Teacher of Girls’ PE and Games – Coventry – September
Paid – To scale
A leading Independent School are seeking to appoint a full time permanent Teacher of Girls’ PE and Games They are open to candidates with a wide and varied range of sporting backgrounds and expertise. This post would be particularly suitable for a well-qualified netball, hockey, rugby, athletics, basketball, football, handball, and/or cricket specialist, or indeed any other team or individual sport specialism, who is able to teach across the 11-18 age range (including GCSE and A Level PE).
You will be responsible for individually and team-teaching PE and games to a variety of classes from Year 7 – 13 as well as leading, coaching and managing a variety of teams during games lessons, after school during the week and on Saturdays.
If interested the School requires a completed application form no later than Monday 16th May.
This Independent Co-Educational Day School in Coventry caters for children aged 3 to 18 years old. The history of academic prowess, sporting spirit and musical passion is the foundation on which this school stands. This solid foundation, excellent teaching and extensive co-curricular opportunities means there is no limit to what pupils can achieve. This school is a community of learners, who will become the leaders of the future. They nurture the curiosity of their youngest pupils and encourage a love of learning as they progress through their educational journey with them.
Main activities and responsibilities:
* To plan and teach high quality lessons to support students in making good or outstanding progress
* To set clear targets for students’ learning, building on prior attainment and considering each student as an individual
* To assess student work and progress giving regular feedback in line with school policy
* To assist with producing, implementing and reviewing the department’s scheme of work in order to provide a well-co-ordinated and differentiated programme of study
* To maintain a stimulating, engaging and safe learning environment
* To attend parent / information evenings and whole school events as required
* To respond to parental concerns / requests for information in line with school policy
* To contribute to the wider life of the school, including co-curricular activities whole-school routines and duties
* To be responsible for helping to manage the use of resources and equipment ensuring that good practice is followed according to the school’s Health and Safety procedures
* To develop and maintain an awareness and understanding of matters relating to the personal, social, health and emotional development of all pupils, sensitively supporting pupils where required
* To maintain an appropriate level of knowledge and understanding of Child Protection issues and deploying good practice where required to ensure
professional obligations on safeguarding the welfare of children are fulfilled
What you need to do now:
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