Teacher of Music (Full time or Part time)
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27 March 2023 at 9am
13 March 2023
- Key stage 3, Key stage 4, Key stage 5
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What skills and experience we're looking for
- Possess a good degree and QTS.
- Be an excellent teacher with the ability to inspire students to become effective, self directed learners.
- Have the skills and experience necessary to achieve outstanding examination results.
- Possess a thorough understanding of the requirements and opportunities of the secondary curriculum
- Have experience of teaching a range of year groups including examination classes.
- Show evidence of having developed the learning capacity of students.
- Be able to support and role model on delivery of school ethos and policies.
- Show evidence of continued professional development.
- Have relevant experience of working in comprehensive and multicultural environments.
- Know how to use, with guidance, statistical information to evaluate the effectiveness of their teaching and to monitor the progress of those that they teach.
- Be receptive and constructively critical of whole school innovation which will lead to benefits and improvements in teaching and learning.
- Demonstrate the ability to set up and operate effective self-evaluation systems.
- Have a commitment to extra-curricular activities and be able to follow procedural and safeguarding guidelines to ensure these run smoothly.
- Be able to relate to all students in a positive and constructive way and inspire them to achieve more than they think possible.
- Have qualities which earn the trust and respect of students, staff, parents and governors.
- Demonstrate the inspiration to motivate and the ability to build on the strengths and expertise of each staff member.
- Possess integrity, optimism, credibility, resilience, calmness and a sense of proportion.
- Have the ability to relate positively to parents and other stakeholders and engage them successfully in the life of the Academy.
- Be able to build constructive working relationships with local schools and colleges, employers and the local authority.
- Embody our vision and values every day work and practice, particularly those of justice, kindness and humility.
What the school offers its staff
All teachers joining Wren receive a high quality professional development experience. We hope that simply by working at the Academy, teachers will become better practitioners and that much of the best professional development will be found in working with Wren colleagues. However, we explicitly prioritise CPD with an innovative CPD programme which provides three hours of CPD per week. Within this structure is an increasing focus on engaging with the latest educational research, with many colleagues undertaking small scale research projects related to their practice. Therefore, we are looking to recruit teachers who are currently good or outstanding and who have the desire to develop further. We want to appoint colleagues who possess real curiosity about the ways in which children learn most effectively and who are always seeking to extend their practice into new areas and learning activities. It is important that Wren teachers are ambitious both for themselves and for their students. Many of our teachers have achieved career advancement within the Academy whilst others have moved on to promotion elsewhere.
At Wren you will be given time to plan and evaluate your lessons. You will be part of a learning dialogue with colleagues for which time is set aside. Most importantly of all, you will be working with young people who are talented and enthusiastic about their learning.
Other benefits of teaching at Wren:
Children of colleagues working at Wren for over two years are given priority for a place in Reception or Year 7
An exceptionally talented and mutually supportive staff team
Excellent professional development opportunities including support for programmes of further study and planned career development
Free refreshments and lunchtime allowance
A lower student contact ratio than the norm
Timetabled professional development time during the school day
Planning and evaluation time during the school day
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About Wren Academy Finchley
- School type
- Academy, Church of England, ages 4 to 18
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- School size
- 1643 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 4 to 18
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Wren Academy Finchley is located in the London Borough of Barnet. It is the founder of the Wren Academies Trust, a MAT which is sponsored by the Church of England and Berkhamsted School. The Academy has developed a strong reputation for outstanding teaching and learning, as demonstrated by our Progress 8 figure, which places us in the top 65 schools nationally. We are an all-through school with a thriving sixth form and a primary phase which opened in September 2015. The engaging curriculum and state of the art buildings have contributed to the Academy’s notable success. There is also a strong focus on student well-being so that every individual is happy and secure to learn and thrive within a caring community. Wren is a MAT and plans are well advanced to create a new school in a neighbouring borough which will provide exciting professional development opportunities for all staff.
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