“As a parent, one of the best things we can offer our children are the proper tools for learning that will last a life time. My children have been attending the Little Readers Program for 3 years and I have enjoyed seeing them develop through the different levels of learning that Oxford Learning offers. I have enjoyed watching my children learn their letters, sounds, numbers, and words. They now have the ability to fluently read at such a young age. The classes are small and the teachers make learning fun through song and music. The Little Reader’s Program is a warm and caring environment. Children learn at their own pace and develop a very good working relationship with the teacher.”
“Oxford Learning has provided our daughter with a comfortable environment and an opportunity to learn at a rate that is appropriate for her. She has gained so much confidence in her abilities by the encouragement she received from the teachers and from her achievements. It is wonderful to see that after 1 year of hard work, she is beginning to read at the age of 4. Oxford Learning has been able to nurture her love of learning. For that, we are very grateful.”
“The Little Readers program has been a valuable asset in preparing my son for elementary school. More importantly, Oxford Learning has created a solid foundation for him with his reading and comprehension.”
“Thanks to Oxford Learning, my child has a new found interest in the sciences and is thinking about going into Engineering”
“I can’t say enough about the Little Readers program. I absolutely love the program. My son is doing wonderful in his Reading and Math work. I would strongly recommend Oxford Learning for any child.”
“I think Oxford Learning is excellent! My daughter learned so much. She learned the sounds of her letters and dramatically improved on her fine motor skills.”
Eager to help students turn “Je ne sais pas” into “Oh la la”? Motivated to help support French education outside of the classroom? Have the know-how on how to teach both the French and English language?
Oxford Learning Richmond Hill has an opening for an upbeat, passionate, committed, enthusiastic, and dynamic teacher who wants to work in a rewarding teaching environment. Our French and English Programs offer individual support to students looking to improve their academic skills and study habits.
Candidates must possess a passion for seeing students succeed and have a strong background in spoken and written French and English and be comfortable teaching up to Grade 8 is preferred.
· Some teaching or tutoring experience
· Passion for teaching and working with children
· Strong French and/or English written and oral communication skills
· Organization skills and multi-tasking abilities
· Ability to motivate students and build their confidence
· Variety of flexible teaching strategies
· Critical thinking and problem solving skills
· Post Secondary Degree (or working towards)
· Must be available a minimum of two evenings a week, preferably from 3pm-8pm and
Saturdays from 9 am-1pm
A one year commitment is required. The position is to start immediately.
We thank all applicants in advance. Only those selected for the interview process will be contacted.
If you possess all of the above qualities, meet all the qualifications, and want to join a high energy group of educators whose goal is to see students succeed, then please send your cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We thank all applicants for your interest in Oxford Learning. However, only those selected for the interview process will be contacted.
Hi! My name is Callie and I’m very excited to be the Owner and Centre Director. I have worked with Oxford Learning over a number of years, as a teacher, as well as an Education Coordinator. I have a Bachelor of Education from the University of Toronto, a Master of Arts in History, and a Bachelor of Arts in History and English. I love working in the field of education because of the opportunity to help students reach their full potential. At Oxford Learning we strive to achieve this and truly make a difference in our students’ lives.
Hi my name is Jeanette. I have been working at Oxford Learning for a number of years. I started in 2012 as a Little Readers teacher, then changing positions as the Education Coordinator, and for the past 3 years as the Education Director. I began my post secondary education at York University where I graduated with an Honours BA in Geography. After completing my degree, I attended postgraduate studies in 2007 at Medaille College in Buffalo, New York, where I graduated with my Masters of Education in the primary and junior divisions.
In addition to my teaching degree, I have taken additional courses in Religion, Intermediate Studies and Special Education Part 1. Teaching has always been a passion of mine and I enjoy working with students helping them exceed into their new beginnings. I am truly excited to be a part of the Oxford family. Our classroom is a place, where we help our students learn how to learn.
