Teacher of Music
We are looking for an enthusiastic Teacher of Music to join a thriving music department with a history of outstanding results. Over 400 students are actively involved in an extensive range of extra-curricular activities, concerts, performances and ensembles each year and approximately 100 students receive instrumental lessons from a team of eight peripatetic teachers.
The school is oversubscribed and enjoys a considerable reputation in the local area for its academic excellence and caring ethos. Ofsted identified “a culture of academic excellence” which is consistently reflected in the school’s GCSE results. Our students from the Class of 2022 achieved the best results the school has ever seen and we are looking to continue the trend of increasing success we have enjoyed over the past 5 years. Ofsted also described the way in which the school promotes students’ personal development and its work to support students as “outstanding”.
There is a strong culture of teaching and learning in the school and staff value highly the continuing professional development and research opportunities available. Ofsted praised the “good opportunities for staff to develop professionally” and commented that “staff are highly positive about the training they receive.” In addition, they reported that “newly qualified teachers speak effusively about the support they receive.”
There are varied opportunities for career progression for staff at all levels.
This role is required from September 2023 but with the possibility of starting earlier. This can be discussed further at interview.
Further details of this position can be found below, and an application form can be found to the right of this advert under Application Forms.
Closing date for applications is 10am, Monday 6 February 2023
We are unable to accept CVs
Please return a completed application form and a letter of application, addressed to Jon Hampson, Headteacher, Soham Village College, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary range: £28,000 - £43,685. Salary is dependent upon qualifications, skills and experience.
Staploe Education Trust and its schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all adults working within our Trust to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and medical checks. We will undertake online searches of all shortlisted candidates prior to interview.
Staploe Education Trust. Executive Headteacher Dr Carin Taylor
Schools in our Trust: Soham Village College; Kennett Primary School; The Shade Primary School; The Weatheralls Primary School