Apprentice Teaching Assistant  - Sports Coach

Position advertised:     Apprentice Teaching Assistant  - Sports Coach

Salary:                     Apprentice standard rate

Closing Date:          Friday 2nd August 2019



Our fantastic school is looking for someone who is passionate about sport and coaching children. At Frodsham CE we love PE and sport and have huge success at competitive level. We want an enthusiastic Apprentice Teaching Assistant - Sports Coach who can motivate and inspire our wonderful children to get active and enjoy sport.

The successful candidate will be responsible for:

  • delivering lunchtime activities to encourage children to lead healthy lifestyles;
  • coaching our children in a wide range of sports through well attended daily after school clubs;
  • organise attendance of teams at inter school competitions;
  • support high quality teaching and learning in PE alongside class teachers;
  • organise termly intra school tournaments including our successful sports day;
  •  providing support in class across other subject areas.

We need our apprentice teaching assistant - sports coach to have the following skills:

  • knowledge and experience of a wide range of sports;
  • a good communicator who develops positive relationships with children;
  • a team player who can work flexibly and reliably;
  • highly organised and able to manage time effectively;
  • an inclusive approach to PE and sport;
  • a professional manner.

A driving licence is essential for this role.

We can offer you:

  • delightful, enthusiastic children;
  • a hardworking and dedicated team of great staff to work alongside;
  • supportive governors and parents;
  • a school where PE is well resourced and has a high profile;
  • access to training through Cheshire College South and West.

If you would like to come and see for yourself how great our school is and find out further information about the role, then please phone the school office to arrange a visit; we would be delighted to show you around.

Our school community places the highest priority on keeping our children safe.  Applicants for all posts will be subject to stringent vetting and induction processes. The holder of this post will be required to work with children under the age of 18 in a position of trust, and is, therefore, exempt from the Rehabilitation of offenders Act 1974. The successful candidate will be subject to the relevant checks and enhanced DBS, and will be required to complete a Declaration of Disqualification form.

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