PE Teacher – Girls’ Games (Part Time)
Required January 2018
A dynamic teacher is sought to teach PE throughout the primary years including Girls’ Games, to work as part of a forward thinking team in our flourishing school. ‘Outstanding’ (OfstedNov.14).
Competitive salary and conditions are offered.
We are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment and work in accordance with our child protection policies and procedures. All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check
Interested candidate can Email:- email@example.com
About Thomas's Fulham School
Our aim is to ensure that each child in our care fulfils his or her potential. We would like every pupil to become the best that he or she can be.
In each school, we aim to offer a rich and broad education, which inspires enjoyment, learning and achievement. We expect every member of the schools’ communities to “Be Kind”.
A Broad Curriculum
In narrow terms, our remit is to prepare our pupils thoroughly for the academic entrance and scholarship examinations of their chosen senior school.
We believe, though, that we have a much wider responsibility than this.
We believe that we are preparing children not only for their senior schools, but also for the life that lies beyond them.
Our curriculum enables our pupils, boys and girls, to make outstanding progress, which fully supports them to move on to their next stage of education.
We regard these preparatory school years as forming the foundation on which our pupils will build their future education and future lives. We are mindful of the fact that our pupils’ experience of school and of life at this early age will in large measure shape the adults that they will become.
During their time with us, we therefore aim to give our pupils an education which is both rich and broad.
To this end, we place a strong emphasis on high academic standards, set within a broad curriculum, within which Art, Ballet, Drama, French, ICT, Music and PE are all taught by specialist teachers from a child’s first day in school.
Furthermore, we are committed to running a strong and varied programme of trips, clubs, speakers and extra-curricular activities to enrich the educational experience of our pupils.
We are a Christian school, open to children of all faiths.
The most important school rule, which applies to every member of the school community, is
Our ethos, aims and values actively support the upholding of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs; British values which we cherish, equipping pupils for life in modern Britain
In each school, we aim to engender an ethos of kindness, encouragement and understanding, in which pupils’ strengths are developed and their weaknesses supported, so that each child is challenged without being inhibited.
We expect our pupils to make impressive progress as a result of their own hard work, the best efforts their teachers, the judicious support of their parents and the encouragement of their peers.