This is one of the most exciting and rewarding opportunities in Music Education. We are looking for a well-qualified and dynamic teacher to work in our Music department which attracts very talented and enthusiastic students. Qualifications currently (but not exclusively) taught include the UAL Level 3 Diplomas in Music Performance and Production, the RSL Level 2 Certificate for Music Practitioners, RSL Production, RSL Popular Music Theory and the WJEC Eduqas GCSE in Music.
Every year, students are offered multiple performance opportunities which may include the School’s onsite theatre as well as a range of external venues. Our close relationship with The BRIT Trust and the support of the School's governors often results in music students being invited to perform at a range of prestigious events and venues each year. The Music Department benefits from outstanding facilities including professionally equipped rehearsal rooms, digital recording studios, Apple Mac suites and more. All of this practical experience is ably supported by a strong theoretical and analytical course that prepares students for the world of work or for further music study.
Candidates must be enthusiastic and self-motivated, and will be able to contribute to the continued development of this unique and forward thinking department. They must be confident working with a diverse range of students in both a classroom and performance context.
The Brit School runs a 5 Term academic year with some school holidays falling at different times to the usual Local Authority school breaks. Please see our web site for further details of our term dates.
The BRIT School is a unique institution offering specialist education in the arts and related technologies, alongside the full range of National Curriculum subjects. It is sponsored by the British Record Industry and has a unique relationship with the performing arts industries
Prior to taking up the post an enhanced DBS clearance will be required
BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology
- Mainstream school with state - city technology colleges (ctcs) funding
- Secondary with sixth form
- Students of mixed gender, age 14 - 19 years
The BRIT School is Britain's only FREE Performing Arts and Technology School. It is an independent, state funded school, the only one of its kind dedicated to education and vocational training for the performing arts, media, art and design and ...