Director of Health and Wellbeing

Reach Academy Feltham

  • Inner-London salary, commensurate with experience + TLR
  • Middlesex / London
  • Permanent
  • Full Time
Posted 1 week ago

Reach Academy Feltham is our first all-through school that was established in 2012. We’ve created a community of pupils, parents and teachers united by the highest expectations of what every young person can achieve and the commitment to do whatever it takes to help them get there.

Role Overview

We are looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated teacher of PE who is ready to make the transition to their first curriculum leadership role, or a previous curriculum leader in PE who would like to have more autonomy for their department and a wider impact across a school.

The successful candidate will share the school’s vision and the belief that all young people should be able to enjoy a life of choice and opportunity and be committed to ensuring that every child can achieve their full potential.

Within a small school context, the person successful in this role will lead a small department, managing the teaching of Physical Education across KS1-KS4, with the possibility in the future of launching a KS5 qualification subject to pupil interest.

This is an exciting opportunity as the successful candidate will have creative control of the curriculum and extra-curricular offer for Health and Well-Being, as well as overseeing our Food Technology curriculum. 

Personal specification

  • Unwavering belief in the vision and values of Reach Academy Feltham
  • Excellent teacher with a constant desire to improve
  • Highly organised and attentive to detail
  • Clear commitment to character education and the development of the whole child
  • Qualified teacher and good honours degree
  • Expansive knowledge and passion for your subject
  • QTS and a good honours degree (R);
  • At least three years teaching experience at Secondary level (R);
  • Values driven (R);
  • Strong and evidenced teaching ability, focused on excellent outcomes for all, especially the most vulnerable (D);
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal & organisational skills (D);
  • Excellent analytical numeracy and literacy (D);
  • Proven ability to motivate others towards an aspirational goal (D).

How to apply

Please read our ‘Safer recruitment’ statement in our job pack.

Follow this link to complete an online application form. 

The deadline for application is Monday 24th June 2024, at 5pm.

We actively encourage early applications. Applications will be reviewed as and when they are received.

If you would like to have an informal conversation to discuss the role, please contact the co-headteacher for Primary, Tilly Browne on or the co-headteacher for Secondary, Beck Owen on 

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