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“It was fun, it was hard work, it was
Most schools where SIM sends staff, struggle every year
an awesome privilege to serve the
to get a full quota of teachers to cover all the subLord by mentoring a bunch of interestjects they offer. Yet for those who answer the
ing students and getting them ready to do
call to go, the experience is richly
Cambridge International exams. And in my
rewarding. The schools ususchool holidays I got to visit some of the
ally have many nationalities
most exotic locations on earth.”
— Polly, (taught art at Bingham Academy)
among both students
and staff, but they
offer tuition in
Next page: some of the schools that SIM is associated
with on three continents. Check out their
websites to get an idea of their programmes
and current staffing needs.
SIM New Zealand staff would be
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honoured to help you find a
school that’s a good fit for you.
A selection of the schools
NEPAL, Kathmandu International Study
Centre — www.kisc.edu.np.
Has both Cambridge (UK) and MSA
(American) accreditation. More than
200 students from K to Year-13. For urgent staffing needs financial packages
are available. There are Kiwi staff at the
CAMBODIA, Hope International School
— www.hope.edu.kh. Two campuses, in
Pnom Penh & Siem Reap (near Angkor
Wat). This school has both Cambridge
and IB (International Baccalaureate)
accreditation. Preference is for a minimum two-year contract. There are Kiwi
staff at the school.
ETHIOPIA, Bingham Academy —
Founded in 1946, the school continues
to develop and grow. As well as mission
partners’ children, students are from
business, NGO and embassy families.
Cambridge International curriculum.
There are Kiwi staff at the school.
We’d love for
you to get in
touch with us
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 0508 4 SIM NZ
Metro Delhi International School
Woodstock School, Mussoorie
Hebron School, Ooty
What they have in common:
Most of these schools require
teachers to raise financial support
at home, but offer a variety of staff
benefits (see their websites for
these). The school year starts in
August and staff normally go for at
least a year. Teaching is in English.
They are all Christian schools and
are typically governed by a board
which represents several
As well as mission families, children
of locals and secular expatriates
also go to the schools; being a
teacher brings many opportunities
to share and model the Gospel to
those who don’t know Christ.
School, Chiang Mai
Rift Valley Academy,
NIGER, Sahel Academy —
Located in Niamey, Sahel’s mission is to
develop students through a high-quality,
holistic education while nurturing a
Christlike character and a heart of service.
The 180 students come from all over the
world. Teachers are needed at various
levels of this K-to-Year-12 school. There
are Kiwi staff at the school.
There is also an opportunity to teach a
small class of children at Galmi Hospital
(www.galmi.org) - special needs & ESL
teaching experience required.
ZAMBIA, Mukinge Hill Academy —
www.sim.org.nz (for information)
This is a local school where staff teach
Zambian children, but the curriculum is
international and teaching is in English.
There are often Kiwi staff at the school.
BANGLADESH, Grace International School —
BOLIVIA, Carachipampa Christian School —
INDIA, Hebron School —
KENYA, Rift Valley Academy —
NIGERIA, Hillcrest School —
PHILIPPINES, Faith Academy —
PAKISTAN, Muree Christian School —
SIM serves here
THAILAND, Grace International School —