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PE Teacher (maternity cover)

School
Wyedean School and 6th Form Centre
Location
Chepstow, Monmouthshire
Contract Type
Temporary
Hours
Full Time
Salary
TMS/UPS
Start Date
To Be Confirmed
Expires
21st June 2024 09:00 AM
Contract Type
Temporary
Job ID
1428254
Suitable for
ECT (NQT) Graduates
Start Date
To Be Confirmed
  • Contract Type :Temporary
  • Suitable for: ECT (NQT) Graduates
  • Job ID: 1428254

Are you an inspirational and dynamic Teacher of PE, who is seeking a new position? If so, you could be the right fit to join our teaching team.

Overview of the role

You will be responsible for teaching students the importance of physical activity and promoting healthy lifestyles from KS3 to KS5 with the addition of some KS3 science teaching.

The right candidate will have:

  • Qualified Teacher Status or equivalent qualification
  • Relevant specialist qualifications and experience
  • Ability to deliver engaging girls’ PE lessons and promote a love for a range of sports and physical activities
  • A strength in delivering a range of examination classes (BTEC Tech Sport or GCSE), netball, football, badminton, and other major games would be an advantage and prepared to commit to our wide range of extracurricular activities.
  • Understanding of curriculum and assessment requirements for PE at KS3 and 4 (KS5 would be desirable)
  • Enthusiasm and commitment to extra-curricular PE activities for the enrichment of learners and the wider school community
  • Ability to deliver KS3 science

Why Wyedean School and Sixth Form Centre?

You will be offered professional development opportunities and guidance from the senior leadership team. You will be joining a friendly team where commitment to raising standards in education for our students is vital. If you are a passionate and dedicated PE Teacher looking for a chance to positively impact the lives of students, we encourage you to apply.

Benefits

Wyedean recognises that our employees are our most important asset, and we are aware that the quality and commitment of our employees is critical to our success. We offer our employees the following staff benefits:

  • Excellent CPD opportunities and career progression
  • Employer contributions to Local Government or Teachers Pension Scheme
  • Flexible working
  • Funded counselling services
  • Free eye tests (subject to requirements of contract)
  • Winter Flu jabs
  • Long Service awards
  • EV charging stations on site

 Expected start date: Monday 4th November 2024

Attachments

Safeguarding Statement:

Wyedean School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will have to meet the person specification and is required to apply for an enhanced DBS disclosure. We particularly welcome applicants from under- represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.

Online searches on shortlisted candidates

The school is committed to ensuring that safeguarding is a top priority; therefore, in line with KCSIE, the school will consider carrying out online searches on shortlisted candidates as part of their due diligence. Online searches solely aim to help identify any incidents or issues that have happened, and are publicly available online, which the school may want to explore with the applicant at interview.

Online searches will be conducted on shortlisted candidates only, and only where the school considers this appropriate. The school will consider any potential risks of online searches, e.g. unlawful discrimination or invasion of privacy, and will be clear on the reasons that online searches are being conducted. Online searches will only examine data that is publicly available.

Online searches will be carried out by an individual who is independent of the recruitment process to minimise the risk of bias or discrimination and to ensure that only relevant information is considered. The person responsible for carrying out online searches will have due regard to Part three of KCSIE.

The online search process may include searching for the candidate by name via search engines and social media, such as:

  • Google
  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn

When carrying out searches of shortlisted candidates’ online presence, the school will look out for indicators of concern, such as:

  • Inappropriate behaviour, jokes or language.
  • Discriminatory comments.
  • Inappropriate images.
  • Drug or alcohol misuse.
  • Anything that suggests the candidate may not be suitable to work with children.

Any concerns will be addressed during the interview process. The school will ensure that candidates are given an opportunity to discuss any concerns raised by the online search. 

Wyedean School and 6th Form Centre

Wyedean School and 6th Form Centre