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.

The Elliot Foundation - HR Business Partner (2 vacancies - 1 London and 1 East Anglia based)

HR Business Partner (2 vacancies - 1 London and 1 East Anglia based)
Permanent, full time positions
Salary PO5, Points 39 - 42 Dependant on Experience
London: £46,359 - £49,424 p/a (inclusive of London weighting) 
East Anglia: £43,105 - £46,169 p/a 

If you are an experienced HR professional, deft at solving the unsolvable and defusing the undefusable and are excited by the opportunity to work in an environment serving a truly valuable purpose, we would love to hear from you!

At the Elliot Foundation we are passionate about creating a thriving and diverse family of schools all committed to improving outcomes for all children, resourced by people who really want to make a difference within an organisation which is relentlessly positive and ambitious in approach.

We are looking for not one but TWO HR Business Partners to join our diverse and experienced HR Team. One vacancy will support our London cluster of academies and the other will support our East Anglia cluster, working alongside the schools on all aspects of the HR life cycle and playing a pivotal role in Trust wide strategic HR projects and development work. 

What does it take to be a successful HRBP at The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust?
We are looking for someone who is keen to get to know the schools within the cluster and their leaders and who has a passion to make a difference by supporting the school improvement journeys they are each on. 

We would love to hear from you if you have strong stakeholder management skills, courage and an ability to manage risks effectively with a solution focussed approach.

The successful candidates will have experience of employee relations work in a business partner or similar role. They will be driven, proactive and above all, will believe that there is no problem so wicked or disadvantage so severe that it cannot be overcome with positivity, hard work, teamwork and a dose of luck!

What will you get in return if you are successful?
We can offer the opportunity to work alongside highly experienced colleagues within a supportive framework, providing opportunities for professional development and growth. No two working days will be the same and hard work goes alongside a sense of fun and comradeship amongst the central team. 

Benefits:
  • 28 days annual leave plus statutory Bank Holidays
  • Generous Local Government Pension scheme
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Occupational health
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Tech purchase scheme
  • Eyecare voucher scheme
  • Modern working environment with a sympathetic approach to agile working

Locations
London - Head office, located in Kings Cross, N1 0AX with access to all local amenities
East Anglia - Cluster school, with regular (min once per fortnight) travel to Head office, Kings Cross, N1 0AX

Hybrid working is available also.

If you’re interested in this role please take a look at the job pack and feel free to contact Ruth Dickens, HR Director at ruth.dickens@elliotfoundation.co.uk for further information or to arrange an informal discussion. 

Details of how to apply are included in the job pack.  You will also need to specify within your covering letter which vacancy you wish to apply for.

Closing Date: Wednesday 29th June 
Interview Dates: 6th Wednesday July


The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust 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.


Nene and Ramnoth School - Early Years/Key Stage 1 Class Teacher

Nene and Ramnoth School
Early Years/Key Stage 1 Class Teacher
Salary: £25,714 - £36,961 (depending on experience)

Our three form entry, federated Nene Infant and Ramnoth Junior School needs an inspiring teacher to further develop its success from September 2022. Nene and Ramnoth School is an innovative and outward looking school, which serves a wonderfully diverse community. We are incredibly proud of our children, their learning behaviours, drive and determination.

Do you have a passion for teaching children and want to make a real difference to a child’s future?

If the answer is YES then we want to hear from you!

We are looking for a full-time, permanent teacher for Early Years/Key Stage 1. We are a friendly, supportive school who are part of a large multi-academy trust that offers excellent opportunities for you to develop your skills and work with committed staff and children to develop the teaching and learning of our children. We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, resilient, creative and inspiring Early Years/KS1 teacher to join our school to continue our dedicated work. You will be joining a highly inclusive place of learning in a happy and positive school environment. If you have a passion, ambition and commitment for ensuring children reach their potential, develop a love of learning and leave our school with the skills and learning behaviours to be highly successful in life, this could be the school for you.

We would like a teacher who:
  • Has high expectations of themselves, staff and children and values working in teams and partnerships.
  • Is passionate about meeting the needs of all children.
  • Has strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Is reflective, resilient, ambitious and keen to develop professional expertise.
  • Can engage with all aspects of school life, parents and the wider community.
  • Is committed to ongoing professional development.
  • Wish to work in an organisation with strong ethical values and is willing to work with us to ensure that The
  • Elliot Foundation values are embedded.

