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Working at The Bishop Strachan School is challenging, exciting and rewarding. It’s also a lot of fun. This is the place to be if you value forward-thinking leadership and enthusiastically embrace a global perspective.
We offer the opportunity to join an exceptional community of professionals and contribute meaningfully to the education of tomorrow’s transformational leaders. As an employer, we focus on building and developing our employees to be the very best at what they do. We offer competitive compensation, a variety of benefits and supports, and a thought-provoking and inspirational environment

If you’re looking to challenge yourself and be a leader in girls’ education, we invite you to explore a career with BSS.

Current Opportunities

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  •   Science Teacher  

    Full-Time - Contract 
    January 30, 2022 - June 16, 2023
     
    Located in the heart of Toronto, Canada, The Bishop Strachan School is a leader in girls’ education and is a place to be if you value forward-thinking leadership and enthusiastically embrace a global perspective.
     
    Our teachers provide a rigorous curricular experience that embraces inquiry-based instructional strategies that align with our Signature of a BSS Girl attributes and our Culture of Powerful Learning best teaching practices. We are seeking highly collaborative teachers who are passionate about their subject area and who actively seek the opportunity for interdisciplinary and real-world connections and who are innovative not only in the use of technology but in the ways that they engage students in learning. The Science Teacher will be teaching our Grade 11s and 12s.
     
    Key Responsibilities:  
    • Prepare lesson plans, outlines and assessments using inquiry and problem-based learning that engages students, challenges them, and meets the subject-specific outcomes and expectations 
    • Ability to differentiate lesson plans based on the needs of your students 
    • Participate in co-curricular activities including coaching, clubs, trips and participating in the school community as a whole 
    • Engage in interdisciplinary initiatives particularly 
    • Make contributions that productively support the overall well-being and growth of students in the Senior School 
    • Integrate technology in the classroom in ways that  enhance the student learning experience and deepen knowledge and conceptual understanding 
    • Communicate effectively with parents about all aspects of the overall program and the individual learning of each student 
    • Integrate diversity, equity, inclusiveness and belonging into the classroom learning environment  
    Skills, Experience and Attributes: 
    • Must have an Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) certificate 
    • Intermediate/Senior teaching qualifications  
    • Ideally a subject specialist and relevant degrees in Chemistry and/or Physics
    • Strong proficiency in Google Suite; knowledge of Brightspace an asset   
    • Commitment to, and passion for, furthering the work of the school and girls’ education 
    • A demonstrated passion for innovation and creativity in education 
    • Demonstrated ability to take initiative, multi-task, adapt to change and work under pressure in a highly rigorous educational setting 
    • Exceptional interpersonal skills with the proven ability to develop relationships and a caring rapport with students and their families, and with teachers 
    • Commitment to participate as a collaborative member in all aspects of the department, school and in school life 
    • Passion and desire to continually learn about the changing dynamic landscape of post secondary education 
    • Commitment and desire to create inclusive and diverse spaces of belonging  
    • Proven strengths in problem-solving and adapting to change 
    Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Human Resources at The Bishop Strachan School by email to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Science Teacher in the subject line.   
      
    We thank all candidates in advance.   
    We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview.   
    We believe that diversity in our School fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment.   
    We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school   
    and encourage all qualified applicants to apply.  
    Visit us at www.bss.on.ca  
     
  • Administrative Co-ordinator

    Permanent
    Full-Time
     
    Founded in 1867, The Bishop Strachan School is Canada’s oldest independent day and boarding school for girls. BSS is renowned for its expertise in the learning needs of girls, offering an enriched, inquiry-based curriculum. We develop lifelong learners and courageous leaders by nurturing attributes like curiosity, confidence, and creativity. We foster a caring environment that strives for diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in our classrooms and beyond.
     
    We are seeking a dynamic Administrative Co-ordinator to help support our Senior School Front Office. As an employer, we focus on building and developing our employees to be the very best at what they do. We offer competitive compensation, a variety of benefits and supports, and a thought-provoking and inspirational environment.
     
    If you’re looking to challenge yourself and be a leader in girls’ education, we invite you to explore a career with BSS.
     
