P.International Kindergarten is located in Huaibei city. It covers an area of 18 acres and a campus covering an area of 12,000 square meters. The kindergarten hosts 22 classes and can provide lessons and activities to up to 400-500 children.
International Kindergarten is a joint organisation of the Huaibei Branch of the “P. Education and Youth Education Center”. Its curriculum is developed from the framework of Hong Kong’s international preschool education concept, to create a world-class quality curriculum, high-end teaching environment, and a comfortable learning environment for children; to cultivate children’s hands-on ability, adaptability, independent thinking, logical analysis, and teamwork; with our focus on the essence of filial piety.
|Subject to Teach||English|
|Working Hours Per Week||40|
|Office Hours per week||8 hours|
|Working Days Per Week||5 days|
|Students’ Age||3 years old to 6 years old|
|Class Size||20 students|
|Duration of Each Class||45 minutes|
|Contract Length||One year|
|Start Time||August or Beginning of September|
|Foreign Teachers Requirements|
|English level||Fluent English Speaker|
|Degree||BA degree or above|
|Terms of Employment|
|Salary||10,000 – 13,000 RMB per month|
|Visa||Work visa Provided|
Huai Bei (淮北) City introduction:
The prefecture-level city of Huaibei administers 4 county-level divisions, including 3 districts and 1 county.
Xiangshan Mountain, winding on the Huaibei Plain, gathers a multitude of beautiful sights of Huaibei travel. Xiantong Temple is the most important scenic spot of the mountain. This temple was first constructed during the Western Jin Dynasty (265-316), and rebuilt in the Tang Dynasty (618-907). The stele inscription by the Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty and the cliffside inscriptions on the Shenshui Crag (Shenshui Ya), together with the ancient buildings, are all the highlights of the temple.
Linhuan Ancient Tea Town: Linhuan Town, 37 kilometres (23 miles) southwest of the Suixi County on the north bank of the old huanshui River. The town has a history of more than 3,000 years and it has been over 600 years since the uprising of tea cultural in Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). In the 500 meters (547 yards) long central street stand no less than sixteen teahouses.