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Music Coordinator

Westbourne SchoolSheffield

Directorate: Children & Young People

Post Title: Music Coordinator for Junior School, 

Full time (or part time will also be considered)

Commence date: 25th April 2022

Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience 

Closing Date: Friday 14th January 2022

Post details:

Westbourne School is a co-educational independent school in Sheffield offering first class education to girls and boys from the age of 3 to 16. With our individualised learning, we offer every child the opportunity to excel and to be the best that they can be.  We promote the values of excellence, respect, resilience, inclusion and also encourage children to care for themselves, each other and their surroundings. 

Westbourne school prides itself on our musical achievements, we have a peripatetic team to teach our pupils different instruments and singing. Our pupils perform many concerts throughout the academic year, including a carol concert at a local church and the Cathedral, a gig night at the Leadmill, outdoor music for a summer’s evening and our annual prize giving at the Octagon which includes performances from our pupils. As the Music Coordinator you would have to liaise with the peripatetic team, assist the school choir through lunchtime and/or after school activities and be a part of our production team for whole school performances. An ability to play the piano in these events will be an advantage.

Westbourne has recently embarked on an ambitious building project of £3m which will see a new performing arts hall being ready for use by Sept 2022.  

Dynamic and inspirational teachers are invited to apply for the above position and a willingness to participate in curriculum leadership, extracurricular life and/or games will be an advantage.

To apply, download the Westbourne School application form and send it, together with a covering letter, by email to or by post to Westbourne School, 60 Westbourne Road, Sheffield S10 2QT

Please refer to the Class Teacher Job description when completing the application form and ensure you highlight which position you are applying for.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.  The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Interviews will take place during the week commencing Monday 24th January 2022

Contact details: Laura Brittle via email or telephone 0114 266 0374

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