    Summary of Position
    The Administrative Coordinator is a key member of the Senior School Office Team whose central purpose is co-ordinating the complex and efficient day-to-day operations of the Senior School. The Administrative Coordinator provides exemplary administrative and customer support in a busy, nurturing environment and can easily switch from working with basic office routines to complex administrative responsibilities over the course of the day. This role collaborates closely with members of the academic administration team and other school leaders. TheAdministrative Coordinator works in a procedural, consensus-building manner with faculty, students, parents, and staff in keeping with the school’s vision, mission, and values. 
     
    Specific Accountabilities
    • Coordinates, reviews and updates internal publications 
    • Coordinates management and storage of documents for Ministry Inspections 
    • Provides administrative support pertaining to closing ceremonies 
    • Manages parent communications in a timely and professional manner 
    • Assists with the report card process 
    • Has an in-depth understanding of the daily routines and special events at the school 
    • Has an in-depth knowledge of school’s Crisis Management protocols 
    • Provides back-up support and assistance to all the academic administrative support staff, including coverage to the main reception area, security, meeting and greeting guests and the BSS community in person and over the phone, as part of the admin support team rotation
    • Collaborates and communicates between the three school divisions to ensure consistency and standardization of administration processes, for example student attendance, student records, and bus transportation
    • Collaborates on event planning with others across the school
    • Embeds diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging into all processes
    • Books nominated speakers, publishes promotional materials, manages registrations and gathers feedback through surveys
    • Coordinates meetings for the Equity Advisory Committee and Academic Program Team
    • Supports the VP Student Success and Summer Academy Director in the planning and communication around registration for Summer Academy 
    • Sorts and distributes inquiries and information while alerting the Director of Summer Academy of all updates and communication that require immediate attention 
    • Is present and working during Summer Academy to support the Director, monitor student absences and sign outs for Summer Academy (all of July for credit courses and a week in August for skills camps) 
    • Runs the Summer Academy report card process 
    • Supports Summer Academy teacher inquiries 
     
    Skills, Experience and Attributes 
    • Previous reception and administration experience is an asset 
    • Culturally competent with a positive attitude toward cultural uniqueness and a readiness to accept and respect others
    • Demonstrated commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment
    • Outstanding customer service focus and excellent interpersonal skills, both in person and telephone 
    • Demonstrated professionalism at all times including reliability 
    • Proven ability to be vigilant with respect to security issues 
    • Proven ability to exercise good judgment and make split-second decisions 
    • Proficiency in Google suite and Microsoft Office 
    • Competence in the effective use of databases 
    • Proven ability to prioritize and handle confidential information 
    • Strong organizational and time management skills with the ability to remain flexible 
    • A growth mindset of continuous improvement and learning
    • Culturally competent with a positive attitude toward cultural uniqueness and a readiness to accept and respect others
    • Demonstrated commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment
     
    Why Work at BSS?
    We value the willingness to take risks in order to learn and grow - and not just for our students. At BSS, you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in an unparalleled setting, with access to innovative tools, support and resources, so you can pursue ongoing professional learning, whatever your role. BSS offers a competitive total compensation package that includes:
    • Extensive health and dental benefits package
    • Our administration participate in our robust pension plan with up to 8% match
    • Lunches provided with a taxable benefit
    • Discounted tuition for eligible staff
    • Use of on-site fitness center
    • And a chance to be part of a great community!
     
    BSS Values Diversity:
    BSS is committed to fostering an inclusive, diverse and respectful environment. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply. 
     
    How to Apply:
    Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Administrative Co-ordinator in the subject line. For more information about BSS, please visit our website at www.bss.on.ca 
     
    We are committed to providing an accessible experience and an inclusive and barrier-free work environment, beginning with the recruitment process. If you have restrictions that need to be accommodated to fully participate in any phase of the recruitment process, please contact the HR Admin at 416-483-4325, ext. 1641 or by email at hradmin@bss.on.ca . All information received in relation to accommodation will be kept confidential.
     
    Please note, we have a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy in place for employees, unless official documentation of a human rights exemption is provided and can be accommodated.
     
