Haddonfield Friends School is seeking a full-time Physical Education teacher to begin September 1, 2021. Responsibilities include teaching Physical Education to students aged 2 through 8th grade. The qualified teacher will have an understanding of and strong affinity for Quaker philosophy and values, and will work collaboratively with colleagues across curriculum.
Strong candidates will bring:
3-5 years teaching experience teaching Physical and Health education
Genuine understanding of child and adolescent development and respectful behavior management
Rich repertoire of teaching strategies to address a variety of learning styles, abilities, and needs
Strong communication skills
Strong technology skills and experience with technology integration in the classroom
Commitment to continuous professional learning, including understanding and application of current research
Able to meet varied demands with integrity, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, and humor
Ability to “Teach to the Whole Child” including enthusiasm for project-based learning, field trip planning, and service integration
Willingness to coach and provide rich extracurricular activities
Openness to collaboration and planning with colleagues and faculty across grade levels
Experience developing curriculum a plus
Applicants should supply the following:
A cover letter to Matthew Sharp, Head of School; resume/curriculum vitae; statement of educational philosophy; teaching certificate; and list of 3 references or three letters of recommendation, to:
email@example.com (Include ‘Physical Education Teacher’ in the subject line.)
About Haddonfield Friends School
Haddonfield Friends School is an independent Quaker school educating students from age two through eighth grade.Conveniently located close to the PATCO Hi-Speed Line train, we are an easy commute for families across South Jersey and Philadelphia. Accredited by the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools.
Our Mission: Haddonfield Friends School prepares joyful and inquisitive young minds to carry the light of confidence, critical thinking, creativity, and stewardship in a diverse community of learners.