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- Early years, Key stage 1, Key stage 2
- View all Full timejobs - Working hours 37 hours per week, 39 weeks per year (term time plus INSET days)
8.30am-4.30pm (with 30 minute unpaid lunchbreak) 4x days per week,
and 8.30am-4.00pm 1 x day per week
Full-time equivalent salary
- £24,310 - £26,295 per annum, Actual pay, £20,560 - £22,239, 37 hours per week, 39 weeks per year (term time + 5 INSET days)
- Bucks Pay Range 3, Scale point 16-20 (based on 23/24 pay scales)
We are looking to appoint an
inspirational, ambitious and talented PE & Sports Coach to join our
dedicated and enthusiastic team.
Our PE & Sports Coach has a
dual role; firstly, to provide high-quality PE and professional development to our
teaching staff, and additionally take a lead on providing enrichment and games
during the break and lunchtime to contribute towards the overall sports
provision. The role will also involve
taking responsibility for the organisation of school games, competitions and
sports events locally within the sports partnership. This is a role which requires a great deal of
initiative, to use time effectively to maximise opportunities to have an impact
on pupils’ physical well-being – through lessons, through breaks and lunches,
and through clubs and the sports partnership.
The appointed candidate will be excited to take the lead in each of
these aspects and drive PE & Sports at Green Ridge so that we continue to
develop our renound reputation for our sporting achievements.
You will be part of the PE
leadership across the school, taking responsibility for the majority of lessons
planned and taught, and providing development for teachers in delivering their
own lessons. This will be a flexible
role which could be working with all children across the academy, from Early
Years to Key Stage 2. The role also
includes leading provision and enrichment during break and lunchtimes.
What we’re looking for:
You could be a school-leaver, interested in
studying PE at university, wishing to train as a PE teacher or sports coach and
want experience within an educational setting before you apply for further
studies. You could be a qualified sports
coach/teacher, and wish to make your mark on your own setting, establishing a
curriculum and provision from scratch.
For us, the most important thing you will bring is your passion for your
sports and your ability to coach and teach young children in PE; the
qualifications associated with this can be gained on the job as with the
experience, but the ability to communicate effectively with young children and
teach PE is of paramount importance.
The successful candidate will have:
- The motivation and passion to achieve the
very best for the children within PE and sports
- A good understanding or awareness of the
Early Years Foundation Stage and/or a good understanding of the Key Stage 1 and
Key Stage 2 curriculum for PE
- A good understanding of the range of
additional needs that pupils can have and how best to support them within PE
- The ability to work independently as well
as part of a wider team
- The ability to work on initiative
- A ‘can-do’ approach to all aspects of academy
- A willingness to undertake professional
development and grow their skills
- Excellent communication skills and a good
sense of humour
Please download The Application pack for more information about the role.
At REAch2 we recognise that those who work in an academy are in a unique position in their care of children. The responsibility for all staff to safeguard pupils and promote their welfare, as stated in Section 175 of the Education Act (2002) is one that is central to our ethos, our policies and our actions. All children are deserving of the highest levels of care and safeguarding, regardless of their individual characteristics or circumstances, and we are committed to applying our policies to ensure effective levels of safeguarding and care are afforded to all our pupils.
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