Building Brains is a growing Early Learning Centre in Saskatoon guided by our Core Values of Betterment, Reciprocity, Accelerate, Inclusion and Natural. For children in the ages zero to six, we offer best-in-class child care as well as preschool and kindergarten programs that build experiences and influence the development of executive functions. Our curriculum is backed by scientific research and this approach prioritizes how a child learns instead of what they learn.
Our Left Brain classrooms are modeled on the Montessori Method and look to normalize and develop the child in light-filled spacious rooms that promote learning at an age when children are able to absorb everything and are beginning to form their personalities. Our programming for the Jr. Preschool age group focuses on independence, confidence and self-help skills, which prepare the children for the Sr. Preschool Classroom. As a Lead Teacher with the younger children, the emphasis is on practical life and sensorial activities where children have the opportunity to enhance their fine and gross motor abilities, concentration and visual acuity. The activities set the foundation for future learning.
As we elevate our programs at our campus we will hand pick the most passionate and experienced educators in this pivotal role. Our central curriculum team works alongside our Lead Teachers to inspire, develop, and support them in the classroom to enhance their Montessori practice in alignment with our program.
Preferred Experience, Qualifications and Attributes:
Building Brains is following all Saskatchewan Health Protocols to ensure the health and safety of our children and employees.
If you are passionate about teaching children, and are driven by a desire to enhance early childhood education, Building Brains is the place for you!
Building Brains is an equal opportunity workplace and we are committed to building and fostering an environment where our employees feel included, valued, and heard. We believe that a strong focus and commitment to diversity and inclusion enables us to truly make early childhood education an enabler for wide-reaching change. We strongly encourage applications from Indigenous peoples, racialized people, people with disabilities, people from gender and sexually diverse communities and/or people with intersectional identities.