Personal, Social, and Physical Education(PSPE)
Primary Years Program
PSPE – Personal, Social, and Physical Education
Term of Employment: 2 years
Reporting Accountability: Principal
Scope of Responsibility
The PSPE teacher is responsible for cultivating an understanding of the importance of leading a healthy, active lifestyle in and out of school and as part of life-long learning. They will also collaborate with Primary School colleagues to develop engaging and inspirational learning experiences.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
· Be a role model for students in physical health and sports, inspiring them to be actively interested in PE.
· Make an impact on the experience young people receive through PE and sport.
· Ensure lessons are planned in accordance with the departmental scheme of work.
· Assess, record, and report on the progress/attainment of students.
· Prioritize and manage time effectively, ensuring continued professional development per the role.
· Contribute to a complete and extensive extracurricular programme.
· Manage, coach, and officiate sports teams.
· Teach according to student's educational needs.
· Have a clear vision/focus.
· Be passionate about the subject and communicate well with young people.
· Maintain discipline in accordance with school procedures.
· Ensure a high-quality learning environment.
· Act within the school framework, which sets out the teacher's professional duties and responsibilities and is used only for guidance.
· Maintain positive links with local clubs, schools, and organizations and provide professional and up-to-date physical health advice for students as needed.
· To represent the school and communicate its values to a range of audiences.
· Work alongside colleagues in planning, adjusting, and delivering learning activities.
· Attend school events to better understand student interests and personalities outside the regular classroom, build strong relationships with your students, and strengthen their self-confidence while inspiring them to achieve high goals.
· Follow the Code of Conduct in the Child Protection Policy.
· Perform other duties and tasks as assigned.
· A Bachelor's or Master’s degree specializing in education, administration, or related fields.
· In-depth knowledge of and familiarity with IB standards and practices.
· Experience leading and managing staff.
· Experience teaching in the IB program.
· Ability to work collaboratively with other organizations' faculty, staff, administration, students, families, and key contacts.
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to communicate persuasively with faculty, students, and parents.
· Excellent analytical skills.
· Dedication to academic excellence.
· Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Sias IS is committed to the protection of all children and young people from harm. Belief in and alignment with Sias IS beliefs and educational philosophy is non-negotiable.