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Temporary teacher of Physical Education and Sport

Full time until 21st Dec 2021
Full time until 21st Dec 2021

GSA Independent School: c.710 Girls 2-18yrs Day and Boarding Situated ten minutes from the heart of Edinburgh’s bustling West End.

TEMPORARY TEACHER OF PHYSCIAL EDUCATION (PE) AND SPORT (Full-Time until 21 December 2021) Immediate start required. Early applications encouraged. St George’s, Edinburgh are looking for a forward thinking and innovative teacher to join us in encouraging all girls to participate in and enjoy PE and sporting activities, regardless of ability, whilst at the same time supporting and nurturing our elite performers. We offer both Curriculum PE, along with clubs and activities every day and weekends. This post will include Saturdays. Applications are sought from GTCS registered teachers who are immediately available to take up post for this absence cover. An application form and further details about this post are available on our website https://www.stge.org.uk/about/vacancies/ The HR Manager can also be contacted via 0131-311-8126 or jobs@stge.org.uk should you have any questions. Please note, due to the temporary and immediate nature of this post St George’s will close the post to any new applications once we receive sufficient numbers for consideration. A Charitable Company Limited by Guarantee No. SC012632

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