Mid Level
Teacher of Girls' PE (maternity cover)
Hull Collegiate School

Salary: Competitive

Closing Date: Wednesday, 9 September 2020

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Hull Collegiate School are looking to appoint a Teacher of Girls' PE starting in January 2021. This role is a temporary full time role to cover a period of maternity leave. The role will be full time, 37.5 hours per week, term time only.


• To teach PE from Key Stage 2 up to Year 13 and demonstrate excellent subject knowledge

• To teach GCSE PE • To ensure effective curriculum coverage, using appropriate teaching and learning methods

• To prepare lessons thoroughly and review the content, presentation and relevance of these in consultation with the Head of PE

• To monitor and evaluate the progress of pupils’ learning in the subject

• To follow school departmental policies for the assessing, recording and reporting of pupil achievement using these to set ambitious targets for further improvement in the subject across the range of abilities

• To create and maintain a stimulating learning environment inside and outside of lessons and to have a significant input into the development of PE teaching in the school

• To ensure levels of discipline conducive to learning

• To work as part of a team in the teaching, organisation and administration of the department



• Ensuring that appropriate and accurate records are kept

• Assistance with all departmental records, pupil assessment schemes, examination entries. Making these records available to the Headmistress, Head of PE and others as appropriate

• Responsibility, along with other department members, for rooms and equipment and for compliance with all Health and Safety regulations

• Liaison with other members of department in matters of organisation, administration and logistics



• To coach and manage netball, hockey and rounders’ teams, whose fixtures happen mid-week and on Saturdays

• A specialism in netball and tennis would be preferable but not essential

• Teach, lead and inspire young people; to be an excellent practitioner both inside and outside the classroom

• Help with school trips and tours

• To look for opportunities to initiate or assist the school in its provision of extra- curricular activities, including weekend fixtures

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