TEACHER OF MUSIC
Charles Darwin School, Westerham, Kent
|Working pattern||Full-time only|
|Salary||£28354 - £44540|
This full time post is available from September 2020 and offers an exciting opportunity to join an already successful Faculty. The successful candidate will be required to teach across the ability range at KS3, KS4 and A Level for Music and Music Technology.
At Charles Darwin we are looking for a confident and enthusiastic teacher of Music, who is keen to adopt and implement the new innovative strategies now in place in the Music curriculum. You should be willing to work independently and alongside the current Faculty members to ensure the achievement of all taught students. You should also have a keen interest in the running and promoting of extra-curricular clubs and events within the busy Music department calendar.
Some of the many benefits staff enjoy are free parking, free tea/coffee at break, child-care vouchers, a cycle to work scheme and the opportunity to join outstanding residential trips such as trips to Iceland, Zanzibar and the annual ski-trip. We will be offering free staff lunches to NQTs for their first year.
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|School size||1282 pupils enrolled|
|Age range||11 to 18|
|Ofsted report||View Ofsted report|
|Website||Charles Darwin School website (opens in a new window)|
About Charles Darwin School
Charles Darwin School is a highly successful co-educational comprehensive school for students aged 11-18. It is one of two schools operated by Charles Darwin Academy Trust; the other school is Biggin Hill Primary School. We are a "good" school (Ofsted 2018) with an ethos that encourages academic rigour, high expectations and a well disciplined approach to learning. The school is set in the heart of the green belt, on the edge of Biggin Hill, yet within easy travelling distance to London and is surrounded by open spaces. The school has extensive sports and community facilities including a flood lit 3G pitch. The school also runs the Darwin Leisure Centre which is located on the school site. At the heart of the school are its distinctive ethos and a shared vision which are supported by the staff, students, parents and governors. This ethos and vision have helped to create a very strong caring and cohesive community based on the enduring values of high achievement, friendship, respect and compassion for others. The school enjoys a low staff turnover and is able to attract and retain well qualified and committed staff. There is an excellent programme of support for both new and experienced staff.
Jail Lane, Westerham, Kent, TN16 3AU