Applications are invited from charismatic, enthusiastic and suitably qualified teachers for this exciting, rewarding and demanding post.
Bristol Cathedral Choir School is looking to appoint an outstanding teacher to lead our successful PE Department. The post would particularly be suited to a well-qualified hockey and netball specialist, or rugby and football specialist who is able to teach across the 11-18 age range. There is leadership responsibility for the PE Curriculum. The ability to teach GCSE, AS and A2 PE would be essential. The ability to teach another subject area e.g. Humanities or Biology would be an advantage.
The school enjoys a long tradition in a variety of sports and to maintain this, a commitment to the ethos of BCCS is essential from both staff and pupils. BCCS is a forward-looking school with high standards and an outstanding co-curricular programme. We regularly undertake sports tours, the most recent being to Canada, South Africa and Holland. School matches occur mid-week but the majority of the fixtures take place on Saturdays. The successful applicant will need to be willing to take part in the weekend sporting life of the school.
Specific tasks include:
Teachers have a role within the pastoral system and the ability to contribute to co-curricular areas of BCCS life will be welcomed.
There is an outstanding programme of continuing professional development and in-service training in the school.
There may be responsibility opportunities, with an enhanced allowance, for suitable candidates.
Method of application
An application form is available from TES https://www.tes.com/jobs/employer/-1001343
And further information about the school can be found on our website www.bccs.bristol.sch.uk
Applications should be received by midnight on Friday 18th May 2018. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 23rd May 2018.
Please note that all posts at the School are subject to initial and periodic checks with the Disclosure and Barring Service as the school takes every measure possible to ensure the safeguarding of its students.