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Eurythmy Teacher

Department: School and College (students 6 – 25 years)

Location: The Sheiling Ringwood

Employment Type: Permanent, Part-time

Hours & Working Patterns: Term time (41 working weeks, including training days) 
Part-time hours, ideally 17 hours per week but fewer would be considered

Salary: £12,727 - £15,430 per annum (pro rata for 17 hours per week) (£26,203-£31,766 FTE)

Closing Date: 1st February 2022

Interview Date: Week Commencing 7th February 2022

Start Date: To be confirmed


The Sheiling Ringwood is an independent residential special school and college for students with severe and moderate learning difficulties and disabilities.  A member of the Camphill communities, we provide education and care services within a beautiful environment, where staff, whatever their job role, have the opportunity to make a holistic, real and positive difference in the lives of our students. Set in a stunning sustainable and eco-friendly 40-acre site close to the New Forest and Dorset coastline, the natural surroundings of our school and college provide a rich, enabling and therapeutic learning environment for students.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a qualified, innovative and motivated Eurythmy Teacher to join our multi-disciplinary team. You will be working with our school students (aged 6-19 years). 

The Eurythmy Teacher is responsible for the planning and implementation of highly effective, well differentiated learning experiences within the discipline of Eurythmy, a form of artistic expression through music. The teacher will: Support and lead groups (various classes) of students, ranging from 6-25 years, to experience speech and sound (music) through movement. Support and develop their spatial orientation and awareness of time and rhythm through speech and music Support and develop students with social interaction skills, working collaboratively and cohesively with peers and staff. Work collaboratively with subject teachers and leaders so that learning experiences support students towards the achievement of multidisciplinary outcomes related to their Education, Health and Care Plans. Monitor, assess, record, report and be accountable for the progress that students make within Eurythmy lessons.


Our Benefits include: 
*free enhanced DBS *fantastic working environment with beautiful outdoor space                  *pension scheme *occupational sick pay *annual salary review *at least 31days holiday a year 
*onsite parking *training *support to reach Level 3 RQF Award *regular support and supervision from 
friendly approachable line managers *Bike 2 Work scheme *Employee Assistance Programme

This post is for Term Time only.


Please complete the application form and email to


The Sheiling Ringwood is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults and
expects all staff to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS and Barred List check will be required. Staff are also 
prohibited from promoting extremist/radical religious or one-sided political views whilst working at The Sheiling Ringwood (TSR) and /or whilst participating in activities associated 
with their employment within TSR. 

This role is UK based and your right to work will need to be established as part of the appointment process.

Please note that our Health & Safety and HR procedures comply with the Government guidelines issued in relation to 
 Therefore, you will be required to share information and/or evidence of your vaccination
during the recruitment process.  All data will be held in accordance with the UK General Data Protection