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Teacher of Music and Music Technology

Clifton High SchoolBristol, City of

Required from September 2021 

Part time (approximately 0.5 FTE) 


Clifton High School is an academically selective, co-educational, independent day school for 590 pupils aged 3-18 years. Situated on a beautiful Bristol site, our educational offering is underpinned by a strong pastoral and family ethos. We value individuality and positively celebrate diversity and inclusion in every area of the school. 

We are seeking to appoint a well-qualified and enthusiastic musician to work within our vibrant and highly dedicated department. Music is taught throughout the Senior School and at both GCSE and A level. From our Nursery School, music plays a central role in the classroom and is integrated in the life of the School. The department prides itself on its annual performances for our wider community at a variety of established venues.  

We would like to hear from experienced practitioners capable of teaching Music and Music Technology to A level. An established background in supporting musical composition would be an advantage. The successful candidate will demonstrate academic excellence and will be an accomplished musician with the ability to lead orchestras, choirs and a diverse range of music ensembles. Having experience of teaching Junior School pupils would be desirable. 

A commitment to the wider education of pupils through extra-curricular activities is an expectation.  The successful candidate will enjoy contributing to an excellent working environment for pupils, staff, parents and the wider school community. 


Further details can be found at www.cliftonhigh.co.uk. Completed application forms should be accompanied by a covering letter of application to the Head of School, Mr Matthew Bennett and emailed to recruitment@cliftonhigh.co.uk 


Closing date for applications: 9am Friday 21st May 2021 

Interviews will be held week commencing 24th May 2021 


 Clifton High School is committed to safeguarding children and young people and expects all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

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