Careers

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What do Beacon employees like about working here? Ask them, and you will hear stories about growth and collaboration, creativity and best practice. We have a deep commitment towards supporting both students and teachers. Our faculty and staff  play many roles in their daily lives. They are teachers, administrators, artists, coaches, parents, experts, counselors, community volunteers, and individuals who are committed to learning.

We are always looking for passionate and purposeful individuals to join our team. Contact us on careers@beaconacademy.net with your CV and relevant documents.

Available positions

(1) Responsibilities within Junior School (2 lessons per week with each class)
For Year 1-5:
– To teach an age-appropriate range of drama skills, knowledge and understanding,
including games, theatre sports, improvisational activities, team-building, vocal
projection, physical characterisation, use of facial expression and gesture etc.
– To make links to the Virtues Programme as part of the behaviour management strategy.
– To plan appropriate activities and keep planning up to date.
– To keep appropriate records of ongoing assessment in these skills
– To track children’s progress, report upon it with grades and comments at appropriate
intervals throughout the year, and meet with parents as required by the school calendar
to provide feedback.
– To assist Form Teachers periodically as required in order to prepare small performances
for assemblies or “celebrations of learning” at the end of periods of study (eg helping
create a short skit about explorers for children to perform communicating all they have
learned about explorers that term).
– To organise at least one full class performance for each year group at some point during
the year (in combination with Dance and Music teachers where possible).

 

(2) Responsibilities within Middle School (2 lessons per week with each class)
For Middle School :
– To teach an age-appropriate range of drama skills, knowledge and understanding,
including games, theatre sports, improvisational activities, team-building, vocal
projection, physical characterisation, use of facial expression and gesture etc.
– To make links with the Virtues Program as part of behaviour management strategy.
– To plan appropriate activities and keep planning up to date.
– To keep appropriate records of ongoing assessment in these skills
– To track children’s progress, report upon it with grades and comments at appropriate
intervals throughout the year, and meet with parents as required by the school calendar
to provide feedback.
– To assist Form Teachers periodically as required in order to prepare small performances
for assemblies or exit points at the end of periods of study (eg helping create a short skit
about explorers for children to perform communicating all they have learned about
explorers that term).
– To organise at least one full class performance for each year group at some point during
the year (in combination with Dance and Music teachers where possible).

 

(3) Extra-curricular Responsibilities
– To assist MSS Drama Teacher in the running of After School Drama Activities,
culminating in one large performance in December and another at the end of the year
– To participate in Arts Enrichment Program at the weekend in return for time off in lieu
during the week
– Other responsibilities as given by the school

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Contact our Careers Team to enquire about job prospects. We look forward to hearing from you.

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