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Job Title – Teacher of Girls PE

 

School/Organisation – Oldham Hulme Grammar School, Chamber Road, Oldham, Lancashire OL8 4BX

 

Details – Required for April 2020, a well-qualified and enthusiastic teacher of PE. Working with the director of sport, it is hoped that the successful applicants will be able to share the teaching of physical education at all levels up to and including A level PE from our nursery to Year 13.

 

Contact – Apply via https://www.ohgs.co.uk/why-ohgs/staff-vacancies/

 

Closing Date – January 23

 

Job Title – Director of Sport

 

School/Organisation – Trinity School, Croydon, Surrey CR9 7AT

 

Details – Independent HMC day school of 1000 students 10-18, with a co-educational sixth form and shortlisted for Independent Senior School of the Year TES Awards 2019, Trinity is established as one of the leading schools for sport in London, with excellence across a wide range of sports and outstanding facilities. This has been achieved while maintaining our widely held reputation for strong pastoral care and academic success. We are seeking to appoint a director of sport who will take forward our delivery of sport in this context. The candidate we are looking for will likely be an exceptional coach, as well as a school leader.  

 

Contact – Apply via school website www.trinity-school.org

 

Closing Date – Jan 27

 

Job Title – Director of Hockey

 

School/Organisation – Clifton College, Bristol

 

Details – Clifton College is looking for an inspiring, enthusiastic and qualified coach to direct the delivery of our hockey programme for our pupils throughout the academic year. Clifton College has a strong reputation for hockey, producing international players as well as reaching national finals across various age groups for the last 15 years. The director of hockey will take responsibility for the running of girls and boys hockey in the upper school from September 2020. There is also the opportunity for a suitable candidate to teach physical education at IGCSE and A Level and/or the Level 3 BTEC National in Sport alongside this role. Sport at Clifton College has recently reviewed its structure with hockey as one of its elite sports, and we offer sports scholarships as part of the school’s performance sports programme. This allows hockey players additional training sessions as well as access to physiotherapy, strength and conditioning and 1:1 tutoring. The director of hockey will join a team of Directors of Sports who work together to ensure that there is a child-centred approach to the demands of school academics and sporting commitment. Clifton College already has links with surrounding national league hockey clubs and has recently set up its own club. The hockey facilities include two hybrid astroturfs and a water-based pitch as well as on-site facilities. The director of hockey will work closely with the director of sport but will be supported by the assistant director of hockey. Other specialised hockey staff include a specific goal-keeper coach and high-performance coach. The director of hockey will strive to enhance both participation and performance in hockey for girls and boys in the school. They will also manage a team of staff who, as well as experienced and qualified hockey coaches, will consist of many teachers who will need much guidance in coaching the sport. Recruitment of new hockey players to the school will also play a key part in this role and it is essential that the director of hockey establishes working relationships with our feeder prep schools as well as the England Hockey Performance Pathway.

 

Contact - If you would like an informal discussion about any aspect of the role and/or school, please contact the director of sport Mr Andrew Wagstaff [email protected]

 

Closing Date – Jan 26

 

Job Title – Director of Football

 

School/Organisation – Radnor House, Sevenoaks, Kent TN14 6AE

 

Details – An exciting new position is offered to develop and lead football for boys and girls at our rapidly growing and forward-thinking school from September 2020. Radnor House Sevenoaks is a co-educational prep and senior school with high aspirations. The sport at Radnor House Sevenoaks is at an exciting time as a result of growth in pupil numbers and significant investment in sports facilities. Additional staff are being recruited to introduce a gender-equal approach to sport, which will focus on both participation and performance in hockey, football, cricket and swimming for both boys and girls from ages 8-18. The director of football will work closely with the director of sport, head of prep PE and the directors of hockey, cricket and swimming in developing the school’s sports programme with a special focus on leading the football programme. By September 2020, the school’s new astroturf will have been completed providing a full-size hockey pitch. The all-weather surface will add to the school’s current facilities which include a newly refurbished fitness suite, sports hall, a 25-metre swimming pool with viewing gallery, two sets of hard courts and use of extensive grass playing fields. The school plans to develop additional playing fields which will include a pavilion, cricket wicket, grass athletics track, a rugby pitch and football pitches. Significant potential exists to develop football at Radnor House Sevenoaks with its investment in facilities, staffing and its desire to promote excellence in football for girls and boys equally as one of its focus sports. The director of football will enjoy the support of a strong and experienced team of PE teachers and coaches.

