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Music Teacher

Teaching Personnel

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Permanent | Full Time



Role: Music Teacher
Area: Devizes, Wiltshire
Contract: Fulltime, Permanent
Stat: September 2024
Salary: MPS/UPS, Dependent on experience with potential TLR

Ofsted: GOOD
Gender: Mixed
Sixth Form: Included

A highly reputable secondary school in the charming market town of Devizes, Wiltshire, is seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated Teacher of Music to join their dynamic team on a permanent basis starting in September 2024.

This large educational institution is known for its commitment to excellence, community involvement, and fostering a supportive environment for both staff and students.

*Competitive salary and benefits package.
*Opportunities for professional development and career advancement.
*A supportive and collegial work environment.
*Modern teaching facilities and resources.

Key Responsibilities:
*Plan, prepare, and deliver inspiring music lessons aligned with the national curriculum.
*Encourage students' musical development at all levels of ability.
*Direct and support school musical groups and prepare them for concerts and other performances.
*Assess and record students' progress and provide feedback to promote their educational and personal development.
*Collaborate with colleagues to enhance the delivery of the music curriculum and extracurricular activities.
*Participate in departmental meetings, parent-teacher meetings, and whole-school training events.
*Contribute to the school’s ethos, promoting a passion for music and the arts within the school community.

Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in the UK.
A degree in Music or a related field.
Proven experience in teaching music at secondary school level.
Excellent piano and/or other instrumental skills; ability to accompany students and ensembles.
Strong understanding of current educational practices and methodologies in teaching music.
Experience in directing school choirs, bands, or other musical ensembles.
Excellent organizational and communicative abilities.
A commitment to continuous professional development.

For immediate consideration, please apply directly to this advert with an up-to-date copy of your CV, highlighting your relevant work experience, contact details and a covering letter indicating why you should be considered along with your availability to interview.

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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