Posted: May 16, 2024

School/Organisation

The King's School

Location

Witney, Oxford

Employment Type

Part Time, Permanent

Start Date

September 2024

Closing Date

31 May 2024

Assistant Games Teacher (Part-Time)

The King’s School, Witney

 

Post: Part-time Assistant Games Teaching post at The King’s School, Witney, Oxfordshire; six hours per week (Wednesday and Friday afternoons).

An independent Christian school (3-16) run by Oxfordshire Community Churches

Salary:Between £3,888 and £4,370 pa (FT equivalent £25,920-£29,138 pa) depending on qualifications and experience
Advertised: Friday 10th May
Closing Date: Friday 31st May, 9AM (Please note that applications will be reviewed as they come in and we reserve the right to close the process at an earlier date.)
Interview date: Wednesday 5th June
Start date:1st September 2024

 

 

We are looking for a part-time Assistant Games teacher, working in our secondary school. There may be additional ways to contribute to other areas of school life, including our after- school activity programme, and further suitable opportunities should they arise, for which renumeration may be available

The successful candidate will be an excellent practitioner, flexible, and servant-hearted.  The candidate will be able to build upon the successes of the past, maintaining the distinctive quality and tone of the school, and will be able to work as part of a strong staff team in line with the vision of Oxfordshire Community Churches. It is therefore a genuine and determining occupational requirement that the job-holder must be a committed Christian willing to work with others in the context of OCC’s ethos statement.

Expected Roles

  • To deliver Games lessons to secondary pupils
  • To develop pupils’ sportsmanship skills, performance and abilities in a range of individual and team sports
  • To maintain a high standard of pupil behaviour and involvement in Games
  • To report to parents on pupil attitude to Games, achievement and progress twice a year
  • To help maintain Games equipment

 

It is desirable for the successful applicant to hold a D1 (minibus) driving qualification, although this is not essential. You will be required to attend first aid training every three years.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including DBS checks.

If you have a disability and require any reasonable adjustments that will enable you to apply for this position, then please let us know.