Marshland High School part of West Norfolk Academies Trust
Teacher of Music – Part time 40% (possibility for a full time position if maths can be taught as a 2nd subject)
This is an exciting opportunity to join a Trust that works in a supportive partnership with Primary and Secondary schools with each school maintaining their unique identity and ethos.
We are seeking a creative, passionate and dynamic music teacher with a love of their subject and an ability to inspire students to study music. Our ideal candidate will not only be an excellent classroom practitioner but will also enthuse and support student involvement within a rich and exciting extra-curricular programme within the arts. You demonstrate you have the highest expectations of all students and can achieve exceptional outcomes within this outstanding department.
• To deliver the designated programme of teaching as presented in the published scheme of work.
• To use a variety of delivery methods to stimulate learning, appropriate to student abilities.
• To prepare and update subject materials.
• To ensure a high quality learning experience for students that meets internal and external quality standards.
• Within the guidance presented in the school Assessment Policy and using appropriate I.T. systems, to assess, record and report on the attendance, progress, development and attainment of students.
• To take part in Parent/Carer Information Evenings.
• Within the school’s marking and homework policy, to set and mark work appropriate to the needs of each student. To provide constructive feedback to facilitate progression.
• To undertake assessment of students as required by internal and external (e.g. examination boards) procedures.
• To apply the school’s Behaviour Policy to ensure that effective learning can take place. To maintain discipline and use appropriate rewards and sanctions in line with school policy.
• To ensure that Literacy, Numeracy and ICT opportunities are optimised within the context of the designated teaching programme.
• To optimise the use of classroom support staff.
The post holder will have a shared responsibility for the safeguarding of all children and young people. The post holder has an implicit duty to promote the welfare of all children and young people.
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. All staff will be subject to an enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check.
Salary range: MPS/UPS
Open to NQT's
Required September 2020
Closing date 10th February 2020
Interview Date w/c 24th February 2020
Please note that we reserve the right to shortlist for vacancies early if a suitable field is met prior to the closing date. Applicants are therefore encouraged to submit their application as soon as possible for consideration.