Tradewind are recruiting! Are you looking for you next role teaching Girls PE in Redbridge, East London?
This is an outstanding School who are committed to improve the lives of young people in Redbridge; if you are a Female PE Teacher commutable from Redbridge then Tradewind Recruitment want to hear from you today.
Our client is a mixed, non-selective school, with no religious affiliation, committed to providing excellence in education and opportunities for all. In their Ofsted inspection report (March 2019), they were rated outstanding in every category; personal development and behaviour, teaching and learning, student outcomes and leadership and management. They have been graded outstanding overall. This inspection and their results reflect the aspirations, determination and hard work of all students and staff at the Academy and they are always exceptionally proud of what has been achieved together. They have a proven track record of school improvement, offering students an exciting curriculum and a wealth of opportunities outside of the classroom.
Joining this academy, you will benefit from:
Students who are eager to learn, well-behaved and very proud of their school
Exceptional focus on continuous professional development
A culture of high expectations for students and staff
An appetite for creativity and continuous improvement
A dedicated, caring and experienced staff team
Purpose-built teaching and learning facilities
A supportive and committed Governing Body.
Tradewind Recruitment are looking for an inspiring Female PE Teacher who is academically well-qualified to degree level in sports science or a related discipline. We will consider newly qualified teacher applicants.
*Teach PE throughout the school in accordance with appropriate syllabus and the National Curriculum Programme of study and in the context of the aims of the Academy the needs of students.
*Assess, record and report the performance of students at every stage, adjusting teaching strategies as necessary working in conjunction with all concerned parties.
*Uphold high standards of preparation, teaching and discipline.
*Plan lessons in accordance with schemes of work.
*Liaise with relevant colleagues on the work for collaborative delivery.
*Track student progress prior levels of attainment and maintain up-to-date records.
*Set and mark examinations and other forms of assessment.
*Use ICT within the curriculum.
*Oversee, contribute and support departmental activity beyond the curriculum.
*Establishing high and appropriate expectations for learning, motivation and presentation of work.
*Be responsible for helping to develop and manage resources and equipment.
*Ensure good practice is followed according to the school's Health and Safety procedures.
*Be responsible for the pastoral care of a form as form tutor or to undertake another pastoral role as directed by the Principal.
If this sounds like a role you would be interested in applying for or find out about other similar teaching opportunities contact Leanne.firstname.lastname@example.org, Business Manager, directly for further information.
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