Providing our young people with the skills, confidence and opportunities to take part in high-quality physical activity and sport remains key to developing a sporting habit for life amongst future generations.
The Oxfordshire Sainsbury's School Games offers every school-age child in Oxfordshire the opportunity to take part in high quality competition, whether within their school, cluster, district or county.
With a key focus on providing fun, engaging activities for 11-25 year olds, Sportivate and Satellite Clubs offers funding to those looking to deliver physical activity and sport to this age range.
Thu, 02 Mar 2017
NCS Oxfordshire are currently recruiting for Team Leaders and Support Workers to work on our exciting 2017 Summer programme.
Successful applicants will be invited to attend a non-competitive assessment day starting from April which will include a few structured activities.
All staff will attend training in June before starting on the programme. All questions should be directed to the email@example.com inbox.
Team Leader - £2,242.35 + Programme Completion Payment (£300)
Team Leaders are directly responsible for leading, inspiring and developing a team of 15-17 year olds during their NCS programme. Reporting to the NCS Programme Leader, you will mentor the young people throughout their NCS journey. This role is suitable for a dynamic and confident person with experience of leading groups of young people, who is able to motivate them and command their respect.
Support Worker - £1,980.00 + Programme Completion Payment (£300)
Support Workers support young people in their teams during the NCS programme. This role is ideal for a compassionate and confident person who is passionate about ensuring young people are able to access the NCS programme. The Support Worker will be able to motivate and gain the respect of young people. In some cases the Support Worker will take overall responsibility for the safety and wellbeing of an assigned young person.
Thu, 27 Oct 2016
Three of Oxford kayaking schools have been invited by Falcon Rowing and Canoe Club to compete in this new event under the revised name of Pursuit Racing. K4 (four seater kayaks) pursuit racing enables boats to race on narrow rivers or canals by starting at intervals and seeking to overtake those in front at the start before reaching the finishing line and being declared Head of the River - as in rowing.
The three schools invited to train for this new, to the UK, event were Cherwell, Cheney and St Gregory the Great. Cherwell and Cheney fielded competitors and Cherwell won the race becoming the first winners of what organiser retiring chair of Falcon Rowing and Canoe Club, Peter Travis, states will become an annual event.
Peter Travis adds that racing in kayaks get kids fitter and safer on water and about local rivers. Falcon has a programme to get children rowing and kayaking starting with children moving into secondary schools and can take young people right though to British Olympic development squads. Travis added this new event will attract even more local children to this form of boating and will grow as an important new Oxford Event. He thanked Oxford City Council and Sport England for their help in funding the race. And the many adult helpers parents teachers and Falcon members who administered it and cheered loudly from the bank.
Fri, 19 Aug 2016
Kingham Hill School is a small independent boarding School, with a distinctive Christian ethos, set in the heart of the glorious Cotswold countryside.
We now need the following Sports Coaches:
Kingham Hill School are looking for swimming coaches who are enthusiastic and motivated to work with us in our new focus to increase the provision and standard of swimming here at Kingham.
We are looking for a qualified swimming coach able to deliver high quality small group lessons (Max of 7 pupils) to secondary school aged pupils. Pupils will be grouped by ability to aid teaching.
Our focus is to provide a constructive and motivational environment for our pupils to thrive in, that will enable our pupils to progress and achieve in this important sport. As a school we maintain high standards and expectations for staff and pupils alike and a high level of professionalism is vital for this position.
Available hours are:
Monday's 11:45-1pm Senior pupils (Years 11-13)
Tuesday's 3:30-4:40pm Senior pupils (Years 9-13)
Wednesday's 2-3:10pm or 3:30pm-4:40pm Senior pupils (Years 11-13)
Thursday's 3:30-4:40pm – Junior Pupils (Years 7&8)
Friday's 11:45-1pm Senior pupils (Years 11-13)
Lessons are small group lessons of no more than 7 pupils, lasting 50minutes teaching time. Group abilities range from beginner groups to more competent swimmers.
To commence September 2016
For further information please contact:
Rebecca Lund, Head of PE
Kingham Hill School, Kingham, Chipping Norton
OX7 6TH Tel: 01608 658999
Applicants will be subject to screening, reference checks and DBS clearance
Charity No. 1076618
Kingham Hill School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service