Oxford Learning at Waterloo Eastbridge is looking for a committed, reliable and enthusiastic teacher who enjoys working with students in Grades 1-8. Our Beyond Tutoring Program offers individual support to students, helping them improve their learning skills and academic skills.
A great candidate for this position will possess the following skills:
Certified Teacher preferred
Strong English language reading and writing
Good oral communication skills
Strong with Math grades 1 to 8
Strong ability to organize and multi-task
Good motivational skills and an ability to keep students on task
A passion for teaching and working with children
The ability to problem solve and think critically
We are looking for a dedicated and passionate teacher who thrives on seeing students succeed. Interested candidates must be available 1 or 2 evenings per week from 3:00pm to 7:00pm. Hours will be flexible based on need at the center.
This position will start as soon as possible, with training to commence immediately. If you possess all of the above qualities and want to join a high-energy group with a goal to see students succeed, then please contact us.
Please email resumes and cover letters to:
OXFORD LEARNING - Waterloo Eastbridge
Attn: Zain Hansraj
370 Eastbridge Blvd, Unit 8
Waterloo, ON, N2K 4P1
Job Type: Part-time
Fluent Written and Spoken English; French is benefical
Oxford Learning Waterloo Eastbridge Summer Camps and Programs
Little Readers: Ages 3 to 6
Mornings: 9:00 am to 12:00 noon
Afternoons: 1:00pm to 4:00 pm
2 sessions/week: $300.00/month
4: sessions/week: $450.00/month
Grades 1 to 5
We are offering a number of camp options for young children for the summer, which combine both academic learning with other fun, learning activities to keep children learning and active through the summer.
All camps have 2 hours academics per day
Full-day Camp: 9:00am to 4:00pm $350/week
Half-day camps: 1:00pm to 4:00pm $250/week
$75 academic assessment fee required at enrollment
Early Bird Special: Register by April 30th for $25 off
July 4 to 10 Welcome to Hogwarts
Learn to be a wizard at Hogwarts. We will watch the Harry Potter Series, while creating wands, spells and playing games to learn magic. Maybe we’ll even play some muggle quidditch!
July 10 to 14 Dance with the Stars
Learn the basics of hip-hop, jazz dance, and ballet and learn to use dance and movement to express yourself. You will even learn to do math with dance! And show what you learnt at the end of the week to your parents.
July 17 to 21 May the Force be with you
Aug 14 to 18and Martial Arts
Explore the galaxy with us. Learn about stars, planets, galaxies, and the universe. Build and draw spaceships, droids, other Star Wars characters. In the afternoon, come learn tae kwon do with Ms. Charlotte – a third-degree martial artist.
July 24 to 28 Monet or Shakespeare?
Learn different styles of drawing and painting to create art. Learn also how to write, act and direct a play and create an Oscar-winning performance that you will invite friends and family at the end.
Programs for Grades 6 to 10
20 hour Empowering Teens Workshop $360
Work in a supportive circle to explore how to make good decisions, deal with conflict, learn to negotiate, develop networking and build friendships, smart school strategies and more.
20 hour Math Essentials $480
July 17 to 21 or August 7 to 11
Review elementary school math or be introduced to high-school math in this in-depth math review camp
20 Hour Study Skills Program $360
July 24 to 28 or August 14 to 18
Designed to help students become more effective in their school work, this program helps students build skills in academic goal-setting, time-management, note taking, organizing, study strategies and project planning.
4-Hour Get Organized workshop $99
July 14th, 28th or August 11th
This workshop helps students learn goal-setting, time-management, and organization of school materials and workspace.
Inventor’s Workshop $480
July 31 to Aug 4
Learn about the design cycle and use it to build an organizer, a next-generation building, and a powerboat. You will also learn to work with electronics to control lights, motors and sensors, and a simple robot.
Also Note our Special Summer Package on our regular Beyond Tutoring and Advantage programs:
I am an OCT certified teacher and have taught extensively in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years and Middle Years Programs as well as the British IGCSE curriculum, from Grades 3 to 11. My teaching subject areas included Humanities, Business Studies, Global Perspectives and Comparative Religions. I am a life-long learner and have taken several courses with Queens University and Harvard University over the years. At our center, we are committed to your child's learning and look forward to helping them become successful learners! Come and visit us to discuss how we can help your young learner succeed in school.
Sarah is an Ontario Certified Teacher who recently finished the new 2-year Teacher Education Program at Queen’s University. She taught mathematics and computer science at three high schools in Mississauga as a student teacher, and has worked at four Oxford Learning Centres teaching all grade levels and subjects. Her favourite part of teaching is making connections with students and helping them reach their fullest potential.
Nalisha completied her Honours Bachelor of Arts in Languages and Literature at Wilfrid Laurier University. In addition, she earned a TEFL/TESL/TESOL Certificate and is currently a candidate for the TESOL Diploma. Nalisha is a global "citizen" as she has lived and taught in Morocco, Saudi Arabi, Spain and France. She also studied Education and Society at Jean Monnet University and Social Pedagogy at the University of Malaga