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April 7th 2014

London, Home Counties, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield (England)        

 Artis….Performing Arts Specialists Required

What do we do?

Artis helps children achieve at school by integrating the performing arts throughout their learning. Artis creates a very different experience from a typical classroom by linking music, drama, dance and filmmaking to curriculum learning, as facilitated by performing arts specialists (Artis Specialists). Working as an Artis Specialist gives practitioners a platform to use their creativity within an educational context, offering training and support along the way. We attract the best practitioners because we respect and nourish artistic talent.

What are we looking for?

Artis Specialists to join our thriving team: highly skilled, imaginative and versatile performing arts specialists who can commit to delivering our creative curriculum on an ongoing basis across the forthcoming academic year in primary schools. Artis Specialists deliver anything from half a day to 4 days a week, returning to the same school(s) each week throughout the academic year.

 

The ideal candidate will have experience and a passion for working with children in an educational setting and be open to delivering holistically. We’re looking for practitioners with a flair for communication, who are open to new challenges and are inspired to nurture creativity in children.

 

It is essential that candidates are available to commit to ongoing, regular work in order to be considered for this role. Work is based in and around London and the Home Counties, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield – a willingness to travel within your region is essential.

 

If this sounds like you, please get in touch.

 

What do you gain?

The opportunity to access our award winning training and development programme, delivered by experts in their field and experienced Artis Specialists alike. Our training covers all aspects of the performing arts, filmmaking and language development for EAL learners.

Access to an accredited Postgraduate Diploma in performing arts leadership at a subsidised cost.  This two year part-time course provides Artis Specialists with an opportunity to develop and hone their leadership and performing arts teaching skills alongside their work with us.

 

Support through our excellent mentoring system to advise on every aspect of planning and delivery. Our Mentors meet with Artis Specialists regularly and support them throughout the academic year.

 

Competitive daily rates: starting at £100 in the first year of delivery.

 

How to apply

 

Visit our website www.artiseducation.com and click ‘We are recruiting’ for further information and to complete our online application form.

For any enquiries contact Caroline Dudley (Recruitment and Training Manager) kerplunk@artiseducation.com

 

Deadline for applications: Friday 2 May at 5pm

 

Rounds 1 and 2: Various dates according to location. Please refer to the Artis Specialist application form for further details.

 March 11th 2014     

Enfield, London,  England        

St. John’s Preparatory & Senior School (Enfield) require a part-time Lamda Teacher from April 2014 to teach 1½ days a week only (Wednesday and Thursday mornings). 

The successful applicant will be responsible for teaching KS3 speech and drama to children in whole class groups (maximum 19), concentrating on poetry and prose performance. Prepare for and organise entries for Lamda examinations in the summer term and write reports.

For further information and an application form please contact Mrs. Ferry on 01707 657294.

 St. John’s Prep. & Senior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Applicants for positions at our schools must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Criminal Records Bureau.

 January 29th 2014     

London, The Home Counties, Manchester and Leeds,  England        

Performing Arts Specialists – Artis Education

What do we do?

 

Artis helps children achieve at school by integrating the performing arts throughout their learning. 

 

We create a very different experience from a typical classroom by linking music, drama and dance to curriculum learning as facilitated by performing arts specialists (Artis Specialists).

 What are we looking for?

Artis Specialists to join our thriving team: highly skilled, imaginative and versatile performing arts specialists, who can commit to delivering our creative curriculum on an ongoing basis across the academic year in primary schools, delivering anything from half a day to 4 days a week.

 The ideal candidate will have experience and a passion for working with children in an educational setting and be open to delivering holistically. 

 Have flair for communicating with people, be open to new challenges and inspired to nurture creativity in children.

 It is essential that candidates are available to commit to ongoing, regular work in order to be considered for this role.

Work is currently available in and around London and the Home Counties, Manchester and Leeds – a willingness to travel within your region is essential.

 What do you gain?

 Access to our award winning training and development programme.

 Access to an accredited Postgraduate Diploma in performing arts leadership at a subsidised cost.

 Support through our excellent mentoring system to advise on every aspect of planning and delivery.

 Competitive daily rates: starting at £100 in the first year of delivery.

 How to apply

 Visit our website http://www.artiseducation.com/working-with-artis/the-specialist-journey/apply for further information and to download an application form.

 For any enquiries contact Caroline Dudley (Recruitment and Training Manager) kerplunk@artiseducation.com

 Deadline for applications: Wednesday 12 February @ 12pm

 Rounds 1 and 2: Various dates according to location. Please refer to the Artis Specialist application form for further details.

November 26th  2013

Enfield,  London, England

St. John’s Preparatory & Senior School (Enfield) require a part-time Lamda Teacher from January 2014 to teach 1½ days a week only (Wednesdays and Thursday morning). 

 The successful applicant will be responsible for teaching KS3 speech and drama to children in whole class groups (maximum 19), concentrating on poetry and prose performance. Prepare for and organise entries for Lamda examinations in the summer term and write reports.

 For further information and an application form please contact Mrs. Ferry on 01707 657294.

 St. John’s Prep. & Senior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Applicants for positions at our schools must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Criminal Records Bureau.

October 4th  2013

Rochester,  Kent, England

Hi There, 

 My Name is Frankie Fitzgerald and I run Centre Stage Theatre Academy for Children.

We are a family run independent theatre academy for children of all ages and abilities. We teach all aspects of performing arts to the children, acting dancing and singing. Here at Centre Stage we aim to provide the highest level of training. This involves hard work, discipline and a 110% work ethic from everyone involved. 

We are currently looking for a new Drama teacher for our new branch in Rochester. Applicants must have experience with children, a fully enhanced DBS check (formerly CRB) and be available for Saturday mornings in Rochester between 10 am and 1pm. 

 We are also looking for a  Drama Teacher for various after school clubs in the Kent area. 

 We are looking for young, enthusiastic teachers to join our close knit team. Someone who is passionate and dedicated to their work, but most importantly has a good sense of fun! 

 If you think you have what it takes to be part of Centre Stage we will look forward to hearing from emyyou!

 Kind Regards,

Frankie

Frankie Fitzgerald
Centre Stage Theatre Academy

www.centrestagetheatreacademy.com
info@centrestagetheatreacademy.com

 

September 3rd  2013

London, England

THEATREBUGS: ‘CONFIDENCE THROUGH CREATIVITY’

Theatrebugs are currently recruiting freelance teachers to facilitate our drama, music and dance programme for under 8s in London. We are searching for fun loving, enthusiastic teachers, who are looking to ignite the imaginations of children aged 0-8 years.

 PERSONALITY!

 Theatrebugs prides itself on instilling confidence and creativity in a manner that is fun and entertaining. Personality is therefore a vital factor for any Theatrebug's applicant. We are looking for bubbly, vivacious individuals, who can develop a kind, caring and patient relationship with the children and nursery school staff alike. Excellent communication skills are essential.

 COMMITMENT!

For those wishing to take on regular teaching positions with Theatrebugs,  we ask for at least a 6 month commitment.  Regular teaching roles are unfortunately not suitable for jobbing actors, however we supply children’s parties and workshop assisting, which are perfect opportunities for those pursuing acting careers.

 WHAT WE OFFER OUR EMPLOYEES!

We offer a range of exciting opportunities for employees, from running regular classes, to leading Summer Workshops and touring Summer Shows. Teachers will receive full training, ongoing support and complete class plans as well as excellent rates of pay.
Full, clean driving licence, car, and teaching experience are useful, but not essential. You must possess an up to date and valid DBS in order to work for us. This can be processed through us, if you do not yet have one.

Theatrebugs is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

 FIND OUT MORE?

If interested please contact
abbie@theatrebugs.co.uk
with an up to date CV and covering letter. You will be asked to fill out an application form and provide a short video clip of yourself performing a short story aimed at the Under 5s.

 Kind Regards,

 Abbie
Operations Manager

Theatrebugs
Studio 61
Unit 4, Second Floor Studios & Arts
Mellish Estate
Harrington Way
London
SE18 5NR

t 0800 975 5290
e enquiries@theatrebugs.co.uk
w theatrebugs.co.uk

September 1st  2013

Swansea, Wales 

We are an 35 year established theatre school in Swansea currently looking for :

1      Musical Theatre Teacher

2)      Drama Teacher

Enthusiastic with a recent CRB.

Around 3-4 hours on a Saturday.

Contact : james@DanceSwansea.com

Telephone : 01792 403860 (Sheila)

May 14th 2013

Richmond, Surrey, England

I have a teaching position available from September 2013 for a LAMDA drama teacher, at my school,  Kew Academy of Performing Arts (www.kewacademydance.co.uk)   which provides  classes in Ballet, Modern, Tap and LAMDA drama.

Classes take place in Richmond, Surrey (close to London underground and mainline train stations )

 Currently the hours are 9:30-11:30am

Salary is negotiable and dependant on experience.

 We have a very successful history of excellent exams results. The pupils are very keen and dedicated.

The applicant must be able to prepare pupils for LAMDA examinations and also for school performances.

 For more information or to apply for the position please email kewacademy@hotmail.com  

April 11th 2013

Budapest, Hungary

Job: Drama and English Teacher

DramaWorks Theatre School is looking for a qualified and experienced native English speaking Drama and English teacher for September 2013 start.

We offer an exciting opportunity to work in this vibrant city and gain broad experience teaching all ages and levels.

Advantages:
- CELTA or TEFL certified
- ESL experience
- Drivers license

Location: Budapest, Hungary

For more information please send your C.V to Faye Bradbrook contact@dramaworks.hu

More information about the school at: www.dramaworks.hu


November 26th 2012

Cambridgeshire, England

Part-time Drama teacher required - Cambridgeshire

We have a position available for a part time drama teacher within our busy Cambridgeshire branch of the highly acclaimed Helen O'Grady Drama Academy. 

The position is to run two after school clubs on Mondays and Tuesdays during term time. On both days you will teach 2 x 1hour sessions for two different age groups.

 No PGCE or teaching qualifications are necessary but proven skills in drama are required. 

Applicants must be enthusiastic and creative, with a talent to inspire and improve confidence in children from age 4-17.

Must be prepared to travel. CRB checks will be required.

To apply or for more information please email your CV to cambs-herts@helenogrady.co.uk

 Position available from January 2013.

November 8th 2012

Pearson (Formally Edexcel) is recruiting Standards Verifiers for BTEC Next Generation PERFORMING ARTS

Standards Verifier BTEC Next Generation- Performing Arts

Job Type: Fixed Contract (Part Time)

Salary: Competitive Daily Rate, TBC

Location: Nationwide, working from home

We have interesting opportunities for experienced NVQ practitioners to join our team of Standards Verifiers(SVs) and work in partnership with Edexcel centres to quality assure our BTEC Next Generation qualifications.

