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LEARNER TEACHER INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME
Commencement Date: January 2021
Clifton Nottingham Road invites applications for its dynamic intern program for aspiring teachers
Clifton Preparatory School is an independent co-educational school offering schooling from Grade 00 to Grade 7, with boarders from Grade 1 to Grade 7. Founded in 1942, Clifton is set on a 64 hectare estate in the KZN Midlands.
The closing date is the 25 July 2020.
Academic Intern Positions
Kearsney College, a leading independent boys’ day and boarding high school near Durban, is looking for interns to join our Academic Internship Programme from the start of 2021.
An opportunity exists for young teachers-in-training to gain valuable experience on our Academic Intern Programme in 2021.
The successful applicant should be committed to a career in education and should be studying towards a Bachelor of Education degree or another degree, with the aim of obtaining a PGCE.
Interns are involved in all aspects of school life, including:
- activities within the selected subject departments;
- assisting/ teaching in the classroom;
- assisting with Electives and the Clubs and Cultural programme;
- performing boarding house, Knowledge Centre and San duties;
- performing various ad hoc duties as required.
Preference will be given to those who wish to teach Physical Science, Engineering Graphics and Design, IT and Afrikaans.
Experience in coaching school sport would be an advantage, with preference for the following codes: rugby, water polo, cricket and basketball.
The successful candidate will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and should possess energy, drive and a passion for boys’ education. Accommodation is provided during the school term.
The intern programme is a fixed-term contract for one year only and candidates need to re-apply annually.
The closing date is the 01 August 2020.
Intern Educational Psychologist 2021
Nova Pioneer is looking for an Intern Educational Psychologist to help provide social wellness, psychological and learning support to students at our schools in South Africa in 2020. The Intern Psychologist will help to implement a comprehensive school psychology program in collaboration with the Deans, Educational Psychologist and Teachers that addresses the academic and personal development needs of our students.
If your application is successful, a tentative offer will be made, which will allow you to submit a tailored internship programme to the Professional Board for Psychology. The finalization of the offer will be entirely dependent on your programme being unconditionally approved by the Professional Board for Psychology by no later than 1 December 2020. The offer will fall away if there is no approval by 1 December 2020.
ABOUT THE ROLE
The Intern Psychologist will be based at one of our schools in Johannesburg and will work with Nova Pioneer’s educational psychologist to provide educational psychological services to students at your school. This will include individual interventions and assessments, group work, meeting attendance, case management, and consultations with parents and teachers.
Your key responsibilities will be to:
- Work under the supervision of Nova Pioneer’s educational psychologist, who will act as the site supervisor
- Provide therapeutic interventions, including play therapy and trauma support to primary school students from Grade 00/000 to Grade 7
- Provide learning support and remedial interventions to students in the primary school.
- Conduct psycho-educational assessments of students in the primary school
- Conduct school readiness assessments of students in Grade R
- Write professional, useful and psychometrically-sound assessment reports
- Provide group interventions and facilitate Social and Emotional Learning experiences with an emphasis on prevention in the secondary school
- Attend Student Support Team meetings and work as part of a collaborative student support team
- Maintain accurate clinical records
- Maintain the highest level of professional and ethical conduct, upholding the Professional Rules of Conduct pertaining to the profession of psychology as laid down by the HPCSA
- Have completed or be nearing completion of an accredited master’s degree in educational psychology (no time will be given for completion of course work)
- Be registered with the HPCSA as an intern psychologist by January 2021
- Have an individualized internship programme that has been approved by the Professional Board for Psychology by December 2020
- Be contracted to an external clinical supervisor
- Be willing and able to work on different campuses of the school
The closing date is the 10 July 2020.
HOW TO APPLY
ISASA is a non-profit organisation that provides its members with services to protect their interests, promote best practice and support quality education.
- Be available to conduct assessments during the school holidays
- Have supervised experience in therapeutic interventions and psychological assessment