The St Marylebone CE School welcomes applications from people of all backgrounds, races, cultures, faiths and genders. The School actively promotes diversity and inclusion across its community and our students come from a wide range of backgrounds: 40% of our students speak English as an additional language; 59% of our students come from backgrounds other than white British.
You will join a friendly and supportive team of 16 peripatetic teachers and be welcomed into the Music Department. Our teachers are highly regarded in the music world and perform regularly alongside their teaching.
About the role
The role will involve teaching students one-on-one in a range of styles. Experience of providing piano tuition and an ability to teach to Grade 8 and above is expected, as is experience of preparing students for their ABRSM exams, as well as GCSE and A Level performances.
- Previous piano tuition experience required
- The ability to teach to Grade 8 piano and above
- Friendly and enthusiastic
- Has a passion for piano
- Experience preparing students for ABRSM exams
- Able to provide a reliable, consistent service (regularity of teaching days)
- Performance experience
- Music graduate or well-qualified in Music education/performance
- Excellent planning skills
- Ability to inspire and motivate students
- Excellent communication skills
- Flexibility and adaptability
Initially 6 hours teaching per week but with the opportunity to expand depending on student demand. The ideal candidate would be able to offer regularity of service and provide 30 lessons throughout the year, split across 3 terms as set by the School on a regular set day each week between 8am and 3:30pm. Although we require the teaching day to be set, some flexibility can be offered occasionally. Hourly rate: £35 per hour, paid by the School monthly.
About the School
Founded in 1791, The St Marylebone CE School is an outstanding comprehensive school for girls with a mixed sixth form, serving students of all faiths or no faith. St Marylebone takes pride in being a brilliant place to work and learn: rated consistently ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted and SIAMS, the School is one of the best-performing state schools nationally. We value highly the role of the arts and creativity in education, across the curriculum. We lead the regional Maths Hub, the Creativity Collaborative for London and St Marylebone Outreach, through which we collaborate with other schools to develop the best in teaching and learning.
How to apply
Closing date: 9am, Thursday 22nd February
Interview date: Thursday 29th February. A lesson observation will be part of the interview process.
To apply, complete the My New Term Application Form using the Supporting Statement section of the form to detail your suitability for the role, your motivation for making an application and how your knowledge, experience and training meet the person specification.
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The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children & vulnerable adults and it is our expectation that all staff and volunteers share this commitment. Any offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
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