    We thank all candidates for their applications; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
     
  • Design Technology Technician, Junior School

    Full-Time Contract:
    January 4, 2023 until June 16, 2022
    On-Campus

    Located in the heart of Toronto, Canada, The Bishop Strachan School is a leader in girls’ education and is a place to be if you value forward-thinking leadership and enthusiastically embrace a global perspective.
    At BSS we provide an opportunity for our students to explore, design and build within our learning spaces. The Design Technology Technician is responsible for integrating design technology tools (coding, 3D printing and a variety of maker materials) that align with our Signature of a BSS Girl attributes and our Culture of Powerful Learning best teaching practices, within our Junior Kindergarten to Grade 4 Math and Science curriculum.  Our Junior School is a place to explore, grow, discover, collaborate, create and have lots of fun. It is the first step in the lifetime adventure of learning.

    Summary of Position
    This position supports and builds capacity in partnership with the teacher, in the use of design technology to further develop Math and Science learning outcomes. This position builds core design technology skills using a design framework and process with both faculty and students. This includes providing teacher support, integration within classrooms and lab, skills development, appropriate and safe use of tools and the development of new techniques and learning opportunities, specifically within STEM. This position will participate as a team member to continue to move the school forward at the leading edge of technology based education.

    Specific Accountabilities 
    • Supports the junior school in their effort to continue developing a fully envisioned STEM/STEAM program
    • Collaborates and consults with teachers in use and integration of Design Technology (DT) tools ie. coding, 3D printing as well maker materials tools that can be done in class or in the DT lab and which are developmentally appropriate
    • Able to apply design thinking into projects and learning
    • Deepens teacher understanding and use of DT for learning by delivering planned or just-in-time skills development. 
    • Reviews, updates and establishes new safety procedures that provides faculty and students on important health and safety practices as they use the tools and the spaces
    • Maintains and services equipment, including but not limited to software and hardware servicing and updates
    • Manages and monitors equipment and materials inventory. Proactively places orders, receives and restocks as necessary and provides required paperwork to Accounts Payable Administrator
    • As part of a team, participates in testing and pilots on current and/or emergent tools as well as best use practices relevant to the BSS learning environment and strategic directions. 
    • Embeds diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging into all processes and external communications.
     Skills, Experience and Attributes
    • Ability to incorporate design technology that helps achieve Junior Math and Science curricular outcomes
    • Experience in designing and integrating technology that meaningfully align with JK - Grade 4 curricular outcomes, specifically math and science
    • Experience with Design Technology tools such as 3D printing, laser cutting, routing tools, robotics, coding (e.g. Scratch), makerspace tools.
    • Understanding of the SAMR (substitution, augmentation, modification, and redefinition) model 
    • Strong working knowledge and experience with the Apple platform including software and hardware
    • Currency with respect to emergent Design Technology tools
    • A growth mindset of continuous improvement and learning
    • Culturally competent with a positive attitude toward cultural uniqueness and a readiness to accept and respect others
    • Demonstrated commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment
    BSS Values Diversity:
    BSS is committed to fostering an inclusive, diverse and respectful environment. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply. 

    How to Apply:
    Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Design Technology Technician in the subject line. For more information about BSS, please visit our website at www.bss.on.ca 

    We are committed to providing an accessible experience and an inclusive and barrier-free work environment, beginning with the recruitment process. If you have restrictions that need to be accommodated to fully participate in any phase of the recruitment process, please contact the HR Admin at 416-483-4325, ext. 1641 or by email at hradmin@bss.on.ca . All information received in relation to accommodation will be kept confidential.

    Please note, we have a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy in place for employees, unless official documentation of a human rights exemption is provided and can be accommodated.

