PE Teacher

Newham, London
Date Posted:23 Oct 2020
  1. PE
  1. Long-term

PE Teacher

Newham, London
Tradewind is recruiting! Are you looking for your next role teaching PE in Central London?

Tradewind Recruitment are looking to appoint a suitably qualified and talented PE Teacher to join an excellent PE department to cover maternity from November/December 2020. This is a mainstream successful 11-19 girls' school who are truly 'outstanding' and heavily oversubscribed Catholic girls' school with a large mixed sixth form where PE is a popular subject

This client is a voluntary aided school in London for girls aged 11-18. It is a Roman Catholic school. The school was built in 1862 by the sisters of the Ursuline order, inspired by the vision of their founder and the school's namesake. Approximately 90% of the school's population are from ethnic minority backgrounds.
They are looking for someone who is a forward thinking, dynamic, receptive to change and have the resiliency to work in an outstanding school. This post would be suitable for a NQT or a more experienced teacher. with excellent facilities is a great place to work.

This is an excellent opportunity to undertake a teaching role in a vibrant department, in a designated Teaching school, whose expertise is staff development.
The PE department is committed to giving all pupils equal access to an enabling, fulfilling PE Programme. We teach a broad range of games, athletics, dance and gymnastics. An ability to teach GCSE PE or GCSE Dance is essential.
Applicants should be passionate about PE with excellent subject knowledge and committed to ensuring success for all.
The school is located in well-served location for transport and parking is available onsite.

If this sounds like a role you would be interested in applying for or find out about other similar teaching opportunities contact, Business Manager, directly for further information.

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