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Ryan W (experienced male PE teacher)

Ryan W (experienced male PE Teacher)

Full UK driving license with Midas training


16/03/16 to 15/04/16 Trinity Cert Tesol.

09/10 to 06/11 PGCE Physical Education Secondary, 60 Credits graded at a Merit at Masters Level University of Southampton.

09/07 to 06/10 BSc Physical Education and Youth Sport Sheffield Hallam University. Classification (2:1).


Diyar Private International School UAE. 16/08/16-27/10/16. Boys’ PE Teacher. Teaching boys from grades 5-10.

Cranbourne Business and Enterprise College. 16/04/16- 01/07/16. PE Teacher. One term contract covering a long term absence in the department.

Career break to travel 01/01/16-15/03/16. Austria, Portugal, Germany and Spain.

Horndean Technology College. 20/11/13-01/01/16. PE Teacher teaching Key Stage 3 and 4 to both boys and girls. GCSE PE and BTEC Sport courses taught at Key Stage 4. KS3 Science Teacher teaching Biology, Chemistry and Physics. I plan, mark and set all scientific investigations and assessments. Form tutor, learning mentor, trainee teacher mentor, NQT mentor and also one of five head of houses in the school responsible for delivering assemblies and running the house.

Supply Desk. PE Teacher. 27/04/13- 25/10/13. Teaching daily supply specialising in PE, Humanities and English.

The Vyne School. PE Teacher. 16/01/13 to 20/04/13. Activities taught to Key Stage 3 and 4. Both sexes with BTEC and GCSE PE taught in mixed groups.

Oasis Academy Croydon. PE Teacher. 08/12/12 to 15/01/13. Activities taught to Key Stage 3 and 4. Both sexes with BTEC and GCSE PE taught in mixed groups.

Alperton High School. PE Teacher. 01/10/11 to 01/11/11. Activities taught to Key Stage 3 and 4. Boys core PE with BTEC and GCSE PE.

Fort Hill Community School. English and Humanities teacher.  01/02/12 to 26/07/12 Teaching English to Key Stage 3 and 4 including GCSE.

Hurst School. PE Teacher. 01/10/11 to 01/11/11. Activities taught to Key Stage 3 and 4. Boys core PE with BTEC and GCSE PE.

Costello Technology College PGCE PE. 20/01/11 to 27/05/11.

Activities taught to Years 7-11 to all abilities: Football, Rugby, Gymnastics, Health Related Fitness, Badminton, Dance, Table Tennis, GCSE PE and observed BTEC Sport Diploma lessons.

Brighton Hill Community College PGCE PE. 01/10/10 to 16/12/10

Activities taught to Years 7-11: Football, Ultimate Frisbee, Gymnastics, Trampolining, Health Related Fitness, Badminton, Volleyball, Table Tennis, Basketball, Athletics, Cricket and GCSE PE to both years 10 and 11.

Swimming Teacher at Basingstoke Aquadrome. 01/05/02 to Present. Swimming taught to children from age three to adults. Levels were taught from beginners to County level Swimmers.

Responsibilities included acting as a Lead Teacher to ensure the high quality teaching at the club and also to mentor other teachers. Swimming Co-ordinator roles were also a responsibility undertook when current Swim Co-ordinator was on annual leave.

Professional development

May 2011 Child Protection

April 2011 How to use data to aid teaching

March 2011 How to include SEN pupils

February 2011 How to include EAL pupils

January 2011 How to include Gifted and Talented pupils

December 2010 How to use ICT to aid learning

November 2010 Differentiation in teaching

October 2010 AFL in teaching

September 2010 How to teach A level PE, BTEC PE, GCSE PE.

Awards and certificates

Teachers’ Award Teaching Gymnastics

YMCA Level 2 Fitness Instructor

Level 2 Swimming Teacher

Level 1 FA Football Coach

NPLQ Lifeguard Qualification

UKCC Level 1 Cricket

UKCC Level 1 Rugby

UKCC Level 1 Basketball

UKCC Level 1 Hockey


  • I have been a keen swimmer since a small child and still have an active role within a club I have been a part of for the last fifteen years with responsibilities ranging from coaching to volunteering in local galas.
  • I have also continued to play football, taken up coaching opportunities in rugby, cricket and have also taken up boxing since leaving University.  
  • I am an enthusiast for being active and regularly keep fit by going to the gym, running and cycling.
  • My love of being active has also led me to visiting the Lake District and north Wales on adventure expeditions.
  • I also enjoy trying out new activities and have recently been attending a local Gymnastics club which has greatly improved my subject knowledge.