Contract Type: Part Time
Salary: Excellent, Depending on Experience
School Type:
Academy Secondary Aged
School Size: 451-1000
School Age Range: 11-18
Pupil Gender: Mixed
Address: Eaton Road, Crumpsall Manchester M8 5DY
Ofsted Ranking: Outstanding 1


Teacher of Piano

Part Time (approximately 1 day per week)

This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding candidate to join our very successful Music department.

We are seeking to appoint a well-qualified and experienced piano teacher who is able to teach pupils of all abilities up to grade 8 standard; a teaching qualification or diploma in performance is desirable. The successful candidate will be expected to be involved in school concerts and recording of GCSE and A Level performances so ability to accompany is essential.

The governors wish to appoint an enthusiastic, inspiring and motivated teacher committed to achieving the highest standards.

The salary will reflect the candidate’s qualifications and experience.

The King David High School is an academically successful Jewish school, judged outstanding by OFSTED and consistently ranked amongst the top performing non-selective schools in the country. We welcome applications from teachers of any faith or none.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety and welfare of children. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhances Disclosure and Barring check.

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About The King David High School

The King David High School located in Manchester, United Kingdom is a mixed, voluntary aided Jewish Orthodox academy school. The school has been awarded Specialist Maths and Computing College status. In 2007, over 850 pupils attended the school. The headteacher, as of 2005, is Mr Brian Levy.

The school's motto is "Emet Ve'emunah", which is a Hebrew phrase meaning "truth and faith".

The main funder of the school, as well as head of governors, is Mr. Joshua Rowe.[1]

The school's bid to relocate to Heaton Park area were opposed due to area conservation and increased traffic concerns.[2]

In December 2010, a new school building was opened, after around a year of building work, situated next to the old building. This new development was funded as part of the BSF (Building Schools for the Future) scheme. It was one of the last schools to successfully receive funding, and was estimated to cost around £22 million.