Teaching Job

United Kingdom
Abingdon, United Kingdom
Posted: 16 Mar 2023
Radley College

Radley College

Visiting Music Teacher – Piano

We are looking for a dedicated, inspirational, and imaginative teacher to join a distinguished and vibrant team of piano teachers for between 1 and 4 days per week. The role will involve working with ambitious pupils working towards Conservatoire or University entrance alongside those at the very start of their musical journeys, helping to ensure that each individual has the opportunity to reach their full potential.
As well as a knowledge of teaching strategies, teaching repertoire and adaptability to the individual, the successful applicant will show an active interest in current teaching trends and pursuing their own professional development as an instrumental teacher and performer.
In general the role of a Visiting Music Teacher at Radley is defined as:

• the teaching, progress and development of each individual student within their specialism.
• designing a curriculum for each pupil based upon a shared goal;
• helping the pupil to achieve this by their professional help and expertise;
• keeping records of a pupil’s instrumental progress and up to date with all documentation;
• providing clear and helpful reports to parents at the end of each term;
• keeping abreast of current developments in instrumental teaching.
• actively contributing to the partnerships programme, including promoting boys’ involvement in partnership activities.
• promoting external opportunities (such as holiday courses and ensembles) and building links with musicians from outside Radley College (such as through masterclasses, workshops, and recitals).
• working with the Precentor (Director of Music) to attract future music scholars.
Closing date: 13 Apr 2023
Start date: September 2023
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