Why work for the Elliot Foundation?

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.

Billesley Primary School - SEND Teaching Assistant

Billesley Primary School
Trittiford Rd
Billesley
Birmingham
B13 0ES

Billesley Primary school is looking to appoint an enthusiastic and skilled teaching assistant with a passion for working with SEND children to join our ASD resource base. Experience of supporting children with ASD is preferable, but not essential for the right candidate. We would also welcome applications from graduates and can offer high-quality career development and opportunities. 

In our most recent Ofsted Inspection in May 2019, we were judged Outstanding in all areas and continue to thrive as an organisation.

‘The curriculum provides pupils with rich and meaningful learning experiences.’

‘The provision for pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) is outstanding’

‘Teaching assistants have a very positive influence on pupils’ learning’.    

 Ofsted 2019

You will:
  • Be driven to support children in making the best possible progress
  • Have experience of working with children with a range of significant learning needs
  • Have a particular passion and relevant experience for supporting children with SEND and ASD
  • Understand and demonstrate the highest standards of safeguarding 
  • Be motivated, enthusiastic and adaptable
  • Be able to work as part of a team, as well independently
  • Respond positively to feedback and be driven to improve
  • Have NVQ Level 3 children or equivalent
  • Have and demonstrate excellent communication and literacy skills *

Preferable skills:
  • Have experience of working with children who have speech and language needs and qualifications to support specific strategies e.g Makaton, PECs, TEACCH or the willing to learn.
  • An understanding of pupils sensory differences and needs
  • Experience of helping pupils to understand and regulate their emotional responses to develop a greater sense of self-awareness, independence and resilience.

We can offer:
  • Outstanding support and professional development
  • Ongoing coaching support
  • An experienced, dedicated and friendly staff
  • Enthusiastic children with a passion for learning
  • Supportive parents and trustees

*This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for this role.

Closing date: 5pm Wednesday 1st December 2021.  

If you would like to discuss this opportunity further, please contact the school by telephone or e-mail. Informal visits are encouraged – please contact the school for an appointment.

Please apply for this job at this link here.

Billesley Primary School - Physical and Mental Health Mentor

Billesley Primary School
Trittiford Rd
Billesley
Birmingham
B13 0ES


Billesley Primary School is an outstanding school with an innovative and vibrant approach to school initiative. The School serves a diverse community through highly effective teaching and learning. We are especially proud of the quality of professional development offered in our school, which was recognised in our most recent OFSTED report 2019, ‘Teachers benefit from highly effective coaching and professional development, which has enabled them to become skilled practitioners.’

We are also a Research School through The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and a part of the Research School network, comprising 37 schools: 27 Research Schools and 10 Associate Research Schools. The Research Schools Network aims to lead the way in the use of evidence-based teaching, building affiliations with large numbers of schools in their region, and supporting the use of evidence at scale.

We are seeking to appoint a Physical and Mental Health Mentor who will support pupils to develop their physical and mental wellbeing and contribute towards improving a range of outcomes for our pupils including self-regulation, learning behaviours, positive relationships and attendance.

This vacancy is an outstanding opportunity for an individual who is passionate about the benefits of high-quality physical education and a healthy lifestyle, and who understands how these promote positive mental health. They would promote physical and mental wellbeing across the school community and work in partnership with existing staff to meet the needs of our pupils.

The school is committed to school improvement within the Elliot Foundation Multi-Academy Trust and the EEF Research School Network. Therefore, there may be opportunities to work alongside teachers in other schools within the Trust and across the wider educational system.

The post is full time with significant support given to fulfil the role effectively.

Applications are invited from practitioners who:
  • Are enthusiastic and want the best for our children and are passionate about physical activity and mental health.
  • Are excellent practitioners with high expectations of themselves and our children.
  • Have a thorough knowledge and understanding of evidence-informed approaches to developing positive mental health.
  • Can inspire, motivate and challenge pupils of all abilities.
  • Are committed to developing their own expertise, knowledge and skills to enhance their effectiveness as a practitioner.
  • Relish challenging themselves and the children.

