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Sports Coach

Sports Coach (Part Time)

Start Date:                        September 2023/January 2024

Contractual Status:       Permanent part-time contract

Hours:                               1.30pm - 4.15pm (3 afternoons per week)

Based in Hampton, Twickenham Preparatory School is a flourishing, well-resourced and friendly independent co-educational day school for pupils from 4-13 years.

Located in stunning grounds near the River Thames and Bushy Park with direct rail links into London, the School has a reputation for being nurturing and pastorally strong with high academic standards and a broad curriculum.

There are currently c.280 pupils at the school with two classes in each year group from Reception. Small class sizes ensure that each pupil experiences individual attention and bespoke teaching. Our girls leave at 11 and boys at 13, mainly to Independent Senior Schools in the locality.

The Position

An exciting opportunity for an experienced and enthusiastic Sports Coach to join our Sports Department and support our Heads of Sport in delivering the sports programme to all our pupils from Year 3 upwards.

The successful candidate will be a sportsperson who has played at an advanced level in one or more of the School’s core sports (rugby, football, netball, hockey or cricket).  The expertise to deliver high quality coaching experiences for our pupils is crucial. The ability to engage, motivate and develop our pupils across the full range of sporting opportunities at the School will be key to success. An officiating or coaching qualification is highly desirable. Excellent subject knowledge and effective communication skills will be essential.

If you are passionate about sport, committed to high standards and excited by the opportunity to inspire and develop our pupils love of sport, we would like to hear from you.

Application Process

All candidates are required to complete the following:

 

Candidates are requested to complete an Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form. This is not a mandatory requirement and the candidate's job application is not dependent on the completion of this form. The form assists the School in monitoring who is applying for employment and our adherence to equal opportunities best practice and progress towards identifying any barriers to diversity among our workforce. The form is kept separate from the candidate's application and is not seen by the interview panel. 

For further information see below:

 

Closing date for applications:    Monday 5th June 2023 (9am)

Interviews to be held:                 Week commencing 15th May 2023

The School reserves the right to interview and appoint at any stage during the recruitment process.

Applications can be submitted electronically to hradmin@twickenhamprep.co.uk or by post and marked for the attention of the HR Department.

TPS is committed to:

Encouraging equality, diversity and inclusion within the School and eliminating unlawful discrimination. We aim to create an environment where staff and pupils can flourish and be supported to work at their best. We understand the value that diversity and inclusion can bring and we aim to be truly representative of all sections of society and the communities that we support.

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).