CEAMS

Tokyo, Japan


Positions available at CEAMS


CEAMS LLC (CEAMS) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Short-listed candidates will undergo regular screening, including following-up references with previous employers and Disclosure and Barring Service (or equivalent) checks.



Are we the right match for you? Due to expansion of our department, If you are an exceptional and committed primary school art teacher, looking for a new challenge in one of the most unique cities in the world, then read on. 

Set in the centre of Tokyo, close to the Imperial Palace and the British Embassy, Phoenix House offers a British prep-school style education based on the National Curriculum of England, for international pupils aged 5 to 11. Phoenix House is the official feeder school for Rugby School Japan.

If you are looking for a school where you can work hard to ensure every pupil is inspired and challenged, alongside colleagues who show exceedingly high levels of commitment to the field of education, then we are looking to hear from you! We seek professionals who are keen to go above and beyond, and who understand and appreciate the demands of independent schooling, including the impact of marketing, admissions and business aspects on school life.

Phoenix House teachers work with some of the most high achieving and engaged pupils in the region, who in turn enjoy high levels of parental support and encouragement. These factors combine to create an exciting working and learning environment, with wide open doors of opportunity for both pupils and teachers.

Our core mission at Phoenix House is to grow confident, articulate young people, through a curriculum that challenges, and a co-curricular programme that builds character and expertise. Each Phoenix takes entrance exams to Rugby School Japan, or other leading senior schools, during Year 5 and Year 6.

Building confidence and enriching the whole school community, our houses - Oak, Rothesay, Snowdon, and Windsor, bring the arts, culture and sports to the heart of Phoenix House. Annual residential visits for all year groups to North Peak, our outdoor enrichment centre in Hokkaido, enliven the curriculum and deepen self confidence through a boarding school experience. 

If you feel excited by the opportunity to join our growing team, in this young, dynamic school then we encourage early application. Teachers with experience in, and an understanding of UK independent schools, are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Closing date for applications: Friday 17th May 2024

Please include a full application letter addressed to the Head of School, Ms. Claire Fletcher.

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For more details about our school, please visit our website:www.phoenixhouseschool.org 

And follow us on Instagram: @headofphoenixhouse @phoenixhouseschool

Phoenix House International School is operated by Clarence Education Asia.www.clarenceeducation.asia

Phoenix House International School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Short-listed candidates will undergo background checks, including following-up references with previous employers.

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We seek:

  • Experience of innovative and engaging Primary Art curriculum, lesson design and delivery 
  • Ability to deliver innovative projects and exhibitions across drawing, painting, sculpture and textile media
  • Clear understanding of and appreciation for the effective use of formal formative and summative assessment methods and progress data in Art
  • High creativity and artistic lifestyle expectations, and the ability to effectively differentiate to meet all artistic abilities and needs
  • Ability to make art appreciation and expression high profile across all year groups.
  • Commitment to all artistic aspects of house life including regular small scale as well as larger scale art exhibitions and events
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Commitment to wider life of school including art house life and enrichment programmes
  • Determination and ability to supply the best possible creative and artistic experience to each child
  • Willingness, flexibility and the commitment associated with growing a young school and art department
  • An understanding of the high professional and personal expectations working for an independent prep school requires, including periodic weekend school events
  • Excellent organisation, commitment and work ethic
  • Passion for residential outdoor education 

 

We offer:  

  • Modern school building in central Tokyo, well-resourced art room, and exhibition space 
  • Motivated, engaged and well-behaved children   
  • Regular residential school trips to our North Peak enrichment campus in Hokkaido  
  • CPD and PM to support innovative practice  
  • Attractive salary and benefits package, including relocation, accommodation, local health insurance and pension

Position Type: Specialist Art Teacher
Contract Type: Full Time
Apply by: June 21, 2024
Job Starts: August 2024
Click here for the Job Description and Application Form

Are you seeking a school where you work hard, surrounded by smiles and kindness? Do you want to teach children who are excited, and striving to become the kindest, happiest and tidiest school in the world? Are you seeking an independent British prep school nestled in the centre of the biggest city in the world? If you are an exceptional and committed UK-qualified Primary school teacher, then the children of Phoenix House are looking for you!