We are currently recruiting for the following sectors:

PERFORMING ARTS

Standards Verifiers undertake sampling of centres’ assessment and internal verification decisions in order to confirm that national standards have been met. They provide support to centres during the sampling process and produce targeted actions for centres where national standards are not being upheld.

Substantial experience of delivering and assessing BTEC qualifications and a commitment to quality assurance is essential, as is a good working knowledge of the specifications for the subject area.

 To apply for this job please follow the link below:

https://home.edexcelgateway.com/pages/job_search_view.aspx?jobId=1143

 Information Contact:

Patricia Visser
AA Recruitment Adviser
 
D: +44 (0)20 7190 4582

 If you have any further queries please email BTECrecruitment@pearson.com or visit www.edexcel.com/aa-recruitment

 Also, find us on facebook.com/edexcel and twitter.com/EdexcelRecruit for more updates

September 26th 2012

Pearson is recruiting Edexcel GCE and GCSE Drama Visiting Examiners

Edexcel is part of Pearson UK, a unique education company. We bring together publishing, exams and new technologies to help teachers and learners fulfil their potential. We are recruiting GCE and GCSE Drama Teachers to become Visiting Examiners for Edexcel GCE and GCSE Drama, and assist in examining for summer 2013.

Role summary

A Visiting Examiner is responsible for marking candidates’ performance by visiting centres and ensuring the overall standards are maintained. Centre visits involve marking forms of examination work, or conducting and marking oral examinations, or being present at practical examinations where the activity of candidates has to be observed as part of the marking procedure.

Experience/Qualifications needed

You will receive full training and support throughout the marking period, as well as being paid you will also have the opportunity to claim a Teacher Release payment for your school when attending meetings during term time.

If you are interested in applying and viewing further details and regional recruitment, please click either GCSE Drama or GCE Drama
 

Please note if your application is successful you will be required to attend the following training dates, depending on qualifications:

 GCSE Drama – 17th November

GCE Drama – 10th November

 If you have any further queries please email aaresourcing@pearson.com or visit www.edexcel.com/aa-recruitment

 AA Recruitment
Edexcel
Pearson UK

T: 020 7190 4964

E:  amy.hunt@pearson.com

Pearson
Always Learning
Learn more at
www.pearson.com

August 21st 2012

Luton, Bedfordshire, England

Act Around are currently looking for 2 part time Performing Arts Teachers for a busy drama school in Luton, Bedfordshire. The school will be teaching basic and advanced techniques in performing arts and will be working with children between the ages of 10 and 18.

Please email me at richard@actaround.co.uk for more information.

 

ACT AROUND

DRAMA ACADEMY AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S LIFE SKILLS SERVICE

              Learning through Play

Richard Angol

Managing Director

Actaround Limited

 www.actaround.co.uk

 Tel: 07944 299 997

 Fax: 01582 645 925

 July 26th 2012

Greater London

Experienced drama workshop leaders required for primary schools in the Greater London area.

Freshwater Theatre Company is seeking experienced and passionate freelance drama workshop leaders based in London.
 
The company has been offering nursery and primary schools high quality, affordable and engaging drama opportunities to support the curriculum since 1996.  
See www.freshwatertheatre.co.uk for more about the company.
 
We are looking to recruit versatile performers with considerable experience single-handedly organising and leading large groups of school children, aged from 4 to 11, to facilitate workshop sessions involving role-play, storytelling, drama games and music based on the curriculum.

We are also recruiting for our two-person history show team. You will require the same skills in workshop leading and must also be over 25, hold a full clean driving licence, be confident driving a small van, be based in or close to Hackney, be a character performer and have experience of performing to and working with large groups of primary aged children.

All applicants should have an Enhanced CRB or be prepared to undergo and pay for a CRB check before they can commence work.

The next audition will be in East London on Wednesday 5th September. Please only apply if you are available on that date and if you are very confident of being available for freelance work in London in the autumn term.
 
To apply, please visit www.freshwatertheatre.co.uk/editorial.php?ref=opportunities and fill out and send the application form along with your CV to:
 
jobs@freshwatertheatre.co.uk
Please mark emails in the subject line: Freshwater recruitment (followed by your name)

Deadline for applications is Wednesday 8th August 2012. Applications after this date will not be considered.

Sara Coffey
General Manager
Freshwater Theatre Company
phone: 0844 800 2870
fax: 020 8555 5442
Twitter: @Freshwater_TIE
www.freshwatertheatre.co.uk

July 14th 2012

Croydon, South London

I am looking to take on a teacher for Saturdays term time starting from September.

I run Speech and Drama classes in Croydon, South London on Saturdays term time with two assistant teachers.

You would be required to team teach with an assistant as well as take pupils in small groups independently.

I prepare pupils for an end of term show, local drama festivals and LAMDA syllabus examinations.

Knowledge of the LAMDA syllabus is not essential.

This position would ideally suit a primary school teacher/tutor or someone looking for speech and drama teaching experience.

The fee is dependent on teaching experience.

Closing Date: 6th August 2012

Please contact me for further details and an application form on 07958978288 or at shanilaabbey@hotmail.com.

Many thanks

Shanila Taylor

June 5th 2012

Doncaster, South Yorkshire

I am looking for a drama teacher for one to one lessons for an experienced six year old girl in the Doncaster/South Yorkshire area for one lesson per week on a permanent basis.

Frances-Anne (Admin Support) p/p Courtesy Orchis  (E-mail address) nancybooorchisevans@yahoo.co.uk

May 7th 2012

Swindon, Wiltshire

Rising Aspirations Academy of Performing Arts is looking for a fun and enthusiastic drama teacher to join our children’s theatre school in Swindon, Wiltshire.

The vacancy is for 1.5 hours every Saturday (term time only). The successful candidate will be required to teach 2 lessons each week (20 minutes per lesson) and support the singing teacher for her lesson. There is a possibility of increasing hours in the future.

No PGCE or teaching qualification required, but proven skills in drama necessary.

To apply for the position, please email your CV to kathy@risingaspirations.co.uk.

Closing Date: 31st May 2012

March 15th 2012

Carmarthen, Wales

Stagecoach Theatre Arts Carmarthen are recruiting Dance, Singing and Drama Coaches.  Trained performers with teaching and performance experience are sought to teach with Stagecoach Theatre Arts in Carmarthen. CRB checks are required.

We are currently recruiting for the following positions: Dance Coaches,  Singing Coaches,  Further Stages with experience to teach students aged 16 to 18 in dance, singing and drama or drama/singing, dance, drama.

 Ideal candidates will possess a strong track record of working with young children, be able to keep a class of 15 focused and enthusiastic and have clear ideas about material which will motivate students  to improve their confidence and skills in singing, dance and drama. Enthusiasm for  working with youngsters is essential.

 Duties: preparation of lesson plans and tuition in singing, dance or drama; writing student reports; attending staff meetings and developing demonstration performances in co-operation with the Principal.

 Candidate should be available every Saturday during term time.

We are always interested to hear from well trained performers and teachers who have the ability to inspire children. We are also looking to recruit a pool of deputy teachers. If you wish to be considered for deputy work or positions as they arise, please send your CV with details of your training, performance experience, teaching experience and work you have done with children (specify ages). Also give details of your specialities.

 Start Date: September 2012

 TO APPLY (please read carefully): send CV detailing training, performing and teaching experience to Carmarthen@stagecoach.co.uk or to Stagecoach Theatre Arts, 36 Maes Yr Ehedydd, Carmarthen SA31 3GB. Please also include a sample lesson plan or description of your approach to teaching singing, dance and/or drama.

Closing Date:  30th April 2012 apply now for interview ASAP.

For more information or if you have queries, email the Principal, Liane Davies on Carmarthen@stagecoach.co.uk

February 14th 2012

Berkshire, England

Theatrebugs are currently recruiting freelance teachers to facilitate our music, dance and drama program for Under 8s in Berkshire. 

We are looking for fun loving, enthusiastic teachers looking to ignite the imaginations of children aged 0 - 8 years. 

Teachers must be reliable and prepared to commit for a minimum of 6 months.

Teachers will receive full training, ongoing support and complete class plans as well as excellent rates of pay.

Full clean driving licence, car and teaching / drama experience are essential due to the area covered and nature of work. 

An Enhanced Theatrebugs CRB must be processed for successful applicants.

The work available are parties at the weekends. workshops during holidays and nurseries during the week...also possibly some after school clubs. 

Applicants must be able to attend one training day in Wandsworth, London on Wednesday 7th March (9am - 5pm)...and one held locally in Crowthorne beforehand.

Sorry ...regular classes are not suitable for jobbing actors only cover, workshop and weekend work.

Please send CV to anitagaskell@theatrebugs.co.uk

February 14th 2012

Stanmore, England

Drama Teacher / Dance Teacher / Singing Teacher required for Future Stars Performing Arts School in Stanmore

I am looking for enthusiastic and creative teachers to join our Saturday team on a long term basis. Must be experienced in musical theatre and commercial styles, with a talent for encouraging students and inspiring children.

Classes run from 10am – 1.00pm term time only.

Stage school will be launched at the end of April 2012. Please e-mail mysty_20@hotmail.co.uk or call 07912538656.

All applicants are subject to an enhanced CRB check.

Closing date 25th February 2012

 Dubai

February 13th 2012

Drama/Acting Coach Required

We are holding a brainstorming session in Dubai next Monday for 3 days, where we are going to flesh out a Sitcom for a big TV station out there.

The leads are comedians but not actors and we are looking for someone who can come to the meeting with a view to supervising and developing them as the project goes live.

Experience in TV Dramas is important.

Spoken Arabic is not essential as the talent speak English.

Expenses will be covered for the meeting, and if the project goes live and the producers are happy to proceed with you, then the Drama/Acting coach role will be paid, with relocation to the Middle East for a few months.

Thank you and best wishes

 Rehan Malik

Producer/Director

Email rehanmalik@europeanbroadcast.org

web http://www.europeanbroadcast.org

London, England

February 8th 2012

Kingdom Entertainment Group is launching the Kingdom School of Arts and want to add to their team a committed and enthusiastic DRAMA TEACHER.

 * You must be able to teach drama across the key stages.

* You will have superb subject knowledge and you will be able to demonstrate your ability to motivate and captivate your students with excellent lesson planning.

* You must be a qualified teacher for this position and you will be a real team player.

* You will have had experience in classroom management and you will work to the schools ethos and be able to get the best out of your pupils.

 The school is based in London and the position starts in March.

Interviews will commence ASAP. 

If this sounds like a great opportunity for you APPLY NOW to avoid disappointment.

