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Lead Teacher of PE and Personal Development/PSHE

Lead Teacher of PE and Personal Development/PSHE

Parkside Community School

Chesterfield, Derbyshire

Salary:
MPR/UPR + TLR 2B2 (£3,553)
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
09/04/2018
Apply by:
8 February 2018

Job overview

Our students require a Lead Teacher of Physical Education/BTEC Sport who has the ability to deliver high quality teaching and learning for our students and improve further extracurricular provision and take up.  We are seeking a talented and inspiring leader of PE who is also able to take a lead role in developing the Personal Development/PSHE Curriculum in our small school. 

The successful candidate is expected to teach PE and PD at both Key Stage 3 and 4 across the whole ability range. You must possess a track record of successful teaching practice, underpinned by a broad base of subject knowledge and teaching and learning strategies. In addition, we are seeking candidates with highly developed communication and organisation skills combined with the ability to engage, enthuse and motivate our students to achieve their potential. We are also looking for a teacher who is able to offer extra-curricular activities and promote the value of sport with students and their families.

Parkside Community School is a good school with sustained improvement. The school has now achieved three years of record breaking GCSE results which have exceeded national averages and placed the school in the upper quartiles nationally across a number of areas.  

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About Parkside Community School

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We are an Ofsted Good School (2022) that is continually developing and improving to move forward to provide the very best experience for our staff, pupils, and community.

Parkside Community School is a good school with sustained improvement over time. In 2022 the school achieved a progress 8 score of +0.61, following a score of +0.59 in 2019 when performance figures were last published. This makes Parkside the highest achieving school in Derbyshire for progress in three of the last four years in which performance figures have been published. 

Underpinning our success are our valued, passionate, and dedicated staff team who benefit from manageable workloads, extensive opportunities within continuous professional development programmes and a fun, driven and exciting working environment.

Our ethos and collective purpose is to ensure that pupils, staff, families and the wider community fully commit to ‘Caring about the choices that will shape your future’. We are absolutely committed to supporting every member of staff to thrive and achieve the level of performance, career progression and fulfilment their care, ambition and commitment demonstrates.

The intent of the Parkside Curriculum is to be leading edge, facilitating the best academic and personal development outcomes for our pupils. Our Parkside Support Centre is driven to provide all necessary support to ensure our pupils can learn, participate, and feel they belong to Parkside.

Parkside has and will continue to positively serve to change life chances for pupils, and we are forever grateful to all those who contribute to this process.

Please take time to view our school website to learn more about our wonderful school. http://www.parkside.derbyshire.sch.uk/

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