Male Physical Education Teacher – South Birmingham – April 2020
Academics are recruiting a full time male teacher of Physical Education for a nurturing Secondary School, in the South Birmingham area. This exciting position is to commence April 2020, for half a term in the first instance.
The happy and successful school aims to create a thriving learning community, in which every individual can achieve their highest standards. The school are looking for someone to adhere to this ethos by caring passionately about the progress and development of every student’s journey into adult life.
This stimulating school celebrates success and progress. Pupils thrive at this school securing good results in the Standard Assessment Tests (SATs) and also Public Examinations (GCSEs).
The successful teacher will be someone who can instil in children positive attitudes, a sense of purpose, high standards of work and behaviour and high self-esteem. Academics look forward to hearing from like-minded individuals whose first priority is the education and success of the students.
You will be expected to deliver well-organised and engaging Physical Education lessons, both practical and classroom based consistently across KS3-KS4 (KS5 is advantageous but not essential). Mark work and give appropriate feedback and maintain records of pupils' progress and development.
So if you are an inspiring and passionate teacher who wants to provide a high quality learning experience in a friendly environment. Then please apply today to begin your new teaching opportunity and help the school to succeed in their aims.
NQTs and experienced teachers are encouraged to apply but you most hold QTS.
If you would like to find out more about this role, please call Katie for an informal discussion on 0121 616 7610 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academics are committed to safer recruitment, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, we expect every candidate to share this commitment. Assignments are subject to safeguarding and child protection screening in line with DfE polices, including right to work, employment history and enhanced DBS checks.