Music Technology Teacher required for a large Secondary School in West London to teach Key Stage 3 - 5.
The school is based in a leafy and friendly area in West London and was rated as "good" by OFSTED in its most recent inspection. This large Secondary School prides itself on an excellent all round education that its students leave with, many of whom go on to University and skilled vocational employment. They have strong relationships with the local community and parents/carers of the student body.
The expectations of their students and ethos remain consistent, striving for excellence in everything they do. This ambition guides students and staff alike. Their vision is to achieve individual excellence in a caring community is evident and they want all of their students to fulfil their potential and leave school successfully prepared for their next steps. They have developed a series of clear and consistent practices about how they teach and the qualities that they wish to develop in their learners as the firm belief is that they are at the heart of the Schools success.
- "Good" OFSTED report.
- Music Technology Teacher
- 68% A* - C at A Level
- 28% of learners at GCSE achieved grades 9 -7 (including A* and A) for all subjects
- Fantastic facilities, purpose built music suites
- Strong and established Music department
- Friendly staff and good working environment
- Salary £29,915 - £41,136
Applications are welcome from Music Technology teachers at any stage in their career including NQT's. Music Technology is a must as they teach the new curriculum but applicants should have UK QTS or an overseas formal secondary school teaching qualification recognised in the UK. Ideally you will have experience of working in a mixed ability secondary comprehensive school and can demonstrate the ability to differentiate lessons accordingly. The School are happy to accept applications from anyone who has recent, relevant experience of the Music Technology curriculum.
THE ROLE, MUSIC TECHNOLOGY TEACHER
This is a permanent vacancy for a Music Technology Teacher starting in September on a full time basis working with a good sized music department who range in experience. Resources are well planned and shared throughout the team and a collaborative working environment which fosters success is evident. The department is supported by a well qualified technician. You will be teaching Key Stages 3 - 5 and educating mixed ability students who display a willingness to learn and a passion for music.
The School is extremely well equipped having benefited from £10 million of refurbishment and development in recent years, they have a superb set up within the music department.
As a member of staff you will experience a collaborative professional community, with quality development opportunities to inspire our students. Staff well being is of high importance and staff will be trusted and valued. They constantly push so that the School is a great place where everyone works together on a daily basis to be their best.
A talented Music Technology Teacher who is keen to blend the old curriculum with the new is highly desirable.
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