We can offer:
  • A welcoming school with enthusiastic, motivated staff and supportive Trust.
  • A coach in order to develop your skills and knowledge further.
  • Support and a pathway into Teacher training
  • Opportunities to work with colleagues in the wider school system (including EEF Research Schools and fellow Trust schools)
  • Free childcare for ages 3 and over, plus after school care is available in discussion with the school.

Visits to the school are highly encouraged, please contact our school office to book an appointment.

Deadline: 1st December 2021 05:00 PM

Please apply for this role following this link here.

Billesley Primary School - Teacher, Research and Innovations Lead

Billesley Primary School
Trittiford Rd
Billesley
Birmingham
B13 0ES

Billesley Primary School is an outstanding school with an innovative and vibrant approach to school initiative. The School serves a diverse community through highly effective teaching and learning. We are especially proud of the quality of professional development offered in our school, which was recognised in our most recent OFSTED report 2019, ‘Teachers benefit from highly effective coaching and professional development, which has enabled them to become skilled practitioners.’

We are also a Research School through The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and a part of the Research School network, comprising 37 schools: 27 Research Schools and 10 Associate Research Schools. The Research Schools Network aims to lead the way in the use of evidence-based teaching, building affiliations with large numbers of schools in their region, and supporting the use of evidence at scale.

We are seeking to appoint a Research Lead who will provide the link between the school’s teaching, learning and pedagogical approaches and the world of education. We believe this vacancy is an excellent opportunity for an individual who is passionate about research based practice to develop a culture where staff are encouraged to actively engage with research to improve pupils outcomes.

The appointed Research and Innovations Lead will work in partnership with the Strategic Leadership Team to implement an inspiring and compelling vision of achievement for all; to empower all pupils and staff to excel.

The school is committed to school improvement within the Elliot Foundation Multi Academy Trust and the EEF Research School Network. Therefore, there may be opportunities to work alongside teachers in other schools within the Trust and across the wider educational system.

The post is full time with significant time given to fulfil the roles responsibilities.

Applications are invited from teachers who:
  • Are enthusiastic and want the best for our children and are passionate about the curriculum and research based practice.
  • Are an excellent practitioner with high expectations of themselves and our children.
  • Have a thorough knowledge and understanding of evidence informed curriculum practices.
  • Can inspire, motivate and challenge pupils of all abilities.
  • Are committed to developing their own expertise, knowledge and skills to enhance their effectiveness as a teacher
  • Are enthusiastic and passionate about research and evidence-informed practice
  • Relish challenging themselves and the children

We can offer:
  • A welcoming school with enthusiastic, motivated staff and supportive Trust.
  • A teaching and leadership coach in order to develop your skills and knowledge further.
  • Opportunities to work with colleagues in the wider school system (including EEF Research Schools and fellow Trust schools)
  • Free childcare for ages 3 and over, plus after school care is available in discussion with the school.

Visits to the school are highly encouraged, please contact our school office to book an appointment.

Deadline: 1st December 2021 12:00 PM

Please apply following this link here.



Billesley Primary School - Teacher, Leader of Learning (Mathematics) with TLR 2b

Billesley Primary School
Trittiford Rd
Billesley
Birmingham
B13 0ES

Billesley Primary School is an outstanding school with an innovative and vibrant approach to school initiative. The School serves a diverse community through highly effective teaching. We are especially proud of the quality of professional development offered in our school, which was recognised in our most recent OFSTED report 2019, ‘Teachers benefit from highly effective coaching and professional development, which has enabled them to become skilled practitioners.’

We are also a Research School through The Education Endowment Foundation and it’s core mission aligns perfectly with Billesley Primary School which is to improve the educational attainment of all pupils but especially the most disadvantaged through a research based approach.
The focus of the role of Leader of Learning, is to lead and manage Mathematics alongside the Vice Principal (strategic lead for Mathematics) at Billesley Primary School, with a specific focus on responsibility for standards of teaching and learning, achievement and attainment. The school is committed to school improvement within the Elliot Foundation Multi Academy Trust and the EEF Research School Network. Therefore, there may be opportunities to work alongside teachers in other schools within the Trust and across the wider educational system.