 

Contact - If you wish to apply for the role please send a completed application form including details of two referees to Kate Ratsma, HR Administrator, at [email protected], or by post to the school address.

 

Closing Date – Jan 20

 

Job Title – Head of PE

 

School/Organisation – Beaconsfield High School, Wattleton Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire HP9 1RR

 

Details – Beaconsfield High School, an outstanding girls’ grammar school which, due to the promotion of the previous post holder, has a rare opportunity for an ambitious, energetic, highly motivated head of PE with the vision to inspire and enthuse our students. The successful candidate will be expected to teach across the age range and have experience of GCSE and A Level PE. Our priority is to appoint a dynamic, hardworking HOD with the ability to confidently lead a team and the vision to expand our current offer. Ideally, are looking for someone who has a specialism in either hockey or netball. However, we will consider candidates with other specialisms. The person appointed will need a collaborative approach to working, have good interpersonal skills and deliver lessons that will inspire all our learners to be the best they can be. A member of the senior team who is a PE specialist will line manage and mentor the appointed candidate in the first year of the post. Student progress is at the heart of everything we do - our vision is to ‘promote well-being, life-long participation and excellence in PE for all’. We aim to inspire students through an education which is inclusive and enjoyable whilst encouraging all students to do their absolute best which includes an elite pathway in selected sports. Facilities include a fitness room housing cardiovascular and weights equipment, a sports hall, a gym with a sprung floor, netball/tennis courts, a full sized astro turf and extensive playing fields which accommodate a 400m track. The students at Beaconsfield High School are highly motivated, highly engaged and eager to learn. This makes teaching PE both enjoyable and rewarding as you are able to stretch and challenge all students and see progress being made. Our students are well behaved and there is always a positive learning environment meaning you can develop your skills as a teacher and experiment with new and creative ideas.

 

Contact - Please post your completed application form to Steph Sullivan, HR Administrator, Beaconsfield High School, Wattleton Road, Beaconsfield, Bucks HP9 1RR

 

Closing Date – December 16

 

Job Title – Head of PE and Performing Arts

 

School/Organisation – Kearsley Academy, Springfield Road, Kearsley, Bolton, Lancashire BL4 8HY

 

Details – Are you a teacher of PE & Performing Arts ready to transform student outcomes? Are you someone who is outcomes focused and child centred? Can you inspire students? Northern Education Trust – Kearsley Academy would like to present you with a truly exceptional opportunity to play a key role in shaping the provision of secondary education within our ambitious and wonderful academy. We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated, dynamic and ambitious practitioner who has the drive and capacity to lead a department and continue the upward trend in improving outcomes. Kearsley Academy is an inclusive school. We strive to provide an educational experience which focuses upon academic success, enjoyment and participation and engenders a sense of community and belonging. The successful candidate will be an outstanding teacher with the motivation and capacity to become an outstanding leader. The successful candidate will have a clear vision of how to improve standards in PE & Performing Arts, be able to lead and motivate young people and colleagues, be resilient, hard-working, committed to finding solutions and someone who is whole-heartedly focused on transforming student outcomes.

 

Contact - Further details are available from and informal visits can be arranged by contacting Amy Platt, PA to Principal via [email protected]g To apply for this post, candidates should submit a covering letter of no more than one side of A4, font size 12, normal margins. The letter should outline their experience to date and their suitability for the post. Completed letters and application forms should be sent to [email protected]

 

Closing Date – December 16

 

Job Title – Head of Sport Performance

 

School/Organisation – Wycombe Abbey School. Buckinghamshire

 

Details – This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, enthusiastic and able teacher to join our large and vibrant PE department. The post holder will be responsible for overseeing individual sporting profiles of our pupils, leading the school’s Aspiring Athlete Support Programme, overseeing individual and team strength and conditioning programmes and promoting performance levels across the school. The ability to teach academic PE is desirable and we are particularly keen to hear from applicants who specialise in lacrosse, netball or tennis. Wycombe Abbey enjoys exceptional sporting facilities including a state-of-the-art sports centre, five lacrosse pitches, a large floodlit Astroturf pitch, sixteen netball courts and twenty tennis courts.

 

Contact - Please complete an application form and submit this, together with a covering letter, to the headmistress Mrs J Duncan by emailing the human resources manager Mrs J Wetenhall via [email protected] Further details and applications forms can be found via www.wycombeabbey.com

 

Closing Date – November 25

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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