are looking to recruit an Assistant
Curriculum Leader of PE to:
- Assist the Curriculum Leader in ensuring
effective teaching in the PE Faculty, so that lessons are challenging and
exciting. Evaluating the quality of
teaching and standards of students’ achievement and setting targets for
- Support the Curriculum Leader in
establishing and maintaining policies and practices to promote positive student
behaviour and achievement in the PE Faculty
- Within the context of the academy’s aims
and policies, to support the Head of Faculty to develop and implement PE
policies, plans, targets and practices
- Lead and manage the teaching of KS4 PE
and BTEC Sport across the department
- Ensure that high quality teaching and
learning takes place in all allocated classes and groups in PE
- Assist the Curriculum Leader in the
leadership and management of PE, including teaching staff and other specified
- Provide a full learning experience and
support for students in PE
As part of your wider duties and
responsibilities, you are required to promote and actively support the
Academy’s responsibilities towards safeguarding.
Please see the attached job description and person specification
for further details. Visits to the academy, prior to application, are
encouraged. Please contact Pete Monaghan to arrange a visit: P.Monaghan@SCAcademy.co.uk
position is subject to an enhanced Disclosure
and Barring Service Check and suitable references for the successful applicant.
Trust is an exciting and dynamic place to work. With a head office and 40
primary, secondary and special schools, working for OAT offers an abundance of
opportunities. We can all play a part in making a difference, shaping our
schools/education system, and teaching and developing children, creating
schools where no one is disadvantaged. Our people are our greatest asset and at
Ormiston Academies Trust you can be assured that if you invest in our children
and our mission, we will invest in you and your career development.
For our staff,
effective professional development is core to securing positive outcomes for
our children. It cannot exist in isolation; rather it requires a pervasive
culture of scholarship with a shared commitment for staff to support one
another to develop so that pupils benefit from the highest quality teaching and
care. The thousands of professional decisions that must be made every day need
to be informed by the best evidence, knowledge and professional wisdom.
At OAT, our mission
is to be the Trust that makes the biggest difference, both inside and outside
of the classroom. We recognise that to achieve this aim, we must invest in our
staff so effective Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is at the heart of
OAT’s work to engage, develop and retain talented staff within the Trust.
Benefits of working
for OAT include:
CPD and networking opportunities for all OAT staff
- Free 24/7
confidential counselling service available to all OAT staff in schools
- A generous
- Membership of a generous pension scheme (LGPS
The academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
The academy’s Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy can be found on the academy website.
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