Curriculum Leader for PE
September 2018 start – TLR 1b £9,476
Hardenhuish School is an 11-18 co-educational comprehensive school set in the magnificent parkland of the former Hardenhuish Manor and Chippenham Grammar School. We enjoy an outstanding reputation locally and nationally as a ‘High Performing Academy’. Exam results are consistently above the national average. At Hardenhuish we put children at the centre of all we do: we believe in a three-way partnership with school, home and the individual, ensuring that each and every young person is ‘inspired to learn, supported to succeed’.
This is an exciting opportunity for a colleague with the enthusiasm, vision and drive to further develop PE here at Hardenhuish School. We are looking to appoint a highly motivated, inspirational leader and outstanding classroom practitioner. The successful candidate will teach across the full range of key stages and oversee curriculum development and our extra-curricular programme.
Our PE team work in our well-equipped sports facilities, including a full-size sports hall, gymnasium equipped with flat screen TV and extensive outdoor facilities including hard-courts and fields. In addition to our practical facilities, we have dedicated classrooms with access to ICT suites and trolleys of Ipads to enhance our teaching and learning.
Hardenhuish provides a supportive environment, where every member of staff is helped to be the very best they can be. The successful candidate will have the advantage of outstanding CPD provision, regular staff-wellbeing events and access to a generous benefit package through Wiltshire Rewards.
Should you wish to discuss this vacancy, please contact our HR Manager on 01249 650693 or to apply, download an application pack from the Vacancies page on our website www.hardenhuish.wilts.sch.uk
Closing date: 8.30am on Monday 19 February 2018
Interviews: Will be held during the week beginning Monday 26 February 2018
Hardenhuish School is an equal opportunities employer and, as part of its commitment to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people, all staff and volunteers require enhanced DBS clearance and satisfactory references before commencing in post. We expect all staff and volunteers to share our commitment to safeguarding.