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Learning Support Integrator

Posted on:  14-Jan-2023
Job Req ID:  1859
Division:  School (SCH)
Department:  Whole School Other (40000790)


Links to: Senior Leadership Team



Nexus is an empowering, learning-focused community. We strive to create an honest, open and innovative community with our learners, parents and peers. We believe that we have something unique and special here, we are proud to be different in the way we work; and how we teach and learn.



At Nexus, we do things differently. Each member of staff is valued and recognised as a unique individual collaborating as part of a supportive community, to elevate one another with innovative ideas. Our strategies emerge from the collective positive mindsets of our colleagues.  You will experience high levels of ownership and empowerment in your role.



The role of the Learning Support Integrator is to support classroom teachers and subject specialists to identify, understand and address the learning needs of all of the young people in their classes, ensuring that each learner is engaged, confident and challenged to achieve.

This involves working directly with teachers and learners, and offering support and guidance to curriculum planning meetings and whole staff professional learning and development meetings. The Learning Support Integrator will spend the majority of their time collaborating with teachers in the classroom, focused on ways to enhance learning for all. This collaboration may involve: observing, coaching, modelling for, team-teaching with, and offering "just in time" guidance to teachers.



  • Work with teachers to build capacity and awareness of pedagogical strategies to support learners with diverse needs.

  • Support teachers to differentiate and build an inclusive culture within the classroom.

  • Interpret specialist reports and produce learner profiles for teachers.

  • Work with parents, teachers and learners to develop collaborative action plans.

  • Make recommendations on admission applications.

  • Design and develop staff professional development workshops.

  • Utilise appropriate assessments to inform next step teaching.

  • Support teachers with assessment, analysis and evaluation.

  • Attend year group and subject meetings to facilitate discussion around learners.

  • Involvement in whole school events and activities as required.



No two days are the same in this exciting diverse role. I am in school today at 7:30 am to prepare for an 8 am parent meeting. This is to review progress and collaborate around next steps. These meetings with parents are always powerful as they strengthen the home-school partnership. Next up is a review of some admissions applications to make recommendations on. A year group meeting follows, which involves facilitating discussions around a number of learners. After this is a team teaching session to model specific strategies outlined in the collaborative action plan. This is followed by lunch duty, which is a good opportunity to mingle with the learners.  After lunch, is our weekly Support Services team meeting to review learners and discuss concerns and interventions. Today I have a CCA (co-curricular activity) after school. I’ll be taking a group of learners mountain biking. It is always fun getting the learners out and about.


  • A relevant degree plus teaching qualification (or equivalent)

  • Higher degree or recognised professional qualification (preferred)

  • Working knowledge of the PYP, MYP, IGCSE and IBDP curricular

  • Evidence of continued relevant professional development

  • Experience working with bilingual and multilingual learners and learners with diverse needs 

  • A commitment to inclusion, supporting all learners within regular classroom settings, alongside their age peers, regardless of year level or phase

  • A thorough knowledge and understanding of current theory and practice in learning support and conversant with a range of assessment tools and strategies

  • Experience in an international school environment (preferred)

Nexus International School (Singapore) is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our children and families. Nexus endorses the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which Singapore ratified on 11 December 2008, and establishes a clear policy and guidelines to protect our learners from maltreatment by any person or persons who come in contact with them in any environment.


Nexus International School (Singapore) is an equal opportunity employer. We respect and seek to empower each individual and value the diverse cultures, perspectives, skills and experiences within our school.


Whilst every effort has been made to explain the main duties and responsibilities, the role may be revised from time to time.

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