Music Teacher Needed – Dunstable

Position: Teaching Music across KS1

Start Date: September – Academic year

Role: 1 days per week

Location: Dunstable Bedfordshire

Salary: £130 per day


About our School

Our client is an Ofsted outstanding school, looking for an experienced music teacher to play a key role within school. Engage the children in the curriculum and run a school choir. The school has an excellent reputation and an active commitment to maintaining its high standard of music provision across the school.


Our school Offers

  • A school that encourages all forms of arts and creative
  • A very professional, friendly and supportive staff
  • Enthusiastic, well-behaved children
  • Classroom support – a TA or a teacher
  • A wide variety of musical instruments, well-resourced
  • Support for continuing professional development


Qualities Required

  • 2 years UK primary music teaching experience
  • Able to commit long-term
  • Able to inspire and motivate children
  • A strong classroom manager
  • Ability to makes Music fun
  • Prepared to become part of the school community – eg involved with extra-curricular and community activities


What 1st Note Education Offers

  • A full set of Music Lesson Plans
  • CPD
  • Personal coaching
  • Training and development opportunities.


Please apply by emailing us a copy of your CV and a covering letter

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