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Music NQT  – Stanmore, North West London | September 2020 START

Job Reference: EGMUSE620

Job Start Date: 5 September 2020
Position Type: Long Term / Permanent

Sector: Secondary (age 11-18)
Role: Secondary, Teacher
Subject: Music
Location: Stanmore, Barnet


About the job

Music NQT  – Stanmore, North West London | September 2020 START

Are you a bright teacher with a background in Music looking to work in a forward-thinking secondary school, starting September 2020?

Surround yourself with inspirational Teachers as you become a Music Teacher at this Supportive school in Stanmore!

  • Music Teacher – Music NQT
  • FULL TIME – long term position – September 2020
  • Inner London Salary – paid to scale
  • In Stanmore, North West London area
  • Great supportive CPD
  • Popular & high Achieving secondary school
  • Starting September 2020 – Interviewing Now


Found in Stanmore , this school is an inclusive secondary school and is easily accessible using public transport. The school makes it a priority to support pupils from challenging backgrounds and has a higher than the national average intake of EAL pupils. It is currently an ‘Outstanding’ school. The high standards imposed by this secondary make it the first choice for parents in the area, and is regularly oversubscribed.


To be considered, you must be a forward-thinking Music Teacher who has good knowledge of the Music curriculum. The Music NQT role will include working in a close-knit team of experienced teachers. You will inspire and engage students, ks3 up to ALEVEL, and teach them the necessary information and skills within the curriculum to a high standard.

As a Music NQT, you will be teaching as part of a high-achieving Department and you will be using the CPD schemes to develop new teaching techniques and approaches. Understand the value of teamwork as part of a cohesive department and be happy teaching up to GCSE. In this post you will be working with talented educators.