BSJ is an educational trust, overseen by a Council of Trustees and a Board of Governors. It does not have shareholders and all profits are reinvested to improve teaching and learning opportunities in our exceptional school.
The School has been present in Jakarta for over 40 years and moved to a new, purpose-built location in 1994. Set in south-west Jakarta, the campus occupies 18 hectares of a green-field site and has attractive, well-equipped facilities including an Olympic–size swimming pool, theatre and a new purpose built sports hall including all weather playing surfaces.
BSJ has regular inspection and accreditation visits with the last Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) visit in May 2015. Following a full Council of International Schools (CIS) accreditation visit in November 2016, BSJ is also a fully accredited member of both the Council of International Schools (CIS) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). It is also a full member of the Federation of British International Schools in Asia (FOBISIA), the Council of British International Schools (COBIS), and authorised by the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) to offer the Diploma Progamme.
Learning Technology at BSJ has been a strategic focus for the past 3 years. It has implemented a 1:1 student device programs with iPads in primary school and laptops in secondary school. In 2017, the school was awarded Distinguished Apple School status for Innovation, Leadership, and Educational Excellence in our Learning Technology programs. We were also recognized as a Common Sense Media Digital Citizenship Certified School for our work integrating Digital Citizenship into all year levels and subject areas across the curriculum.
Currently BSJ has a role of 1,450 students aged 3 to 18. We have students from over 40 countries, who follow courses based upon the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) and UK National Curriculum up to age 16 and complete the International Baccalaureate Diploma thereafter. Around 40% of our students come from the UK, Australia/New Zealand and other Commonwealth countries with English as the common language of instruction.
Academic standards are high throughout the school in IGCSE, GCSE and IB examinations. The IB Diploma pass rate is normally 100% which places BSJ in the top 5% of IB schools worldwide and our overall performance is comparable to good independent schools in the UK. We are dedicated to education in a broad sense. The school year is packed with sporting and cultural activities and students enjoy a stimulating environment where internationalism is fostered.
Teachers at BSJ come from a wide variety of backgrounds. Some are experienced international school teachers, whilst others have joined us directly from the UK system. There are over 140 teachers. They all share a common belief in the benefits of international schooling and are committed to providing the best education possible for our students.
BSJ recruits well qualified, experienced career professionals with relevant EYFS, International Primary Curriculum (IPC), National Curriculum, IGCSE, GCSE and IB experience. Contributions to co-curricular programmes are essential. Outstanding teachers from other backgrounds will be considered if the applicant is willing to learn and work within the BSJ system and ethos.
The remuneration package is excellent and reflects the status and quality of this internationally renowned school and includes:
annual flights for employee and dependants
comprehensive medical cover
substantial housing and household costs allowance
Tuition fee remission for two dependants up to and including Y13
25% gratuity per year paid on completion of the initial 2 year contract and thereafter annually
Interviews will be held in Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai and London during the month of December.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Please note that the school encourages early applications as BSJ reserves the right to appoint prior to the closing date in the event an exceptional candidate is identified.