About the Role
The Teacher will work collaboratively with Creakids by Dibber team members to support a program that is stimulating and challenging for each individual child.
The Teacher’s role includes the following responsibilities:
Foster a supportive and respectful learning environment that enhances children’s learning through play and through the development of relationships inspired by the company’s vision.
Responsible for planning and preparing materials for activities & display boards for current and forthcoming topics.
Give presentations and instruct children in the correct use and care of equipment and materials in order to prevent injury and or damage.
Organize and lead activities to promote all areas of development, cognitive, literacy, math, social and emotional, physical, creativity, and understanding of the world i.e. Arts and crafts, music and singing, storytelling, imaginative play, games, patterns, and sequence, etc.
Responsible for the implementation and the maintaining of the daily routine in the classroom.
Responsible to teach basic personal hygiene, proper eating habits, and social skills.
Ensure that the health and safety of the children are always maintained in line with the child protection and safety policy.
Prepares children’s reports and portfolios for parents each term.
Promote children’s resilience and well-being and cater to the needs of students to be both challenged and supported.
Prepare, plan, and deliver effective teaching and learning programs and observe, assess, and document children’s progress.
Develop and utilize a range of pedagogical approaches and learning opportunities that are inclusive and engaging for each child so that individual learning plans and outcomes are achieved.
Establish and maintain a learning environment both indoors and outdoors that is stimulating and provides a wide range of resources and materials that the children can utilize to develop individual and group projects.
Ensure the curriculum is culturally inclusive and promotes each child as a global citizen.
The Dibber Way forms the basis for attitudes and values required from the Teacher.
Attested bachelor’s degree in early childhood education or equivalent.
Cache Level 3 or equivalent certificate.
Minimum of 3 years of work experience in the same role.
Knowledge and understanding of early childhood development and education.
Ability to communicate effectively with parents and include them in their child's learning process.
Ability to motivate, engage and lead people through vision and clear goals.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills both internally and externally.
Ability to work independently and systematically.
Must be outcome-oriented, determined, and have a positive attitude.
Basic computer skills and a working knowledge of relevant software programs.