Lesson plan. Teach. Mark. Update database. Repeat.
Until artificial intelligence starts replacing us in earnest, all jobs require repetition. At one point or another in our careers, we've all reached a point where that repetition feels insufferable.
What makes the Sisyphean struggle feel tolerable (even pleasant)? Passion.
Working in a community where you feel respected and proud of the culture you represent might just be the cure for your Sisyphean blues. Luckily for you, we're working with a wonderful girls' school in Southwest London that needs a Female PE Teacher to join them from January. This role's initially only needed until the end of the academic year, but the right candidate might have the opportunity to join permanently from the next academic year.
Easily accessed by public transport (commuter anxiety is a whole other subject) and with onsite parking for staff, this high-achieving school enjoys a strong reputation in its community. That word, community, is clearly important to the school's leadership. The school considers inclusiveness among its highest priorities, sat atop next to academic success. This is evidence by its UNICEF award as a rights respecting institution. It's worth noting the school's recent 'Sportsmark' award, too.
Now, if you have...
- Strong UK curriculum knowledge
- Experience working in schools
- A talent for inspiring students
...then please get in touch, we're waiting to hear from you!
Pulse is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.