Music & performing Arts Teacher F-6

St Ambrose's School - Woodend


Primary Teacher

Teaching Subject: Dance , Drama , Music

Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Part Time (0.40 FTE)

Applications Close: 8 December 2021

St Ambrose Parish school values the Performing Arts and we wish to employ a dynamic Music & Performing Arts teacher as a specialist role for 2 days a week.

<p>St. Ambrose Parish School is a welcoming school that works together to provide an excellent education in a faith-filled community. We want to complement our Visual Arts program with a teacher that can lead our students in drama, music, dance and build our student&#39;s confidence and self-esteem. We have 10 classes, F- 6, that would each participate in a lesson once a week. </p><p>This role would include working towards a school concert. There also would be other opportunities for students to perform at a school assembly, Masses, Local Community, etc.</p><p>Applications are invited from suitably experienced persons for the part-time ongoing position of Performing Arts to commence on 27th January 2022. </p><p>The successful applicant will have a demonstrated commitment to Catholic education and to the safety and wellbeing of children. </p><p>As a member of staff, the performing arts teacher is responsible for developing respectful, collaborative relationships with students, staff, and parents, to contribute to positive school culture. </p><p>The performing arts teacher will enact the Child Safe policy, ensuring all students are safe. </p><p><b>Key Selection Criteria:</b></p><p>• Provide a diverse performing Arts program drawing from the Victorian Curriculum areas of drama, music, media arts, and dance and personal and social capabilities </p><p>• Be able to work as a team with staff </p><p>• Proactively monitor, support, and address issues of student wellbeing</p><p>• Report and provide feedback to students about their learning</p><p>• Contribute actively to a positive team culture</p><p>• Provide students with a rich and rewarding educational experience</p><p>• Participate in extracurricular activities relating to performing arts and the life of the school</p><p>• To deliver an engaging and rigorous classroom curriculum, using modern pedagogy and best practice. </p><p>• Ensure the Performing Arts is showcased to the broader school community. </p><p>The successful candidate will be appropriately qualified, demonstrate enthusiasm and ability to deliver the appropriate curriculum to a range of educational abilities, and be able to provide care and support for students whilst supporting and respecting the ethos of the school and its environment. The successful applicant will hold Victorian Institute of Teaching Registration. </p><p>This school community promotes the safety, wellbeing, and inclusion of all children. </p><p><br /></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p>
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Application Instructions

<p>Please email your application directly to Bronwyn Phillips:principal&#64;</p><p>Applications should include:</p><p>1. A cover letter</p><p>2. A CV</p><p>3. Address the Selection criteria attached</p><p>4. Complete the Pre-Employment Disclosure Questions</p><p>Please note that we are also seeking to employ a Mental Health &amp; Wellbeing Leader (0.6 FTE) and a Religious education (0.2 FTE) for those who may like to work full time and have the skills required. See separate advertisements for these positions.</p>


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