At Oxford Learning, our programs are customized to suit your child’s specific needs, and our summer programs are no exception. Without the hustle and bustle of the regular school year, students are able to make incredible progress in their studies.
Did you know that over the summer:
Students can lose up to 6 weeks of learning skills?
Math skills are hardest hit, with students losing about 2.6 months of grade-level equivalency?
Without practise, facts and skills are forgotten and require a significant amount of review when students return to school in the fall?
Every student needs summer learning to keep newly acquired skills sharp and to head back to school motivated and ready to learn. Your child can pick up right where he or she left off and start building and maintaining learning momentum, strengthening skills, and preparing to return to class next fall ready for success.
Call or come in today and together, we’ll create a summer program that fits your family’s busy summer schedule and unique educational needs. Please fill out the registration form and check out some of our special summer discounts!
Never stop learning with us! We look forward to a great summer together.
I am very satisfied with my son's academic progress especially his presentation skills. I would like to convey my gratitude to the staff at Oxford Learning Institute who helped Ammar to gain confidence. - Farwah A. May 2016
Farwah A. May 2016
Alisha was struggling adapting to the school system in Canada. Her reading, writing and comprehension were below grade level. We enrolled Alisha in Oxford Learning half way through Alisha’s first year in the Canadian school system. After two years and lots of hard work Alisha is doing much better in school. It is such a relief to see the progress that she is making at every school reporting period. Alisha always looked forward to her sessions at Oxford Learning and overall is a much happier student. We would not hesitate to recommend Oxford Learning to any students that need help.
- C. & L. M. May 2016
C. & L. M. May 2016
I placed my 5 year old son in the Little Readers program at Oxford Learning Centre for the summer and was very pleased with his progress. I was particularly impressed with Emily Coupal, who seemed very patient and encouraging all the while challenging my son during every class. She ensured the curriculum was at the exact level he needed in order for him to progress at a nice pace, keeping him interested but not overwhelmed. She taught him little ‘tricks’ for spelling and sounding out words that were beyond what I could teach him on my own! I absolutely recommend Oxford Learning Centre for help in advancing in a problem area or simply exposing one to new studies. I plan on placing my son in the program again next summer!
- Lori W.
We are pleased with the outcome so far. Our long term goal is to have our child in tutoring throughout her whole school years. My son gained a lot of confidence in learning. Thank you Oxford Learning. Our experience at Oxford Learning Centre has been very positive. The program is very beneficial. [The program] seems to be going well. Emily is wonderful to deal with. I was impressed [with] how flexible they were in changing days and times.
My daughter has gained more confidence in school. She absolutely loves going there to do her work. I have tried many other companies like this one and I find that as opposed to the other companies, Oxford provides 1 on 1 attention to the students. I find the people amazing who work at Oxford. I would give them a 9 out 10.
- Jeannette C.
They accommodate me entirely. I became a single parent unexpectedly and had to go back to work. They totally work around my schedule. If I have not called them by Monday morning they are calling me asking what my work schedule is so that they can book the tutors for my daughter. At Oxford they are one big family. I love them and give a 10 out of 10.
- June B.
I have been to many other tutorial companies with my children and I most impressed by Oxford. Everyone has their own educational program, but this one also focusses on teaching organizational skills as well as the learning aspect. By teaching them to be organized in all parts of their life helps them to be more organized with their school work and homework. I really love Oxford and how they are so accommodating to our schedule. I would give them a 10 out of 10 rating.
- Jacquie D.
We have come to Oxford Learning Centre Saskatoon for 7 years now, my daughter most recently and earlier my sons. They do a great job of making it fun for the kids, no matter what age so they don't mind going at all. Homework time used to be a bit of a problem at home, but now I don't have to struggle with them. Recently with the new math program that is being taught, this is where they have come in and helped greatly, as even my husband who is a veterinarian has trouble understanding it. I have experienced no problems or issues over the years, and would give them a 9 out of 10 rating.
- Allison H.
Everything is going very good for my boy now and he is doing better in school after attending Oxford Learning Centre. They are very positive people, and I recommend them to anyone whose kids may need a little extra help. I would give them at least a 9 out of 10 with regards to my overall opinion of the school and its programs.
- Shirley V.
My sons extracurricular activities are very important to him. Oxford Learning is very flexible and set up classes around his busy schedule as he tackles pre-calculus which he will need to go onto University.
- Donna B.
Hello! I joined the Oxford Learning Team in May 2014 after completing my Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Education degrees at the University of Saskatchewan. I am passionate about helping students succeed through our programs, whether they are focused on 'catching up' or 'getting ahead'. In this position, I aim to deliver exceptional customer service to parents, primarily by listening to their concerns, being transparent, and establishing clear, achievable, and measurable goals as we work towards student success.
