1.To provide a safe working environment for the teachers and students using the PE facilities
2.To provide general support to the teacher in the management of individual and groups of students and the classroom.
3.Under the direct instruction of teaching staff to work with students in the classroom to provide physical/general care and assist with their learning.
1.The PE Teaching Assistant would work under direct instruction of teaching staff:
2.Provide for the students welfare/personal care both individually and in groups, and ensure their safety.
3.Act as a role model, show awareness of individual needs and respond to them,Encourage student interaction and engagement with teacher led activities.
4.Prepare and routinely maintain classroom materials/resources/displays, assist students in their use, clear afterwards and display students’ work.
5.Daily preparation of resources, specialist equipment and materials used in practical lessons and extra –curricular activities, following teacher instructions.
6.Clearing away, safe storage and maintenance of practical equipment after practical lessons and extra-curricular activities.
7.Nsuring that the PE facilities are maintained as suitable, clean and safe working environments.
8.Assisting in the management of all resourcesAssisting students with practical work as required by the teachers.
Dulwich College benefits from a rich history. One of Britain’s most prestigious independent schools.
Dulwich was founded in 1619 as “Alleyn’s College of God’s Gift” by the great Shakespearean actor Edward Alleyn with letters patent from King James I. The College has a distinguished tradition of inspired teaching and genuine scholarship. Students come from a wide range of backgrounds with diverse interests that enrich the life of the College. Almost one sixth of all students at Dulwich College London are accepted at Oxford, Cambridge or top tier North American Universities. ‘Old Alleynians’ have a long history of distinguished careers. Amongst the most well-known are perhaps Sir Ernest Shackleton and PG Wodehouse, although other household names include Raymond Chandler, C S Forester and Trevor Bailey.
In 2003 Dulwich College London founded its first international school in China forging strong and valuable links to Asia. Dulwich now has international schools in Shanghai, Beijing and Suzhou.
Dulwich College Suzhou opened its doors to its first students in August 2007 on a brand new campus on the eastern side of Suzhou. It's the first Dulwich College China school to be founded in partnership with a Chinese school, namely: Suzhou High School, Suzhou Industrial Park Campus. This partnership promises to provide Dulwich College Suzhou students and faculty with unique opportunities for cultural exchange