Panyaden International School

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Panyaden International School

Values-based Education | Green School | Academic Excellence


Panyaden International School is a community of international and Thai staff who are passionate about providing a unique programme of learning for our pupils in a bilingual, sustainable environment set amongst the natural surroundings of northern Thailand. We share a vision for our students which is based on our core values of academic excellence, values-based education and green school approach. Our values-based education uses Buddhist principles to support our community as they work towards The Panyaden Profile.

We believe our teachers are our greatest asset. Therefore, our highest priority is the recruitment of effective, well-qualified and compassionate staff. We are looking to recruit teachers who can constantly contribute towards improving the educational programmes we provide in line with our school vision, mission and philosophy.

Panyaden is a unique school offering staff an unparalleled opportunity to develop themselves, both as educators and also as people. Therefore, we offer a package which includes both professional and personal development opportunities. Working at Panyaden is a life-changing experience and we are currently recruiting for open-minded educators to join our expanding team.


Realising Potential: The Panyaden Profile

A Panyaden community member is a well-balanced, thoughtful individual with strong learning skills. They are determined to keep learning in order to bring happiness and success to themselves, their peers and society. The Panyaden graduate has used the 12 Wise Habits to build a strong foundation for life, academically and emotionally, and is committed to perfecting them throughout life.

Are you ready to make the leap away from the norm towards a new vision for education?

At Panyaden we aim to cultivate a way of life, not just an academic education. Success in life, whether in academic study, career or family life, is derived not only from a sharp intellect but also from the ability to communicate skillfully, overcome difficulties, manage one’s moods and makes choices based on wisdom, compassion and understanding. Our efforts as teachers must be focused equally on helping children develop inner values as well as responsibility towards the world around them. Our team is dedicated to a conscious approach to supporting behaviours based on developing intrinsic motivation and self-awareness. To this end, we have created an atmosphere, an environment and a curriculum that are in harmony with the Buddhist path to wisdom and happiness.

Our expanding school currently offers education from 2 to 14 years, with students up to 16 years joining us for the 2020-21 academic year, followed by 16 - 18-year-old pupils in 2021. Panyaden students experience a holistic education combining an international standard curriculum (UK, IPC, IMYC and IB) with life skills and meditation, ‘My Project’ and social contribution projects set in our natural bamboo and earth campus. Imagine a school where children pick fruit from trees at break time and plant the rice that later fills their plate. If you are ready to work together towards a new vision for education we look forward to receiving your application.

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2011
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Ministry of Education (Thailand)
Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)

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+ 66 80 078 5115
Panyaden International School
218 Moo 2 Namprae
Thailand
Chiang Mai
Chaing Mai
Hang Dong
50230

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United Kingdom
English
Thai
Nursery
9

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School Librarian

Job Description - SCHOOL LIBRARIAN

We want to attract forward-thinking professionals to our faculty who have the human skills to really engage and inspire our students. We are interested as much in who you are - what motivates you, what life experiences you will bring with you, and what you think really matters in education. We are an educational community that wants to talk about ideas and work together to prioritize what we believe in. In this spirit, we seek professionals who actively collaborate with colleagues and who are willing to try fresh approaches to teaching and learning.

REPORTING TO
The Primary and Secondary Principals
OTHER KEY RELATIONSHIP
The coordinators, school counsellors, all teaching staff, parents and students

KEY RESULT AREA

Assist the Principals in developing, implementing and maintaining a policy for the management and use of the Library and as a resource which supports learning and teaching in the school, in collaboration with other staff.

Manage and organise resources, facilities and services provided by the Library and , in conjunction with the school management team, to allow flexible access and support for curricular activities, study support and independent use.

Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the service provided by the Library and implement changes, where necessary, preparing a Library improvement plan, in order to meet new priorities in conjunction with the Principals and other staff.

Select, acquire, purchase, advise on the promotion of learning resources in all formats and recreational reading material which support the curriculum, learning and teaching and literacy, in consultation with school management and other teaching staff, ensuring equality of access for all pupils and staff. Select, acquire, maintain and withdraw library stock, ensuring a balance between subject, languages and ability levels and show an active engagement in diversity and equality issues.

Index, catalogue and classify learning resources in the Library and and develop and maintain accurate and reliable catalogue and lending systems.

Take responsibility for the Library budget, allocating resources as identified in the Library development plan and present an annual report to the Principal.

Collaborate with teaching staff in the planning, development, delivery and evaluation of relevant information and study skills programmes in the Library.

Contribute to the development and promotion of the use of relevant ICT applications to support learning and teaching in the Library and , including on-line database, and keep abreast of ICT initiatives which have an impact on the delivery of a school library service.

Promote the use of Library and to the school community and foster an atmosphere which is conducive to positive learning experiences, i.e. investigation and research, for users of the service. This will include ensuring a high standard of display and promotional materials is available.

Disseminate information on resources and services through the production of curriculum-based bibliographies of Library and resources, and where appropriate, organise book events, author visits, book fairs and exhibitions in consultation with school management.

Contribute to relevant policy development in the school through memberships of appropriate groups, attendance, where appropriate, at school management team, coordinator meetings and section meetings, and through liaison with other teachers, e.g. ICT strategy, study support and curricular resource support.

Maintain and facilitate access to the careers library.

Participate, when requested, in other appropriate working groups.

Attend meetings, courses and training relevant to continued professional development.

Be aware of current developments in education and maintain staff resources.

Develop and maintain links with external agencies and sources to maximise the use of
appropriate materials and information for the Library and , including public libraries, museums, local colleges, community learning services and other local authorities.

Where appropriate, participate in primary/secondary liaison initiatives.

Encourage pupil involvement in the running of the Library.

Be willing to make a positive contribution to the overall school ethos.

Ensure that they respect, support and teach the Buddhist Principles of the school

Participate in the five-day meditation retreat organised by the school for the staff member’s personal growth.

Any other appropriate duties as allocated by the supervisor.
Starting: 1 Aug 2020
Apply By: 30 Jun 2020
Closes In: 27 days