Skip to content

Music Teacher

This is an excellent opportunity for a hardworking, motivated and dynamic music teacher who has up to 2-3 years of experience. There is a great passion for the subject amongst our pupils and we are looking for the individual who can ignite this enthusiasm.

Newman Catholic College
Contract Type
Full-Time Fixed-Term Contract
Closing Date
1st July 2022

Salary: MPS to be discussed

Purpose of post:

To work as a member of the Music department seeking to improve examination results through effective curriculum delivery in this area.

Key Tasks:

As a member of the Music department, the teacher will:

1. Ensure improved examination results by:

a) teaching music throughout KS3, KS4 and Btec Level 3

b) planning and delivering exciting and stimulating lessons that meet the needs of all ability levels

c) providing a formative assessment of pupil progress at all stages;

d) recording pupil progress clearly both in the Pupil Booklet and in the Teacher’s Record Book:

e) conducting assessments in line with the Assessing Pupil Progress programme

f) setting, marking and recording homework according to the Homework Timetable.

g) attending regular department meetings as required;

h) attending in-service training both inside and outside school.

i) being available to cover for absent colleagues and set work where appropriate;

j) maintain lively and interesting displays of students’ work for Music and help mount exhibitions within the teaching area and around the school;

k) working under the direction of the Curriculum Leader Music.

l) Teaching singing/choir

2. Provide an environment conducive to learning by:

a) insisting upon proper standards of discipline and safety in the classrooms;

b) ensuring that the teaching area has excellent attractive and up-to-date displays; is graffiti and litter free; and is orderly both in appearance and conduct of pupils;

3. Set an example of excellence, thereby, providing a role model of excellence for the pupils by:

a) being punctual to lessons at all times and ensuring pupil punctuality to class;

b) insisting upon good manners, courtesy, kindness, self-control and safe behaviour from the pupils at all times.

c) maintaining materials, and equipment in the designated teaching area;

d) observing all rules on Health & Safety.

As a member of staff in the school the post holder will contribute to the whole life of the school by:

a) attending all necessary meetings, including Parents’ Evenings and appropriate Working Party meetings;

b) supporting the aims and ethos of this Catholic school;

c) supporting the school’s race and gender equalities policies;

d) being a member of one of the pastoral year teams;

f) fulfilling the Terms and Conditions of Service, as laid down in the 1986 Education Act.

How to Apply

For application forms, please visit

Once completed, kindly email the forms to

Closing Date:
1st July 2022
Share this vacancy: