Music Teacher

Waltham Forest, London
LKL13112020_1605284902
Date Posted:13 Nov 2020
  1. Music
Competitive
  1. Long-term

Music Teacher

Waltham Forest, London
Tradewind are recruiting! Are you looking for your next role teaching Music a good school based in Waltham Forest?

If you teach Music to Key stage 3 & 4 with excellent subject knowledge, then Tradewind Recruitment want to hear from you today! This would be a full-time vacancy from January 2021.

This school is an 11-16 community school in Walthamstow, Waltham Forest. They are a non-selective school for the local community. Inclusivity is at the heart of our ethos, and every pupil is known for who they are and the richness of their character. The aim of the creative department is to develop each Pupils' ability, skills and qualities that can be used in all aspects of their learning. Allowing the experience to enable expression and creativity which will benefit other subjects and help pupils to develop key skills; such as cognitive development, critical thinking, problem solving, communication, team building, taking responsibility, perseverance as well as appreciation of different cultures and styles.

They are looking for a someone to teach both Key Stage 3 & 4 Music following the Music in Secondary Schools Trust curriculum. Pupils follow the AQA GCSE Music units. Pupils are also expected to undertake ABRSM Instrument Grade Exams, at least one per year as well as an ABRSM Theory Exam but the end of year 9. Units include Performance, Composition, Theory, Listening and Analysis and learning about the Music Industry. All pupils have access to instruments, and all have AQA GCSE Music resources Music Dictionary.

If this sounds like a role you would be interested in applying for or find out about other similar teaching opportunities contact Leanne.king@twrecruitment.com, Business Manager, directly for further information.

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