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Enthusiastic and adaptable classroom practitioners are required for an August 2023 start.

Students come first is our guiding pillar. The right candidates will be highly committed team players with the drive, energy and passion to help develop this forward-looking school. They will be internationally minded and excited to work with a culturally diverse range of colleagues and children. Applicants must be willing to lead by example and play a full part in the College’s pastoral care and extra-curricular programme.

Junior School teachers have high expectations of themselves and learners. They are reflective and strive for continual improvement. They value knowing each child as an individual and create a safe space for learning. They believe in personalising learning and that all children have the right to make progress from their individual starting points; teachers identify the needs of children and provide support and challenge as appropriate.

Our teachers understand the importance of a solid platform of core skills and content, and see this as a springboard to teach broader concepts, through an inquiry approach to learning. To support this every student has access to a device. Our curriculum and timetable value a breadth of disciplines that includes traditionally academic subjects as well as STEM, sports, and visual and performance arts. Teachers are supported to develop areas of expertise within this model.

Above all, our teachers strive to develop a love for learning in every child.


Our College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people in our care. We follow safe recruitment practices and appointments are subject to vetting including reference checks, and identity and criminal record checks.

Dulwich College (Singapore)

Students come first is a guiding pillar in everything we do at Dulwich College (Singapore). We therefore invite applications from educators who share our pioneering spirit and dedication to serve the needs of over 2,800 individuals, aged between 2 and 18, across our community. We want to develop a culture focused on wellbeing where staff and students benefit from the best quality learning possible, have agency in their work and studies, and collaborate to build a sustainable and equitable world.

Regarded as one of the leading international schools in Singapore, the College is academically selective and provides a rigorous curriculum, complemented by a rich co-curricular programme. We build upon an enhanced version of the English National Curriculum, followed by IGCSE and the IB Diploma Programme. It is a genuinely international education. Our modern campus connects us to the greenery of Singapore and features technology-rich learning spaces, world-class performing arts facilities, swimming pools, sports pitches, and gymnasia.

The Junior School

Our Junior School caters for 880 enthusiastic learners aged between 7 and 11. Everything we do is underpinned by a culture of safety and wellbeing for all members of the community. We build upon the excellent foundations laid in DUCKS, and develop a depth of academic knowledge, as well as the life skills and mindset needed, to prepare students for the best possible success in our Senior School. We want children to leave Year 6 as motivated, independent and collaborative learners.

Our Vision for Teachers

Dulwich College International (DCI) is a family of leading international schools in Asia. Across our schools, we are focused on nurturing teacher and, in turn, every student to have the skills and motivation to thrive in life and make a positive difference in the world – that is, to Graduate Worldwise. To this end, we look to recruit the very best practitioners in international education who are passionate about unlocking the potential of our students, and who will continue to grow with us as Worldwise Teachers.

Worldwise teachers:

  • Put students first in all they do

  • Display a positive attitude, adaptability and open-mindedness

  • Show professional initiative and perseverance

  • Are truly collaborative and display highly developed communication skills

  • Are committed to internationalism and equity

  • Are committed to sustainability and global citizenship

Worldwise teachers believe in:

  • The right of every student to be safe, supported and nurtured

  • Evidence-based and innovative pedagogy

  • Personalised and differentiated student learning

  • Setting high expectations for every student

  • Empowering students to reach their own goals

  • High levels of student motivation and engagement

Worldwise teachers’ practice:

  • Maximises every student’s opportunity learn

  • Promotes student agency, reflection and a love of learning

  • Delivers academic rigour and holistic learning

  • Reveals the complex and inter-disciplinary nature of learning content

  • Creates a supportive and dynamic learning environment

  • Develops students’ higher-order thinking

Closing date for applications is Friday, 30 September 2022 (Singapore time).
Applications can be submitted here.

We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. Having a diverse staff body is a great strength to us as a College and one of the ways that we can help students achieve our College Mission of Living Worldwise. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, pregnancy or socio-economic status. We support family-friendly flexible working opportunities, where operational needs allow. Staff recruited locally are subject to Terms and Conditions of Service according to local employment law.

Dulwich College (Singapore) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all the students in our care and expects all applicants to share this commitment. We follow safe recruitment practices which are aligned to the recommendations of the International Task Force on Child Protection. We hold ourselves to a high standard of effective recruiting practices with specific attention to child protection. All appointments are subject to an interview, identity checks, criminal record checks, and successful references.

CPE Registration Number: 201027137D.
Period of Registration: 09 January 2020 to 08 January 2024