PE.

PE Teacher Training.

The vision for our PE teacher training programme is to inspire future teachers to develop subject pedagogy and fulfil their potential! We aspire to develop reflective teachers who are not only capable of understanding their strengths but can also identify their areas of improvement. We will work with you to develop strategies to teach the full national curriculum and will develop your subject knowledge and behaviour management techniques in the classroom for both theory and practical sports. Finally, we will support you through your training year and ensure you are well prepared for your NQT year.

Subject Pedagogy Tutors.

PE Teacher Training

1st Class Honours in PE and QTS (BSc) Andrew has taught for 16 years across two schools, taking on the role of head of the department, school sports coordinator and professional mentor. Working with the trainee teachers to develop their knowledge and understanding of the role as a PE teacher has always been important to Andrew. As well as this, he enjoys playing rugby and badminton and being part of a team.

Rebecca has been teaching PE for ten years at John Taylor and has mentored PE trainees, been involved with various roles including assistant head of department, whole school quality nominee for vocational courses and is currently Progress Leader in KS4. Rebecca enjoys every aspect of being a PE teacher and feels privileged to inspire and support those who decide to train with us and provides fantastic opportunities to help sculpt your learning. Being part of a team is also important to her, and she regularly enjoys playing Netball.
PE Teacher Training

Get in touch with us to find out more about our programme and the application process.

Programme Specific Elements.

You will have access to 2 Subject pedagogy Tutors to support and mentor you through the year.

You will build on your existing skills and knowledge as a sportsperson and PE enthusiast and continue to develop your subject knowledge in both theory and practical areas of the curriculum.

The programme will prepare you to teach GCSE, BTEC PE and A level theoretical P.E.

You will develop strategies for a constantly changing environment, maintaining discipline and managing the learning in an outdoor and sports hall environment.

You will develop different styles of teaching explored to challenge all learners and will be immersed within a PE department, experiencing what a PE teacher does day to day.

The programme will help you to become a competent, professional and, above all, creative teacher, capable of developing the sporting abilities and physical fitness of the young people with whom you have the privilege of working.

Working with your school and the SCITT you will be prepared for all aspects of the interview.

Do you have what it takes to teach?