Music Peripatetic Teacher – Singing
We require a Peripatetic Music Teacher to join our Music Department to provide high quality tuition in singing lessons to students. This is a part-time position during school term-time. Applicants should be registered as self-employed and provide a HMRC Unique Tax Reference (UTR) number. At least 2 of the teaching days must be fixed (Monday and Friday) and one can be committed to teaching flexibly.
The successful candidate will work under the direction of the Head of Department to deliver individual and paired lessons to students who have opted in to singing lessons and motivate and encourage these students to participate in ensembles and school music productions. They will also be involved in delivering whole class singing tuition in line with the school curriculum.
Drayton Manor is a heavily oversubscribed and successful school. Student achievement is high with a value added score at A Level placing us in the top 10% of schools nationally and 48% of GCSE students achieving the English Baccalaureate. We are very proud of our ethos.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to apply for an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
About Drayton Manor High School Academy
Drayton Manor offers a wide range of opportunities, academic, practical, cultural and sporting to all students. The school thinks and works in terms of individual students, their personal development, their academic tuition, their interests and their career needs. The school’s curriculum aims, as stated by the Governing Body, are:
• To promote the maximum possible development of individual students’ talents and potential within a tolerant and caring community
• To help students to develop a lively, enquiring mind and the ability to question, to argue rationally and to apply themselves to tasks and physical skills
• To assist students to acquire in all areas of the curriculum the knowledge, understanding and skills relevant to adult life, employment and leisure in a fastchanging world
• To encourage students to use language and number effectively
• To promote equal opportunities for all, to counter racism, sexism and all other forms of discrimination whenever they occur
• To encourage respect for religious and moral values and tolerance of other races, religions and ways of life
• To help students to understand the world in which they live and the interdependence of individuals, groups and nations, including awareness of economic and environmental issues
• To help students to appreciate human achievement and aspirations in all forms of human endeavour
• To support students in the development of their personal and social skills