International School of Nice

International School of Nice

The International School of Nice is an essential part of the educational infrastructure on the Cote d'Azur. ISN provides an Anglophone programme for students aged 4 to 18 years (Pre-K to Grade 12). The International School of Nice is an IB World School, offering both the PYP and IBDP, and is fully accredited by two agencies - the European Council for International Schools (CIE), and the Middle States Association of the United States (MSA). The International School of Nice is a clear reflection of the international community on the French Riviera with an enrolment composed of over 40 nationalities. There are a large number of extra-curricular activities for students, including sports tournaments, Model United Nations, Student Council and Field Trips in France and abroad. ISN's graduates go on to pursue higher education at top universities all over the world.

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1977
Private
Not for Profit
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Co-Educational
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Council of International Schools (CIS)
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSACS)
IB PYP
IB DP

Contact Information
15, ave Claude Debussy
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Nice
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6200
+33 4 93210400
+33 4 93218490

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Education Information
IB DP
IB PYP
International
UK-IGCSE
English
PreK
12

Tuition Fees
16200.0
20850.0

Teacher Information
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70
12

Student Information
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Teaching Information
172
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Job Types and Salaries

Visa Requirements
School Benefits
Number of Contract Days
172-175 teacher contact days. Teachers are not required to be present during school and national holidays (Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer breaks, Armistice etc.) which generally follow the French academic and national calendar.
Starting Salary Range
Teacher salaries range from €30020 to €42800. The system of remuneration is based on the amount of experience in education and qualifications and is calculated on a 21 step scale. Each step corresponds to one year of teaching experience.

Teachers with a masters or doctorate are awarded an additional step. Promotion from one step to the next is effective in September.
Taxes
Too much. It's France!
Savings Potential
Supplemental retirement plan to top-up social security payments for retirement.
Flights/Transport
One-way economy airfare from contractual point of origin by the most direct route to Nice.
Moving Allowance
Relocation assistance: practical and financial assistance towards certain relocation expenses (up to €800 on the invoice).

Shipping expenses reimbursed up to €1500 against receipts.
Dependent Opportunities
Free tuition for children of ISN teachers with a full teaching workload.
Medical
Comprehensive medical cover for short and long-term illness.
Dental
Comprehensive insurance coverage.
Disability
Comprehensive Insurance cover in case of death or disability.
Other
Comprehensive staff appraisal and development programme to ensure that ISN is providing a dynamic educational experience that empowers and challenges our community of learners to unlock their full potential in a world of change.

Special Education Needs Teacher (part time)

The Learning Support Teacher (LST) at ISN is responsible for enabling their assigned students to access the mainstream curriculum. The LST is expected to liaise with teachers to ensure that their students’ needs are being met in the classroom and that a whole school inclusion policy is maintained, as well as contribute to ISN’s effective data management. Ideally, the LST should have a degree in teaching or in psychology, and have a qualification or some knowledge/experience in Special Educational Needs & Disabilities. They should be willing to undertake (where appropriate) additional training in the teaching of literacy, Maths, and other cognitive or communication issues for students with specific learning difficulties. The LST should have experience in working in the classroom providing in-class or individual support, have an understanding of the PYP and IB curriculums, including an awareness of the diverse learning needs in an international setting. The ability to be flexible, patient and show empathy for others, to be a willing advocate for students and be able to relate to other people, are essential qualities required for this post. The LST is expected to be organised, to have a good knowledge of their students’ learning needs and a willingness to keep up to date with the latest research on SEND. This position is limited to EU passport holders.

Job Description:

Provide curriculum, maths, literacy, cognitive, communication and emotional support to allocated students in Lower, Middle and High Schools
Write end of semester reports and Individual Education Plans (IEPs) for these students
Liaise with teachers and SENCO to ensure that students’ needs are being met throughout the school
Be responsible for filing their own end of semester reports and IEPs in the ‘Little Red Book’ and in the Lower School folder, updating the learning centre page on Rubicon Atlas, the files in the school office and in the Learning Centre
Attend SEN departmental meetings to discuss progress of students in the L.C
Attend Lower School, Middle School and High School meetings with the SENCO to discuss progress and concerns of L.C students
Remain in contact with parents to discuss their children’s progress through phone calls, emails or by attending meetings with them, including the Open Evening at the beginning of the school year and the PTCs
Starting: 22 Aug 2019
Apply By: 20 Aug 2019