When I'm not in the office, I am likely at choir rehearsal or spending time with my husband! Students have also quickly learned that I am a grammar nerd who loves panda bears!
Hi! My name is Leanne and I graduated from the Education program at the UofS in 2014. I also completed my Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2016. I love to bake, create visual art, and work on little DIY home improvements.
Hi, I'm Malin and I started working at Oxford Learning in 2015! I recently graduated with a degree in Linguistics from the University of Saskatchewan and I love to help students with English and French work particularly. In my spare time I like to draw and play the guitar.
Hi, my name is Kim! I joined the Oxford Learning team in September of 2015. I am currently finishing a three year French degree at the University of Saskatchewan. I will be applying to the College of Education in April and I hope to become a French Immersion teacher. I love spending time with my dogs, painting, and competing with my cheerleading team.
Hi! I'm Nathan and I joined the Oxford Learning team in 2016. I spent four years working towards my Bachelor of History at the University of Saskatchewan before beginning classes at the College of Education. I love working with younger students and am looking forward to making the Little Readers program both fun and engaging for my students! In my spare time I like to sing, play piano and act on stage in community theatre.
Hi, my name is Taran and I joined Oxford Learning in 2016! I am currently a student at the U of S. I am studying Biochemistry and Physics. I am a Math and Science enthusiast, but I also enjoy Literature. Outside of Oxford Learning, I love going on long walks with my dog, painting, and reading.
Hi there! My name is Siarra, and I joined the Oxford Learning team in April of 2017. I completed a B.A. Honours in Music in 2016 and a B.A. Honours in English in 2017, and I look forward to starting a graduate program in Creative Writing in the near future. In my spare time, I sing, dance, and perform in community theatre.
Hi! My name is Carina, and I joined the Oxford Learning team in 2017. I completed an Honours English Literature degree in 2014, and am finishing my masters at the University of Saskatchewan. I take great satisfaction in all the successes, big and small, in all of my students. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, writing, and spending time outdoors.
Hi, my name is Sydney and I joined the Oxford Learning team in 2017! I am a student at the University of Saskatchewan studying Anatomy and Cell biology. In my time outside of Oxford Learning I love playing video games, eating pizza and gardening!
Bonjour à tous! My name is Gabriel and I joined the Oxford Learning crew in 2017. I recently completed a Bachelor’s Degree of Arts with a Major in French (Literature) in conjunction with a Minor in Mathematics at the University of Saskatchewan. I love teaching and I have made it my purpose to show my students that learning is a fun and dynamic part of life! When I am not working, you’ll find me reading, playing the keyboard or simply spending time with Cossette, my pearly parakeet. I really look forward to teaching at OLC!
Eager to help students turn “Je ne sais pas” into “Oh la la”? Motivated to help support children’s French education outside of the classroom?
Oxford Learning Saskatoon has an opening for an upbeat, passionate, committed, enthusiastic, and dynamic French teacher who wants to work in a rewarding teaching environment. Our French Programs offer individual support to students looking to improve their academic skills and study habits. Candidates must possess a strong passion for seeing students succeed and must be comfortable teaching students ranging in age from Kindergarten to Grade 12 in French.
Candidates must possess a strong background in spoken and written French and English and be comfortable teaching up to a Grade 9 level, but up to Grade 12 is preferred. The candidate is required to instruct class sessions in French. Please note that a successful candidate will mostly be teaching in English and therefore must be strong in English.
A great candidate for this position will possess the following qualifications:
Strong French and English written and oral communication skills (must be fluent in both languages)
Experience in a teaching environment
Be a dedicated and passionate teacher who thrives on seeing students succeed
Dynamic, upbeat and energetic personality; willing to motivate students
Highly organized, able to multitask and think on your feet
Strong secondary school French skills
Strong secondary school mathematics and/or science skills are an asset
Extensive knowledge of written and verbal French Language
A Bachelor of Education, or currently enrolled in a B.Ed program will be given preference
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 we want to hear from you! We thank all applicants for your interest in Oxford Learning; however, only those selected for the interview process will be contacted.
Training starts April 24, 2017 and the full position starts on May 1, 2017. Starting rate is $15.00/hr, including training.
Interested candidates must:
1) fill out online application form https://goo.gl/forms/IlEUvwARBFXXumyl1
2) email a resume and cover letters to: firstname.lastname@example.org
3) Subject line: “Job Application – [Your Name]”
*Applicants are encouraged to apply for our other current job postings in addition to this one if applicable
Application Deadline: April 15, 2017
Saskatoon Oxford Learning
Attn: Emily Coupal
115-3501 8th Street East
Saskatoon, SK S7H 0W5
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