The Hammond is the North West’s leading provider of performing arts education and the UK’s oldest vocational dance school.
The Hammond has experienced significant growth over the past few years, leading to the creation of a Teacher of Performing Arts role designed to ensure the school and students thrive and continue to take their place as leaders in the performing arts industry. This is an exciting time to join The Hammond as it further develops the plethora of courses offered to students from GCSE and A Level studies, expert training as part of the Trinity Diploma, specialised Theatre Arts training, to the rigour of our Musical Theatre Performance degree in collaboration with the University of Chester.
JOB ROLE: TEACHER OF PERFORMING ARTS
ACOUNTABILITY TO: The Director of Theatre Arts, Leader of Drama and VP (Director of Teaching & Learning)
The appointee will be a dynamic and inspirational Drama Teacher who is able to engage students in a love of learning. The post would suit both newly qualified teachers and those looking to consolidate teaching experience and who want to work in a vibrant engaging and creative environment. The post holder should be a passionate practitioner who can facilitate outstanding learning at Key Stage 3, 4, and 5. This role will also include an element of vocational acting training across all 3 key stages on our Theatre Arts Course. This role is for a versatile Drama practitioner.
RESPONSIBILITIES SPECIFIC TO THE ROLE
- Teaching of KS3 Drama
- Teaching of KS4 (GCSE Drama)
- Teaching of KS4 (BTEC Level 2 Acting)
- Teaching of A Level Theatre Studies
Theatre Arts Curriculum
- KS3 vocational Performing Arts Training
- KS4 vocational Performing Arts Training (RSL Level 2)
- KS5 Vocational Performing Arts Training (RSL Level 3)
Start Date: September 2021
Please review the attached Job Description and Information Pack for full details of the job role, terms of service and person specification.
If you have any other questions please do email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
To apply please do complete a Hammond Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form as attached and return to email@example.com by Wednesday 21st April 2021.
Cheshire West and Chester
- Mainstream school with independent funding
- All-through with sixth form
- Students of mixed gender, age 5 - 19 years
The Hammond School is a school with a difference. It gives young people with a variety of talents and interests a chance to develop a freedom of expression, self discipline and a life-long love of learning.
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