Junior School PE and Girls’ Games Co-ordinator KS2 Form Tutor and Class Teacher
- Expiring soon
- Job type:
- Full Time, Permanent
- Start date:
- September 2018
- Apply by:
- 26 January 2018
Junior School PE and Girls’ Games Coordinator and KS2 Form Tutor
Full time, permanent positionRequired for September 2018
The appointed candidate will be a highly successful and experienced P.E. and Girls’ Games specialist with a proven track record of outstanding and enthusiastic Key Stage 2 classroom practice. A willingness to contribute to the broader life of this busy and vibrant independent day school is essential.
Applications should include a completed Exeter School application form, a covering letter, addressed to the Junior School Headmistress, Mrs Sue Marks, and a current CV.
Please send completed applications to Headmistress’ P.A., Mrs Ruth Sherrell,
(Tel: 01392 258738; email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
About Exeter School
- Exeter School
- Victoria Park Road, Exeter
- EX2 4NS
- United Kingdom
Exeter School is a selective school for boys and girls between the ages of seven and eighteen with broad academic potential. We value intellectual achievement and take pride in the wide range of extra-curricular activities, which are enjoyed by pupils and staff alike. It is this shared approach to the children's progress which underpins the school's daily operation. We wish to provide a solid educational platform for our pupils' future and we hope that there are areas here in which all children may excel, be they academic, artistic, cultural or sporting. We aim to care for our pupils through our pastoral system and to equip all pupils with the high standards and expectations which will enable them to flourish as they go through the school and, of course, beyond it.
Exeter School aims
- To develop the academic, personal and physical potential of each pupil in the school
- To uphold the high standards of academic teaching and pastoral care within the school
- To sustain the richness and variety of the school's extra-curricular provision
- To promote high standards for the conduct of pupils within a friendly, tolerant and safe environment
- To encourage pupils to contribute to the wider community
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