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Music Curriculum Lead Teacher

£22,904 - £25,668 per annum (FTE £38,174 – £42,780)

Are you committed to helping inspire Surrey’s musicians of the future? Surrey Arts is currently looking for a Music Curriculum Lead Teacher to work with teachers and school leaders to develop schemes of work and ensure that young people from all backgrounds receive high quality music education.

Surrey Arts (Surrey County Council)
Contract Type
Part-Time Permanent
Closing Date
8th December 2021

The salary range for this role is £22,904 – £25,668 per annum (£38,174 – £42,780 full time equivalent) plus TLR2 payment (pro rata to FTE). The starting salary is dependent on experience and subject to Teacher pay and conditions (outer fringe).

Surrey Arts, part of Surrey County Council, is the lead partner for Surrey Music Education Hub. Surrey Music Hub’s aim is to work in partnership to ensure that children and young people from all backgrounds receive music education that is high quality, wide ranging, sustainable and accessible to all.

We are looking for a Curriculum Lead who can cover secondary, post-16, and SEND schools to support the delivery of the music curriculum.

The Role

As a Curriculum Lead Teacher, you will develop the Music Education Plan for the hub and undertake supportive conversations with leaders in schools. Where required, you will work with teachers to strengthen their curriculums and schemes of work, which may involve some demonstration and team teaching. You will help to create links between schools and run teacher networks to improve communication and reduce professional isolation.

Qualified Teacher Status is required, along with substantial experience of good practice in at least one key stage of your area of focus and an awareness of curriculum requirements at all key stages.

You will:

  • Be an experienced and successful classroom music teacher with experience of developing and delivering a curriculum to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum for Music
  • Have sound knowledge of the requirements of the Music National Curriculum for KS3 & KS4 with knowledge of tertiary qualification requirements, and/or extensive knowledge of music education in the SEND school context
  • Understanding of the current agendas in music education
  • Understanding of the principles of equality, diversity and inclusion and how they may apply in a school music context.

We would love to hear from you if you have the same passion for Arts as us at Surrey and if you would like to help inspire Surrey’s musicians of the future.

How to Apply

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Closing Date:
8th December 2021
15th and 16th December 2021
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