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Guitar Tutor

£20 - £25 per hour

The Every Child a Musician Programme delivers instrumental music tuition to all Year 5 and Year 6 in Newham's schools. It is a mass participation programme working in partnership with more than 64 schools in the East London borough.

Employer
London Borough of Newham
Location
London Borough of Newham
Closing Date
2nd August 2018

You will deliver instrumental tuition sessions in Newham’s schools. ECaM Guitar Tutors (sessional) £20 and £25 per hour, including holiday supplement, depending on qualification, experience and training. The Every Child a Musician Programme delivers instrumental music tuition to all Year 5 and Year 6 in Newham’s schools. It is a mass participation programme working in partnership with more than 64 schools in the East London borough. The children receive weekly instrumental music tuition, for a period of two years. The tuition is free to the child and their family and they are provided with a free musical instrument. We are also delivering Years 3 and 4 in a whole class teaching model in a number of schools.

This job is a great opportunity to join a ground breaking programme as an instrumental tutor. Teaching sessions available can range between one hour to a full day, however the majority of our teaching sessions tend to be for two hours. On this occasion we are looking for Tutors who are able to undertake one hour teaching sessions.

You will need:

  • Grade 6 or above, or equivalent or ABRSM Instrumental Teaching Certificate or a music teaching qualification
  • The ability to teach an additional instrument offered by ECaM alongside the Guitar e.g. Keyboard, Trumpet, Trombone, Violin, Viola, Flute or Clarinet would be an advantage
  • If successful after interview an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring check needs to be completed
  • Experience of instrumental teaching to young people
  • The ability to assess students work
  • Knowledge of repertoire for students at different stages of development
  • Experience of working in a school setting
  • Experience of whole class teaching

For an informal discussion about these roles please contact Rashvinder Dhaliwal, ECaM Liaison Officer on 0203 373 6847

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Closing Date:
2nd August 2018
Interviews:
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