We are looking for a Guitar Tutor to teach half a day per week at Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy in Eltham. The age range of the students is 11-18. The position would involve teaching students taking their Music GCSE and assisting them with their coursework, as well as teaching students who are paying for lessons. Instrumental lessons have a duration of 25 minutes per pupil, per week. Candidates would be required to run a weekly ensemble at lunch time. Knowledge of Logic would be beneficial. We hold a Christmas Cabaret each December, and tutors are expected to attend the show as well as the rehearsals. This is a great opportunity for a musician to be part of our highly successful academy! We can be flexible when determining which day per week the tutor will work with us as we appreciate our successful candidate is likely to have other commitments.
Working at Stationers' Crown Woods Academy: The Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy joined our Trust in 2014. The campus incorporates nine buildings which include four home schools each serving 450 pupils and students, a Design, Technology and Creative and Performing Arts School, a Sport & Community Education Centre and an Inclusions Hub. Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy is delighted to be part of the Leigh Academies Trust who, with the Stationers’ Company and Ravensbourne, will enable the new Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy to enhance our provision and develop a Digital Curriculum fit for the future.
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