Hi, my name is Francesca and I am the current Education Coordinator for Oxford Learning. I graduated with a Masters degree in English Language and Culture, and I have acquired years of experience in developing and teaching writing workshops. I believe in the supplemental education system and I am dedicated to working with the Oxford Learning team to build strong-minded and confident students who are not afraid to achieve their goals.
Hi! My name is Susan and I am excited to join the Oxford Learning team as an Education Coordinator. I have a double honours degree in Mass Communications & English and pursued a career in publishing. More recently, having volunteered for years in the classroom, I transferred my skills to teaching students. My goal now is to continue to inspire students to develop a love for learning and to reach their full potential.
Hello, my name is Aiman. After developing a strong background in teaching and learning strategies for over 3 years as a senior teacher, I am now working as the education coordinator at Oxford Learning. I have completed my degree at the University of Toronto, specializing in French language and French linguistics. My passion for language acquisition served as a catalyst in helping me realize my interest in curriculum planning and leading our centre’s French program. Whether it is English, math or French, I want all of my students and parents to join me on the journey of self-awareness in terms of concentration and transfer when learning important concepts inside and outside the centre. Under my supervision and guidance, I hope to leave a long lasting impression on everyone’s learning experience. I am looking forward to providing my students with the tools needed for a successful academic career and life.
Hello! My name is Cassandra. I am a Concurrent Education student at York University studying English and Biology at the secondary teaching level. My teaching philosophy is that being a teacher means being a life-long learner because teachers are required to constantly learn new material, modify lessons to adapt to different types of learners, and stay relevant in an ever-changing modern society. I am passionate about teaching and I believe that my enthusiasm, compassion, strong work ethic, and patience are assets that enable me to contribute positively to both the academic and social lives of Oxford Learning students.
Hi, my name is Ambika. I am excited to be a teacher at Oxford Learning! I graduated with a degree in Biomedical Sciences and am working towards obtaining a Master's degree. I have been teaching French, English, and math for quite some time and I love helping students develop a love for learning. I find that Oxford Learning strategies really work to enhance a student's natural abilities and it is great to watch students flourish under the philosophy.
Hi! My name is Pallavi and I am proud to be a part of the teaching team at Oxford Learning Centre. I am an undergraduate student at York University studying English Literature, as well as working towards accomplishing my Bachelor of Education degree. I have experience working with children teaching various grade levels as a tutor in the Classroom, and through my placements for my Bachelor of Education. I believe that teaching and learning are lifelong journeys, and I hope to provide students with skills that will teach them to enjoy learning and lead them to success.
Hello! My name is Wren and I teach Reading and Writing at all levels, as well as French at an elementary level. I am a student at York University majoring in Anthropology with a minor in French Studies. I am very passionate about learning and creating a safe, productive work environment, and I believe I can accomplish that with my background in social work. My hopes are that I learn just as much from this experience as my students do, if not more.
Hello, my name is John. I have been with Oxford Learning Centre for twelve years. I enjoy working with the high school math students. I have a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Mathematics as well as a teaching degree. I have a great deal of experience working with students and enjoy sharing my knowledge. My goal is to help the students enjoy learning math and to reach their personal best.
Hello! My name is Mallory and I am very excited to be a part of the Oxford Learning Team! I am currently completing my third year of my Bachelor of Social Work degree with a minor in English at Ryerson University. I plan to pursue a master’s degree in education following the completion of my undergrad. I have a variety of experience working with children as a swimming instructor, as a placement student in a children’s mentoring agency and through my volunteer work at different elementary schools. I value the multitude of learning styles students work with; my teaching philosophy is that every student is unique and ways of learning must be adjusting to best suite the needs of the learner. My passion for working with children encourages me to support students on their path to success.
Hi, my name is Amanda and I'm very excited to be working at Oxford Learning! I graduated from the University of Guelph with a Biomedical Sciences degree, and I am currently working towards getting my Bachelor of Education in French. My teaching philosophy is to spark enthusiasm for learning because there is so much knowledge to discover and explore, which is something to get excited about! I believe it is my role as a future teacher to get kids excited to learn new things and explore new possibilities.