Teacher of Boys PE
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding Teacher of PE full time from September 2020. The majority of the PE timetable will be teaching boys. This position will suit both newly qualified and experienced candidates. Extra curricular activity is a strength at the school, with the department committed to after school activities. The staff are enthusiastic and supportive. The vacancy is ideal for an energetic and forward thinking teacher looking to develop their career within a highly experienced and supportive department.
The ideal applicant will be passionate about Physical Education and be able to encourage and promote a good educational standard. The school are looking for someone who can teach across the age and ability range KS3-KS5. This is the ideal position for NQTs or experienced PE Teachers as we are looking for those with QTS. A specialism in rugby and the ability to coach would be an advantage but is not essential.
North Oxfordshire Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all who work at the school to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
Essential educational requirements
A degree, at least 2:2
Qualified Teacher Status, with subject specialism(s) related to the area of responsibility.
Essential skills and experience
Ability to teach across the full 11-18 age range.
A specialism in Rugby and the ability to coach would be an advantage but is not essential.
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About North Oxfordshire Academy
Welcome to North Oxfordshire Academy and thank you for taking an interest in developing your career with us. For those who want to combine quick access to London and Oxford with country living, North Oxfordshire Academy is the ideal location. We are situated in Banbury, a vibrant market town steeped in history which enjoys affordable rental and house prices. The academy sits on a 48-acre site and offers great facilities including extensive playing fields, a national standard athletics track and a 50-place nursery to which teachers benefit from heavily subsidised places. The academy offers a great training programme for students, NQTs and Schools Direct trainees who all benefit from high-quality, supportive CPD. Our staff are optimistic, hardworking and great team players and new staff very quickly become part of the NOA family. We pride ourselves on excellent staff retention; our staff are happy and determined to encourage the very best in our students. I would be delighted to welcome any prospective applicants to see for themselves how we work at North Oxfordshire Academy. Sara Billins, Principal
- Drayton Road, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX16 0UD
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