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Community Arts Practice Teacher 0.6

BRIT School for Performing Arts and TechnologyCroydon

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Community Arts Practice department for a permanent teacher. The Community Arts Practice department is at the forefront of our pioneering approach to education. Students study an innovative curriculum combining an academic education with vocational training in creative and performing arts. Their achievements testify to our success, as do our alumni, many of whom have achieved great success across all areas of the industry. 

This course opens the door to a wide range of opportunities post BRIT, whether students are looking for a career in the arts, social or health care, media or event management, The Community Arts Practice course equips students with the professional skills to be able to thrive in any environment. 

Across the two year course we work with a range of community partners, from local grassroots organisations to those that work on a national/international scale. These projects are designed for student’s to create work for, with and in response to the community. As a result, student’s will develop a variety of skills including; facilitation and teaching, workshop design, event management, devising and performance.  

Our ambitious students are versatile and passionate, they are keen to innovate and push the boundaries. We recognise the importance of anticipating need, challenging standards and responding quickly to a rapidly evolving education and employment market. In return we offer an opportunity to work with students with extraordinary talents and colleagues who are tirelessly committed to our values and beliefs. Together, our aim is to give students the experience, skills and confidence to fulfil their dreams and aspirations. 

The vacancy would suit a teacher who wants to work in an exceptional, high achieving school that is holistic, celebrates difference and embraces diversity.  

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

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 website for further details of our term dates.

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