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Personal details
Title Mr
Gender Male
Surname Mitchell
First name(s) Jason
Date of birth 07/02/1991
Preferred first
name
Previous
surname

Postal address
Address line 1 15 Penistone Road
Address line 2 Middlesbrough
Address line 3
Address line 4
Postcode TS3 0DG
Country United Kingdom

Home Address
Address line 1 15 Penistone Road
Address line 2 Middlesbrough
Address line 3
Address line 4
Postcode TS3 0DG
Country United Kingdom

Mobile
telephone
Home
07701327629
telephone
Email address jasonmitchell28@googlemail.com
I want to
receive further
information by
email, relating
to career/study
Yes
options and
from training
providers if I
find myself
unplaced

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I want to
receive further
information by
SMS/text,
relating to
career/study No
options and
from training
providers if I
find myself
unplaced
I want to
receive further
information by
post, relating to
career/study
Yes
options and
from training
providers if I
find myself
unplaced
Correspondence
No
in Welsh
Unique learner
number
TOEFL number
IELTS number
Country of
United Kingdom
birth
Nationality UK national
Area of
Middlesbrough
residence
Residential
UK Citizen - England
category
Fee payer: 02 UK, Chl, IoM or EU student finance services
Student support
arrangements
Disabilities You have a specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia, dyspraxia or AD(H)D
Special needs
Date of first
entry to the UK
Criminal
No
convictions
I agree to a
Yes
DBS check
Have you
registered for

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professional Yes
skills tests?

Professional
skills test
candidate
number
Date of literacy
test
Date of
numeracy test

Additional information
Ethnicity White
What is your
religion or Christian
belief?
What is your
sexual Heterosexual
orientation?
Do you identify
No
as transgender?
National
British
identity
Dual National
Identity

Choices
Choice 1 Outwood Institute of Education (1GV)
Music (2GQ4)
Programme type: School Direct Training Programme
Accredited by: Sheffield Hallam University
Name of main subject or subjects: Music
Training location/campus code: -
Full-time or part-time training programme: Full time
Flexible modular training programme: No
Criminal convictions declaration: Not declared

Choice 2 Redcar And Cleveland Teacher Training Partnership (R16)


Music (2YQ3)
Programme type: SCITT Training Programme
Name of main subject or subjects: Music
Training location/campus code: -
Full-time or part-time training programme: Full time

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Flexible modular training programme: No


Criminal convictions declaration: Not declared

Choice 3 The English Martyrs School and Sixth Form College (1BG)
Music (26SV)
Programme type: School Direct Training Programme
Accredited by: Carmel College
Name of main subject or subjects: Music
Training location/campus code: -
Full-time or part-time training programme: Full time
Flexible modular training programme: No
Criminal convictions declaration: Not declared

Unavailable for
interview
Previous
training
providers

Education
Institutions Prior Pursglove College (9/2007 - 7/2010)
attended
University of Plymouth (9/2010 - 7/2013)

Ormesby Comprehensive School, Middlesbrough (9/2002 - 7/2007)

English
GCSE(A*-G) C 6/2008 AQA
qualification
Maths
GCSE(A*-G) C 6/2008 AQA
qualification
Science
qualification GCSE(A*-G) C 6/2008 AQA
(Science)

Extended Certificate in Digital Applications


Extended
Certificate in
Pass 2007 Edexcel
Digital
Applications
GCSE (Grade: A* - G)
Art & Design BB 2007 Edexcel
Design &
Technology:
C 2007 AQA
Resistant
Materials Tech
English D 2007 AQA

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Mathematics D 2007 OCR


Religious
D 2007 Edexcel
Studies
Science D 2007 AQA

GCE Advanced Level


Applied
E 2010 AQA
Science
Des & Tech:
Prod Des-3D D 2010 AQA
Design
Music E 2010 AQA
GCE Advanced Subsidiary (first award 2001)
Performing
B 2010 OCR
Arts

Degree Univrsity of Plymouth


BA hon Music
BA hon Lower second 9/2010 - 7/2013
MUS146 Multi Dimensional Sound
20
Project
MUS144 World Musics 20
MUS142 Landmarks in Western
20
Music
MUS141 Developing Musicianship 1 20
MUS145 Instrumental Studies 20
MUS143 Composition 1 20
MUS243 Composition 2 20
MUS242 Western Music in Context 20
MUS244 World Musics 2 20
MUS241 Developing Musicianship 2 20
MUS245 The Psychology of Music 20
MUS366 Music Project 20
MUS362 Music Analysis and
20
Aesthetics
MUS361 Performance 3 20
MUS365 Vocational Studies 20
MUS 373 Advanced Composition 40

Other relevant
qualifications
(e.g. higher
education,
MA Music Education 9/2017 UniofYork
diplomas, other
undergraduate
or postgraduate
degrees)

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Highest
qualification
held when the Degree (UK Masters)
training
programme
starts

School and work experience


School,
establishment
Tees Valley Music Service
or employer
name
From 28/04/2014
To Present
Hours per week 10
Job or role title Woodwind Tutor and Ensemble Conductor
Job or role My main duties whilst working for Tees Valley Music Service were to teach woodwind
description and lessons in one to one, small group and whole class settings in accordance to the wider
summary of opportunities scheme for school and I would working with the ensembles conducting
experience and leading both locally and county level.
I started working her in 2014 on a 20 hour a week contract then moved to another
position in July 2015 but still continued to do after school music tuition and ensemble
leadership .