Please send a CV to najanward@kingdomentertainmentgroup.co.uk

 www.kingdomentertainmentgroup.co.uk

Surrey, England

January 26th 2012

Theatrebugs are currently recruiting freelance teachers to facilitate our music, dance and drama program for Under 8's in Surrey.  We are looking for fun loving, enthusiastic teachers looking to ignite the imaginations of children aged 0 - 8 years.  Teachers must be reliable and prepared to commit for a minimum of 6 months.

Teachers will receive full training, ongoing support and complete class plans as well as excellent rates of pay.

Full clean driving licence, car and teaching / drama experience are essential due to the area covered and nature of work.  An Enhanced Theatrebugs CRB must be processed for successful applicants.

We are currently recruiting for Easter holiday workshops w/c 2nd April and w/c 9th April.  All applicants must be able to attend a training day in Wandsworth, London on Wednesday 7th March (9am - 5pm).

Sorry ...regular classes are not suitable for jobbing actors only cover, workshop and weekend work.

Please send up to day CV to hannahmason@theatrebugs.co.uk or contact Hannah on 07971 004134 or 01483 882244.

Kevljani, Bosnia

January 24th 2012

Dear Dramateachers.co.uk,

I am writing to you from an NGO called Most Mira (Bridge of Peace), which is a British and Bosnian registered charity that runs an annual youth arts festival in the village of Kevljani for around 400 children. A team of dedicated workshop leaders and trainee volunteers from Europe and Bosnia make all this possible. The aim of the festival is to create an independent social and cultural space where young people from a divided community can learn new arts skills and make new friends. The children who take part in the festival are aged 5-15 and are from a range of backgrounds including Bosnian, Serb, Croat and Roma, and some of them attend background specific schools

The Most Mira festival brings together artists from across Europe who are all passionate about using their creativity to inspire a love of the arts and peaceful ways of working together, more information about the festival and volunteer experiences can be found on our website: www.mostmiraproject.org This is the third year of the youth arts festival and we are recruiting talented arts workshop volunteers available from 3rd - 13th May to facilitate workshops in the following areas:

We ask that prospective arts workshop leaders for the 2012 children's festival request further details from the following e-mail address to ensure that they fit the requirements in the  role description in their covering letter and  attach a CV sent to info@mostmiraproject.org by February 10th 2012.

Many thanks for reading this,

Best wishes,

Laila Sumpton

Trustee and Volunteer Liaison

 Southampton,  England

January 3rd 2012

Musical Theatre Teachers required for Performing Arts School in Southampton SO31

I am looking for enthusiastic and creative freelance teachers to join our Saturday team. Must be experienced in musical theatre and commercial styles, with a talent for encouraging students and inspiring children.

Will be required to teach musical theatre based classes taking musicals and teaching vocals, script work and dance routines. Teachers will also be required to teach vocal warm-ups and technique as well as broad based classes.

We have approximately 60 children aged 4-16 attending on a Saturday morning split into age group classes. We offer a high standard of technique taking part in local festivals/competitions as well as regular shows.

Classes run from 9am - 12.30pm term time only.

Classes are held in the outskirts of Southampton in the SO31 postal code.

Positions available immediately, please e-mail a CV to laura@lauradunkleydance.com

Closing date 25th January 2012

Street, Somerset,  England

November 11th 2011

Hello

 I would like to place an advert for a part-time Drama Tutor in Street in Somerset.

I am looking for an enthusiastic and creative person, looking to become part of the Razz success story. Must be experienced in musical theatre and commercial styles, with a talent for encouraging students to be the best that they can be.

The position is self-employed, for three hours per week on Fridays, 4.30 to 7.30pm. Pay rate negotiable.

Anyone interested should contact me, Claire, on the number listed below or send their CV to street@razzamataz.co.uk.

If you require any further details, please ask.

Many Thanks,

Claire

September 26th 2011

London,  England

Theatrebugs "Confidence through Creativity"

We are currently recruiting freelance teachers to facilitate our music, drama and dance programme for under 8's in London. We are looking for fun loving, enthusiastic and committed teachers looking to ignite the imaginations of children aged 0-8 years. Teachers must be reliable and prepared to commit for a minimum of 6 months.

Teachers will receive full training, on-going support and complete class plans as well as excellent rates of pay.

Full, clean driving licence, car, enhanced CRB and teaching experience are useful but not essential.
Sorry... not suitable for jobbing actors.

Please contact enquiries@theatrebugs.co.uk for more information.

September 2nd  2011

Chester,  England

There is a position for  a professional artist/s with experience of running drama workshops for people with disabilities. It is important that the workshops provide the opportunity for people with disabilities to take part in,  lead and experience the arts in an equal, non-judgmental and accessible way. It would be of interest to have a varied approach to workshops with some project and issue based work.

You must be:

When

The post is to start as soon as possible. The sessions will be 1 and a half hours on a Friday morning 11 am - 12.30 pm in Chester.

Fee

A fee of £40-50/ session (dependant on experience) is available to include all prep, delivery of sessions and travel.

The Mulberry Centre

Adult social care directorate of Cheshire West and Chester council. It is a day centre providing support  during the day for adults  who have a learning disability/ multiple disabilities (moderate to severe) but may also have a range of physical disabilities. Carers will be at sessions  and to offer one to one support and care in some circumstances.

The centre is also currently involved  in dance and music projects. It is hoped that there will be future collaboration  opportunities  with other arts activities in the centre as well as involvement  in festival and community opportunities in the local area.

Cheshire West and Cheshire Arts and Festivals team is a partner of this organisation and helps to introduce professional artists to support Arts activities within day services.

These sessions will be open to other centre and service users  in the local area. (This will be managed by the Mulberry Centre.)

This centre has a black box theatre space which includes a sprung floor and some stage lighting. The centre is very passionate about arts and is highly committed to these sessions, being ongoing and taking up a core element of their "arts offer. " The centre also has a generous outdoor space which could be made use of in good weather.

There is also a high possibility of running a duplicate session at another centre in the Winsford/ Northwich area.

How to apply

To apply for either post you must:

Application is via a CV (including 2 references) and covering letter stating why you feel you are suitable for the position.

E-mail: artswest@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk

Tel: 01244 972679

The deadline for applications is Friday 16th September at 12 noon.

Interviews will be on Friday 23rd September

The Project starts on 30th September / 7th October

Successful applicants will hear from us by 26th September. Unsuccessful applicants will not be informed. We may keep applicants' information on file for possible future projects. Please inform us if you do not want this to happen.

August 29th  2011

Bracknell (and Neighbouring Areas), Berkshire, England

Theatrebugs (“Confidence Through Creativity”)

We are currently recruiting for freelance class, workshop and party leaders (male and female) to facilitate our music, drama and dance programme for the under 8's in Berkshire and the surrounding areas during term time, holidays and at weekends. 

We are looking for fun loving, energetic and enthusiastic teachers who have a passion to ignite the imagination of children. 

 Teachers must be reliable and also be prepared to commit for a minimum of 6 months.

Teachers will receive full training, on-going support and workshop and class plans as well as excellent rates of pay.

Full clean driving licence, car, enhanced CRB and teaching experience are preferable. 

The work is on an ad hoc self employed basis (possibly with full days being offered) and is around the Bracknell, Windsor , Wokingham, Camberley areas...It would be necessary to have a car!

Training will take place on 12th October in London and one other date to be arranged, which will be at a convenient time and held locally.  Please only apply if you can make the above date, as spaces are limited.  

Please apply directly with cv to anitagaskell@theatrebugs.co.uk or call 07779628869 to find out more details on the work involved as well as training and pay.

Please look at our website  theatrebugs.co.uk

 Anita Gaskell
Theatrebugs Bracknell

August 25th  2011

Wokingham, Berkshire, England

Freelance Drama Practitioners wanted.

For after school drama classes for ages 5-11 years covering Wokingham, Berkshire and surrounding areas.

Dramavoice, provides after school drama classes and we are looking for enthusiastic, reliable and imaginative individuals with experience working with primary age children.

Successful applicants will receive on- going support, class plans and excellent rates of pay.

 The classes will be on a regular basis following the school term. Practitioners need to be able to commit for a minimum of 6 months.

 Applicants should have an Enhanced CRB and own transport.

 To apply for the position, please email your CV to jnonis@hotmail.co.uk

 The deadline for applications is 8th September 2011

August 4th  2011

Swindon, Wiltshire, England

Rising Aspirations Academy of Performing Arts is looking for two enthusiastic drama teachers to join our children’s theatre school in Swindon, Wiltshire.

The two positions are for Saturdays (term-time only) and lesson times will vary between 9am and 1pm.

No PGCE or teaching qualification required, but proven skills in drama necessary.

To apply for the position, please email your CV to kathy@risingaspirations.co.uk.

Closing Date: Saturday 20th August 2011

August 3rd  2011

Edexcel is recruiting Visiting Examiners for GCE / GCSE Drama

Joining Edexcel’s Assessment Associate Team offers an opportunity to gain greater insight into the assessment of candidates.

If you are a qualified Drama teacher , this will enable you to enhance your expertise within the classroom and will assist you in preparing your students for their exams.

For more information about the role, fees, benefits and how to apply please visit:

www.edexcel.com/aa-recruitment

August 2nd  2011

Greater London (England)

Experienced drama workshop leaders required for primary schools in the Greater London region.

Freshwater Theatre Company is seeking experienced and passionate freelance drama workshop leaders based in London.
 
The company has been offering nursery and primary schools high quality, affordable and engaging drama opportunities to support the curriculum since 1996.  
See www.freshwatertheatre.co.uk for more about the company.
 
We are looking to recruit versatile performers with considerable experience single-handedly organising and leading large groups of school children, aged from 4 to 11, to facilitate workshop sessions involving role-play, storytelling and drama games.

We also require at least one person to lead our Modern Foreign Language Storytelling. You must be fluent in Spanish, French or German and ideally speak two of the aforementioned languages.

All applicants should have an Enhanced CRB or be prepared to undergo and pay for a CRB check before they can commence work.

The next audition will be in East London on Monday 5th September. Please only apply if you are available on that date and if you are very confident of being available for freelance work in London in the autumn term.
 
To apply, please visit www.freshwatertheatre.co.uk/jobs.html and fill out and send the application form along with your CV to:
 
jobs@freshwatertheatre.co.uk
Please mark emails in the subject line: Freshwater recruitment (followed by your name)
 
Deadline for applications is Wednesday 10th August 2011. Applications after this date will not be considered.

Join our E-list to find out about new workshops, special offers and free drama games! Email info@freshwatertheatre.co.uk for further details.


July 28th  2011

Oxfordshire/ Berkshire (England)

Experienced drama workshop leader required for primary schools in the Oxfordshire / Berkshire region.

