PE Teacher- Kensington & Chelsea- Sept 2020 | London West, London
Experienced PE Teacher Required! - Kensington & Chelsea- Sept 2020
Are you an experienced UK trained Teacher who believed in the valuer of well-planned, dynamic and engaging lessons?
Do you inspire to excite and motivate students to lead healthy lifestyles and have a passion for athletics? Do you want to work with in a school who celebrate and encourage a varied range of talents across their entire curriculum?
If so, then this is the school for you!
• PE Teacher required for Sept 2020
• Permanent position- Negotiable Inner London Pay scale
• The talent of all staff and pupils is celebrated
• Forward thinking and high achieving school
• Exceptional behaviour management across the school, work alongside highly skilled and experienced teaching staff and leaders
The school- PE Teacher
Leaders and Teachers at this school believe in the value of detailed planning, of creative, exciting, distinctive lesson ideas that seek not merely to be functional journeys through subject matter, but transformative learning experiences. They know that successful learning is not possible without rigorous and thorough methods of assessment. Teachers recognise that behaviour management is rooted in quality relationships Within the context of firm boundaries, students need to believe that teachers take warm and genuine interest in them. Emotional intelligence, warmth and sensitivity is central to good teaching.
The school- PE Teacher
This is a school that recognises staff talent and seeks to reward it, where people’s values, attitudes as well as skills suggest that early promotion is mutually beneficial. Such promotion is always based on skills within the classroom, and leaders are expected to be amongst the best teachers in school. In relation to matters of workload, this school understand the demands placed on teachers. This is why they ensure that you are given the right support and time to plan for your lessons ahead, allowing work life balance. They also run a shorter working year with staff development subsumed into twilight sessions; plan the school year, including detailed schemes of work, far in advance; They collect data only three times a year; we minimise split classes so that teachers see fewer students more intensively within a working week. The demands of marking and planning are significant enough and it is in the extraneous pressures – rather than the tasks integral to teaching – that we lighten colleagues’ loads.
If this is the school you are looking for, apply now and send your CV and covering letter to Kirsty at Edustaff.