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Need some advice

Discussion in 'Music' started by aefc1981, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. I left my last full-time teaching job in the Summer of 2008. I have since done a little bit of supply and wider ops teaching but am obviously quite out of the loop.
    I haven't really kept myself abreast of any changes in the Music Curriculum as I decided that secondary teaching wasn't for me. However, I've recently had a change of heart and am seriously considering a return if the right job becomes available.
    So, could you fill me in on what I've missed and perhaps give me some advice please?
    Thanks
     
  2. I left my last full-time teaching job in the Summer of 2008. I have since done a little bit of supply and wider ops teaching but am obviously quite out of the loop.
    I haven't really kept myself abreast of any changes in the Music Curriculum as I decided that secondary teaching wasn't for me. However, I've recently had a change of heart and am seriously considering a return if the right job becomes available.
    So, could you fill me in on what I've missed and perhaps give me some advice please?
    Thanks
     
  3. Looking at some of the discussions on here would be a good start. You would also need to acquaint yourself with the new specs for GCSE and A Level, which have changed recently.
    Be aware that with the absence of Music (and indeed any arts subject) from the new ebacc, there is a fair amount of uncertainty at the moment.
    Also, have a read of the Henley Review, as this is quite recent and contains many good points. Just hope Michael Gove takes note (though I wouldn't bet my pension on that...)
     

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