Freshwater Theatre Company is seeking an experienced and passionate freelance drama workshop leader based in Oxfordshire or Berkshire.
 
The company has been offering nursery and primary schools high quality, affordable and engaging drama opportunities to support the curriculum since 1996.  
See www.freshwatertheatre.co.uk  for more about the company.
 
We are looking to recruit a versatile performer with considerable experience single-handedly organising and leading large groups of school children, aged from 4 to 11, to facilitate workshop sessions involving role-play, storytelling and drama games.

 All applicants should have an Enhanced CRB or be prepared to undergo and pay for a CRB check before they can commence work. The successful applicant will need to be a driver with access to a car.

The next audition will be in East London on Monday 5th September. Please only apply if you are available on that date and if you are very confident of being available for freelance work in the autumn term.
 
To apply, please visit www.freshwatertheatre.co.uk  and click on the link on the homepage. Please fill out and send the application form along with your CV to:
 
jobs@freshwatertheatre.co.uk
Please mark emails in the subject line: Freshwater recruitment (followed by your name)
 
The deadline for applications is Wednesday 10th August 2011. Applications after this date will not be considered.

July 20th  2011

Croydon, South London, England

Hi,

 I run Speech and Drama classes in Croydon, South London on Saturdays term time.

 I am looking for an assistant teacher from September.

 You would be required to team teach with me as well as take pupils in small groups independently.

 I prepare pupils for an end of term show, local drama festivals and LAMDA syllabus examinations.

 Ideally you would have knowledge of the LAMDA syllabus.

 This position would suit a student teacher or someone looking for teaching experience.

 Please contact me for further details on 07958978288 or at shanilaabbey@hotmail.com.

 Many thanks

 Shanila Taylor

July 15th  2011

Loughborough, England

Loughborough

 

01509 889 608

07932 623 005

www.theatretrain.co.uk

loughborough@theatretrain.co.uk

 DRAMA TEACHER VACANCY

 Type:            Part Time – 3 hrs every Saturday morning

Salary:             £45 per 3 hrs every Saturday

Location:            Limehurst High School, Loughborough

Start Date:       10th September 2011

 We are looking for a friendly, enthusiastic, outgoing drama teacher who is able to work in a team environment.  Previous theatre experience is useful but not essential.  Your job will be to take 3 separate classes of drama on a Saturday morning with 3 different age groups (6-9 year olds, 9-12 year olds and 12-18 year olds).  Classes take place in term time only and may require some Sunday work at show times.  We take part in one production per year either a small local show or large scale production on London West End stage or other large city.  We may also take part in small productions or promotional work at other times of the year.

 We also run classes in Derby in the afternoon so there is the potential for a full day’s work if interested.

    Applicants should have:

·       Previous teaching experience

·        An interest in musical theatre

·        Experience of working with children

·        Experience of performing yourselves and/or experience of running workshops/classes in the arts

·        Friendly and outgoing personality

 

Company description

 

Theatretrain provides Professional Training in the Performing Arts for young people aged 6 – 18.  Working as a team our weekly drama, dance and singing classes are fun, build confidence and develop the imagination.   As the company that loves to perform we provide many opportunities for ALL our pupils to perform in our local, regional and West End shows.   Our classes of acting, singing and dancing are taught in age groups 6-9, 9-12 and 13-18.  Our curriculum provides a step by step understanding of the performing arts and previous experience isn't necessary.  We have high expectations of our pupils and we ask for energy, enthusiasm and commitment in the work.  Our teachers are experienced professionals chosen for their experience and enthusiasm.  No audition is required and previous experience is not important.  We open our doors to all abilities.

 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Applicants for this post must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including reference checks with previous employers and a criminal record check with the Criminal Records Bureau.

 

If you are interested please post or e-mail your CV to Laura Turner using the contact details above.

 

July 15th  2011

Derby, England

Derby

 

01509 889 480

07932 623 005

www.theatretrain.co.uk

derby@theatretrain.co.uk

DRAMA TEACHER VACANCY

 Type:            Part Time – 3 hrs every Saturday afternoon

Salary:             £45 per 3 hrs every Saturday

Location:            Chellaston Academy, Derby

Start Date:       10th September 2011

 

We are looking for a friendly, enthusiastic, outgoing drama teacher who is able to work in a team environment.  Previous theatre experience is useful but not essential.  Your job will be to take 3 separate classes of drama on a Saturday afternoon with 3 different age groups (6-9 year olds, 9-12 year olds and 12-18 year olds).  Classes take place in term time only and may require some Sunday work at show times.  We take part in one production per year either a small local show or large scale production on London West End stage or other large city.  We may also take part in small productions or promotional work at other times of the year.

 

We also run classes in Loughborough in the morning so there is the potential for a full day’s work if interested.

 

Applicants should have:

 

·        Previous teaching experience

·        An interest in musical theatre

·        Experience of working with children

·        Experience of performing yourselves and/or experience of running workshops/classes in the arts

·        Friendly and outgoing personality

·        Ability to work as part of a team

 

Company description

 

Theatretrain provides Professional Training in the Performing Arts for young people aged 6 – 18.  Working as a team our weekly drama, dance and singing classes are fun, build confidence and develop the imagination.   As the company that loves to perform we provide many opportunities for ALL our pupils to perform in our local, regional and West End shows.   Our classes of acting, singing and dancing are taught in age groups 6-9, 9-12 and 13-18.  Our curriculum provides a step by step understanding of the performing arts and previous experience isn't necessary.  We have high expectations of our pupils and we ask for energy, enthusiasm and commitment in the work.  Our teachers are experienced professionals chosen for their experience and enthusiasm.  No audition is required and previous experience is not important.  We open our doors to all abilities.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Applicants for this post must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including reference checks with previous employers and a criminal record check with the Criminal Records Bureau.

If you are interested please post or e-mail your CV to Laura Turner using the contact details above

July 3rd  2011

Budapest, Hungary

DramaWorks Theatre School is looking for a teacher to start September 2011. Teaching various ages from kindergarten through to adult. Experience of teaching ESL would be an advantage.

For more information please send your C.V to Faye Gábor contact@dramaworks.hu

Faye Gábor (U.K)
(Director)
DramaWorks KFT
Tel: (1) 339-4404 / (20) 316-7268
www.dramaworks.hu
contact@dramaworks.hu

 
June 16th  2011

Clapham/ Wandsworth (London) England

A Drama Practitioner is required for Debutots in Clapham/Wandsworth area.

Debutots is a unique blend of interactive storytelling and dramatic play for  6 months to 7 years. We work with schools, nurseries, children's centres and in local venues nationwide. We are looking for someone to join our team in South West London and deliver our fabulous classes across the region. Successful applicants will receive full training. We provide complete class plans for each session and provide excellent rates of pay. Hours are fixed across the week but will grow as our business expands- this will suit someone who is used to working as a freelancer or part-time.

We are looking for energetic, reliable and imaginative individuals with a genuine desire to work with the early years age group. Your own transport, an enhanced CRB check and previous experience with this age group are beneficial. We are looking for practitioners who can commit for a minimum of 6 months. Resting actors who cannot commit need not apply.  Please send your CV to Rachel Bark-Jones at rachel@debutots.co.uk

www.debutots.co.uk
22a Louisville Road
London SW17 8RW

Rachel Bark-Jones
Debutots Early Years Drama
22a Louisville Road, London, SW17 8RW
www.debutots.co.uk
rachel@debutots.co.uk
0208 672 5963

June 10th  2011

North Yorkshire, England

Hello

My name is Lindsay Goakes and I am the Principal of the Helen O’Grady Drama Academy in North Yorkshire.

I am looking for an enthusiastic, energetic drama teacher to join our dedicated team of teachers.

This is a permanent, part time position teaching creative drama to children aged 5-17.

Classes are held from 4.00-7.00 each day. We supply all lesson plans and curriculum. Full training is given.

Please could all interested people contact me by e-mail york@helenogrady.co.uk.

Many thanks


Kind regards


Lindsay Goakes

PRINCIPAL

www.helenogrady.co.uk

york@helenogrady.co.uk

March 25th  2011

Shipley, West Yorkshire, England

At the Wilson Centre of Performing Arts we are looking to recruit a new Drama and Singing Teacher to join the existing team.

The post is to teach 5-18 year olds general Drama and Singing classes, plus a class for adults.
 
Previous experience of teaching is essential. Must be reliable, dedicated, fun and good natured.
Also experience in the  direction of annual shows would be an advantage.
 
This is a permanent part-time position, offering 5 1/2 hours teaching on  Wednesday evenings starting at 4.30 pm.
 
This post needs to be filled as soon as possible.
 

If interested please contact wilsoncentredance@hotmail.com for further information

March 22nd  2011

Edexcel is Recruiting Drama Moderators

Being a moderator can inspire fresh ideas and new approaches to teaching and keep you in touch with developments in education.

If you are a teacher it will offer you an insight into national standards and help you to better prepare your students for their exams. 

 The moderation period is between May and July. Our moderators receive full training and support and can expect to earn up to £800 for an allocation of coursework.

 For more information, or to apply for this role, please visit our GCE Drama vacancy page.

 If you have any queries email them to us at aaresourcing@edexcel.com 

March 14th 2011

Guildford, Surrey, England
 

Freelance drama positions at Theatrebugs, Guildford.

Theatrebugs (“Confidence Through Creativity”)

We are currently recruiting for freelance workshop and party leaders (male) to facilitate our music, drama and dance programme for the under 8's in Guildford and the surrounding areas during holidays and at weekends. 

We are looking for fun loving, energetic and enthusiastic teachers who have a passion to ignite the imagination of children.  Teachers must be reliable and prepared to commit for a minimum of 6 months.

Teachers will receive full training, on-going support and workshop plans as well as excellent rates of pay.

Full clean driving licence, car, enhanced CRB and teaching experience are preferable.  As the work is on a casual but regular basis please feel free for jobbing actors to apply!

Training will take place on Friday 6th May in London.  Please only apply if you can make these dates as spaces are limited.  A contribution towards training may be requested but this will be reimbursed after 6 months of working for the company.

Please apply directly to hannahmason@theatrebugs.co.uk or call 01428 606937 to find out more details on the work involved as well as training.

Hannah Mason
Theatrebugs Guildford
Altyre House
Church Lane
Grayshott
Surrey, GU26 6LY

t: 01428 606937
m: 07971004134
e: hannahmason@theatrebugs.co.uk
w: theatrebugs.co.uk/surrey.html

3 day Easter holiday workshops 11th - 21st April in Chiddingfold, Frensham, Godalming, Ripley & Worplesdon - 20% early 'bug' booking discount available! See website for full details.

