Teacher of Music 06

Castles Education
10 Feb 2018
15 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Our client has a firm commitment to achieving their goal of becoming an outstanding Academy at the heart of the community. Their Mission is that all students, no matter what their background or circumstance, gain the skills, knowledge, experience and qualifications they need to lead happy and successful lives and to contribute positively to society.

At the heart of their mission lies our Vision of “A School, A Family, A Community”. Their TOGETHER Values of Trust, Openness, Generosity, Equality, Tolerance, Humility, Emotional Intelligence, and Resilience underpin this philosophy and contribute to a cohesive and happy Academy community.

An exciting opportunity has become available for a Teacher of Music, Part time (0.6) at the Academy. As an Academy, they are on an exciting journey towards our ambition of becoming ‘Outstanding’ and wish to welcome an inspiring and driven colleague who will share this goal.

Improvements and developments within Music will be an integral part of this journey through securing outstanding provision for students within and beyond the curriculum.

Core Purpose:

To teach Music across the age and ability range.

To enable all students to access the whole curriculum and ensure personalised provision to enable all students to make good or better progress.

To ensure the highest quality of teaching and learning on a lesson by lesson basis.

To ensure students make good to outstanding progress in this subject.

To contribute towards the mission and vision of the Academy and to uphold the Academy values of TOGETHER.

The successful candidate will be expected to work across the age and ability range and will be accountable for developing and enhancing the quality of learning and teaching in Music.

You will be:

An excellent classroom practitioner with a proven track record of inspiring and motivating students.

Committed to working closely with the Music team to raise student achievement.

Able to plan for success and evaluate progress and outcomes of students.

Committed to working closely with the Music team to raise student achievement.

Committed to your own professional development and that of others.
Passionate about child-centred educational principles and ensuring all student fulfil tier potential.

You can expect:

Opportunities for high quality professional development and career progression.

A vibrant and dynamic student body which deserves the very best in teaching and support.

To be part of a team who is fully committed to achieving our vision of “A School, A Family, A Community.”

We are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, younger learners and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment. All positions will be subject to enhanced DBS checks, satisfactory references and will be exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974

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