Education  2024-05-02 10:06:05


£29344 – £44919/annum


Role: Drama Teacher

Location: Aylesbury (Buckinghamshire)

Salary: £

Full time

Start: September 2024

Supply Desk are on the lookout for a creative and enthusiastic Drama Teacher to join a dynamic arts department in the Aylesbury area. As a Drama Teacher, you will play a key role in inspiring students to explore their creativity, develop their performance skills, and gain a deeper appreciation for the world of theatre and drama. You will have the opportunity to shape young minds, foster a love for the arts, and contribute to a vibrant school community.

The school:

The school encompasses a friendly and nurturing learning atmosphere to ensure students are confident and have the opportunity to work towards their full potential. There is strong diversity throughout the school in which each child is made to feel valued and appreciated despite their backgrounds. Through this, students are empowered to strive for the best and have a genuine interest for learning and development.

The Role:

Design and deliver comprehensive drama curricula that align with educational standards and objectives.
Create a positive and supportive learning environment where students feel comfortable expressing themselves creatively.
Lead drama classes and workshops, incorporating a variety of teaching techniques and approaches to engage students in the learning process.
Guide students in developing their acting, improvisation, and storytelling abilities through practical exercises and theatrical productions.
Organize and direct school plays, musicals, and drama performances, involving students in all aspects of production (e.g., acting, set design, costumes, etc.).
Foster teamwork, collaboration, and communication skills by encouraging students to work together on group projects and performances.
Introduce students to different theatre styles, genres, and playwrights, broadening their understanding and appreciation of drama.

The Ideal Candidate: 

Bachelor's degree in Drama, Theatre Arts, Performing Arts, or a related field; a Master's degree is preferred.
QTS (Preferred) However, teachers with relevant teaching qualification and experience welcome to apply.
Proven experience in teaching drama to students at the middle or high school level.
Strong knowledge of drama techniques, acting methods, and theatrical production processes.
Ability to inspire and motivate students to explore their creative potential and develop their performance skills.

Benefits for working for Supply Desk:

In return for your hard work and dedication you will receive:
Pay to scale
Safeguarding training
Weekly pay
Dedicated team on hand for support
Designated consultant
£100 for referring a friend referral fee for any successful referrals of friends or colleagues who work 5+ shifts

In addition to top rates of pay, and a commitment to your professional development we can offer you a pension contribution scheme and a dedicated consultant to support you every step of the way.  Please visit our website .

To take full advantage of this opportunity please call on:  for more information.

Due to the overwhelming response to online advertising, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Supply Desk offer a £100 ‘Golden Hello’ for anyone who introduces a teacher/teaching assistant. Get in touch for further details.

Supply Desk is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All successful applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check which must be maintained throughout the period of employment and meet Safer Recruitment standards.



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