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Opportunities to Teach at Pensmith STEM International  School

Job Opportunities

Vacancy added 12th Feb 2019

  • Early Years Teacher

Vacancy added: 2nd Feb 2019

  • Key Stage 1 Teacher

  • Secondary Science (Chemistry and Biology) Teacher

Pensmith STEM job description

Working at

Pensmith STEM International is a new school with a small and growing community.  Through our international curriculum, we focus on developing 21st Century skills through the integrated learning of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
We are committed to providing a safe environment for our children to learn and for our staff to work.  In order to do this all staff recruited are subject to our safe recruitment procedures which include assessment of information provided upon application, the interview process alongside verification of identity, qualifications, and references.
  • enthusiastic, qualified and experienced
  • B.Ed degree, or a Bachelor’s Degree plus a PGCE (or equivalent)

We would love to hear from you if:

  • You are passionate about instilling 21stCentury skills
  • You get excited about Science / Technology / Engineering / Maths 
  • You would love the challenge of being part of a founding team 
For more details of  the Traits and Dispositions of Pensmith STEM lifelong learners educators:, please review the job description link above.

How to Apply

Please email an application letter, along with your resume, and details of 2 professional referees 
to Tony Atkinson the Head of School  at : and copy
Please enter you name and the position you are applying for in the subject line of the email.

Applications can also  be made through our careers portal:

Please mention in your application.
Teacher Benefits Full details of salary package and terms and conditions will be sent to short-listed candidates

  • Competitive salary (approx 80000 – 90000 baht / month)
  • Private medical insurance
  • 2 year contract
  • Mid-contract flight contribution
  • End of Contract Bonus
School Facilities


For security and safety, our campus is a closed campus. Students have access to maintained gardens as well as playground areas for sports and relaxation.   At the school entrance, we have a large all-weather sports area marked out for a range of sports. We have a purpose-built play area for kindergarten students.
Learning Spaces
We have designed our learning spaces with 21st Century learning in mind. These spaces consist of learning areas for the whole class or small group collaboration, alongside breakout areas for individual work. These spaces are designed to support multi-disciplinary, cross-curricular projects which include for example English, Art, Design, Programming, Computing, Engineering, Science, Maths, and Humanities. Technology is seamlessly integrated into these spaces, with laptops/tablets on hand to complement and enhance the curriculum.
Sports Facilities
The campus has an all-weather futsal pitch, a multi-purpose surface designed for a range of outdoor sports, basketball and fitness activities and a 25-metre outdoor swimming pool, and adjoining smaller pool for our kindergarten students.
Food and Drink Provision
Our school has a dedicated canteen area and snack shop, which offers a wide range of healthy snacks, before school and at our two break times during the day.
Headmaster Tony Atkinson
Curriculum Tailored British Curriculum, IGCSE and A Levels.

Our focus is on developing 21st Century skills with the integrated learning of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) alongside English Communication skills. This preparation enables our students to succeed in school, at university and in their future careers.

We believe that through outstanding integrated learning in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths alongside English Communication Skills in providing the environment, curriculum and 21st Century learning experiences that will prepare our students with the skills they need to thrive.

What is STEM and why are we focussing on it? STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.  It is much more than that.  Learning STEM is a hands on approach which integrates subjects and skills in their learning experiences.  The focus of STEM education is on problem solving and developing 21st Century skills and preparing our students for the 21st Century economy and to thrive in our ever-changing 21st Century world.

21st Century Skills 21st Century skills must integrate the core skills that we apply to everyday tasks, an understanding of English, Maths, Science, ICT, and Finance. We believe we must develop critical thinking and problem solving skills, creativity, communication and collaboration skills, as it is these competencies that help us approach complex problems that face the world. Finally, to thrive in our changing environment we believe we must instil the character qualities of curiosity, initiative, persistence, adaptability, leadership and social and cultural awareness.

Community Involvement

Community life is important for our school and we want for our students to actively participate and contribute to our school community. This involvement allows the development of skills, talents and collaborative successes from participation. There are a number of ways we encourage community involvement. Through our house system, the student council and voluntary / community projects and also sharing our learning with parents and students from Pensmith Thai School. visited the temple school at Wat Sri Bunruang, about 3 km from our school to give these donations of toys and clothes. The students also shared some Christmas fun by creating Christmas trees and reading with the stud.jpg

House System
When students and staff join our school they are placed into one of 4 house teams. There are various individual and team competitions that students participate in throughout the year where they represent their house – great opportunities for collaboration, communication, and leadership.
Student Council
The Student Council exists for the student body. This means Council members listen to student voices and take actions to develop the school and improve the convenience of school life. Therefore, our students have the responsibility and right to raise issues and inform their class representatives of matters for discussion during their Student Council meetings. Moreover, through students being involved with the Student Council, they will strengthen their leadership skills and identity as representatives of the School and their community.


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