A warm welcome to all prospective staff. We truly believe in the holistic education of children and in improving the range of opportunities available to them. For this to happen we understand that the personal, professional, moral, cultural and spiritual development of not only our young people, but our staff is key.

As an ambitious Trust looking to grow across the phases in the spirit of collaboration, community and shared values, we are motivated by our mission of delivering quality through a strong culture of professional learning.

You will be inspirational, passionate and dedicated to raising standards, nurturing and developing our pupils to their full potential. We will ensure you work in a supportive environment, with first rate opportunities for continuous professional development and progression.

If you are motivated by a culture of encouragement, peer to peer support, the sharing of best practice and the development of your talents and skills, we would like to hear from you. Along with your determination, commitment and drive to succeed we will be ‘stronger together’.

Find out more about a fulfilling career with us, first rate opportunities for development and progression, and the benefits of working with us. We would be delighted to meet you in person and for you to visit our schools.

Why work with us?

Working in collaboration we will be investing in you and your future. Whatever your aspirations, we can offer excellent opportunities for progression, a strong teamwork ethos, recognition of potential and a commitment to developing every member of staff. Some of our incentives and benefits include:

  • Flexible and part-time opportunities
  • Generous holiday allowance full-time staff (NJC)
  • Membership of a pension scheme (LGPS or TPS)
  • Enhanced maternity, adoption and paternity pay and leave
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Relocation packages
  • Free onsite parking
  • Staff wellbeing programme
  • Flexible working
  • Your own laptop
  • A range of computer suites and IT facilities in every classroom.

We are committed to developing a long term strategy for improving staff wellbeing that aligns to The Education Staff Wellbeing Charter. To support this commitment, we offer the following:

  • Workload and wellbeing team, including time management
  • Regular staff feedback surveys to identify where we can improve things further
  • An open-door policy where your line manager will listen to your opinions and you will feel valued
  • Well-planned and regular inset days.

Our continuing professional development programme is personalised, and we want everyone to feel empowered to develop their leadership skills. Our programme includes access to training subscriptions like the Diocesan Training SLAs and support for applications for the CofE NPQ courses and building capacity within schools to enable the Trust to become a self-improving system.

Every new member of staff can expect:

  • A full induction programme
  • A dedicated member of staff as a personal mentor
  • A personal career/training/coaching plan
  • Line management with coaching support
  • Collaborative projects with other Trust schools
  • Opportunities to undertake specific leadership programmes, eg. NPQH, NPQSL and NPQML
  • Accredited training with recognised qualification
  • Work placements
  • School business leadership training and coaching
  • SENCO qualification support
  • Apprenticeship training for support staff.