Subject Leader PE

Newham, London
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Date Posted:27 Sep 2020
  1. PE
Competitive
  1. Long-term

Subject Leader PE

Newham, London
Tradewind are recruiting! Are you looking for you next role as PE Subject Leader at a school located in Newham to start in January 2021?

This vibrant 11-16 school with a roll of 1500 pupils has excellent facilities in all subject areas. This school is committed to high quality inclusive education for pupils of whom fifty per cent are multi-lingual.

The school has achieved a range of nationally accredited awards and was rated by Ofsted in 2017 as Good with Outstanding Leadership and Behaviour.

Tradewind are looking to recruit a well-qualified and highly motivated teacher to be a Subject Leader for Physical Education. The successful candidate will have a passion for teaching PE, demonstrate good leadership and management skills, and have a proven track record or the potential to secure excellent pupil outcomes in GCSE examinations.

For this teaching post, we are looking to appoint someone who:
*Is talented, dynamic and an ambitious teacher, who can build on the success of the subject and ensure good progress for all pupils.
*Can inspire and lead high quality teaching and learning
*Has experience teaching and supporting pupils with a range of SEN needs and those who are Most Able.

We can offer
*A committed and successful Learning Area Team
*Encouragement for innovation and creativity
*An excellent CPD Package

Previous experience of teaching PE at KS3 and KS4 is essential. The successful candidate will have to meet the person specification in order to be considered for the post and will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

If this sounds like a role you would be interested in applying for or to find out about other similar teaching positions, please contact our Secondary Division who are happy to help.

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