March 13th 2011

Swindon, Wiltshire, England

Rising Aspirations Academy of Performing Arts is looking for a well-motivated and skilled drama teacher to join our small team in Swindon, Wiltshire.

This is an exciting opportunity to become part of a developing theatre school.

The successful candidate will be required to teach two classes every Saturday (term time only) between 10am and 1pm.

No PGCE or teaching qualification required, but proven skills in drama necessary.

To apply for the position, please email your CV to kathy@risingaspirations.co.uk.

Closing Date:
 Monday 11th April 2011

February 25th 2011

Warminster, Wiltshire, England

We are looking for a drama coach to join our team of professionals in this brand new theatre arts school. The candidate should be an enthusiastic actor/director with a passion for the performing arts. No experience in teaching needed as full support will be given with the job but experience in working with children is an advantage. 

You would need to be available from 10am-1pm on Saturdays during term time.

 See www.actstheatreschool.com or e-mail: vacancies@actstheatreschool.com for more information

 Thank you.

Mr Chris Turner 

February 23rd 2011

London, England

Are you passionate about drama & able to inspire a room full of children?

 What is P’zazz?

P’zazz runs vibrant & exciting performing arts & art clubs in primary schools.  We have 50 clubs across the UK with 800 children a week.

 We have an opening for 2 drama teachers: one in London N1 4DG and one in Stanmore. Both are for after-school clubs of an hour each. In addition, once we have found the right candidates, we’ll offer “Drama with P’zazz” to other local schools at times to fit in with the teacher’s other commitments.

 What does a Drama with P’zazz Leader do?

A Drama with P’zazz Leader takes the session in a way that makes acting fun & inspirational. He/she has total responsibility for the group (he/she is normally the only adult). He/she liaises with school staff & the P’zazz office to enable the smooth running of the week-by-week group & runs 2 performances at the end of term – 1 for the parents & 1 for the school.

 What qualities are needed to be a P’zazz Leader?

1.        First & foremost, you are passionate about drama & children.

2.        You are able to encourage the children to improvise and also to work together towards a small play / part of a play to perform at the end of each term . You are able to adapt what you

           teach  to  the needs of the children in the group.

3.        You have a great sense of fun – you are able to inject wit and humour into the sessions you run.

4.        You have excellent communication skills. You are able to put the children at ease and make drama fun whilst keeping control of the group.

5.        You are able to work independently & take full responsibility for your own groups.

6.        You are able to run performances for parents & pupils.

7.        You are able to liaise with school staff to make the logistics of the group work.

8.        You are able to travel to school locations & are happy to be CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) checked.

 How do I find out more?

If you live within 10 miles of the above vacancies, please ring or email The P’zazz Office and we will be delighted to answer your questions and/or send you an application pack.

Esther Boughton

Managing Director

P'zazz

01923 221527

www.p-zazz.co.uk

84 Valley Walk

Croxley Green

Rickmansworth

Herts WD3 3TG

 February 7th 2011

Reading, England

A Drama Practitioner is required for Debutots in Reading.

Debutots is a unique blend of interactive storytelling and dramatic play for  6 months to 7 years. We work with schools, nurseries, children's centres and in local venues nationwide. We are looking for someone to join our team in Reading and deliver our fabulous classes across the region. Successful applicants will receive full training. We provide complete class plans for each session and provide excellent rates of pay. Hours are fixed across the week but will grow as our business expands- this will suit someone who is used to working as a freelancer or part-time in school terms.

We are looking for energetic, reliable and imaginative individuals with a genuine desire to work with the early years age group. Your own transport, an enhanced CRB check and previous experience with this age group are beneficial. We are looking for practitioners who can commit for a minimum of 6 months. Resting actors who cannot commit need not apply.

Rachael Cunningham
Debutots Early Years Drama
18 North Street, Caversham, RG4 8JA
www.debutots.co.uk
0118 9472698

February 1st 2011

Liverpool, England

We would like to recruit a new Drama Teacher to join the existing team. The post is to teach 7-18 year olds general drama classes.

You will need to be available to start in March 2011. This is a permanent part time position. Initially, we offer 4 hours per week on Saturdays.

Ideally, you will have Drama qualification. Previous experience of teaching is a must. Must be reliable, dedicated, fun and good natured. A full CRB is also needed.

Performers Theatre School

We Act, We Dance, We Sing

 [t] 0151 708 4000

[w] www.performerstheatre.co.uk

November 4th 2010

Blackburn, Lancashire, England

A position for a Drama and Musical Theatre teacher has become available at a well known and established part time theatre school in Blackburn , Lancashire.

The applicant must be qualified to teach both drama and musical theatre (singing) to pupils aged 6 - 16yrs

The post is a permanent position and is for Saturdays from 9am - 2pm approx. 

It is an advantage if the applicant has experience, but must be well trained and know their work if not.

The applicant must be: reliable, punctual, hardworking, dedicated, fun and good natured. A full CRB is also needed

Maternity cover also needed throughout the week from February 2011. If interested please contact info@bernesetheatredance.co.uk for further info

October 28th 2010

Northern Bosnia

Dear Sir/Madam,

I would like to forward a recruitment advert to your organisation for the Most Mira Youth Arts Festival in Northern Bosnia.

We are looking for talented artists with experience leading participatory workshops with children to volunteer at the festival running from the 13th-22nd May 2011. Our emphasis is on helping bring together the first post-war generation and in making the arts fun and accessible for children. There is more information available on our website at 
www.mostmiraproject.org

We would be very grateful if you could circulate this advert and the attached application form to the relevant people.

Best Regards,

Most Mira Volunteer Team

October 18th 2010

 London, England

 Drama teacher Position at Theatrebugs North, North West London.

Theatrebugs (“Confidence Through Creativity”)

We are currently recruiting freelance teachers to facilitate our music, drama and dance programme for under 8’s in North and North West London. 

We are looking for fun loving, enthusiastic teachers looking to ignite the imagination of children aged 0 – 8 years of age.  Teachers must be reliable and prepared to commit for a minimum of 6 months.

Teachers will receive full training, on-going support and complete class plans as well as excellent pay.

Full clean driving licence, car, enhanced CRB and teaching experience are useful but not essential. 

Not suitable for jobbing actors, however we do provide parties for children at weekends and actors are welcome to apply for this work.

Please apply to philippagranek@theatrebugs.co.uk

September 11th 2010

North Finchley,  London, England

Drama teacher required for a year 7 and 8 Drama group at Wren Academy, North Finchley, London N12.

The vacancy is for a weekly session on a Tuesday from 2.50-3.50, term time only. The session is part of the schools enrichment project. The hourly rate is £27.

Wren Academy is a new school with an outstanding Ofsted report.

 
If you are interested please contact Sophie Leader, Head of Drama at sophie.leader@wrenacademy.org or alternaltively telephone the school on 0208 492 6000.

September 8th 2010

Congleton, Cheshire,  England

Stagecoach Theatre Arts School based in Congleton, Cheshire is looking for an exceptional drama teacher able to inspire and motivate its students.

The position is for three hours per week on Fridays from 4.30pm - 7.30pm and you will need to teach the full age range from age 6 up to 17 years.  Only teachers
qualified to degree or diploma level or with considerable industry experience will be considered. 

You must be able to teach performance skills to the full range of abilities: from those needing to develop more confidence to those considering a career in the performing arts.

Please email a copy of your CV with contact phone number to
congleton@stagecoach.co.uk
 

September 6th 2010

London,  England

 ACTiv-8 works in Education, Performance, Training and Events.  Actors (m/f) currently required to lead workshops.  Variety of work available teaching Drama, Dance, Debating, Yoga etc.   Excellent rates of pay for Actors with relevant experience.  Interviews to be held in September.

 Contact: The Director, ACTiv-8, 69 Woodlands Road, Isleworth, TW7 6JX

Hampshire,  England

Part time musical drama classes in Basingstoke and Alton need Teachers and Teaching Assistants.

Classes on Thursdays and Fridays after school and on Saturday mornings.
Classes run by two or three staff with up to 20 children of primary school age. Mix of staff depends on qualifications and experience so both Teachers and Assistants needed. 

Musical/drama/dance skills an advantage but not necessarily essential.
Keyboard playing skills an advantage.

Pay between £6 and £40 per hour depending on skills and experience.

Further information at www.strictlyshowtime.co.uk

Please send CV or direct further enquiries to us at bookings@strictlyshowtime.co.uk

Or call Ian or Jenny on 01420 88480

July 14th 2010

London and the Home Counties,  England

Theatrebugs (" Confidence through Creativity")

We are currently recruiting Freelance Teachers to facilitate our Music, Dance and Drama programme for under eights in London and the Home Counties.

 We are looking for fun loving, enthusiastic Teachers looking to ignite the imaginations of children aged 0-8 years.

Teachers must be reliable and prepared to commit for a minimum of 6 months.

Teachers will receive full training, ongoing support and  complete class plans as well as excellent pay .

Full clean driving licence, car, enhanced CRB and teaching experience are useful but not essential. Not suitable for jobbing actors.

 We are also looking for a Part Time Manager/ Part Time Teacher for a full time job starting in September 2010.

 Please send CVs and covering  letters to enquiries@theatrebugs.co.uk

 www.theatrebugs.co.uk

02073502995

June 20th 2010

Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, England

The Peacocks Schools for Performing Arts are planning to open their first school in mid September 2010 in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.

We are currently looking for a  Drama Teacher and a Music Teacher (Two Positions)

Responsibilities

Some of the responsibilities of a Teacher include:

Our staff will be selected based on the following criteria and we are looking for staff members who are:

They also are:

Having a drama background will be an advantage

All staff members must have experience teaching children between the ages of 4 and 16 years. All staff members are required to have:

If you are interested in one of these positions, please download the application form from our website:

www.thepeacocks.info , complete it and send it with a covering  letter before July 15th to: 1 Grove Street, Mirfield. West Yorkshire, WF14 0QY. Phone: 01924-480 372. E-mail: mail@thepeacocks.info

May 23rd 2010

Swindon, Wiltshire, England

Rising Aspirations Academy of Performing Arts are looking for a well-motivated and skilled drama teacher to join our small team in Swindon, Wiltshire.

This is an exciting opportunity to become part of a developing part-time theatre school.

The successful candidate will be required to teach three classes every Saturday (term time only) from 10am – 1pm.

No PGCE or teaching qualification required, but proven skills in drama necessary.

To apply or for more information, please telephone 01793 703930.

Closing Date: Wednesday 30th June 2010

March 17th 2010

Manchester, England

The Nicholson Academy are seeking an experienced drama teacher to lead drama workshops at our busy dance school.