    We thank all candidates for their applications; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
  • Director of Marketing & Communications

    Full-Time Permanent

    Summary of Position
    Reporting to the Executive Director, Enrolment & Communications, the Director of Marketing and Communications serves as the school's communications and marketing strategist, responsible for leading the design and implementation of a set of strategies that tells the story of the school. This strategy will support the school’s strategic vision and priorities, specifically focusing on:
    • Promoting enrolment and retention
    • Nurturing brand identity through clear and compelling messages
    • Cultivating successful fundraising 
    • Ensuring coherence and consistency across all communications and marketing activities  
    Specific Accountabilities
    Strategic Leadership
    • Collaboratively develops and executes the marketing and communications strategy that aligns with the school’s strategic vision and priorities, based on data-driven strategies and key performance metrics.
    • Lead external vendors and agencies in campaign development, marketing research, campaign metrics and campaign evaluation.
    • Collaborate with Advancement and Student Recruiting Teams on developing marketing and communications strategies and plans.
    • Benchmark BSS’ marketing and communications programs against competitors in order to continuously improve.
    • Oversee external digital communications properties including the BSS website, all social media channels, and relevant sections of myBSS, ensuring content is current, timely, on strategy and reflects the mission, vision, values of the school.
    • Promote a culture of inclusion and equity where the schools’ commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging is a part of all the marketing and communications work.
    • Produce timely Head of School communications for face-to-face, email and video channels.
    Brand and Communications Leadership
    • Act as chief steward of the BSS brand to ensure that all marketing, promotional and other key communications materials are consistent and coherent across the school, with the high quality and standards synonymous with the BSS brand, and reflecting the school’s vision, mission and values.
    • Function as internal and external storyteller, leading the team to generate case studies and stories that portray the BSS experience for students, employees, parents, alumnae and the wider community. 
    • Lead the creative development, execution and measurement of school publications such as the impact report, admission brochures, the alumnae magazine, school profile and academic publications.
    • Have an overview of all the communications across the school providing strategic input and guidance on the volume and cadence of communications.
    • Develop and continue to update the School’s Crisis Communication Plan to ensure the Senior Leadership Team, faculty and staff are trained and prepared for an internal or external crisis situation.
    • Respond to requests for information release or press conference from the media or designating a spokesperson or source of information.
    People Leadership
    • Lead the marketing and communications employees, coaching, mentoring and overseeing the performance management of employees, interns, agencies and freelancers, and in their development of new skills and competencies.
    • Proactively partner with school leaders to articulate and communicate initiatives and programs that advance the mission and strategy of the school. 
    • Advise and assist the Head of School, Board of Governors, Principals and other school leaders in public affairs and press releases and the preparation of sensitive correspondence when required.
    • Proactively engage with all departments across the school to support their marketing initiatives.
      Embed diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging into all processes. 

    Skills, Experience and Attributes
    • Astute marketer
    • Crisp communicator
    • Relationship builder
    • Open-minded creative, visionary and innovative leader
    • Love of learning and self-improvement 
    • Superb writing and communication skills
    • Passionately engaged in the life of the school
    • Excellent time management and project management skills
    • Experienced leader in a fast-paced environment  
    • Work some evenings and weekends, and travels occasionally for school events.
    • Proven expertise in communications, public relations, marketing and branding and evaluating the quality and impact of creative communications materials across all platforms including written materials, print advertising, promotional materials, digital media, and inbound and content marketing
    • Culturally competent  and demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion and a belief in cultural uniqueness and a readiness to accept and respect others
    • Demonstrated commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment
    • Commitment to school safety where all staff and students are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19
    • Proficiency in Google Suite and Microsoft Office
    BSS Values Diversity:
    BSS is committed to fostering an inclusive, diverse and respectful environment. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply. 

    How to Apply:
    Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Director of Marketing & Communications in the subject line. For more information about BSS, please visit our website at www.bss.on.ca 

    We are committed to providing an accessible experience and an inclusive and barrier-free work environment, beginning with the recruitment process. If you have restrictions that need to be accommodated to fully participate in any phase of the recruitment process, please contact the HR Admin at 416-483-4325, ext. 1641 or by email at hradmin@bss.on.ca . All information received in relation to accommodation will be kept confidential.

    Please note, we have a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy in place for employees, unless official documentation of a human rights exemption is provided and can be accommodated.

