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Job Title – Head of Netball


School/Organisation – Ipswich School


Details – We are one of the foremost independent schools in East Anglia and were recently voted Suffolk’s top independent school (The Sunday Times Parent Power 2016-19). We are proud to have been ranked as the 26th strongest independent sports school in the country by School Sport Magazine last year. We have exceptional facilities for netball and a reputation for success and development. We wish to appoint a head of netball who will be responsible for promoting, organising and developing netball at Ipswich School. This is an outstanding opportunity for a netball professional, who possesses proven experience of planning and delivering netball coaching sessions at a high level and/or experience of playing at a professional/high level.


Contact - Visit for a full job description and application form. Applications should be sent to the Alison Knights, human resources manager, Ipswich School, 25 Henley Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 3SG, email [email protected]


Closing Date – May 29


Job Title – Teacher of Sports (Cricket Specialism)


School/Organisation – King Edward’s School Witley


Details – It is an exciting time to be joining King Edward’s School, Witley, particularly in respect of overseeing cricket. We have recently invested heavily in a new bank of six cricket nets and have begun a full-year programme of cricket with the aim of improving the standards of performance at all levels. In addition, the school offers over twenty sports, including football, hockey, basketball, netball, swimming, cricket and rounders. Core PE is taught from Year 7 (first form) to Year 11 (fifth form) with pupils enjoying four hours of curriculum PE per week through the games and Core PE programme, reinforced by additional coaching and training sessions delivered through co-curricular activities. Academic PE includes the CIE iGCSE in PE and, at sixth form, the IB Sports, Exercise and Health Science Diploma course at both higher and standard level. As part of the KESW community, we expect our teachers to contribute to our collaborative and collegiate common room, to share in developing the policies, strategies and systems that underpin our daily practice, as well as supporting their head of department to ensure that our pupils achieve excellent results. We celebrate success and model a culture of aspiration, intellectual curiosity and appreciation for the different skills and knowledge that all contribute to the education of rounded, happy pupils who will leave KESW equipped to seize opportunities, relish challenge and build for themselves happy and fulfilling lives.


Contact - To apply, please complete the application form or for further details, visit or contact the HR Department on [email protected] or telephone 01428 686358.


Closing Date – May 29


Job Title – Teacher of Girls PE


School/Organisation – Alexandra Park School. Bidwell Gardens. London N11 2AZ


Details – Alexandra Park School is a truly outstanding comprehensive school. It has a well-deserved reputation for its welcoming ethos, exceptional academic performance and strong pastoral care. We are looking for a teacher of girls’ physical education to join our PE department. PE is thriving at Alexandra Park School. Our examination results are some of the best in the school and we hold the Haringey Shields for both boys and girls sport. Staff at Alexandra Park School work hard to create a positive and happy environment where teachers can teach and students are enthusiastic about learning. Staff at Alexandra Park School work hard to create a positive and happy environment where teachers can teach and students are enthusiastic about learning.


Contact - For more information and to apply, please visit the vacancies page of  


Closing Date – May 11


Job Title – Head of PE


School/Organisation – Greig City Academy, Hornsey High Street, Hornsey, London N8 7NU


Details – The PE faculty strives for sporting excellence at local, regional and national level. We are committed to maintaining high levels of sports participation and therefore we offer a variety of extra-curricular clubs such as dance, rounders, athletics, boxing, football, basketball, badminton, netball, trampolining and fitness club. Our sports teams compete at the highest possible levels and we provide additional opportunities to participate in sports tours. We have a range of teams who have experienced regional and national success, most recently we were national dance champions in 2018-19 and we won the London Youth Games for Dance for the last three years. Our dedicated faculty team has a wealth of experience and specialisms. We are now looking to appoint a dynamic and innovative head of faculty to lead and further develop the faculty. We are looking for an excellent leader and communicator who is well-qualified and experienced with the drive, impact and enthusiasm to motivate both students and colleagues. If you are an inspirational, innovative communicator with a track record of outstanding success, developing high quality activities in the subject field and experienced curriculum delivery which includes teaching GCSE PE and level three BTEC sport, we would be delighted to hear from you. This is an exciting opportunity and the successful candidate will have an immediate impact on teaching and learning and raising attainment levels across all key stages. The school boasts a really positive and supportive relationship between managers and staff and between colleagues, and between staff and pupils. Paul Sutton, our Principal, encourages teachers to have an impact beyond their subject and he is always available and happy to discuss ideas with you as to how this can be achieved. We have an impressive range of extra-curricular activities and all our staff are involved in running at least one. Ours is a caring and well-ordered environment in which all students can enjoy learning, develop enquiring minds and acquire the skills and knowledge they need for a changing world.  Every day we see the results of our efforts in students who work responsibly and with consideration for others – they are the best ambassadors for the school. The personal development of all our staff is highly valued at GCA and we offer the opportunity to apply for our Learning Award of up to £2,400 per year for your continued professional development or other skills and talents. This is in addition to the school’s ongoing CPD programme. Other benefits staff can opt into include a cycle to work scheme and an interest-free annual season ticket loan. GCA has a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and has safer recruitment procedures in place for the selection of staff. It is committed to the principle of equal opportunities. We welcome all applicants and value the diversity they bring. GCA has a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and has safer recruitment procedures in place for the selection of staff. It is committed to the principle of equal opportunities; we welcome all applicants and value the diversity they bring.


