Applications invited for teachers

1.Position: PRT (English/ Social Studies, Maths/Science)
Work Location: Pune (Hinjewadi)
No. Of Vacancies: 2
Qualification: Masters with B.Ed from a recognized institute and excellent communication skills. Competent to teach all subjects.
Experience: Minimum 2-5 years
Applicants who have applied earlier need not apply.

2. Position: TGT (English/Social Science, Science/Maths and Hindi)
Work Location: Pune (Hinjewadi)
No. Of Vacancies: 3
Qualification: Graduate/ Post Graduate with B.Ed/M.Ed from recognized institute and excellent communication skills. Minimum 4 -6 years of experience.
Applicants who have applied earlier need not apply.

3. Position: PGT (English/Social Science, Physics, Maths and Hindi)
Work Location: Pune (Hinjewadi)
No. Of Vacancies: 5
Qualification: Post Graduate with B.Ed/M.Ed from recognized institute and excellent communication skills. Minimum 7- 8 years of experience. PhD will be an added advantage.
Applicants who have applied earlier need not apply.

4. Position: Language Teachers(FRENCH/GERMAN))
Work Location: Pune (Hinjewadi & NIBM)
No. Of Vacancies: 4 (FULL TIME/PART TIME)
Qualification: Diploma or Masters with proficiency in writing & spoken language.Applicants having teaching experience & Diploma from Alliance Fraincaise /Max Mueller will be preferred.
Applicants who have applied earlier need not apply.


“Don’t tell me how educated you are, tell me how much you have travelled.”
- Anonymous, The Quran


Respect Teachers uphold human dignity and promote equality and emotional and cognitive development. In their professional practice, teachers demonstrate respect for spiritual and cultural values, diversity, social justice, freedom, democracy and the environment.

Care Teachers’ practice is motivated by the best interests of the pupils/students entrusted to their care. Teachers show this through positive influence, professional judgement and empathy in practice.

Trust Teachers’ relationships with pupils/students, colleagues, parents, school management and the public are based on trust. Trust embodies fairness, openness and honesty.

Integrity Honesty, reliability and moral action are embodied in integrity. Teachers exercise integrity through their professional commitments, responsibilities and actions.

1. Professional Values and Relationships

Teachers should:

  1. be caring, fair and committed to the best interests of the pupils/students entrusted to their care, and seek to motivate, inspire and celebrate effort and success
  2. acknowledge and respect the uniqueness, individuality and specific needs of pupils/ students and promote their holistic development
  3. be committed to equality and inclusion and to respecting and accommodating diversity including those differences arising from gender, civil status, family status, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, race, ethnicity, membership of the Traveller community and socio-economic status, and any further grounds as may be referenced in equality legislation in the future.
  4. seek to develop positive relationships with pupils/students, colleagues, parents, school management and others in the school community, that are characterised by professional integrity and judgement
  5. work to establish and maintain a culture of mutual trust and respect in their schools.

2. Professional Integrity

Teachers should:

  1. act with honesty and integrity in all aspects of their work
  2. respect the privacy of others and the confidentiality of information gained in the course of professional practice, unless a legal imperative requires disclosure or there is a legitimate concern for the wellbeing of an individual
  3. represent themselves, their professional status, qualifications and experience honestly
  4. use their name/names as set out in the Register of Teachers, in the course of their professional duties
  5. avoid conflict between their professional work and private interests which could reasonably be deemed to impact negatively on pupils/students.

3. Professional Conduct

Teachers should:

  1. uphold the reputation and standing of the profession
  2. take all reasonable steps in relation to the care of pupils/students under their supervision, so as to ensure their safety and welfare
  3. work within the framework of relevant legislation and regulations
  4. comply with agreed national and school policies, procedures and guidelines which aim to promote pupil/student education and welfare and child protection
  5. report, where appropriate, incidents or matters which impact on pupil/student welfare
  6. communicate effectively with pupils/students, colleagues, parents, school management and others in the school community in a manner that is professional, collaborative and supportive, and based on trust and respect
  7. ensure that any communication with pupils/ students, colleagues, parents, school management and others is appropriate, including communication via electronic media, such as e-mail, texting and social networking sites
  8. ensure that they do not knowingly access, download or otherwise have in their possession while engaged in school activities, inappropriate materials/images in electronic or other format
  9. ensure that they do not knowingly access, download or otherwise have in their possession, illicit materials/images in electronic or other format
  10. ensure that they do not practise while under the influence of any substance which impairs their fitness to teach.

4. Professional Practice

Teachers should:

  1. maintain high standards of practice in relation to pupil/student learning, planning, monitoring, assessing, reporting and providing feedback
  2. apply their knowledge and experience in facilitating pupils’/students’ holistic development
  3. plan and communicate clear, challenging and achievable expectations for pupils/students
  4. create an environment where pupils/ students can become active agents in the learning process and develop lifelong learning skills
  5. develop teaching, learning and assessment strategies that support differentiated learning in a way that respects the dignity of all pupils/ students
  6. inform their professional judgement and practice by engaging with, and reflecting on, pupil/student development, learning theory, pedagogy, curriculum development, ethical practice, educational policy and legislation
  7. in a context of mutual respect, be open and responsive to constructive feedback regarding their practice and, if necessary, seek appropriate support, advice and guidance
  8. act in the best interest of pupils/students.

5. Professional Development

Teachers should:

i) take personal responsibility for sustaining and improving the quality of their professional practice by:

  • actively maintaining their professional knowledge and understanding to ensure it is current
  • reflecting on and critically evaluating their professional practice, in light of their professional knowledge base
  • availing of opportunities for career-long professional development.

6. Professional Collegiality and Collaboration

Teachers should:

  1. work with teaching colleagues and student teachers in the interests of sharing, developing and supporting good practice and maintaining the highest quality of educational experiences for pupils/students
  2. work in a collaborative manner with pupils/students, parents/guardians, school management, other members of staff, relevant professionals and the wider school community, as appropriate, in seeking to effectively meet the needs of pupils/students
  3. co-operate with the Inspectorate of the Department of Education and Skills and other statutory and public non-statutory educational and support services, as appropriate
  4. engage with the planning, implementation and evaluation of curriculum at classroom and school level.


  • Respect the rights of all persons involved in the educational process.
  • Respect the authority of school staff.
  • Respect the diversity of staff and students in the Anisha Global School with regard to race, colour, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, marriage, pregnancy, parenthood, sexual orientation, gender identity, primary language, disability, special needs, age, and economic class.
  • Contribute to the maintenance of a safe and supportive educational environment.
  • Apply their abilities and interests to the improvement of their education.
  • Exercise the highest degree of self-discipline, to the best of their ability, in observing and adhering to rules and regulations.
  • Recognize that responsibility is inherent in the exercise of every right.
  • Assure that they exercise their voice in student government.

Expected Student Behaviours

In Anisha Global School all students are expected to:

  • Engage in learning activities and take school work seriously.
  • Take responsibility for their own behaviour.
  • Be courteous.
  • Respect the personal, civil, and property rights of others.
  • Attend school regularly, on time, and prepared to learn.
  • Complete assignments on time.
  • Seek alternatives to verbal or physical conflicts.
  • Speak appropriately.
  • Dress appropriately.
  • Exhibit self-control.
  • Cooperate with others.
  • Behave ethically.
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