This job expired on 31 August 2021

  • Expected start date

    As soon as possible

  • Application deadline

    31 August 2021 at 10:00am

  • Date listed

    1 August 2021

Job details

Job role
Suitable for early career teachers
Dance, Drama, Music
Working pattern
Contract type
Ark Support Salary Scale Band 5, £22,800 – £26,298 pro rata (£19,380 - £22,353) 36 hours per week, term time only.

Job summary

Ark Greenwich Free School would like to appoint a proactive and highly organised performance artist in residence, who will work with our performing arts departments to support the fantastic work that goes on inside and outside of the classroom. We are proud to be at the cutting edge of international educational developments with a dedicated team of professional staff who are passionate about providing outstanding education and pastoral care for all students. You will play a key role in supporting Key Stage 4 music and drama scholars as they prepare for performances, devised pieces and compositions. Other responsibilities will include running extracurricular activities, supporting small groups of students and helping to bring music and drama into the heart of the school. Additionally, you may be required to provide support for concerts, performances and complete administrative tasks as required. This means that we are looking for a flexible and highly organised individual with a background in the performing arts and an interest in education. 

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School overview

School type
Free School, ages 11 to 18
Education phase
School size
596 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 18

About Ark Greenwich Free School

This is a rare and exciting opportunity to work at one of the highest performing schools in the country (Evening Standard). If you are committed to making a lasting difference to the school community and want to work in a seriously ambitious, respectful and high performing school, this is the job for you. AGFS is a new, ambitious school model based on what we know excellent schools do. We have created a highly respectful and disciplined environment where our staff and scholars can fulfil their potential. Our aim is to consistently be amongst the highest performing schools in the country.  Our 2020 Ofsted report said that, ‘this school could now be judged as Outstanding’. Joining the school team is a superb opportunity for an ambitious and motivated person who wants to make a lasting difference to the communities they serve. AGFS exists to empower young people, regardless of socio-economic background, to grow and be successful. This is a driven and forward-thinking school that encourages innovation and values its staff. We are proud of our courteous and purposeful community and of the outstanding academic outcomes achieved by our scholars. Expectations for all members of our community are unashamedly sky high. We work tirelessly to impact the lives of the young people we serve.  

School location

403 Shooters Hill Road, London, SE18 4LH

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