Teachers at Braeburn International School Arusha


Braeburn International School Arusha


Due to expansion, we are looking for an additional teaching assistant. You must have a Tanzanian teaching certificate or diploma and have a minimum of 2 years teaching experience with 2-5 year olds.

You should also be highly motivated, caring and work well as part of a team.

Closing date: 30th December 2022

Applicants should send a letter of application, CV with referees and copies of certificates to; recruitment@braeburn.sc.tz


The school was founded in 1968 and was called Braeburn House International School.[1][2]

In 1979 the school consisted of one classroom block and a two-storey house. The Early Years unit and the Year 1 block had no roof at the time.[1] The children have always worn a purple uniform.[1][3]

A sixth form centre was opened in 2010, allowing pupils to complete their entire school education from 3–18 at the school.[2]

The school follows British National Curriculum and has over 300 students.

Adjacent to the school is Braeburn School, a primary school. These are owned by the Braeburn Group, which also operates Braeburn College (Nairobi), Mombasa International School, Kisumu International School and Braeburn School Arusha (in Tanzania).

The school motto is summum appeto,[1] a motto it shares with other schools in the Braeburn Group, which is Latin for 'Seeking the Top'.[4]

 The Braeburn Group of International Schools operates 16 co-educational international schools spread over 9 campuses across Kenya and Tanzania providing world class teaching of the British National Curriculum, IGCSE and GCE A-Levels to over 4,100 pupils.

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