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Music Teacher - Northumberland

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Music Teacher - Newcastle upon Tyne

Music Teacher (KS3 and KS4) required for a secondary school in Northumberland

The School

A secondary school in Northumberland are seeking a Music Teacher to work full-time teaching KS3 and KS4. The school offers fantastic opportunities for progression and development through many CPD courses and departments full of supportive staff.

The school is constantly improving and it has done this by implementing an effective behaviour policy. The ideal candidate for this position will have strong behaviour management skills in order to implement this policy.

The Role

The school's successful Music Department is seeking an Music Teacher to work full-time. You will have outstanding qualifications, experience and be able to educate your students to a level where they are always improving. This role is perfect for an established Teacher, seeking a new challenge and work in an ideal teaching environment, with fantastic support and progression. The role is also suitable to an Music NQT who is seeking experience in a school offering fantastic progression.

Requirements

  • Possess a "child only" DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one (£44).
  • Ideally hold a UK recognised teaching qualification (QTS, PGCE etc.)
  • Ideally have a degree in Music or similar subject
  • Have experience teaching Music to a class of 30 at Key Stage 3 and 4.
  • Have a passion for teaching Music and the ability to educate and motivate pupils so that they achieve their full potential.

Apply

Teaching Personnel is the UK's leading provider of education staff. By registering with us you can expect excellent support and fantastic rates of pay. For immediate consideration, please send your CV through to Stuart in the Tyne and Wear Secondary Branch. Or for more information on the role or our company, feel free to get in touch - call 0191 2235071 or email. We are available at 7am-6pm

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