As a School Sport, Health & Wellbeing Apprentice, you will need to be able to plan and deliver coaching sessions. You will also need to inspire, motivate and enthuse your students. Below are the main roles you will be expected to carry out during your apprenticeship.
- Support the provision of high quality sports coaching during and after school
- Involve all children in physical education and adapting lessons to children with different abilities
- Give feedback to students on performance and help them to improve techniques and understanding
- Improve links with other local schools and partners to help with competitive sport and physical activity provision
- Increase physical activity levels within the school (both pupils and staff)
- Assist with the improvement of staff development within the area of PE and school sport
- Assist the school in its day to day duties (support classroom activities and the school environment)
- Plan fun, engaging coaching activities, sessions and programmes in a safe environment
- Managing coursework set through studying the Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Supporting the Delivery of PE and School Sport
Any offer of Apprenticeship is subject to full DBS and satisfactory references.
Requirements and prospects
You will already have the following set of skills:
- A good time keeper
- Able to take instruction and willing to learn
- Safety conscious
- Physically fit
- Able to travel to work in their own transport
- Have previous experience of sports coaching
- Previous experience working with children
- Motivated and self-driven
- Flexible & adaptable
- A confident swimmer
- Good knowledge of football rules
- A good team player
- Mature attitude
About the employer
St Peters R C Primary School
St. Peter's Roman Catholic Primary School has 200 pupils on roll, which predominantly serves the Parishes of Ss Peter and Paul, Earl Shilton. Our Lady and St. Gregory, Market Bosworth and St. Pius X, Narborough. We have a ninety square mile catchment area.
The school has a strong religious ethos. It is a purposeful and happy school with a determination to be successful and to give all learners the opportunity to develop fully, personally, academically and spiritually (see Mission Statement and Aims). Our Catholic ethos permeates everything we do. We would consider both Catholic and non-Catholic staff, who would uphold our Catholic ethos.
St. Peter’s is a very friendly place to work, staff get on well together and enjoy their work. We are very supportive of one another and strengths and difficulties are overcome by sharing and supporting one another. We have a mixture of long standing staff and teachers who have joined the school more recently. We like to think that the staff model the friendship and positive relationships between each other in order that the pupils can behave and support one another in the same way.
We give the pupils a lot of responsibility and this raises the bar with regard to our expectations of their behaviour. We do a considerable amount of work with our closest universities supporting training teachers. We get a lot of positive feedback from these students who visit and train here. We also pride ourselves with the amount of support we give to NQTs and other staff when they first start working here especially if they are starting their career here at St. Peter’s.
We are fortunate to have a big playing field where we have ample areas for play, PE lessons, growing plants and even pond dipping. In the summer the children are able to eat their packed lunches outside on the picnic benches provided, our PTA is currently looking at ways in which we can further enhance the outside play area for the pupils. All of our classrooms are large and well equipped.
Our school is inclusive. There are 13 children are on the school SEN register. The number of children with a Health Education Plan is 2. We have support staff whose role it is to support children with special educational needs.
Governors are very committed to the school and have a wide range of professional knowledge and experience which enables them to offer appropriate challenge and support. They are a friendly group and they are fully involved in school development planning, monitoring visits, reviewing policies, etc.
The successful candidate would be well supported by colleagues, we are all hard working and we all want the best for the pupils at this school. We know that by supporting new staff in their new role, the children will benefit.