience and qualifications 
  • Knowledge of the latest developments in drama education 
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the UK Drama examination syllabus
Personal attributes

  • Enthusiastic, hard-working and resilient.
  • Calm, flexible, approachable attitude.
  • Exhibit confidence with humility.
  • Ability to work under pressure, on own initiative, accurately and with attention to detail.
  • A sense of humour with the right balance of gravitas.

Remuneration: TBS Salary Scale (National), dependent on qualifications and experience.

Job Description

  • To be able to teach elements of drama to classes, groups and individuals to a high standard using a wide range of repertoire and teaching resources.
  • To advise, encourage and assist in the smooth running of school events and performance opportunities, both within and beyond the school day, in Primary and Secondary e.g. assemblies, plays and performances, including directing.
  • To support in the organisation and storage of drama and performance equipment, including props and costumes.
  • To foster self-discipline and social skills necessary for drama.
  • To have a confident knowledge of various drama techniques.
  • To enrich the education of each student through the provision of appropriate experiences and to provide skills that will serve the student for future performances, be it for leisure, professional or examination/qualification purposes. 
  • To encourage students to gain knowledge and skills through learning in lessons and through the experience of group performances. 
  • To teach pupils in class,  group and individual settings as appropriate to the policies of the school, both in curriculum time and as part of the co-curricular programme.
  • To plan and keep accurate records of lessons, pupil progress and achievement, keep accurate attendance registers and other such records as required by the school.
  • To maintain a thorough knowledge of teaching methods and be able to differentiate the students’ learning according to their needs.  
  • To contribute to strategic planning within the Creative and Performing Arts Faculty.
  • To practise and uphold the policies and requirements of the school. 
  • Promote a positive profile of the School vision to staff, pupils, parents and the wider community.
  • To fulfil all directed commitments and occasionally other duties, as required by the line manager
  • To attend meetings as directed by the line manager
  • Confident to liaise with others in the school.

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