Starting Salary is Unqualified/Instructor inner London payscale point 1-4 £22,237 – £28,405 dependent on any previous teaching experience
Scale range inner London scale point 1- 6, £22,237 -£32,515
1 year fixed contract with protentional for permanent depending on future funding
2 days a week, term time only, salary will be pro rata and annual increments dependant on performance
Required for: September 2020
Do you have a passion for Music?
Is your head full or script music and lyrics?
Do you want to make a real difference to young people with special needs?
Belvue School is a secondary special school for young people with moderate and severe learning difficulties. We are committed to providing an outstanding and inclusive education for the young people and have a positive and stimulating environment with a range of wonderful learning opportunities. We offer a very broad and yet personalised curriculum in order to meet the needs of each learner and allow them to achieve their potential. The school has exceptional outdoor and woodland learning spaces and strong community partnerships.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an individual to join our staff team in our music department. Your role will be to prepare and deliver exciting and engaging music lessons and to teach and promote singing, in order to develop confidence in communication and the development of language skills, confidence and self-esteem. It is therefore essential that you are educated to degree standard in subject area. It is desirable if you were able to play piano or guitar but we would consider other musical talents. You will work alongside highly experienced teachers from whom you will learn from and develop high quality teaching strategies that differentiate learning to meet a wide range of SEN needs in a creative and age appropriate
You must be passionate about working with young people with special needs and have high levels of energy and enthusiasm to inspire and motivate young people to learn and thrive. You must possess excellent communication and personal skills, and be able to build supportive and trusting relationships with pupils, families and colleagues.
In return, you will be joining a creative and professional staff team and you will find your role challenging, stimulating and rewarding. The school is committed to CPD which will ensure that you develop professionally. You will receive mentoring, professional support, effective feedback and opportunities for reflection.
Closing Date for applications: 10th June 2020 Midday
Interview Date: 24th June 2020
You can find out more about working at Belvue School on our website. This post is advertised on Ealing council website, however all applications must be uploaded via the E-Teach website. CV’s will not be accepted.
Belvue School is committed to upholding the highest possible safeguarding standards and follows safe recruitment practices to protect children and vulnerable adults. The Successful candidate will be required to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure & Barring Service.
Belvue School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.