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Part-time Netball Coach

Eltham College

Closing date: Monday, 28 June 2021


Netball Coach

Required from November 2021 to March 2022

Part Time 1300-1730 Monday to Wednesday, Term Time Only Salary: £30 per hour

We are seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Netball coach to support our PE, Games and co-curricular provision across all age groups. The successful candidate will: • Have played or coached to a high standard; • Have Netball Level 2 Coaching qualification or equivalent; • Be able to umpire to a good standard (C Award desirable but not essential); • Be comfortable and competent when delivering high quality coaching to students of all abilities and ages 7- 18; • Have the ability to maintain an environment in which all students participate enthusiastically and where they strive to excel. The post holder will work an average of 8 hours per week during Michaelmas Term and 12 hours per week during Lent Term.

The hours will mainly be worked during weekday afternoons but candidates must also be available to attend Saturday fixtures. Closing date: midday on Wednesday 31 March 2021 About Eltham College Eltham College is a thriving, co-educational independent day school for students aged 7 to 18, comprising a separate Junior School and three divisions (Lower, Middle and Sixth Form) in the Senior School.

Over the past few years, the school has grown considerably; there are just under 800 students in the Senior School and around 250 pupils in the Junior School. Girls have been part of Sixth Form life for over 45 years and from 2020 were able to join from Years 3 and 7, where they account for between a third and half of the intake. We will be fully co-educational by 2025. We are a highly successful and exciting school which aims to provide a broad and balanced education that will prepare students for the modern world. The school is regularly found amongst the leading academic schools in the country and boasts many county and national players in a range of sports, as well as exceptionally talented musicians, actors and artists.

The broader co-curricular programme is wide and diverse. The College has a distinctive character, born out of its Christian heritage, and we have continued to focus on the care of the individual as we have grown in recent years. Strong pastoral care, an energetic House system that promotes collegiality, and a relaxed and unpretentious atmosphere make the school a happy and vibrant place for students and staff. Alongside the ambitious programme of school development and expansion, a strong emphasis is placed upon staff support and development. Many staff choose to stay; but equally others are prepared and trained for future promotion in leading HMC schools.

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