Music Teacher

Recruiter
Empowering Learning
Location
Selhurst
Salary
£30,000 - £39,999
Posted
20 Nov 2020
Closes
20 Dec 2020
Ref
1809859763
Category
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
Job Title: Music Teacher (0.6)

Salary: MPS - UPS (0.6)

Croydon

Job Start: January 2021

We are seeking to recruit a Music Teacher on behalf of a secondary school in Croydon. This is a good school and they are pushing to achieve outstanding in their next Ofsted inspection. Their most recent set of results put them in the top 10% of schools nationwide for pupil progress.

This is a part-time, permanent role and would be suitable for an experienced Music Teacher.

The school have a small but dedicated music department who are committed to enhancing the provision across the school. They also have an award winning choir and students are encouraged to take part in various performances during the year.

The successful candidate will be enthusiastic and ambitious and possess a dynamic teaching style that engages students. You will work with the other members of the department to maintain a focus on progress; teaching and learning; and raising achievement. The ability to play piano in order to accompany soloists and ensembles would be advantageous. It is also expected that you will enhance the extra-curricular activities offered.

Job Purpose:
  • Motivate, encourage and enthuse pupils in relation to Music and the Expressive Arts
  • To ensure high quality curriculum provision and effective teaching, which promotes learning
  • To carry out professional duties of a qualified teacher in accordance with current DfE Teachers Pay & Conditions Document


Specific Responsibilities:
  • Lesson planning and effective delivery to meet the needs of all learners
  • Assessment and recording of achievement
  • Monitoring of student progress and reporting to parents and other colleagues as appropriate.
  • Managing the classroom and resources effectively in order to create a safe, stimulating and positive learning environment for all students
  • To maintain positive discipline and promote the well-being and progress of students, providing guidance and advice
  • Monitoring patterns of attendance and punctuality
  • To engage fully with professional development activities
  • Developing positive relationships with colleagues, parents and students, maintaining effective lines of communication


The school will be interviewing candidates upon receipt of their CV, so early application for ths role is advised.

The school has a strong ethos of student welfare and therefore any successful applicant will undergo a full enhanced criminal record check (DBS). For more information please contact John Byrne at Empowering Learning Ltd. on 07934 299 452