Music Stuff - KS3 (East)

Music Stuff

Unit 2 - The Cuthbert Centre

(Entrance off Bartlett Street)

877 Ashton Old Road

Openshaw

M11 2EU

0161 223 8700

Music Stuff - KS3 (South)

1085 Stockport Road

Levenshulme

Manchester

M19 2RE

0161 432 2862

Music Stuff - ISS

195 Fog Lane

Burnage

Manchester

M20 6FJ

0161 445 1849

Music Stuff - Vocational Centre

Units 3&4 - The Cuthbert Centre

877 Ashton Old Road

Openshaw

Manchester

M11 2NA

Music Stuff - ISN

599 Ashton New Road

Clayton

Manchester

M11 4UA

0161 231 2635

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General enquiries should be addressed to:

Mr M. T. McCann, Headteacher

Music Stuff

Unit 2 - The Cuthbert Centre

(Entrance Via Bartlett Street)

877 Ashton Old Road

Openshaw

M11 2EU

Phone: 0161 223 8700

Music  Stuff

Recruitment

Music Stuff is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

We are a growing school, and welcome volunteers, and applicants from all backgrounds; we look for hard working, dedicated, and enthusiastic professionals. If you are interested in working for Music Stuff then please fill out an application below and email to: admin@musicstuffeducation.org. Alternatively please explore the website to find out more.

Every employee, volunteer and student on placement who has regular contact with children and/or vulnerable adults, are required to comply fully with legislative requirements and Music Stuff policies and practices to ensure that our learners are safeguarded and protected.

 

All staff are required to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service application form. Offers of employment will be declined when it is felt that safeguarding of our learners is compromised. The staff and Governing Body of Music Stuff is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and perform their duties to fulfil this important objective.

 

Music Stuff is committed to ensuring that every pupil achieves their full academic potential.  Our pupils develop strategies to manage their behaviour, and engage successfully with education.