The post is full time, non- class based but with teaching responsibilities and you will have time allocated to fulfil leadership responsibilities.

Applications are invited from teachers who:
  • Have a passion for Maths and believe that through hard work, all children can achieve well
  • Are enthusiastic, want the best for our children and are passionate about the curriculum and community partnerships.
  • Are an excellent practitioner with high expectations of themselves and our children.
  • Have a thorough knowledge and understanding of the curriculum, assessment procedures and the use of effective feedback on pupil achievement
  • Can inspire, motivate and challenge pupils at all attainment levels
  • Are committed to developing their own expertise, knowledge and skills to enhance their effectiveness as a teacher
  • Seek challenge for themselves and the children they teach

We can offer:
  • A welcoming school with enthusiastic, motivated staff and supportive Trust.
  • A teaching and leadership coach to develop your skills and knowledge further.
  • Opportunities to work with colleagues in the wider school system (including EEF Research Schools and fellow Trust schools)
  • Free childcare for ages 3 and over, plus after school care is available in discussion with the school.

Billesley Primary School is an Academy in partnership with the Elliot Foundation.

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed. Please contact the school to arrange a visit.

Closing date: 5:00pm Wednesday 1st December 

Interviews/ Observations: Week beginning 29th November

Please complete the application via this link.

The Hyde School - Assistant Headteacher

The Hyde School
Hyde Crescent
West Hendon
London
NW9 7EY

The Hyde School is a two form entry primary school. We are looking to appoint a highly motivated, creative and skilled teacher who wants to join our great team; and who shares in our determination to enable every child to succeed. We won’t put a ceiling on learning!

We can offer you:
● An opportunity to shine and be part of a dynamic Leadership Team
● Fantastic, well-behaved children who are excited about learning
● Opportunities to lead a highly motivated and talented staff team
● A school which is at the heart of the local community

Our ideal candidate:
● OUR CHILDREN would like you to be happy, a good listener and someone who will make their learning fun
● OUR PARENTS would like you to be friendly and approachable
● OUR STAFF would like you to be an inspirational, committed professional who is passionate about working with children and as part of a team
● OUR COMMUNITY COUNCIL would like you to be dedicated to raising the achievement of every child

We are really proud of our team, our children and what we have already achieved.

Come and join our happy team and work with our fantastic children. We will provide a full induction, training, support and dedicated weekly leadership time.

Next Steps:
We are extremely proud of our children and the hard working, dedicated team of professionals working at The Hyde. We know we are really making a difference to the children and families in our community and that we are giving them the life chances they deserve.We have enclosed a collection of pictures so you can get a taste of our school. Please also look at our Twitter feed @TheHydeSchool

We do hope that you come and see it for yourself, as The Hyde is an outstanding learning community. Your visit to our school will show you that and our children will also tell you the same too! They are so proud of their achievements.

To visit: Visits by appointment, warmly welcomed, please email me at smorris@thehydeschool.co.uk .
How to apply: To obtain an application pack please email: smorris@thehydeschool.co.uk or download a pack from our school website.

Closing date:
12pm Wednesday 24th November 2021
Interviews:
Week beginning 29th November 2021

Please note that we would like to visit shortlisted candidates in their own schools prior to the interview.

Please email your application to smorris@thehydeschool.co.uk 

The Hyde School - Inclusion Coordinator

The Hyde School
Hyde Crescent
West Hendon
London
NW9 7EY

The Hyde School is a two form entry primary school. We are looking to appoint a highly motivated, creative and skilled teacher who wants to join our great team; and who shares in our determination to enable every child to succeed. We won’t put a ceiling on learning!

We can offer you:
● An opportunity to shine and be part of a dynamic Leadership Team
● Fantastic, well-behaved children who are excited about learning
● Opportunities to lead a highly motivated and talented staff team
● A supportive and welcoming school community
● High quality professional development, including the chance to complete the SENDCo qualification as well as support from the Headteacher, who is the Regional Lead for SEND within the Elliot Foundation.