The successful candidate will be required to teach 2 fun filled action packed drama work shops to children aged 4 years and over on Saturday mornings 10.30 - 11.45 with the scope to increase hours as the workshops become more established.

All candidates must have at least 12 months experience in teaching children and also have a current CRB check.

The fee for the workshops are £15.00 per hour.

Please email your CV to Natasha@nicholsonacademyoftheatredance.co.uk or telephone 07967807532

March 11th 2010

Birmingham, England

Hello,

 I've advertised on your website previously, looking for staff- and actually found out about the franchise I currently run through the website also. So what better way to advertise the sale of said school, than on the website that helped me to  establish it.

 The Paul Nicholas School of Acting have an exciting established school franchise opportunity available for the right person.

 The school, in Birmingham, has a great reputation in the area, with good established links with local schools, a very cheap excellent venue where classes are held and approximately 50 children attending every week all paying monthly.

 A new franchise with any drama school can cost between seven and fifteen thousand pounds, with no children, no reputation and no accounts to prove its worth.

We are currently awaiting a valuation of the business, which will be settled after the end of the current tax year, but we are prepared to accept in the region of around fifteen to eighteen thousand pounds.

Remember this is for a fully developed children's acting school with children, access to premises, an initial start up pack of advertising materials, and the price includes training with head office on accounts and teaching and also a new CRB check.

This is a great business with a proven track record of consistent profits.

I am only looking to sell due to plans to move abroad.

 I am not mentioning the exact location of the school in order to protect its current reputation and keep the business consistent. We do not want students to be alarmed that the school may be changing hands.

 If you would like any more information you can email the current principal at pnsabham@hotmail.co.uk

March 9th 2010

Cambridge, England

Drama Teacher Required for New Theatre School

Job Description

·         Teach Ages 4-16 years

·         Special Curriculum

·         Self-Employed

·         3-4 Hours Per Sat

Specifications

·         Current Teaching Qualification/Teaching Experience

·         Must be at least 18 years +

·         The ability to teach both musical theatre and pop/commercial styles essential

·         Must have motivation, passion and commitment

·         Driving License/reliable transport access

·         Advantage – all rounder; able to teach 4-5 years in every discipline of Drama, Singing and Dance

Please send CV and covering letter to Cambridge@razzamataz.co.uk for consideration.

February 24th 2010

Sutton Coldfield, Tamworth and Lichfield, England

Debutots Early Years Drama is looking to recruit a freelance drama practitioner to work with children aged 1 – 7 in Sutton Coldfield, Tamworth & Lichfield.

We are looking for energetic, reliable and imaginative individuals with a genuine desire to work with the early years age group. Your own transport is essential. An enhanced CRB check and previous experience with this age group are beneficial. We are looking for practitioners who can commit for a minimum of 6 months. Resting actors who cannot commit need not apply.

Successful applicants will receive full training and we provide complete class plans and excellent rates of pay.

Please send your full CV to stephanie@debutots.co.uk

Kind regards,

Stephanie Miles

 Stephanie Miles
Debutots Early Years Drama,
27 Bradgate Drive, Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield, B74 4XG
Tel: 0121 352 1069
www.debutots.co.uk

February 1st 2010

Edexcel is recruiting Senior Examiners for GCE Drama

 Edexcel currently have a vacancy for a Chair of Examiners to join our senior assessment teams for GCE Drama.

 A Chair of Examiners maintains standards within a subject across different specifications from year to year and will be responsible for maintaining standards in a subject or group of subjects across different syllabi and methods of assessment from year to year.

All senior examiners receive comprehensive training and support throughout the assessment process.

To apply and view role descriptions, please visit www.edexcel.com/aa-recruitment and select ‘vacancies’ and then click on ‘GCE’.

Closing date for applications: is 26 February 2010

Experience/Qualifications needed

·       You will have a degree or equivalent.
·       You will be a qualified teacher.
·       You will have experience of managing people
·       You will have substantial experience of teaching and assessing the relevant subject and level

Competencies required

·       You will have the ability to work well under pressure.
·       You will have the ability to meet deadlines.
·       You will be a good communicator

Please email aaresourcing.relations@edexcel.com with any queries.

Regards

Dwayne Grizzle  

__________________________________________________

AA Recruitment Advisor

Edexcel

www.edexcel.com

One90 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7BH

__________________________________________________

Edexcel is a Pearson company

North London, England

January 11th 2010

DRAMA CLASSROOM ASSISTANT VOLUNTEER REQUIRED

 Want to gain experience working with children aged 4yrs-6yrs in the performing arts?

 You must be confident with children and help and support them with their

activities during class.   Performing arts experience not essential but preferable. Enthusiasm is needed.

 This post will require a CRB check.

 Hours 9-10.30am or 1.15-2.45pm, Saturdays during term time (travel expenses paid). North London based school.

 For more information, please e-mail your CV ASAP to highgate@stagecoach.co.uk

 November 18th 2009

Visiting Examiner vacancies with Edexcel

Edexcel is recruiting Drama Teachers for the role of a Visiting Examiner for the GCSE 2010 examination series.
Joining Edexcel’s Assessment Associate Team offers an opportunity to gain greater insight into the assessment of candidates.

If you are a qualified Drama teacher, this will enable you to enhance your expertise within the classroom and will assist you in preparing your students for their exams.

If you have any questions about becoming a Visiting Examiner, please feel free to email me at rachel.levy@edexcel.com.


For more information about the role, fees, benefits and how to apply, please visit: www.edexcel.com/aa-recruitment

Many thanks and kind regards,

Rachel Levy

AA Recruitment Assistant

One90 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7BH

T: +44 (0)20 7190 5218
E: rachel.levy@edexcel.com

Norwich  (England)

November 14th 2009

A new and exciting performance academy in Norwich, Norfolk is looking for a part time Drama teacher for children aged 7-12 years old, to start immediately.

Great opportunity!

Please email Rachel at greasepaintacademy@yahoo.co.uk for further details.

 South West London (England)

September 29th 2009

Freelance Drama Practitioner wanted.

Debutots Early Years Drama are recruiting freelance drama practitioners to work with children aged 1 - 7 in the South West London area.

Successful applicants will receive full training, complete class plans and excellent rates of pay.

We are looking for energetic, reliable and imaginative individuals with a genuine desire to work with the early years age group.

Your own transport, an enhanced CRB check and previous experience with this age group are beneficial. We are looking for practitioners who can commit for a minimum of 6 months.  Resting actors who cannot commit need not apply.

Please send your full CV  and a covering letter to: rachel@debutots.co.uk

Many thanks

Rachel

Rachel Bark-Jones
Debutots Early Years Drama
22a Louisville Road, London, SW17 8RW
www.debutots.co.uk
rachel@debutots.co.uk
0208 672 5963

Newport (South Wales)

September 24th 2009

Get a head start in the arts with a stARTupplacement

Newport, South Wales TARGET (Theatre Arts: Get Involved) is looking for volunteers to take part in the first series of stARTup placements.  Would suit trainee teachers with specific drama interests, actors looking for teaching experience or work with children, NQTs wanting to improve confidence and performance skills or anyone hoping to broaden their career or add to their CV.

The placements are designed for people with limited qualifications and experience to try their hands at running drama productions and workshops in local schools and youth groups (Early Years and Foundation Phase). 

TARGET works to promote involvement in the performing arts by encouraging young people to pursue performing arts hobbies, education and careers.  The stARTup placements are designed to appeal to those attempting to break into the performing arts/education fields, by offering them the ‘on the job’ experience that is so desirable to today’s employers.

Commitment is one afternoon a week (Wednesdays) for two terms: one term of rehearsals and devising and one term of performance and teaching.  The placements are unpaid but travel costs can be negotiated.  Proposed start date is January 2010.

Applicants should be enthusiastic, reliable and professional.  Skills/experience in drama, dance, music, script writing, costumes, teaching, work with children or English literature are helpful but, due to the nature of the placements, not obligatory.  Every applicant will be considered regardless of qualifications or experience. A fully enhanced CRB will be required but can be completed through TARGET.  All applicants for stARTup placements must be 18 years or over.

For more details, please contact us: 07531 150199 or enquiries@target-arts.org

Lincolnshire (England)

September 18th 2009

Freelance Drama Practitioner wanted.

Debutots Early Years Drama are recruiting freelance drama practitioners to work with children aged 0 - 7 in Lincolnshire.

Successful applicants will receive full training, complete class plans and excellent rates of pay.

We are looking for energetic, reliable and imaginative individuals with a genuine desire to work with the early years age group.

Your own transport, an enhanced CRB check and previous experience with this age group are beneficial. We are looking for practitioners who can commit for a minimum of 6 months.  Resting actors who cannot commit need not apply.

Please send your full CV  and a covering letter to: vicky@debutots.co.uk

Victoria Ashberry
Debutots Early Years Drama,
20 Cambridge Ave
Lincoln
LN1 1LS
Tel: 01522 390369
www.debutots.co.uk

North Aberdeenshire (Scotland)

September 17th 2009

Our franchisees are recruiting freelance drama practitioners to work with children aged 6months – 7 years.in the following area: North Aberdeenshire, including, Fraserburgh, Peterhead, Ellon, Banff and Turriff (Scotland).

Successful applicants will receive full training and we provide complete class plans and excellent rates of pay.

We are looking for energetic, reliable and imaginative individuals with a genuine desire to work with the early years age group. Your own transport, an enhanced CRB check and previous experience with this age group are beneficial. We are looking for practitioners who can commit for a minimum of 6 months. Resting actors who cannot commit need not apply.

Please send your full CV to: dorothy@debutots.co.uk

London (England)

August 10th 2009

Hi

I am an aspiring actress from Russia and now living in London.

I am really anxious to take acting classes and am looking for a Russian speaking or understanding drama teacher  for either personal training or  group training.
 
Please contact me nika_smi@yahoo.com
 
 I will be looking forward to hearing from you!
 
Best Regards,

Marinika


 

Norwich (England)

June 17th 2009

Hi!

I currently run a dance school in Norwich. I'm an ex professional dancer and have worked in theatre/musicals for 16 years. I relocated to Norwich last year and took over an existing school. I want to start up Dance/Drama/Singing workshops term time and am looking for a Drama teacher. The position is starting in September and will be ongoing. Preferably someone who can enter children for LAMDA exams, but not essential. Great rates of pay.

Please contact me at katyc7772@hotmail.com.

Many thanks,

Katy Carroll.

Manchester (England)

June 7th 2009

Enthusiastic drama teacher sought for well established dance school in Manchester. Will  initially be workshop based (Saturday mornings) depending upon the availability of the right candidate. 
Ultimately would like to offer regular weekly group classes to children grouped as Primary (approx 4 - 8); Junior  (9 - 13); initally with the scope to expand further with demand and also with a goal to working long term towards LAMDA or equivalent exam syllabus and regular show cases. 

