Teacher of PE, Lambeth

Lambeth, London
Date Posted:10 Mar 2019

Teacher of PE, Lambeth

Lambeth, London
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Teacher of PE, Lambeth
Start date: March/April
Contract type: Part Time
Salary: negotiable
Contract term: Temporary

Tradewind Recruitment are looking an inspirational teacher of PE, with strong subject knowledge and skills derived from a graduate Physical Education background. The successful candidate will be reflective and have a desire to work effectively in partnership with parents and students; joining a successful department in a vibrant multi-ethnic school.
Key Requirements for this position are:
A track record of success in teaching PE
Ability to teach up to GCSE and A level
A flexible and enthusiastic attitude
A passion for driving up achievement
The successful candidate will be working in a mutually supportive PE department team to ensure the successful delivery of the vision of the academy. They are looking for a someone to contribute to and encourage participation in the extracurricular programme by running sports clubs and fixtures. You will develop an understanding of the academic and sporting needs of all students along with all general teaching duties.
Degree with significant content related to Sport
PGCE (or equivalent)
QTS status

They are looking for someone with experience teaching in an inner London secondary school including GCSE. You must have the ability to teach mixed ability groups, meeting the needs of all students including those with SEN. You must have an up to date knowledge of the delivery and assessment of the PE specifications and the national curriculum.
If this sounds like a role you would be interested please or to find out about other teaching opportunities contact Leanne.king@twrecruitment.com, Business Manager, directly for further information.

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