Visiting Music Teacher (Guitar)

Cambridgeshire

Laxton Junior School

Job summary

Recruiter:
Laxton Junior School
Salary:
£36.82 per hour, including payment for entitlement to holiday pay
Posted:
26/11/2019
Job Role:
Instrumental or vocal teaching
Sector:
Education
Contract Type:
Contract
Hours:
Part Time
Expiry Date:
06/12/2019

About the job

Laxton Junior School is a thriving, independent, co-educational day school, with 260 children aged 4 to 11, situated in the beautiful market town of Oundle.  Music is much valued here, and musical talent is nurtured through music assemblies, performance opportunities, choirs, ensembles and more. The majority of pupils in the Junior years take individual music lessons with an extensive team of visiting music teachers, delivering approximately 220 every week on any instrument the child wishes to learn. Theory and aural is also taught.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Visiting Music Teacher to deliver guitar lessons across the full 4 to 11 age range.  There is also an expectation that you might also teach some lessons at Oundle School, the senior school. The number of hours will vary according to the number of students wishing to learn the guitar but it is currently in the region of 5 to 6 hours per week. 

To be successful, you will need to have a performance diploma or music degree, be willing to engage in ongoing professional development, and have experience of teaching music to children. 

If you are passionate about music and fostering a love of music in children, complete an application form and you will hear back from us soon after the closing date. 

 

Closing date: Friday 6 December (8.30am)

Interview date: Wednesday 11 December (morning)

 

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service. 

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