Are you a passionate Music teacher? Do you love teaching music and would love the opportunity to teach music
all day, every day? Are you a secondary Music Teacher wanting a new challenge? Greet is on a fast-paced journey
to excellence and we are looking for a permanent (full-time) music teacher to join us. We are a four-form entry
school in the heart of Sparkhill.
This is an exciting time to join Greet – we have developed an
exciting whole school curriculum and are developing innovative teaching and learning practices. We put our
energies into the highest levels of professional development and support our staff to be the best.
As a Music teacher you will be teaching in KS1 / KS2 as part of a team of PPA teachers to release class
teachers for planning, preparation and assessment. The team will include other specialist teachers. We have a
Music curriculum but would welcome a teacher who would be willing to develop this further using their expertise.
Successful applicants will join our dedicated, hardworking and welcoming team to ensure that ‘there are no limits’
to what the children can achieve.
We are looking for:
• Teachers with strong subject, curriculum and pedagogical knowledge in teaching music.
• Someone who can build trusting, strong and positive relationships with pupils, with an understanding of
children’s emotional wellbeing.
• A committed team player with excellent organisational skills.
• Someone who is committed to Greet, and demonstrates our values of Achieving Excellence, Social
Intelligence and Ethical Lives.
You will have:
• A degree-level qualification and Qualified Teacher Status.
• Experience of teaching Music.
• High levels of professionalism.
• A desire to continue to develop professionally, undertaking reading and research to inform practice.
• A degree in Music or the Arts would be desirable.
We will offer you:
• Dedicated minimum 10% PPA release time .
- ECT training and support through Ambition Institute, as applicable.
- High-quality CPD through weekly INSETs, coaching in the classroom and training days throughout the academic year
This might not be suitable for an Early Career Teachers (ECTs) as the role will involve working across KS1/KS2 however we would not wish to disadvantage any teacher and would welcome a conversation prior to application. We strongly believe that investment in the early years of a teacher's career is essential in setting them for future success.
Create Partnership Trust was formed in September 2016 by Greet Primary School and Conway Primary School. They were
joined in January 2017 by Hodge Hill Primary School and November 2018 by Brookfields Primary School. All are supported
by CREATE CENTRAL, a growing team of specialists building the MAT’s infrastructure.
The vision for Create Partnership Trust encompasses the growth of an inspirational family of schools, built on a peer support and
challenge model, so that barriers to optimum achievement are removed and where effective practice is systematically shared.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013
and 2020. Which means that when applying for certain jobs and activities certain spent convictions and cautions are
‘protected’, so they do not need to be disclosed to employers, and if they are disclosed, employers cannot take them into
account. Further information about filtering offences can be found in the DBS filtering guide.
This post is covered by part 7 of the immigration act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken english is an
essential requirement of this role.
Create Partnership Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and
expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful applicants.
CREATE PARTNERSHIP TRUST IS COMMITTED TO PROMOTING A DIVERSE AND INCLUSIVE WORKFORCE
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