About London Bridge
At London Bridge, we nurture curious minds and kind hearts by providing and promoting child care and education. Our innovative culture values our youngest citizens, engages educators, partners with families, and strengthens community. We believe our culture is strengthened by living our core values: lifelong learning, relationships, the pursuit of excellence, fiscal and corporate accountability, communication, and a sense of well-being and joyfulness in our work. We have an unwavering commitment to professional learning and personal growth. We have established multiple opportunities to contribute, collaborate, reflect, consider perspectives and share learnings. We are committed to learning more about how our day-to-day practices as an educational institution reflect the ideas of an anti-bias education, social justice and our relationship with the earth.
You are a reflective thinker and regularly invest in your own professional learning. You have experience in leading/facilitating discussions that grow and transform practice. In your work you are committed to an anti-bias approach to education. You are familiar with pedagogies that consider the human and the more than human world. You are creative and innovative in your work and bring joyfulness into your daily practice and in relationship with others.
As a member of the Program Leadership team, you will spend your days;
- Working alongside a centre team to studying a pedagogical approach to curriculum with children and Educators through side-by-side mentoring and research.
- Supporting centre leadership with their pedagogical plans
- Modelling and nurturing reflective practice, promoting critical thinking, engaging with and inspiring others, promoting the building of community, and fostering creative learning environments.
- Leading and organizing organizational and centre initiatives, team meetings, and professional learning opportunities and pedagogical projects.
- Responsible for the process of pedagogical documentation and curating work to be shared with colleagues, families and community.
- Using technology to support learning and enable program innovation.
- Participating in pedagogical leadership meetings, leadership development, and organizational initiatives.
- Working and thinking together with other London Bridge pedagogical leaders and pedagogists.