Teacher of MusicOasis Academy Arena
London, United KingdomFull Time
Source income streams to fund and resource the department with new instruments and provision for tuition. Create performance opportunities for students both inside and outside of school. Direct school choir and school band. Establishing links with outside partnerships to widen the reach of the Arts and its impact on the next generation of musicians including: Moustrap Theatre Projects, LPO Brigtsparks Schools concert series, Kinetika Bloco, Orchestras for All – Modulo, Royal Albert Hall – education and outreach. Restore the Music.
Head of MusicSt Martin in the Fields High School for Girls
- London, United KingdomFull Time
Designing Curriculum Plans for KS3 & KS4. Directing three gospel choirs and managing a team of ten peripatetic staff and a classroom teacher. Preparing songs for assemblies and providing performance opportunities for students who learn instruments. Entering students for graded examinations. Oversee extra-curricular activities. Curating an enrichment program with outside agencies, Responsible for online music content (website/twitter)
- Song Writing
- Music Composition
MA Education: Culture, Language & IdentityGoldsmiths, University of London
London, United Kingdom
The programme aims to develop an inclusive and inter-cultural approach to teaching and learning across a wide range of educational styles, by interrogating current educational policies, curriculum frameworks, teaching practices and theoretical perspectives. Its modular structure allows for specialisation in the areas of equity and social justice, curriculum policy and practice, language and culture in education, and the arts in education.
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Bronze AwardIncorporated Society of MusiciansIn recognition of the GCSE results in 2017 due to more than 10% of all GCSE students at Key Stage 4 achieving A*-C in Music; placing the school in the top 424 schools across England.
Bronze AwardIncorporated Society of MusiciansIn recognition of the GCSE results in 2016 due to more than 10% of all GCSE students at Key Stage 4 achieving A*-C in Music; placing the school in the top 600 schools across England.