Bancroft School is a community of students, faculty, administrators, and parents working together to create an atmosphere of engaged learning. The Bancroft experience empowers both our students and our employees to develop connections and embrace their unique talents to emerge as leaders, humanitarians, and globally engaged citizens. A PreK – Grade 12 independent day school located in Worcester, Massachusetts, we are committed to cultivating a community that embraces differences and welcomes candidates who will add to the racial and cultural diversity of our community.
Faculty in the Upper School English Department teach across all four grade levels of English. While curriculum is in place, faculty are encouraged -- and expected -- to propose new ideas and enthusiastically collaborate with peers in the department as we continually embrace current pedagogy and expand our multicultural offerings. Developing students’ skills as critical thinkers, analytical and creative writers, positive contributors and collaborators is central to this position. Our faculty are committed to strengthening the writing skills of Bancroft students and work consistently to inspire and support the writing process for each student.
teach a range of core courses in the English department
create and teach upper-level elective offerings
participate in all aspects of Upper School life including coaching, club leadership, and advising
Essential Skills and Experience
master’s degree in English or education preferred
three to five years teaching experience preferred
experience in and enthusiasm for designing curriculum and inquiry-based learning
proven ability to differentiate instruction and work in multiple modalities
comfort with educational technologies
Essential Attitudes and Aptitudes
a continued interest in professional development as a lifelong learner
a student-centered educator
a willingness to participate with enthusiasm in all aspects of the school community
a collaborative spirit to work closely with colleagues
an eagerness to further develop and refine one’s teaching practice
Families throughout Central Massachusetts and MetroWest choose Bancroft School for its robust college-preparatory academics and supportive community. The Bancroft experience fosters good people who emerge as leaders, humanitarians, and globally engaged citizens. Bancroft students develop deep connections in the community, and form lasting relationships with faculty, coaches, and peers. Each child’s individual learning style and interests guide their explorations into core academics, arts, sports, and co-curriculars. Founded in 1900, Bancroft is Greater Worcester’s leading independent PreK–12 day school.