Trevor Day School is a coeducational, Nursery–Grade 12 school in Manhattan. Trevor distinguishes itself from other New York City independent schools by a commitment to inquiry-based learning, to strong student-teacher engagement, and to building a diverse community, based on inclusivity and mutual respect. The school offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
The Pre-Kindergarten Head Teacher is responsible for the homeroom life of approximately 15 students. He or she is also responsible for planning, implementing, and reviewing the Pre-K curriculum. The successful candidate should be dynamic, energetic and creative. This individual will join a team of committed and collaborative colleagues, working in close collaboration with our Lower School division.
Planning and implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for children aged 4 to 5, built on social, emotional, and academic goals
Planning lessons and tailoring instruction to meet students’ individual needs, based on classroom scope and sequence
Collaborating closely with teachers and specialists regarding curriculum and student progress
Coordinating with the school faculty, families, and outside support specialists to best support student growth
Communicating student progress and goals through family conferences, home reports, and parent meetings and emails
A Master’s degree and a minimum of three years’ experience as a Head Teacher
Knowledge of developmentally appropriate curriculum for the Pre-K year
Ability to teach to a range of learning styles, comfortable with differentiated instruction
Experience in inquiry-based learning and teaching methodologies
Excellent written and verbal skills
Passion for the subject matter and for the craft of teaching
Curiosity, collaboration skills, flexibility, and a sense of humor
Interest in diversity, inclusivity, and social justice
Interest in professional growth and school-wide initiatives
About Trevor Day School
Trevor Day School is committed to maintaining an atmosphere of collaborative learning, to building a diverse community based on mutual respect, and to fostering the integration of technology into our learning processes.