Salary - TMS on the Inner London Pay Scale plus AA2c £6,515


Contact - Please download the application form from and email your completed application to [email protected]


Closing Date – May 4


Job Title – Netball Coach


School/Organisation – Berkhamsted School, 6 Chesham Road, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire HP4 3AA


Details – We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced netball coach to join our highly-successful netball programme. Full time, term time only for two terms (September 2020 to March 2021). The role is to inspire and challenge our talented and enthusiastic pupils ranging from year 3 – 13 across both the senior and prep school. This will involve both curriculum lessons and regular extra-curricular practices and fixtures, both after school and weekends.


Salary - We are offering an attractive package which includes free accommodation


Contact - Further details are available on the school website Completed application forms should be emailed to [email protected]


Closing Date – April 26


Job Title – PE & Activities Teaching Assistants (with option of boarding duties)


School/Organisation – D’Overbroecks. 333 Banbury Road. Oxford. OX2 7PL


Details – We are seeking to appoint PE & Activities teaching assistants to join our PE & Activities staff team. Two of these positions are designed to be fully residential. In addition to their role in the PE & Activities department, the successful candidates will have a role as a boarding assistant in one of the school’s boarding houses. Accommodation within the boarding house is provided during the school’s term time in each case. The third position is available as a non-residential post, involving the same teaching assistant role, but without the boarding house duties. As a teaching assistant, the successful candidates will be required to assist the PE teachers with the running of a wide-ranging programme of PE and other activities throughout the school. For the residential posts, there is an expectation to support the heads of boarding house and to help with some aspects of the running of the house in which accommodation is provided. The role could present an excellent career development opportunity for PE enthusiasts who are considering a career in teaching and/or coaching. The successful candidates may have the opportunity to further their coaching qualifications through relevant courses. They will also be required to undertake a first aid qualification as well as the necessary training to gain a PCV qualification to enable them to drive a 17-seater minibus to transport students to and from sports and activities venues.


Salary - £15,000 per year (In addition, and as has already been mentioned, accommodation within one of the school’s boarding houses and meals are provided (during term time) for those undertaking residential, boar)


Contact - Details of the post and an application form are available on our website


Closing Date – March 20


Job Title – Netball Coach


School/Organisation – Berkhamsted School, 6 Chesham Road, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire HP4 3AA


Details – We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced netball coach to join our highly-successful netball programme. Full time, term time only for two terms (September 2020 to March 2021). The role is to inspire and challenge our talented and enthusiastic pupils ranging from year 3 – 13 across both the senior and prep school. This will involve both curriculum lessons and regular extra-curricular practices and fixtures, both after school and weekends.


Salary - £12,000 for the contract period (seven months) plus free accommodation


Contact - Further details are available on the school website Completed application forms should be emailed to [email protected]


Closing Date – March 19


Job Title – PE Teacher


School/Organisation – Eagle House School, Sandhurst, Berkshire GU47 8PH


Details – We are currently seeking someone to join our highly successful sports department to cover maternity leave.  This is an exciting opportunity for a suitably qualified person to teach games and PE throughout the school and to support the director of sport. An ability to coach one of the major games (netball and hockey) to a high standard is essential. The position is due to start on 1st September 2020. The school has a strong sporting reputation and the girls and boys have been successful in regional and national tournaments in recent years. They also regularly undertake international sporting tours. The school has outstanding sporting facilities and also benefits from its close relationship with Wellington College. The candidate needs to have the relevant qualifications and teaching experience to be able to deliver engaging and high energy lessons, be reliable, loyal, trustworthy and have high levels of discretion and diplomacy, be self-motivated and well-organised, be flexible and adaptable, appreciating the wider picture of prep school life, work well in pressured environments, be able to communicate clearly with children, staff and parents, work well as part of a team, be computer literate and have a good sense of humour.


