Born to Soar - Join our team NOW
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
| Specialists in gifted education | Addressing the mind of a gifted thinker | Aligned to the Australian Curriculum | Rich exploration of concepts and ideas | Challenging and fast-paced | Undertaken at school or at home |
Born to Soar provides face to face and secure online learning environments for gifted and talented students. Our courses are designed to engage and challenge highly able learners by fostering intellectual engagement.
SEEKING PROFESSIONAL GIFTED EDUCATORS
We are seeking professional educators with proven experience in gifted and talented education to be part of our exciting growth phase.
Under the stewardship of Carolyn Giles, we have established a Centre for Gifted and Talented Education at various locations including Cheltenham, Mordialloc, Rye and more recently Ashburton, along with our growing virtual interactive classrooms. Due to the success of these programs and the overwhelming interest from other schools, we are now in a position to seek like-minded educators to join our team.
We invite you to become part of this journey, as a professional educator, playing an integral part in the Born to Soar dream of offering exemplary learning to any child globally who needs more from their education.
Please respond with your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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