    We thank all candidates for their applications; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
  • Director, School Data and Analytics

    Permanent
    Full-Time
     
    Summary of Position
    The Director, School Data and Analytics is responsible for; overseeing and delivering data strategies that support analysis and visualization of our strategic initiatives and key operational areas; the implementation, management and oversight of emergent data systems, platforms and tools, as well as oversight and governance on best practices of our data systems and processes. This position is responsible for managing the data team and technical analysis support services. This position supports the development of data literacy skills for our facility and administrative staff. The Director, School Data and Analytics helps to develop, as part of the Technology and Innovation team, the technology vision and plan. 
     
    Specific Accountabilities 
    • Manages the business intelligence and visualization systems, as well as managing oversight of all BSS databases, academic and operational, to ensure best practices and processes are in place. This includes working with the data stewards and department technical custodians to review and implement practices and processes for data frameworks, integrity and accuracy, privacy and security.
    • Develops a whole school Data Plan, including a governance strategy, of school data systems that moves the school forward on collection, curation, and strong analysis of key data sets aligned with the strategic plan and key operational areas.
    • Directs, and in some cases delivers, data analytic projects that can provide evidence and or visualization of strategic initiatives or key operational areas. 
    • Works with employees across the school, such as leadership, teachers, administrative staff, and their own team, to ensure ethical use, consent and privacy is upheld in all the use of school data.
    • Researches, plans and implements emergent systems, data collection streams including digitization of processes, that are integrated where possible, in order to support department needs and organizational goals.
    • Develops and delivers, in collaboration with school leadership, data literacy and learning opportunities. Prepares and or facilitates the delivery of educational training programs and materials.
    • Leads and manages the Database Team. Supervising the database team would include, but not be limited to, mentoring and goal setting, performance reviews, as well as providing direction and task oversight.
    • Coordinates and supports electronic data submissions to the Ontario University Application Centre (OUAC), ONSIS, Ministry of Education, and Toronto Board of Health.
    • Stays current on security best practices as well as relevant privacy legislation.
    • Research, coordinate, test and prepare rollout plans for all new systems and upgrades to BSS database systems.
    • Participates in department budget and strategic planning processes.
    • Coordinate administration of SQL server with other TI Leaders including: security; backups and replication.
    • Embeds diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging into all processes and practices. 
     
     
    Skills, Experience and Attributes
    • Excellent understanding of relational database structure
    • Demonstrated experience of management and development of data interfaces and data transfer. 
    • Demonstrated advanced experience using data reporting and analytics tools (e.g.  Crystal reports, DOMO/Tableau) and familiarity with coding approaches using Python and associated libraries (pandas, etc.)
    • Demonstrated project management experience
    • Understanding of Data governance, Data Analytics Frameworks, Privacy legislation
    • Knowledge of Blackbaud systems related to education
    • Knowledge of K-12 reporting requirements
    • Advanced Excel and Access skills
    • Experience managing/supporting a SQL Database in a windows environment
    • Demonstrated management experience
    • Strong sense of initiative with an ability to work independently 
    • Strong analytical and organizational skills
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills (both spoken and written)
    • Self-starter with a proven ability to work in a team environment
    • A growth mindset of continuous improvement and learning 
    • Culturally competent with a positive attitude toward cultural uniqueness, as well as a readiness to accept and respect others 
    • Demonstrated commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment for your students, with families and your colleagues. 
    How to Apply:
    Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Director, School Data & Analytics in the subject line. For more information about BSS, please visit our website at www.bss.on.ca 
  • Music Teacher

    (Contract)
    Commencing end of January 2023 until June 2023
     
    Summary of Position 
    Under the direction of the Performing Arts Department Head and the Vice Principal, Junior School, the Music Teacher works with faculty and students to help them further develop their vocal and instrumental music skills,  and prepare for school performances. The Music Teacher will teach Vocal to the Grade 9s and 10s and will also be responsible for instrumental music lessons with the Grade 5s and 6s.
     
