Fairford Primary School

PE Teacher

PE Teacher 4 days per week (5 days negotiable)

Whole School PE lead

Start date: Term 6, but September start negotiable for the right person

Is your passion working in primary? Is your specialism PE? If you are an experienced teacher, who would love to teach PE across our school, then this could be a great opportunity for you.

Our school has an established PE teacher and PE lead, who is now moving on, so this opportunity has arisen at our great school.

You will have responsibility for the PE curriculum, organising coaches for after school clubs, personally running extra-curricular PE clubs, running Sports Day and leading staff meetings to update and inspire colleagues.

You will be given time each day to manage PE across the school in addition to PPA.

If you would like to visit our school to find out more about the role, explore our school and see and hear first-hand about the opportunity, please call the school office on 01285 712543 to arrange a visit between the 4thand 13th March 2024.

Application closing date, Monday 18th March.

Interview date, Thursday 21st March.

The job description and person specification is available via the application pack on our school website, fairford.gloucs.sch.uk

If you are interested in applying you must complete the standard GCC application form which can be found:

CVs are not acceptable.

All appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check, satisfactory references and other medical and safeguarding checks prior to appointment.

The application pack contains copies of our Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy, Safer Recruitment Policy and Policy Statement of the Recruitment of Ex-Offenders and is available below, via email request to careers@fairford.gloucs.sch.uk or from the school office. 

Note 1: The school will carry out online searches of shortlisted candidates to help identify any incidents or issues which may need to be explored at interview. Shortlisted candidates will also be required to complete a self-declaration on their criminal record or information that would make them unsuitable to work with children. 

Note 2: Any successful applicant will have to demonstrate the right to work in the UK

Note 3: If the successful applicant has lived or worked outside of the UK for a period of more than 6 months within the last 10 years they will be required to provide a police check (Certificate of Good Conduct) form that country to cover that period.