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Presbyterian Preschool Services' Education Mission
Presbyterian Preschool Services' Education Mission

Presbyterian Preschool Services' Education Mission

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Educational Support Programme - Get To Know Our Educators!

Educational Support Programme - Get To Know Our Educators!

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Childcare Teacher

The Childcare Teacher will be responsible for creating a quality learning environment and a secure environment for children. She will work with team members to co-design the curriculum together with the in-house Curriculum Specialist, and will integrate innovative teaching & learning practices in her implementation of the curriculum. Most importantly, she will embrace and cultivate values that will prepare children at the centre to be lifelong learners and contributing members of the society.

The Childcare Teacher will partner parents & the community to foster children’s holistic development.

Teachers will be provided with basic training to work with children with mild developmental needs. For those who are keen to work more closely with children with special needs, opportunities are available for them to undergo additional training to become Learning Support Educators (LSEd).

Requirements

  • Diploma or Certificate in Early Childhood Care and Education – Teaching (DECCE-T or CECCCE)

  • Good communication and interpersonal skills

  • A team player

  • Experience in the Early Childhood is an added advantage

  • We offer leadership mentoring, scholarship, lateral & vertical career progression, attractive benefits and remuneration.

 

Infant Care Teacher

The Infant Care Teacher supports the learning and development of infants and toddlers through interactive and stimulating experiences. She will partner with parents to foster the holistic development of infants and toddlers under her care. Some of the key responsibilities include:

  1. Provide quality, nurturing care to infants and toddlers enrolled in the programme

  2. Communicate effectively with infants, toddlers, their parents and other staff

 

Requirements

  • Certificate in Infant/Toddler Care & Development (CIT) / Higher Certificate in Infant Care (HCIC)/

  • Advanced Certificate in Early Years (ACEY)

  • Candidates who are currently undergoing HCIC/ACEY are welcome to apply too

  • Preferably with relevant experience in teaching infant and toddlers

  • Singaporean or PR preferred

 

Educational Support Teacher

The Educational Support Teacher’s (EST) primary role is to support class teachers and children with developmental concerns/ special needs in the implementation of appropriate educational programming within an inclusive learning environment to ensure that each child’s potential is maximised. In addition, they also work closely with families and caregivers, early intervention professionals to support the delivery of programme and services.

 

Requirements

  • Specialist Diploma in Early Childhood Intervention (Special Needs) (SDESN)

  • Proficient in written and spoken English

  • Strong multi-tasking skill

Learning Support Educator

The Learning Support Educator (LSEd) is a key player to the success of the Development Support and Learning Support (DS-LS) Programme. A preschool teacher by training, the LSEd serves as a resource in the early childhood landscape by supporting preschool teachers and children with learning and developmental needs within the classroom setting. Some of the key responsibilities include:

 

  1. Use prescribed screening tools to screen children referred by preschool teachers for learning and developmental issues

  2. Present screening outcomes to Paediatricians and the therapy teams at Case Filter Meetings

  3. Work collaboratively with teachers, therapists, caregivers and DS-LS professionals to provide support for children with mild developmental needs

  4. Work out the individual education plan (IEP) for the DS-LS children

  5. Support therapy teams by embedding the therapy goals into the classroom curriculum