Any interested candiate please either call Natasha on 07967 807532 or email your CV to natasha@NicholsonAcademyOfTheatreDance.co.uk
 

South Birmingham (England)

May 11th 2009

 The Paul Nicholas School of Acting South Birmingham are looking to recruit an Actor / very experienced Drama Teacher to teach new Adult classes for our school.

We may also have a vacancy for someone to teach our children's classes as well from September.

Teachers must be willing to write their own lesson plans covering a wide range of topics; and be prepared to co-ordinate a performance at least once a year.

Classes will be during the evenings and at weekends.

Initially our adult class will be a 2 hr lesson once a week  in the Northfield area.  Wages are £20 an hour.

Unfortunately due to the nature of the class, I am looking for experienced Performers / Teachers, and therefore will not consider students for this particular  role. However I am happy to receive c.vs from all ages with regards to the post involving the  teaching of children that may become available in September.
 
We are also looking to recruit Teachers of Dance, in contemporary, street dance, jazz and hip hop. (Will consider other styles i.e rock and roll, musical theatre) - for our childrens classes.)
 
All interested applicants should contact the Principal Caroline McCarthy on 0121 243 1102 or email a c.v or some information about their experience to
pnsabham@hotmail.co.uk

March 5th 2009

Futures Theatre Company are looking to expand their pool of freelance drama workshop leaders. 

 

 If you are interested and experienced in using drama to engage children and young people in and out of educational settings contact us for further details on how to apply on info@futurestheatrecompany.co.uk.

 

Deadline: 12th March 2009

 

Futures require workshop leaders to be CRB checked.  

February 27th 2009

Doncaster (England)

Drama Coach – Fixed Term Contract- Doncaster Based Drama School

Due to maternity leave, a Doncaster based drama school is looking for a qualified and experienced Drama Coach. Working with children from ages 4 to 14, the successful candidate should be able to demonstrate that they can plan fun and engaging lessons. The contract is  initially for 12 weeks and drama workshops  take place on Friday evenings between 5-8pm.  The term dates start Friday 24th April- Friday 10th July 2009. The lessons are age specific and the successful candidate should be reliable and committed. If you are applying for this post you should hold a CRB and first aid qualification as well as holding public liability insurance.

Drama Kidz also run a partnership summer school which will also be offered to the successful applicant, or separate applications can be made for this post. The summer school is teaching children aged 8-11 and the sessions will be taught over a 3 day period on the 20th, 21st & 22nd July 2009.

There may be the opportunity for the contract to be renewed for the following autumn-winter term. Excellent rates of pay. 

To apply, please send a covering letter and your CV to: The Principal. Drama Kidz. 28 Sandbeck Road, Bennethorpe, Doncaster, DN4 5EU

Closing date: Friday 20th March

Drama Kidz have other contracts coming up in the future so please also send CV to hold on our database for future projects. 

 Contract Period:  12 weeks, starting 24th April to 10th July 09

 Should you require any further information please contact Kerry Marshall 07981789787 / ( 01302 760834) Applications can also be sent to  kezexpress@yahoo.co.uk.

February 10th 2009

Swindon and surrounding areas (England)

Debutots Early Years Drama  are recruiting freelance drama practitioners to work with children aged 1 – 7 in Swindon, Chippenham and Malmesbury.

Successful applicants will receive full training and we provide complete class plans and excellent rates of pay.

We are looking for energetic, reliable and imaginative individuals with a genuine desire to work with the early years age group.

Your own transport, an enhanced CRB check and previous experience with this age group are beneficial.

We are looking for practitioners who can commit for a minimum of 6 months. Resting actors who cannot commit need not apply.

This role will be part time initially, with the potential to expand the hours to suit your commitments.

Please send your full CV to:
jenni@debutots.co.uk

We look forward to hearing from you!

January 29th 2009

Sutton Coldfield, Lichfield, Walsall, Tamworth (England)

Debutots Early Years Drama  are recruiting freelance drama practitioners to work with children aged 1 – 7 in Sutton Coldfield, Tamworth, Lichfield & Walsall.

Successful applicants will receive full training and we provide complete class plans and excellent rates of pay.

We are looking for energetic, reliable and imaginative individuals with a genuine desire to work with the early years age group.

Your own transport, an enhanced CRB check and previous experience with this age group are beneficial.

We are looking for practitioners who can commit for a minimum of 6 months. Resting actors who cannot commit need not apply.

This role will be part time initially, with the potential to expand the hours to suit your commitments.

Classes are held within school hours Monday to Friday.


Please send your full CV to:
stephanie@debutots.co.uk

We look forward to hearing from you!

January 20th 2009

Peterborough, Stamford, Spalding and Rutland ( England)

Debutots Early Years Drama  

We are looking for Freelance Drama Practitioners to work with children aged 1 – 7 in Peterborough, Stamford, Spalding and Rutland.

Successful applicants will receive full training and we provide complete class plans and excellent rates of pay.

We are looking for energetic,reliable and imaginative individuals with a genuine desire to work with the early years age group.

Your own transport, an enhanced CRB check and previous experience with this age group are beneficial.

 

We are looking for practitioners who can commit for a minimum of 6 months. Resting actors who cannot commit need not apply.

If you are interested and would like more information contact paula@debutots.co.uk with CV and covering letter.

Paula Frew 
Debutots Early Years Drama,
32 Churchfield Close,

Deeping St James,

Peterborough PE6 8PP 

Tel: 01733 788148 – paula@debutots.co.uk 
www.debutots.co.uk

 January 17th 2009

North London, England

Freelance Drama Practioners Wanted.

Debutots Early Years Drama franchisee is recruiting freelance drama practitioners to work with children aged 1 – 7 in the North London area.

Successful applicants will receive full training and we provide complete class plans and excellent rates of pay.

We are looking for energetic, reliable and imaginative individuals with a genuine desire to work with the early years age group.

Your own transport, an enhanced CRB check and previous experience with this age group are beneficial. We are looking for practitioners who can commit for a minimum of 6 months.  Resting actors who cannot commit need not apply.

If you are interested in applying please contact jennifer@debutots.co.uk with your CV and a covering letter.

Many thanks

Jennifer

Jennifer David
Debutots Early Years Drama
67 Osier Crescent
London N10 1QS
Tel: 020 8442 2380

www.debutots.co.uk

 December 9th 2008

Shanghai, China

Kids’ Gallery is an Arts Centre that teaches visual, performing, language and communication arts to children aged 2 to 16 years.

It was founded in 1996 and now has 6 centres around Asia.

For more information, please visit www.kidsgallery.com

We are currently recruiting for the following position, to be located in Shanghai, China:

Performing Arts Teacher

Description:

To teach children between the ages of 2-16 years performing arts including speech & drama, musical theatre, dance and singing.

Requirements:

1. Native English speaker

2. Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Performing Arts, preferably in Musical Theatre

3. Experience teaching children in one or more forms of performing arts and developing curriculum

4. Familiarity with RAD Ballet syllabus a plus

5. Minimum 1- year commitment

If you have the relevant qualifications and would like to work as part of an international and creative team, please send your CV and expected salary to: infoshanghai@kidsgallery.com

November 5th 2008

Edexcel Senior Assessment Positions

Principal Moderators – GCSE Drama

Are you are looking for a challenge, an opportunity to help improve student attainment and continued professional development?

Edexcel is looking for outstanding individuals to take the lead in our new GCSE specifications in Drama which have been redeveloped as part of the wider 14-19 education reform programme.

As a Principal Moderator, you will be responsible for:

The ideal candidates will have experience of teaching Drama and some team leading/management experience.

If you are interested in the being part of the GCSE Drama senior team please visit: Application form and select ‘GCSE 2009’ to apply and view Role description. When completing an application form, please quote GCSE09/2

Edexcel is committed to equality of opportunity for all.

Kind regards

Dwayne Grizzle

October 20th 2008

The DFL Group offers after-school drama clubs to a number of schools in the South Bucks and Hertforshire area.
 
We are always on the look out for good drama, dance and singing teachers to join our small dedicated and fun team.
 
We offer great rates of pay, and give in-house training and even sponsorship for professional development if required.
 
You will need a car, a CRB check and of course, be enthusiastic, reliable, punctual and positive in your outlook.
 
To find our more, please contact Coral Ash on 01494 762130 or e-mail us at:  dfldramaforlife@tiscali.co.uk

September 26th  2008

Dear  Sir/Madam
We are currently recruiting visiting moderators for Art and Design and Drama GCSE and GCE. You may like to consider this role as an addition to any work you are currently undertaking.

Moderation involves reviewing candidates’ work/activities in order to determine whether the marks awarded by the teacher-examiner are in accordance with the agreed assessment criteria and Edexcel’s procedures.

Typically a visiting moderator will be required to:

New moderators will be invited to attend a pre-standardisation and a standardisation day during February-April 2009.
Please follow the link to the role description: http://associates.edexcel.org.uk/home/dr/visiting/
In order to apply you need to complete the online application form on our website at: 
http://www.edexcelonline.co.uk/eie/Recruitment/MainForm.aspx

If you have any queries please contact me.

Kind regards
Dwayne Grizzle  
__________________________________________________
Recruitment Advisor
Edexcel
www.edexcel.org.uk
One90 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7BH
T: +44 (0)20 7190 4582| F: +44 (0)20 7190 XXXX
E: dwayne.grizzle@edexcel.org.uk
__________________________________________________

September 17th  2008

Glastonbury (Hampshire) England

I run a part time theatre school in Andover Hampshire and am currently seeking staff while a couple of actors who teach for me are away on tour.
 
I have a variety of hours on offer, an all round performing arts experience desirable.
 
I am looking for somebody
 
Monday 5-7pm £16 p/h Andover
 
Tuesday 3:30-4:30 £20 p/h Basingstoke
 
Wednesday 3:30-4:30 £20 p/h Tadley
 
Thursday 1.15-2:45pm £15 p/h Basingstoke also 5-7pm £16/ph Andover
 
Friday 5-7pm £16 p/h Andover
 
For further information please call Katie 07875309868
 
 Katie Norman - Principal
The Long Overdue Theatre School
9 Napoleon Drive
Basingstoke
Hants
RG23 8DW
 
Tel: 07875309868
Web: www.longoverdue.co.uk/school

August 14th  2008

Glastonbury (Somerset)  England

 I run a Razzamataz Theatre School (Performing Arts School) in Yeovil and in September I will be opening a second venue at Crispin School in Street (nr Glastonbury) in Somerset.  I have a vacancy for a drama teacher who has experience in or delivering physical theatre teaching.

