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Music Teacher
  • Employer: London Borough Of Waltham Forest
  • Reference: SCH/19/104214
  • Published: Tue 16/07/2019, 16:40 PM
  • Closing on: Tue 03/09/2019, 12:00 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 32.5 hours per week
  • Salary: £27,594 - £43,347
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Highams Park School, 34 Handsworth Avenue, Highams Park, London, Waltham Forest

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Music Teacher

Music Teacher

From September 2019 or January 2020

Salary: MPS/UPS (currently £27,594 - £43,347) 

We have an opportunity for a suitably qualified, enthusiastic and innovative teacher to join our forward thinking and successful music department.  The ideal candidate will be expected to teach music across key stages 3, 4 and 5 and be committed to raising the achievement of all students.  We expect a strong commitment to the running of extra-curricular activities and whole school productions.  The post would suit an ambitious teacher and someone who has had an experience of teaching or would like to teach A level music.  We have excellent training and career progression opportunities for NQTs and more experienced teachers. 

Highams Park School is a very successful co-educational 11-18 mixed Academy converter comprehensive school. There is a strong culture of traditional values like school uniform and good behaviour coupled with an emphasis on high quality, forward thinking teaching and learning. 

Please email the school on scroft@highamsparkschool.co.uk HR Manager, or go to our website to find out more. Please complete our application form (download from website) and return by midday Tuesday 3 September 2019. 

Early applications will be considered on receipt and interviews scheduled accordingly

Safeguarding children

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