Set in the centre of Tokyo, close to the Imperial Palace and the British Embassy, Phoenix House offers a British independent prep-school style education based on the National Curriculum of England, for pupils aged 5 to 11. Phoenix House is the official feeder prep school for Rugby School Japan.

If you are looking for a school where you can work to ensure every pupil is inspired and challenged, alongside colleagues who show exceedingly high levels of commitment to the field of education, then we are looking to hear from you! We seek professionals who are keen to go above and beyond, and who understand and appreciate the varied demands of independent schooling, including the impact of marketing events, admissions and business aspects on school and teaching life.

Phoenix House teachers work with some of the most high achieving and engaged pupils in the region, who in turn enjoy high levels of parental support and encouragement. These factors combine to create an exciting working and learning environment, with wide open doors of opportunity for both pupils and teachers.

Our core mission at Phoenix House is to grow confident, articulate young people, through a curriculum that challenges, and a co-curricular programme that builds character and expertise. Each Phoenix takes entrance exams to Rugby School Japan, or other leading senior schools, during Prep 5 and Prep 6.

Building confidence and enriching the whole school community, our houses - Oak, Rothesay, Snowdon, and Windsor, bring the arts, culture and sports to the heart of Phoenix House. Annual residential visits for all year groups, enliven the curriculum and deepen self confidence through a boarding school experience. 

If you feel excited by the opportunity to join our growing team, in this young, dynamic school then we encourage early application. Teachers with experience in, and an understanding of UK independent schools, are strongly encouraged to apply.

Position Type: PE Teacher
Contract Type: Full Time
Apply by: June 21, 2024
Job Starts: August 2024
Click here for the Job Description and Application Form


CEAMS

At a glance


Location: Tokyo, Japan

Type: International


About CEAMS


CEAMS is an international school management organization managing and affiliated with several international school brands in Japan, including:


Phoenix House International School (Tokyo)

A British curriculum international Primary and Middle School located near the Tokyo Imperial Palace, Phoenix House’s core mission is to create young people who can work collaboratively, ask and answer deep questions, think critically, research and present, using a thematic approach which naturally incorporates and develops inquiry skills. We seek to deliver both academic excellence and personal growth, helping our students grow as individuals with both integrity and a strong moral compass.


Clarence International School (Tokyo)

A British curriculum (Early Years Foundation Stage) and Arts focused preschool in the heart of Tokyo (Omotesando). All of our teaching comes with a firm Arts backbone, which we believe leads to maximum learning benefits. Literacy, numeracy, science and fluency in English are never compromised. Teaching children these fundamental skills via different, stimulating mediums, such as rhythm, dance, artistic techniques, story-telling and drama, helps to make the learning experience enjoyable, memorable and more permanent. Most importantly, we provide our children with the opportunity to look at the world differently, understanding there are multiple perspectives, and prompting them to be curious, inquisitive and open minded.


North Peak Enrichment Campus (Hokkaido)

At our North Peak Enrichment Campus in Hokkaido, pupils will enjoy an environment in which to learn and grow, in closer affinity to the natural world. They learn about the environment, survival, plants and animals, whilst developing their skills in horse-riding and a variety of exciting outdoor pursuits, sports and activities.

Pledge of Non-Discrimination


CEAMS is an equal opportunity educator and employer. We will not discriminate against any student, prospective student, employee, or job applicant on the basis of race, colour, gender, nationality, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. We will take measures to ensure against such discrimination in all of our services and practices.


Please note:


We receive a great many applications for a limited number of openings. While each applicant will receive a response confirming their application, we apologise in advance that we are not able to respond to each applicant individually after that and will only contact those candidates whose applications we wish to take further.

CEAMS is an equal opportunities employer.