Our ideal candidate:
● OUR CHILDREN would like you to be happy, a good listener and someone who will make their learning fun and meaningful
● OUR PARENTS would like you to be friendly and approachable
● OUR STAFF would like you to be an inspirational, committed professional who is passionate about working with children and as part of a team
● OUR COMMUNITY COUNCIL would like you to be dedicated to raising the achievement of every child

Next Steps:
We are extremely proud of our children and the hard working, dedicated team of professionals working at The Hyde. We know we are really making a difference to the children and families in our community and that we are giving them the life chances they deserve.We have enclosed a collection of pictures so you can get a taste of our school. Please also look at our Twitter feed @TheHydeSchool

We do hope that you come and see it for yourself, as The Hyde is an outstanding learning community. Your visit to our school will show you that and our children will also tell you the same too! They are so proud of their achievements.

To visit: Visits by appointment, warmly welcomed, please email me at smorris@thehydeschool.co.uk .
How to apply: To obtain an application pack please email: smorris@thehydeschool.co.uk or download a pack from our school website.

Closing date:
12pm Wednesday 24th November 2021
Interviews:
Week beginning 29th November 2021

Please note that we would like to visit shortlisted candidates in their own schools prior to the interview.

Please email your application to smorris@thehydeschool.co.uk 

Pinkwell Primary School - KS2 Class Teacher

Pinkwell Primary School
Pinkwell Lane
Hayes
Middlesex
UB3 1PG

We require confident and enthusiastic teachers to join our school from January 2022 or April 2022. For the right candidate we may be willing to consider additional responsibilities and a potential TLR dependent on experience.

Apply if you are:
● An Outstanding Teacher
● Creative and keen to develop the primary curriculum within a unique approach
● Ambitious with the drive to improve the quality of teaching and learning
● Innovative and forward thinking with a positive and dynamic approach
● Aspiring to middle or senior leadership in the future.

We can offer you:
● A culturally diverse and dedicated school
● A friendly school with strong links to the local community
● Fantastic children who want to learn and achieve
● Fantastic opportunities for professional development
● A collaborative, inspirational staff team

Please review the Class Teacher job description here and complete the Application Form here.

Please send completed application forms to lgannon@pinkwellschool.org
 
Closing date: Friday 12th November 2021 at 9am
Interview date: Week commencing 15th November 2021 


Chandos Primary School - Maths Leader

Maths Leader MPS/UPS + TLR2B
For Easter 2022 (or earlier by arrangement)
Chandos Primary School, Vaughton Street South, Highgate, Birmingham, B12 0YN
Tel: 0121 464 3881
Email: enquiry@chandosprimary.org
Website: www.chandosprimary.org
Head Teacher: Mr James Allan


Chandos is a highly diverse 2 form entry primary school, set at the heart of Birmingham’s City Centre. We are seeking to appoint a teacher who will join our friendly and inclusive team to build on the vision and developments of this popular school.

We are looking for someone who:
● Have responsibility for promoting high standards of teaching and learning in Maths across the school with an ability to lead, challenge and inspire all staff. Has the highest expectations of themselves
● The ability to inspire our children
● A passion for learning
● An energetic and proactive approach to change
● An honest commitment to your own professional development
● Can be a model of good learning and teaching within their phase and beyond
● Be an active member of the leadership team.

We will offer:
● A hard working, friendly and supportive staff team
● A welcoming and highly aspirant local community
● Hard working and enthusiastic pupils
● High quality professional development within a network of forward thinking schools in The Elliot Foundation Academy Trust, leading to NPQML and NPQSL qualifications
● Bespoke middle leadership coaching within the school and the trust

We would strongly recommend a visit to the school. Please feel free to contact us if you wish to discuss the post further.

Closing date: Thursday 18th November
Shortlisting: From Friday 19th November
Observation of teaching: From Monday 22nd November
Interviews: Friday 26th November 

Please phone the school directly (0121 464 3881) or email c.blagg@chandosprimary.org for an information pack. 

Information pack and an application form can also be downloaded from our website www.chandosprimary.org under Our School/Staff Vacancies links 

Chandos Primary School is committed to safeguarding children and young people. The successful candidate will be subject to pre-employment checks including a Barred List and Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.