Sport in Schools Crucial to 2012 Legacy
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Sport in Schools Crucial to 2012 Legacy PR Newswire STANSTEAD ABBOTS, England, December 20, 2012 STANSTEAD ABBOTS, England, December 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- 2012 has been an especially good year for British

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Sport in Schools Crucial to 2012 Legacy
PR Newswire STANSTEAD ABBOTS, England, December 20, 2012
STANSTEAD ABBOTS, England,December 20, 2012/PRNewswire/ --
2012 has been an especially good year for British sport, something which has been particularly evident recently following the announcement of so many great candidates for the BBC Sports Personality of the year prize. However,PE Teacher Jobs specialists, PE Recruitmentare one of a number of companies and individuals keen to see the legacy of 2012 enhance the fortunes of British sport even further.
PE Recruitment specialises in matching PE teachers with suitable vacancies in PE departments in schools and colleges. The company is fully behind the recent move by Lord Coe to make sure that the Olympic successes of 2012 by the British team encourage a new generation of leading sports men and women.
Among the steps Lord Coe has suggested is a bonus scheme for PE teachers in order to give professionals greater incentive to get involved in extracurricular activities and to go the extra mile when it comes to encouraging children of all ages to develop in the world of sport.
The success of the British team at the Olympics this year, as well as high profile successes in golf, tennis, football and cycling outside the Olympics, has led to increased interest in sport and schools are being urged to take advantage of this increasingly wide and varied sporting climate.
The team at PE Recruitment are encouraging those with professional qualifications in PE to come to them for advice and to take advantage of their unique expertise when it comes to finding the right PE jobs for the right people.
It is expected that increased interest in sport will lead to a more proactive approach to sport at ground level and in the field of education, which is good news for PE teachers looking for new opportunities and those currently training towards a career in PE.
For more information about opportunities in PE, internet users can visit the PE Recruitment website at http://www.perecruitment.co.uk.
Contact:
Jon Pettit +44(0)8456-448829 jp@perecruitment.co.uk