 It is a part time position, the hours are 2:30 to 5:30 pm (Street) on Saturdays, for 12 week terms that run during school term times.  Three terms each year and the opportunity to work during our one-week summer school.  The session is comprised of three one-hour lessons for each of the the age groups; seniors (12-18yrs), inters (9-11 yrs) and juniors (40 mins only 5-8yrs) and there are approx 15-20 in each group.

 If you are interested please forward a copy of your CV to street@razzamataz.co.uk.  

Please give me, Catherine Hayden, a call to discuss further any questions that you may have (01935 864485).

July 21st 2008

Berkshire, England

Enthusiastic drama teacher sought for well respected dance school in Berkshire. 

Could initially be workshop based (Saturday afternoons) depending upon the availability of the right candidate. 

Ultimately would like to offer regular weekly group classes to children grouped as juniors (approx 6 - 10); intermediate (11 - 13); and seniors (14 - 18) with a goal to working long term towards LAMDA or equivalent exam syllabus. 

There may be scope quite quickly for growth and additional classes, and also an opportunity to showcase the drama work at a small local theatre. 

If you think this opportunity may be of interest to you, please contact the Principal, Jayne Coleman by email on jayne@jacad.org or on telephone 01276 508789.

 
I am also running a summer school from Aug 26th - 31st and would be interested in hearing from anybody wishing to run the drama section of the summer school.   

I can pay £140 per day and there would be potential for two day's work.

June 21st  2008

England

 BTEC Performing Arts - Performance: External Verifier Vacancies

Edexcel is recruiting External Verifiers for its BTEC Performing Arts - Performance qualifications.  We are seeking specialists with BTEC teaching experience who are interested in training for the role.

Joining Edexcel’s Assessment Associate community as an External Verifier allows you to develop insight into the assessment of vocational qualifications. The training, support and experience provided can also enhance your professional development.

If you seek a challenge, an opportunity to help improve student attainment, and continued professional development visit:

http://associates.edexcel.org.uk/home/dr/ver/nqf23ev/

for details of the EV role.

May 23rd  2008

England

Edexcel, the examinations and awarding body, currently has a number of vacancies for External Verifiers for its BTEC Performing Arts-Performance qualifications.

We are seeking  to recruit professionals from the performing arts sector with some teaching experience.

Becoming an external verifier helps individuals in their professional development through the training, support and experience that they gain, as well as bringing benefits to their students and therefore the performing arts sector as a whole.

Full details of the role, fees and application process are available at:

http://associates.edexcel.org.uk/home/vocational/nqf/vacancies/ 

If you need further information or would like to discuss any aspect of the recruitment please do contact me.

Thank you for your time.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards,

Sally Stevenson

AA Recruitment Adviser
Edexcel
www.edexcel.org.uk
One90 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7BH
E-mail: sally.stevenson@edexcel.org.uk
 

March 12th 2008

South Wales

Drama Coach Wanted (Self Employed)

 To teach in a part time independent performing arts school in S Wales commencing early June 08.  

 Hours :

 1.45pm – 5.30pm Saturdays

 Classes & Student Ages:

 5 to 8 years  – 45 minutes

8 to 10 years   – 1 hour

10 to 12 years – 1 hour

13 to 16 years – 1 hour

 Must be fully qualified, experienced teachers in drama and/or have professional experience in theatre/television and a proven work history.  The successful applicant will be expected to either hold a current CRB check. (We can arrange this if you do not have one). 

 The successful applicant should be energetic, enthusiastic, motivational and have an excellent rapport with children and young people but at the same time be able to maintain class discipline.

 If you think you are the person for the job, please send a full CV to heidinicholson@ntlworld.com asap.

 Heidi Nicholson

March 3rd 2008

Greater Manchester, England

If interested in a position teaching Drama for 5 to 10 year old children please contact Janice on 0161 962 7976 or janiceison@hotmail.com with references.
 
Thank you.

February 18th 2008

Plymouth, England

Hi Everyone,

We are looking for a qualified teacher in the Plymouth area to help our Principal on a part time basis.

Please give details by email, naming area, and short CV.

We are always looking for teachers.  In which area are you based?  Could you give more details please?

We are also a Franchising company. Would you be interested in that side? If so we could send you a pack.

Please visit  The Paul Nicholas School of Acting  website at www.pnsa.co.uk or call 01253 851144 .

February 16th 2008

Rainham and Barking, England

The Academy Performing Arts School  require an Actor/Actress with Teaching and Directing experience to join their schools on a Sunday in Rainham and Barking. 

As well as General Drama Lessons for 6-17 year olds,  this person will direct the Annual Production and work with children on Character Development and Performance. 

Pay starts at £20 per hour, 6 hours every Sunday,  concurrently with the school term. 

For further details, visit   :  www.theacademy.me.uk

Please email cv/photo and letter detailing experience to:

jason@theacademy.me.uk

January 26th 2008

London, England

Hi,

We are Stomp! The School for Performing Arts, based in Mill Hill NW7.

 Stomp! is a very popular and successful Performing Arts School for children aged 6-17years.  There is also  an Agency attached to our school and our Patron is Christian Slater.

 We have an opening for a Drama Teacher/Show Co-ordinator/Director - to work at our morning school which  is 10.00a.m - 1p.m. joining a fantastic team of teaching professionals.

 We have two drama teachers - one teaching the more traditional - Improvisation/Drama games etc - The other, which is this position - to teach, screen acting, audition skills, stage performing - short films ... we want someone with imagination in this area.  Mainly the modern side of acting.

 The role, very importantly,  also entails the directing and co-ordinating of shows , mostly Musical Theatre.

 We are looking for someone who get things done, who can be disciplined and yet  also be kind and multi-talented!

 Experience with shows is  essential,  as is good time keeping, committment and a current C.R.B (which can be arranged if necessary).  North London based preferred. Immediate Start.  Pay on application.

 
Telephone:   0208 959 5353
 
C.Vs via email please:   stompschoolnw7@aol.com
 
Website:  www.stompschool.com

November 24th 2007

Dewsbury, West Yorkshire

We require a Drama Teacher for one day per week (temporary) until July 2008.

If you can also teach English we could offer you 2 days of English Teaching.

We are a leading edge 11-16 school in Dewsbury West Yorkshire.

Specialist School status for Performing Arts is currently being sought.

Fantastic school; fantastic people.

If you are interested please reply via  email to: head.westborough@kirklees-schools.org.uk

Janet

Headteacher

November 6th 2007

Birmingham, England

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

 Queensbridge School in B’ham is running a radically different curriculum for its Year 7 students. I’ve attached some information that Matt Alan has put together for other staff in school because it summarises all the information. [They are called ‘enterprises’ after Dorothy Heathcote’s reclaiming of the word in her Mantle of the Expert work – it has nothing to do with business education!]

 Katie Durham, who runs the ‘Where is home?’ enterprise and who is also Head of Performing Arts at school, is leaving at Christmas. Her post was advertised in September but none of the applicants was appointed.  Within school, it will be possible to cover her HoD responsibilities until July. However, her teaching commitment to Year 7 [13 hours per week over 5 days] requires a special mix of interest, experience and expertise. Queensbridge needs a teacher with a rich working knowledge of DiE together with the experience and/or enthusiasm to build a close relationship with a class over such an intensive time – the specialism more usually associated with secondary teachers combined with the best practice of a primary teacher.

 Do you know of anyone who might be interested in this post for 2 terms or even longer? It might suit someone taking some time out for research or other commitments.

 The timetable is organised so that the children begin every day working on the enterprise [Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday periods 1&2; Thursday periods 1-4; Friday periods 1-3]. Queensbridge knows that it’s unlikely that many people will be able to commit to this timetable; because of this, the school is ready to be very flexible. Al Lee, the Assistant Head responsible for Curriculum Innovation at school (and herself one of the enterprise teachers) would be happy to talk to people about how things might be managed. She can be contacted on 0121 464 5566 or alison.lee@queensbridge.bham.sch.uk

 The school’s latest Ofsted was at the end of September. Feel free to read it. You’ll see that the school, against all the odds, is doing a brilliant job for its children. You’ll find it, together with the school prospectus, at www.queensbridge.bham.sch.uk  

 Best wishes

 Maria Gee

July 15th 2007

Edware, Middlesex (England)

School of Performing Arts looking for qualified teacher for 3 hours on a saturday morning. Hoping to take on LAMDA exams as as yet no exams taken. Position available from Sept. Term time only
School based in Edware, Middlesex
Please contact
Hayley Milton
Hayleymilton@aol.com
01442832931
07957663324

May 9th 2007

Tring, Hertfordshire (England)

Looking for a drama teacher on Saturday mornings – in a small dancing school in Tring.

Just 2 classes – 6 – 8 yr olds and 9 yrs and up  - if you are interested please e mail jodesouza@ntlworld.com

March 12th 2007

Hertfordshire (ENGLAND)

Qualified LAMDA teacher required for Speech and Drama peripatetic teaching in Hertfordshire Independent School.
 
Please contact Alexandra De Bell on 07932 591261.

January 2nd 2007

Eastbourne (England)

We are currently seeking a choreographer and a drama teacher to work together and independently during our summer season in Eastbourne and workshop development in Italy and Austria out of season .

 

Based on the last four years our Dance and Drama department seems to grow faster than our other courses and with the right team, we are sure that there is scope for enthusiastic teachers of these two art forms.
 
Please see our website for more details   www.optimaprogrammes.co.uk
 
Susan Cronin

November 24th 2006

Singapore

Dear Sir/Ms,

My name is Mina Angkasa, director of Singapore Piaget Academy.

We are a national plus school and we run drama classes in our curriculum.

We are now seeking  a candidate for that position.

Please inform us should you have a candidate who is interested in that post.

Thank you

Best Regards,

Mina Angkasa

E-Mail: minas@idola.net.id

October 12th 2006

Philadelphia (USA)

October - June classes in the performing arts are offered to under-served youth in Philadelphia, PA on Saturday mornings. Knowledgeable artists in this area would be greatly appreciated.

MS Graves
egdrampro@aol.com

June 16th 2006

Surrey (England)

Top Hats is a Performing Arts Academy for children aged between 4 - 11 years seeking permanent and supply teachers during Term time and school holidays.  We are based in Surrey and need committed fun professionals to join our team.  If you would like further information please email:  rheclark@aol.com

May 20th 2006

Hertfordshire ( England)

Enthusiastic drama teacher required for Saturday afternoons, term time only, in Radlett, Hertfordshire area. Previous experience would be an advantage.

Contact Victoria Hawkes 07722533150 or email cv to hawkes76@hotmail.com

Victoria Jane School of Dance

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