Reference Number: MUSIC12303
Region: Greater London, Finchley
Salary: 27819 - 37862 per Annum
Position: Teaching Jobs
Are you looking to secure a Music Teacher post at an Ofsted rated "Good" secondary school in West London for September 2016?
This secondary school for pupils aged 11-18 are looking to appoint a Music Teacher to a permanent post due to commence in time for the new academic year. This post would be suitable for those currently undergoing teacher training who will be NQT's for September or experienced teachers looking for a new challenge.
Could be the Music Teacher post you have been looking for?
***Ofsted rated "Good" School
***Willesden, West London
Located in Willesden in West London this secondary school for pupils aged 11-18 are looking to appoint a Music Teacher to a permanent post for September 2016. The position is that of a permanent teacher of Music requiring the successful applicant to teach KS3,4 and KS5 Music.
The school have recently been through a rapid period of improvement, achieving a "Good" Ofsted report with "Outstanding" features in 2015, 2 years after being graded as "Requires Improvement." The Head Teachers vision has created an innovative and imaginative school where pupils are very successfully prepared for their future. This vision is shared by senior leaders, governors and staff.
Teaching at the school is good and improvements made are gathering momentum to help continue to drive of improvement in the school. The new head has overseen the schools improved GCSE and A-Level results and standards since his appointment last year and the school are keen to see these improvements continue. As such they are looking to appoint a passionate and dedicated Music Teacher who will embrace the schools vision and support the school and the performing arts department in their drive to continue to improve.
This school is slightly larger than the average secondary school with over 1200 pupils most of whom come from a White British heritage. The proportion of pupils who speak English as an additional language is well below the national average, though those pupils supported by the pupil premium is just above the national average. The proportion of pupils at the school who receive support for disabilities and special educational needs is well above the national average.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a school that is very much on an upward curve. To apply for this position please e-mail a copy of your CV to Chris Ward at Monarch Education at your earliest convenience.