Class Teacher - Greenside Primary School

School: Greenside Primary School
Location: Shepherd's Bush 
Vacancy: Class Teacher
Start date: September 2021

We are delighted that we will have a vacancy for a Class Teacher at Greenside for September 2021. 
We are looking for a passionate and inspirational practitioner with a love of experiential learning, the Arts and Film - at Greenside we are World Ready & Test Ready!

Our shared vision and practice creates a collaborative and collective approach to research based pedagogy.

We welcome applicants from any year group - NQTs and experienced Teachers are equally important to us and encouraged to apply. Please see G. JD - Sept '21

Greenside is a wonderful one-form entry Primary that learns in a different way. We have amazingly positive students who learn with passion and are World Ready citizens. They are super kind and challenge themselves to be leaders and to make the world a better place. We teach both class and vertical groups with creativity at the heart of all of our Learning. Our learning is inspired by Film and we learn about, through and by making film.

Expectations, standards and results are high at Greenside. Teachers work hard; they are committed to our Experiential Learning Model and believe in creativity as being fundamental to student success. They are relentlessly positive and know that they make a huge difference to the life chances of our Greenside students. 

We are part of the GGL Federation. We work in partnership with Griffin Primary and this adds a wonderful layer of CPD and sharing of ideas across the Federation. We are proud members of The Elliot Foundation MAT and work closely with colleagues across our regions and academies.

Please check our website for further information and to read about our vision and Curriculum Model:

If you believe you have the qualities of creativity and flexibility, if you have a risk-taking, positive attitude to teaching and are looking for a new challenge in a unique environment we’d love to hear from you.
If you could make a positive contribution to Greenside and the GGL Federation please complete our application for by Thursday 22nd April 12.00pm G. Application Form - Sept '21 and return to 

Please contact us if you would like to visit before the closing date.

Karen Bastick-Styles (Executive Head)

A career in the Elliot Foundation is one full of opportunity. We pride ourselves in offering a variety of comprehensive learning and developmental opportunities for our team, and we are continuously looking at new and innovative ways to support staff at all levels. To date, these have come through partnerships with Universities, internal development courses, mentoring and shadowing.

Principal - The Hyde, London, L18-24 (outer London) with a 5% TEFAT Uplift £70,871 - £81,525 (52 Weeks)

School: The Hyde Primary School
Location: Barnet 
Vacancy: Principal
Start date: September 2021
Salary: L18-24 (outer London) with a 5% TEFAT uplift. (£70,871 - £81,525).  
With potential to rise to L24 with TEFAT 25% uplift is £97,054.

The Hyde Primary School is an innovative two form entry, co-educational primary school with a large Nursery.  The school caters for just over 460 children and it serves a socially and ethnically diverse population.

In September 2013 after the school was judged to be in special measures, it joined The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust as a sponsored academy. By May 2015 the school had been judged as outstanding due to the inspirational leadership of the Principal and her amazing leadership team.    

The Trust is looking to appoint a Principal to:

  • Provide strong and decisive leadership which enables all staff to flourish in an environment of support and encouragement
  • Plan strategically to deliver a vision which leads to the highest standards and outcomes for all pupils
  • Continue to develop the capacity of all leaders and hold them to account for securing the highest standards
  • Lead on the Trust’s apprenticeship provision
  • Contribute to the support of other TEFAT schools
  • Nurture the families within The Hyde community
  • Embrace the collaborative nature of the TEFAT organisation

Currently a Headteacher or an outstanding Deputy with substantial experience of school leadership gained in a primary school, you are an inspirational leader with a strong commitment to high standards in all aspects of school and community life.  You combine a vision and energy for children’s education with the focus and drive needed for whole school management. You have the ambition and dynamism to continually raise the bar and set demanding new challenges as well as the inspirational communication and leadership skills to elicit the commitment of staff, students and the community as a whole. 

In return for your energy, integrity and enthusiasm, we offer you the opportunity to lead a school that is full of outstanding teachers and a highly supportive academy sponsor with an excellent track record in school improvement.  This is an opportunity to have an impact on a school that is already outstanding, but is looking for new ways to make a real contribution to the life chances of an amazing group of children who are all keen to learn and for whom educational opportunity is crucial.  

Safeguarding Children and Young People
The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All staff and volunteers are therefore expected to behave in such a way that supports this commitment. Appointment to this post will be subject to the appropriate satisfactory pre-employment checks including a Barred List check, Disclosure and Barring Service check and references.

To discuss this exciting opportunity, please contact the TEFAT Regional Education Director on 07833 730 571 or email

Please download a copy of the application form and information pack. To apply for this role, forward a copy of your completed application form and a covering letter setting out why your skills and experience make you a suitable candidate for this position to Kevin Latim (HR Officer) via email on

We actively encourage all candidates to visit the school prior to the interviews. To arrange a visit, please contact Jo Djora at the school on 020 8205 8707 or email

Closing date for applications: noon on Tuesday 20th April 2021.

Shortlisting: Thursday 22nd April 2021.

Interviews: Wednesday 28th April 2021.

Why work for the Elliot Foundation?

Partnership with eTEACH

We’re pleased to confirm that we now partner with eTEACH, who are a leading recruitment provider within the education sector. 

If you’re looking for a new role, or want to register your interest with The Elliot Foundation, please follow the link below;