Contact - Candidates should provide a letter of application and a completed application form with supporting documents. You may also include a curriculum vitae. Completed applications should be received by 1pm on Wednesday March 18. Applications should be sent to Lisa Rutland, Headmaster’s Secretary, Eagle House, Sandhurst, Berkshire GU47 8PH. If desired, contact may be made with the headmaster as follows: by telephone 01344 772134 or by email [email protected]


Closing Date – March 18


Job Title – Teacher of Sport & PE (Head of Football)


School/Organisation – Reading Blue Coat School, Holme Park, Sonning on Thames, Reading, Berkshire RG4 6SU


Details – Founded in 1646, Reading Blue Coat is a leading independent day school of 760 pupils with 677 boys aged 11–18 and a further 83 girls in the co-educational sixth form. The school is located on a beautiful 46 acre campus in the village of Sonning, just outside Reading, overlooking the River Thames. The school employs over 170 staff, of whom 50% are academic staff. Reading Blue Coat provides a stimulating, friendly and supportive atmosphere in which each pupil can realise his or her full intellectual, physical and creative potential. An enthusiastic, inspiring, well-qualified teacher and sports coach (majoring on football) with outstanding subject knowledge is required from September 2020. All pupils in years 7 to 11 receive a double period of practical physical education every week, where the emphasis is on learning and developing the core skills of a plethora of activities. We have an enviable reputation both locally and nationally for the high quality of our sports teams. Our facilities are excellent and sport plays a key role in developing every pupil’s potential. Major sports are athletics, cricket, football, rowing, rugby and girls’ hockey and netball. Football is one of the school’s flagship sports and the head of football works in close harmony with the director of sport and head of PE. You will hold a good honours degree relevant to the teaching aspects of the role and high level football coaching qualifications required by the Football Association. Applications are welcome from NQTs. The school provides a stimulating and vibrant environment in which to teach and you will join a highly committed and enthusiastic academic team.


Salary - We offer an excellent salary and benefits package, dependent on qualifications and experience.


Contact - Further details and an application form can be downloaded from our website or contact the Human Resources Manager, Tel: 0118 933 5813 email: [email protected]  Applications must be submitted to the email address above by CV or an application form, and accompanied by your covering letter.


Closing Date – Monday March 16


Job Title – Director of Sport


School/Organisation – Notre Dame School, Burwood House, Convent Lane, Cobham, KT11 1HA


Details – Notre Dame School is seeking to appoint a director of sport to provide professional leadership and management of the sports department, promoting and developing its academic and competitive reputation within the school and securing high quality teaching, effective use of resources and the highest standards of learning and achievement for all pupils. The successful applicant will be an accomplished participant in sport, a netball specialist, and an outstanding teacher with energy, enthusiasm and a genuine passion for inspiring young people in a thriving department. The school has outstanding sporting facilities which include playing fields, outdoor courts, all weather pitch, gymnasium, sports hall, fitness suite and a 25-metre indoor heated swimming pool. Each year our netball, hockey, rounders, athletics, tennis, swimming, biathlon and cross-country teams achieve great success at local, county and national levels. The director of sport will have excellent team leadership skills, with the capability to manage and inspire employees, high level communication skills and have an outstanding commitment to the development of sport. Set in 26 acres of beautiful parkland in Cobham, Notre Dame School nestles in a picturesque 18th century mansion beside the River Mole. Notre Dame is a Catholic School and is a Foundation of the Company of Mary Our Lady with an ethos shaped by the life and work of St Jeanne de Lestonnac.  Despite the tranquil setting Notre Dame School is a hive of activity, with over 600 children and teachers working hard in the important business of education. The school has an enviable reputation for the highest academic standards and a progressive, holistic, academic education that is underpinned by over 400 years of international educational tradition in 30 countries. Established in England in 1937, the school has always had the philosophy that the greatest success comes from knowing how to learn and how to ask the right questions; training pupils to take an active role in reaching and exceeding early expectations. From the vibrant nursery to the exciting sixth form, tomorrow's professionals acquire the skills, knowledge and qualifications that give them the best possible start in life.


