Lessons - £40.97 per hour, Ensembles - £43.02 per hour, Concerts - £32.79
Instrumental or vocal teaching
Self-employed casual contract
Location: Repton Prep
Responsible to: Director of Music
Salary: Lessons - £40.97 per hour
Ensembles - £43.02 per hour
Concerts - £32.79 per hour
Repton Prep are looking to appoint a talented and well-qualified applicant to be a Visiting Music Teacher.
The successful candidate will teach individual music lessons to pupils, as requested by the parents, and to prepare pupils, as appropriate, for performances. For a detailed description of duties, please view the job description.
The deadline for receipt of applications is Friday 1st March.
Should you wish to complete an offline application form, or should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact a member of the HR team via HR@repton.org.uk.
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About Repton School
Repton School, founded in 1557, is a leading co-educational School situated in the historic village of Repton. Five miles from Burton upon Trent and eight miles from Derby, Repton lies in the very centre of England. The School boasts a consistently fine academic record and is active and successful in a wide range of other activities. The School’s 600 plus pupils, both boys and girls, are predominantly boarders. Each belongs to one of the ten boarding houses. Repton prides itself on its long and close association with the village.
With the establishment of Repton Dubai in 2007, Repton was a pioneer among UK independent schools in establishing overseas ‘branches’. Repton International Schools Ltd has now established a family of six international schools (seven as of September), with four in the UAE, one in China, one in Malaysia and Repton Cairo opening in September. The School takes great pride in its international family and works closely with its overseas partners to ensure that each Repton International school fully reflects the ethos and values of the UK school.
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, therefore the following shall be deemed to be included, in addition to the duties that you may be required to perform:
Promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young persons for whom you are responsible and with whom you come into contact.
Under the Sexual Offences Act 2003 it is a criminal offence for a person over 18 (e.g. teacher, matron, sports coach) to have a sexual relationship with a child under 18 where that person is in a position of trust in respect of that child, even if the relationship is consensual. This applies where the child is in full-time education and the person works in the same establishment as the child, even if s/he does not teach the child. Moreover, whatever the age of the pupil, a sexual relationship between an employee and a pupil will be considered an abuse of a position of trust and gross misconduct, likely to result in dismissal.