Are you a Girls’ PE Teacher? A lovely school in South Hertfordshire are looking to recruit a Girls’ PE teacher able to teach up to KS4/5 on a part-time basis for September. The position is available due to a planned resignation, so the school’s SLT are trying to get ahead of the game and add an inspiring PE teacher to their well-established department.
This position is being offered as either temp-perm or permanent right away, depending on preference and interview outcomes, of course; so, PE teachers, whether you want to start on supply or jump straight into a contract directly with the school, apply apply apply!
Ofsted have not looked kindly on the school over the past couple of years, however the SLT and all the school staff are working hard to rectify their inspection results. This may well put you off from applying, which is understandable, but if you’re still reading then you’re probably the kind of PE teacher who relishes this kind of challenge; the kind of challenge in which you’ll find yourself tired, but appreciated, worn-out but rewarded and at the other end you’ll have your name signed to a remarkable turnaround, because there’s no doubt, going off the feedback from supply teachers, that this blip is temporary. With the strong, dedicated team they already have, plus you, the school’s Ofsted grade will be right back to where it should be.
All candidates will be subject to a variety of checks including an enhanced DBS check, full references including your most recent employer and eligibility to work in the UK. Step Teachers are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.