E-Bridge Pre-School Pte Ltd
Inviting passionate educators to join us in shaping the future
E-Bridge Pre-School, a member of EtonHouse International Education Group, was launched under the Singapore Government’s Anchor Operator (AOP) Scheme to provide high quality and affordable early childhood services for families in Singapore. E-Bridge is founded on the belief that providing quality early years education to more communities across Singapore will improve the lives of children, families and the community at large and aims to offer a programme which will lay a strong foundation for children from all walks of life.
As part of EtonHouse, a global organization based in 11 countries with more than 100 campuses and over 10,000 children from 61 different nationalities, E-Bridge will offer an inquiry based programme that is engaging and holistic, built upon a foundation of respected research into young children’s learning and acknowledged best pedagogical practice. E-Bridge will also adopt high standards of practice with its quality assurance framework based on policies and standard operating procedures derived from international best practice. The children and parents thus have access to a holistic and nurturing learning environment that supports inquiry and exploration and encourages children to be confident, bilingual, responsible and happy citizens.
Our E-Bridge teachers will have access to a thorough and intensive training and professional development programme supported by EtonHouse. Our teachers will also be supported by a team of pedagogues who will provide guidance to ensure quality programs are delivered to our children.
We would like to invite like-minded and passionate educators with a genuine interest in early childhood education to join us in discovering a meaningful career which endeavours to nurture young children with a curiosity and eagerness to learn.
jobsDB Ref. JSG400003003034158
Primary duties and responsibilities of an art teacher include: preparing lesson plans and establishing course goals, selecting books and art supplies for courses; demonstrating method and procedure to pupils; observing and evaluating pupils’ work to determine student progress or making suggestions for improvement; conferring with student, parent, and counsellor to resolve student problem; and accompanying students on field trips to museums or art galleries. Art teachers may direct planning and supervision of student contests and arranging of art exhibits. They may also teach students with disabilities.
- Able to adapt/learn different teaching approach and methods
- Participate in brainstorming and suggestion of new ideas for creativity
- Engage, guide and inspire children to arouse their curiosity, to observe, discover, think and confidently express their creativity and imagination through different art and craft techniques
- Professionally manage the class knowing when to be firm and when to have fun
- Confidently lead a class of 10-12 children on topics/projects
- Promote and safeguard the welfare of children for whom you are responsible and with whom you come into contact
- Plan and prepare courses and lessons
- Inspect all student portfolios regularly and insist they are kept in good order
- Ensure that a visual record of students’ work us maintained each year; film and photograph
- Communicate and consult with parents and other persons or agencies outside the school as required
- Participate in any arrangements for further training and professional development
- Review methods of teaching and programmes of work from time to time
- Work closely with the Head of Department and assist with the preparation and introduction of new courses and schemes of work
- Create meaningful partnerships with early childhood educators in our community
- Engage children’s imagination in the learning process and increase their enthusiasm for learning and the arts
- Sound knowledge of expressive aers quality improvements issues
- A varied and successful record in teaching art & design
- The ability to work as member of a team
- Proven organizational skills
- The ability to teach effectively within short teaching periods
- The ability to use own initiative
- The essential ability to relate well to pupils, parents staff and other school users
- Proven empathy with children