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Teacher Of Physical Education And Girls Games

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Teacher Of Physical Education And Girls Games
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The Banda School


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Teacher Of Physical Education And Girls Games

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Details of the offer

To teach Physical Education and Games across the school (sports taught at The Banda include: Rounders, Cricket, Athletics, Football, Swimming, Hockey, Squash, Tennis, Rugby and Netball). The postholder will report to the Director of Sport and will be accountable to the Headmistress.Job Definition:

To undertake the teaching of Physical Education and Games at The Banda School, to promote genuine interest and enthusiasm and to aim for a high standard of achievement for all pupils within the school.

Responsibilities

1. Plan and deliver high quality lessons in line with the agreed scheme of work of the department. This will require knowledge of the British National Curriculum.2. To provide specialist subject teaching from Pre-Prep to Year 8, as required.

3. To liaise with the Director of Sport and other colleagues concerning curriculum, schemes of work, teaching methods, record keeping etc. to provide continuity and uniformity in the department.

4. To differentiate lessons according to the ability of the pupils in the group.

5. To liaise with parents concerning pupils' progress.

6. To attend Parents' Meetings to discuss the progress of pupils.

7. To write a detailed report on each pupil at the end of designated terms.

8. To perform duties, as requested by the Headmistress, for supervising the pupils outside the classroom e.g. Lunch/break etc.

9. To “cover” for any colleague who cannot attend school for any reason and to provide a cover sheet for colleagues if unable to attend school.

10. To put up attractive displays on designated boards around the school that will provide incentives and encouragement, whilst celebrating individual success.

11. To attend weekly Staff Meetings, as well as whole school meetings, and any other meetings that may require attendance.

12. To coach a group or groups of children in games lessons; and referee or umpire any matches, as required. Matches might be scheduled after school hours or during the weekend.

13. To stimulate and encourage pupils to achieve excellence in the subject.

14. To run additional sporting sessions before, after and during school.

15. To emphasise the importance of safety and of safe methods of play.

16. To participate in meetings with parents and colleagues at school which relate to the administration, organisation and curriculum of the school.

17. To teach the pupils good sportsmanship and promote the school’s behaviour policy. Pupils should be made aware of the published Sports Etiquette.

18. To maintain good order and discipline among pupils and safeguard their health and safety, both on school premises and when engaged in school activities elsewhere.

19. To keep up to date with curriculum developments and professional practice.

20. To attend regular INSET training and be prepared to share skills and knowledge with other members of staff.

21. To maintain high personal standards of appearance and behaviour. In addition to this, the teacher may also be a Form Tutor in charge of a class and take the Register each day, put up the Form timetable, check Pupil Diaries, and generally take an interest in the pastoral care of the children in his / her class.

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