Contact – Apply via school website


Closing Date – Wed March 11


Job Title – Head of PE


School/Organisation – Cobham Free School, Hurst Road, West Molesey, Surrey KT8 1QW


Details – We are seeking an enthusiastic, professional teacher, keen to grow their career in our innovative school.   The role is full or part time, the ability to teach a second subject would be valuable. Our school is growing in size in September 2020 and soon moving to superb, state of the art premises in Cobham - it's an exciting time to join our friendly staff team. As well as its own competitive pay scale, other benefits include small class sizes of up to 26 pupils, small sixth form tutor groups, holidays generally aligned to the independent sector, a stimulating environment where pupils enjoy learning and behaviour is excellent and a genuinely friendly environment where all staff and pupils are known to each other. Visits and/or informal discussions are most welcome, please contact Sonya Davies on 0330 330 0237 or [email protected]


Contact – For further details and an application form visit


Closing Date – March 9


Job Title – Head of Hockey


School/Organisation – Perse Upper School, Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 8QF


Details – The Perse School is looking to appoint an enthusiastic and ambitious hockey coach to join an extremely successful, collaborative and enthusiastic team. This is a fabulous opportunity to motivate and inspire talented pupils, working within a very supportive and collegiate department. Pupils at the Perse School are ambitious, intelligent and industrious.


Contact - Full details about the school, its locality, teacher benefits and current teaching staff profiles can be viewed and downloaded from the school website:


Closing Date – March 2


Job Title: Sports Graduate Assistant (x2)


School: Belmont Preparatory School (The Mill Hill School Foundation)


Details: An exciting opportunity to join Belmont Prep School’s dynamic PE & Games department as a graduate sports assistant on a one-year fixed term contract from 1 September 2020 - 31 August 2021.


Salary: £20,000


Contact: Application forms and further information on this role can be found on our website Email [email protected]  


Closing Date: Thursday 13 February


Interviews: Tuesday 25 February


Job Title – Teacher of PE


School/Organisation – Warwick School, Noke Drive, Redhill, Surrey RH1 4AD


Details – An exciting opportunity has arisen for a skilled, enthusiastic and ambitious teacher to join our dynamic and committed PE department from Easter, or before, to July 2020 for three days per fortnight. The successful candidate will work within this supportive environment to contribute to the success of our students and the development of the curriculum area up to key stage 4. The Warwick School is an ambitious, forward thinking 11 to 16 school, serving the Redhill area. We have excellent transport links being equally located between London and Brighton; Redhill mainline station is five minutes’ walk away and we are close to the M25/M23 motorways. The school is a member of the South East Surrey Schools Education Trust which is a partnership of The Ashcombe, Therfield and The Warwick Schools, each being successful, inclusive schools committed to work in collaboration for the benefit of their distinctive communities and those children and young people whom they serve. The school offers outstanding continuing professional development for its staff and the Trust will offer a range of opportunities for the right candidate to develop their practice and demonstrate their potential for promotion.


Contact - Visits to the school are welcome – please contact the HR officer [email protected], 01737 378444 or visit the school website for further details.


Closing Date – February 10


Job Title – Head of PE


School/Organisation – Sheldon School, Hardenhuish Lane, Chippenham, Wiltshire SH14 6NJ


Details – Sheldon School in Chippenham, Wiltshire, requires for September 2020 a suitably qualified and experienced teacher to take on the very important role of the head of the physical education faculty. We are seeking an outstanding teacher with the enthusiasm, vision and leadership skills to lead this successful faculty through its next stage of development. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is an excellent teacher with a proven record of raising attainment, ready to take the next step into a significant leadership post. S/he will have the ability to inspire, motivate and challenge. A high value is placed on physical education in the school and the resources are excellent. The successful candidate will join a dedicated and highly committed team. Sheldon is a high-performing school with a strong record of success. It is a very happy school, staff morale is high and a full programme of induction and support is offered. Our vision is to be a forward-thinking and outward-looking school. So, if you are a very good teacher with experience of empowering students and staff to achieve their best, this job could be for you. “The all-pervading caring ethos ensures that pupils are happy and able to thrive from the moment they arrive at school. The vibrant atmosphere created reflects the commitment to pupils’ enriching and positive school experiences.” Ofsted June 2017. We are situated in attractive parkland on the edge of the rapidly growing market town of Chippenham, surrounded by beautiful countryside. There are good rail and road links to London. We are five minutes from junction 17 on the M4 and a ten minute train journey to the beautiful Roman City of Bath.


Contact - Download an application form from the website and submit, together with a letter of application, to [email protected]


Closing Date – February 12


Job Title – Teacher of PE (maternity cover) 0.4fte


School/Organisation – Shrewsbury Sixth Form College, London Road, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY2 6PR


Details – A-level teacher of physical education required for part-time maternity cover beginning at approximately Easter 2020 until January 2021. Knowledge of the theoretical aspects of the syllabus is essential as this out-ways the practical elements. Recent experience of teaching A-level law is desirable.


Salary - £24,098 - £39,329


Contact – Apply via


Closing Date – January 27


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


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


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











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