    Specific Accountabilities
    • Teaches Grade 5 & 6 vocal and instrumental music skills, for example percussion and keyboard etc.
    • Incorporates technology into Junior School music classes (i.e. GarageBand, iMovie, midi keyboards, etc.)
    • Teaches  Grade 9 /10 vocals
    • Ensures the curriculum is aligned with Ministry of Education expectations, and with the BSS Culture of Powerful Learning
    • Initiates, coordinates and/or co-constructs performance opportunities including showcase for the community, chapels and assemblies
    • Supports the Senior School Chapel Music program
    • Co-curricular activities 
    • Senior Choir, Chamber Choir
    • Concerts and rehearsals 
    • Performing Arts administration 
    • Finance (invoicing) 
    • Concert administration 
    • Communication (myBSS & Brightspace) 
    • Support of individual and small groups of students requiring differentiated instruction across all subject areas 
    • Documentation and reporting  of student learning  
    • Teaching coverage and assigned duties, as needed, within various grade levels to ensure continuity for students when colleagues are away 
    • Professional learning, faculty meetings, curricular initiatives 
    • Embed diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging into all processes and practice  
    Skills, Experience and Attributes
    • Must have an Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) certificate  
    • Accomplished vocal musician and performance experience in a school or community setting
    • A passion for aligning educational research with classroom practice 
    • Strong technology skills and proficiency in Google Suite
    • Commitment to, and passion for, furthering the work of the school, an Inquiry-based approach to learning , and girls’ education  
    • Exceptional interpersonal skills with the proven ability to develop relationships and a caring rapport with students and their families, and with teachers  
    • Commitment to participate as a collaborative member in all aspects of the school and in school life  
    • A growth mindset of continuous improvement and learning 
    • Culturally competent with a positive attitude toward cultural uniqueness, as well as a readiness to accept and respect others 
    • Demonstrated commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment for your students, with families and your colleagues. 
    Competencies
    Demonstrated ability and commitment to the Core and Leadership Competencies at BSS:
    • Respect and care
    • Trus and integrity
    • Collaboration
    • Flexibility and adaptability
    • Initiative
    • Community focused
    • Communication
    How to Apply:
    Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to careers@bss.on.ca indicating Music Teacher in the subject line. For more information about BSS, please visit our website at www.bss.on.ca
     
    We are committed to providing an accessible experience and an inclusive and barrier-free work environment, beginning with the recruitment process. If you have restrictions that need to be accommodated to fully participate in any phase of the recruitment process, please contact the Executive Assistant, Human Resources and Finance at 416-483-4325, ext. 4207 or by email at careers@bss.on.ca. All information received in relation to accommodation will be kept confidential.
     
     
    Please note, we have a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy in place for employees, unless official documentation of a human rights exemption is provided and can be accommodated.
     
    We thank all candidates for their applications; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We believe that diversity in our school fosters a rich, inclusive and creative environment. We are actively engaged in building a more diverse school and encourage all qualified applicants to apply.

We are also committed to providing accommodation for persons with disabilities. If you require accommodations, please contact Elisabeth Gsoels, Executive Assistant, Human Resources and Finance at 416-483-4325, ext. 1163 or by email at egsoels@bss.on.ca.

Please note, we have a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy in place for employees and students, unless official documentation of a medical exemption is provided and can be accommodated.

Why work at BSS?

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    Professional Growth & Learning

    We value the willingness to take risks in order to learn and grow - and not just for our students. At BSS, you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in an unparalleled setting, with access to innovative tools, support and resources, so you can pursue ongoing professional learning, whatever your role.

    Learn more about our professional learning sessions for early childhood, primary and junior educators, Investigations and Expressions.

Middle School math teacher Taeko Knockaert on attending the NAIS People of Colour Conference

I was interested in learning more about the international student experience and exploring how to create a strong sense of community at BSS. My favourite workshop planted the seed that we all have a role to play in addressing social justice, whether that’s through our pedagogy or our curriculum.

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  • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging

    We value and are committed to fostering a respectful, diverse and inclusive community. We believe that diversity leads to a creative workplace, and we embrace the cultural and economic backgrounds of all our students, employees and school leadership. We are always seeking to understand and engage with the world we live in, and our diverse perspectives enrich our learning environment and affirm our commitment to excellence.

    BSS employees regularly engage in diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging training and are encouraged to develop and put into practice their knowledge and skills in this area - both inside and outside the classroom.