School,
establishment
Ayresome Primary School
or employer
name
From 01/07/2015
To 22/07/2016
Hours per week 37
Job or role title Director of Music
Job or role Overall responsibility for the professional leadership and management of the department
description and in order to ensure high standards of teaching and learning are delivered, resources are
summary of used efficiently and effectively and the curriculum is managed and developed in
experience accordance with Ayresome Primary School policy.

School,
establishment
Ayresome Primary School
or employer
name
From 08/09/2014
To 30/06/2015
Hours per week 16

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Job or role title PPA Music Teacher, Woodwind Tutor & Ensemble Leader
Job or role
I first started at the school as a woodwind tutor and ensemble leader taking the school
description and
choir, wind band and orchestra. In January 2015 I added teaching music to KS2 on a
summary of
weekly basis providing a high standard of music education.
experience

School,
establishment
Notre Dame RC School for Girls
or employer
name
From 02/09/2013
To 28/03/2014
Hours per week 25
Job or role title Maturity cover freelance music teacher and woodwind tutor
Job or role
In my position I would teach students in the GCSE and A level music course in
description and
techniques in composition and be the guidance leader in the performance module. I was
summary of
also hired to teach woodwind instruments to all students through the school.
experience

Personal statement
Statement For many years, I have worked towards my life ambition of becoming a music teacher,
through voluntary placements and now employment in my most recent position as
Director of Music at a primary school in a multicultural area in Middlesbrough, with a
high number of SEN, EAL children in a deprived area. I have had a vast amount of
experience in the education sector through my volunteer positions in the local area
whilst studying my degree and at my employed positions. I have a vast range of skills
that I have successfully been able to transfer to my own practice and style of teaching;
as well as experience with wide age ranges of children.

I have always been interested in the way in which music has the ability to help children
develop in other subjects such as English and Reading, I know this from personal
experiences, having dyslexia, which I have not let hold me back, I found music was not
only an outlet but it helped me understand other subjects too and whilst in my last
position I was able to undertake a pilot study on a controlled group of pupils and
measure the impact music tuition on attainment, through this I was able to show points
progress in Maths and English subjects.

Over the last 3 years, I have had the fantastic opportunity to work in music education
from an all-girls school, a local music service serving all types of schools and a primary
school. This has allowed me to develop an excellent range of behaviour management
strategies through trial and error for a vast range of children. I have used my initiative
and created award systems that cater for the child's level of maturity and ability, I have
experienced challenging behaviour with children with SEN and children who have
difficult home lives, I feel that I am able to relate to children and help them by, forming
relationships based on trust and mutual respect. I feel that I have excellent behaviour
management skills and that I can adapt myself and my skills to fit any child's needs.

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Having worked in both primary and secondary education, I believe secondary is where
children start to develop their main interests and from this, you can impact a child's
music ability. I know this from past experiences such as with the youth orchestra I
conduct with children from all backgrounds, with a comment a child said to me which
will always stick with me. "Since you have taken over as the conductor, you have
opened my mind to many different genres of music which I would not normally be
interested in". This comment shows me what impact music can have on children and
how important it is to have in an educational setting.

I have experienced the learning styles of different ability children and how to approach
them within a classroom and on an individual basis. I have experience in front of
classroom teaching, as well as one to one and have seen the benefits of both approaches.
I feel that I have an important role in enabling children to access the curriculum
efficiently and effectively by supporting and encouraging their thought process. I
encourage them to think and work independently through building their self-confidence
and reiterating what they have to achieve in the particular lesson.

Reference
Principal Dr. Elizabeth Haddon
referee Email address: liz.haddon@york.ac.uk
Telephone number: 01904 324564
Fax number:

Post/occupation/your connection with the referee: Tutor


Address line 1: Department of Music
Address line 2: University of York
Address line 3: Heslington
Address line 4: York
Postcode: YO10 5DD
Country: United Kingdom

Second referee Mrs. Alex Barker


Email address: alex24.7@hotmail.co.uk
Telephone number: 07887861186
Fax number:

Post/occupation/your connection with the referee: Year four leader


Address line 1: 53 The Rings
Address line 2: Ingleby Barwick
Address line 3:
Address line 4: Stockton on Tees
Postcode: TS17 5LL
Country: United Kingdom

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