Founded in Australia and made its entry into China in 2010 as an education management company with Australian concepts for bilingual kindergartens. Six years after its establishment, our business scope has widened from bilingual kindergartens to international kindergartens.
We also run early childhood learning centres, children playgrounds and children educational trips.
123 currently operates five bilingual kindergartens in Beijing, one international learning centre in Shanghai, and one international kindergarten in Chengdu.
123 aims at bringing top-grade international early childhood education to China, for more children to benefit from our “Play to Learn” and “Learn to Play” education concept. We make learning fun and easy for our children, and more importantly, allow them to enjoy their precious childhood.
|Subject to Teach||English|
|Total Hours per week||less than 40 hours|
|Working Days Per Week||5 days (weekdays)|
|Students’ Age||3-6 years old|
|Class Size||10-25 students|
|Duration of Each Class||45- 60 minutes|
|Contract Length||One academic year|
|Foreign Teachers Requirements|
|English level||Native English Speaker|
|Degree||BA degree or above|
|Terms of Employment|
|Salary||12000 CNY per month|
|Visa reimbursement||500 CNY per month|
|Holiday allowance||3,000 CNY per month|
|Flight Allowance||5,000 CNY (Back flight, when teaching finished)|
|Accommodation Allowance||2,000 CNY per month|
|Food Allowance||500 CNY per month|
|Visa||Work visa provided|
Chengdu(成都) City introduction
Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province, also named Rong, is a deputy provincial city and mega-cities of China. It has been determined to be science and technology, trade and financial centre and transportation and communications hub of Southwest China in 1993 by the State Council. On November 26, 2015, with the approval of State Council, Chengdu has been positioned as the country’s major high-tech industrial base, logistics centre and transportation hub, as well as the important centre city in the middle-western region of China.
In May 2016, with the consent of the State Council, the National Development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Housing and Urban jointly issued the “Chengdu-Chongqing Urban Agglomeration Development Planning” guidance document, which decides to position Chengdu as a national central city.
The surrounding Chengdu Plain is also known as the “Country of Heaven” (Chinese: 天府之国; pinyin: Tiānfǔ zhi Guó) and the “Land of Abundance”. Its prehistoric settlers included the Sanxingdui culture. Founded by the state of Shu prior to its incorporation into China, Chengdu is unique as a major Chinese settlement that has maintained its name (nearly) unchanged throughout the imperial, republican, and communist eras. It was the capital of Liu Bei’s Shu during the Three Kingdoms Era, as well as several other local kingdoms during the Middle Ages.After the fall of Nanjing to the Japanese in 1937, Chengdu briefly served as the capital of China. It is now one of the most important economic, financial, commercial, cultural, transportation, and communication centres in Western China. Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport, a hub of Air China and Sichuan Airlines is one of the 30 busiest airports in the world, and Chengdu Railway Station is one of the six biggest in China. Chengdu also hosts many international companies and more than 12 consulates. More than 260 Fortune 500 companies have established branches in Chengdu.