Assistant Curriculum Leader (2i/C) of PE


  • NOR: 1250 | 325 in 6th Form
  • MPS/UPS + TLR 2a (£3,214)
  • This post is not suitable for ECTs

Our school is a very highly regarded, heavily oversubscribed and vibrant all boys’ comprehensive school with a mixed 6th form. It has a strong community ethos and a record of excellent examination results, well above national averages.

The PE department fosters a collegiate atmosphere, characterised by a robust can-do attitude. Our students exhibit a genuine passion for physical education, demonstrating their commitment through enthusiastic participation in a wide range of activities.

The governors are seeking to appoint a well-qualified and talented individual to take responsibility and help lead the department.

We require:

  • An enthusiastic and passionate PE teacher able to teach across the key stages
  • A commitment to high quality, creative teaching and learning supported by excellent planning and assessment
  • A collegiate approach and a commitment to working as a member of a team
  • A commitment to the development of the whole person.

We will offer:

  • An outstanding opportunity to be part of a successful department
  • A friendly, vibrant and caring school where students are passionate about PE
  • An enterprising and ‘can do’ ethos where innovation and risk taking are encouraged
  • Dedicated PE spaces with high quality resources
  • A strong commitment to CPD and a very supportive induction programme.


Finchley Catholic High School is committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and as such all candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Applications from non-Catholics who are willing to support the values and ethos of a Catholic school are warmly invited.

Application deadline: Midday on Friday 19th April 2024. 

Please note, we reserve the right to interview suitably qualified and talented candidates in advance of the deadline.

Candidates wishing to visit the school are welcome to do so by appointment. 
A completed application form should be returned to the Headteacher, Niamh Arnull, at