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    Secondary Music

    Music is a creative, interesting and engaging subject that appeals to all students across all school. As a trainee teacher of Music you have the ability to influence the lives of the next generation of musicians with your passion and drive for the subject. Students will learn a range of different skills in performance and composition as well as ‘life skills’ such as working as a team, self-motivation and time-management.

    You will be able to empower the students with a love of learning for an international subject that could take them to all corners of the world and introduce them to different cultures and places that they may not have heard of before.

    Teaching Music allows you to explore these different places as well as help create the next generation of musicians in the UK. As part of the subject you will be teaching composition, performance and theory skills as well as work within traditional historical musicology and developing areas such as Music Technology, recording, sound manipulation and popular song.

    We are pleased to offer the following places for 2020/2021:

    • Provider-led places in Music
    • School-direct (unsalaried) places in Music. 

    For provider-led places apply on UCAS to EMTTP (UCAS Institute Code: E31, UCAS Course Code: 2JZJ)

    For school-direct places apply to our lead school The West Bridgford School (UCAS Institute Code: 219, UCAS Course Code 2S35) and Mowbray Education Trust (UCAS Institute Code: 8H9, UCAS Course Code E488) via the UCAS teacher training application website. 

    If you are successful in gaining a place via either of these pathways you will undertake your main placement through one of the following schools:

    Ashfield School

    John Ferneley College

    Kimberley School

    We currently have 3 training places available for 2020-21