Physical Education Teachers earn an average salary of £28,515 or £9.00 per hour, with up to £1,000 in bonus.
Pay by Experience Level for Physical Education Teachers
The entry-level, years of experience and the average salary for Physical Education Teachers are as follow:
Early-career Physical Education Teachers with 1-4 years of experience can expect to earn £26,281.
Mid-career Physical Education Teachers with 5-9 years of experience will pocket £34,523.
Experienced Physical Education Teachers with 10-19 years of experience will make £30,410.
Late career Physical Education Teachers with more than twenty years’ experience can look forward to a total average of £37,771 compensation.
Essential Skills for Physical Education Teachers
Leadership, Professional Coaching, Childhood Education, Health Education, and Health and Wellness are some of the most popular skills for Physical Education Teachers.
How Become a Physical Education Teacher?
To become a Phys Ed Teacher in the United Kingdom, you should have at least an Associate Degree from an appropriate level of study or in a subject within their desired discipline; a bachelor’s degree is required if intending to pursue a career in Physical Education as an experienced teacher.
What Do Physical Education Teachers Do?
Physical Education Teachers provide the core curriculum of at school age through this means; to learn the most basic of subjects. They provide physical activity and develop children in physical fitness skills through a physical curriculum to keep them fit for the school.
Primary and Secondary standards, PE teaching, tennis coaching, health, and wellbeing are some of the core areas that physical education in primary and secondary schools.