Teacher of Boys’ PE
Required for September 2017
Full Time MPS/UPS
Brooke Weston is a high performing and oversubscribed Academy in Northamptonshire. We offer an exceptional working and learning environment, where students are placed at the heart of the learning experience. As a National Teaching School, Brooke Weston offers exceptional professional development and promotional prospects and opportunities to work with like-minded professional partners from our alliance of schools.
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, inspirational and motivated teacher of boys’ PE with a passion for their subject and the ability to enthuse and engage students at all ages. The ability to teach to a high level in football and rugby would be an advantage.
In addition to PE, candidates must also have the ability to offer 50% teaching at KS3 in either English, Maths or Humanities. You will also have a willingness or ability to teach one of these subjects beyond KS3 over time; we will ensure appropriate support is given to the appointed candidate to enable you to successfully deliver both subjects to a high level.
This is a very exciting opportunity for a dynamic and motivated professional who wants to enhance their offerings as a teacher. The post would be suitable for an experienced teacher or an outstanding NQT who wants to work in a leading Academy focussed on ensuring that all students achieve or exceed their potential.
As a member of staff at Brooke Weston, we can offer you the following:
• Enhanced salaries and rapid promotional prospects
• Opportunities for continued professional studies at Masters level and above
• Guaranteed PPA equivalent to one day per week
• Laptop to support your role
• Breakfast and lunch provided for all staff
For further information and to apply please contact Mike Sherwin on the details below details.
Applications may be submitted in writing addressed to the Principal or electronically to email@example.com
T: 0116 253 2389 / 07525 889925
Closing date: Noon, Friday 30 June 2017
Interviews: Week commencing 3 July 2017
The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts working with children and young people will be subject to an enhanced disclosures barring service check.