We offer:
  • Children who are eager to learn and keen to do well.
  • A fantastic working environment.
  • Free Nursery places available and subsidised wraparound childcare.
  • A professional, supported and highly committed staff team who have the best interests of the children at heart.
  • A leadership team who are sensitive to the pressures of the role and are keen to work with and listen to their teachers and staff.
  • Well being support for all staff which includes free tea, coffee and juice in the staff lounge at all times and a listening ear should you need it.
  • A supportive environment where there are opportunities for professional development and support from our Multi Academy Trust.
  • A chance to collaborate with colleagues with access to regional and national networks of professionals.
  • An opportunity to share a real, relevant and engaging curriculum that makes a difference to children’s lives.

The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust Ofsted Summary Report can be found on their website: www.elliotfoundation.co.uk

Closing date for applications: Friday 24th June 2022
Interviews to be held: Week commencing 27th June 2022

For more details, to arrange a visit or request an application pack, email Mrs Rachel Land (admin@nenerjs.org).

The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust 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.

TEFAT London Regional Director

TEFAT London Regional Director
Salary: c. £108k 
Start date: January 2023 (or earlier by arrangement)

The Elliot Foundation is a successful, charitable multi-academy trust specialising in primary academies. We touch the lives of 12,500 children in 29 schools across three different regions; the West Midlands, East Anglia and London, where our Head Office is based. Over the last ten years we have created a thriving and diverse family of schools, committed to improving outcomes for all children, resourced by people who really want to make a difference, in an organisation that is relentlessly positive and ambitious.

Education support to academies is led by a team of three Regional Directors, one for each regional cluster, and a Director of Curriculum and Virtual School. Between them, these four roles support, challenge and provide strategic guidance to build school improvement, and secure the Trust’s aims of strong and successful outcomes for children. The education team is part of the wider Operations Group, which incorporates finance, risk, HR, legal, estates, procurement, IT, compliance and communications leaders, and takes a holistic approach to supporting schools and each other.

We now have an exciting opportunity to join us as Regional Director for London, providing leadership to this cluster of ten busy, happy schools and around 5,000 pupils. You’ll foster the development of a self-determining, sustainable and collaborative system, which provides an outstanding learning journey for pupils and has confidence in its ability to support itself. While maintaining the value of local agency, you’ll encourage schools to make the most of being a part of a thriving regional and national group of academies, and to take pride in their membership of TEFAT.

Candidates will be experienced school and system leaders with a particular expertise in primary education, and we expect that you will have carried out Ofsted inspections under the new framework. We want to hear from those who can model and develop a positive culture, in which both local and system leadership make a powerful contribution to delivering our ambition. Strong candidates will also have a lively commitment to their own development, and we would welcome the chance to support you in achieving further professional or academic qualifications.

The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust 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.

Visit www.tefat-rd.co.uk to find out more, or contact David Gooda at Navigate NDC for a confidential discussion on 01625 800862. Alternatively, please email tefat-rd@navigategroup.co.uk to arrange an initial conversation.

Closing date: 10am, Monday 6th June 2022.

Chandos Primary School - Finance and Operations Lead

Chandos Primary School
Finance and Operations Lead
Permanent contract
Salary: Grade 4 (£28,226 to £35,336)
Start date: July 2022

School bio:
Chandos is a diverse two form entry primary academy serving an aspirant inner city community, set just a few minutes walk from New Street Central and the heart of Birmingham’s City Centre. We are an academy with The Elliot Foundation, a forward thinking multi-academy trust, with a well established and growing family of schools in the West Midlands and beyond. We are seeking to appoint a Finance and Operations Lead who will join our friendly, committed and ambitious team to build on the vision and developments of this popular academy.

We are looking for someone who has:
  • The highest professional expectations of themselves 
  • Excellent understanding of financial, HR and estate planning and resource management within a large organisation
  • An energetic and proactive approach to change
  • An honest commitment to their own professional development
  • An ability to lead and inspire staff teams
  • The ability to act as role-model for all staff with regard to professionalism and integrity
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with children, parents and staff

We will offer:
  • A hard working, friendly and supportive staff team within the academy 
  • High quality professional support and career development within the Trust
  • Hardworking and enthusiastic pupils who live and breath our ethos
  • The opportunity to work in a network of forward thinking schools with The Elliot Foundation

We would strongly recommend a visit and have a tour of the site, meet the staff and, most importantly, our children.  Please contact us if you wish to discuss the post further.  

Closing date: Monday 6th June 2022
Interviews: from Friday 10th June 2022

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

Application pack can be downloaded from our website www.chandosprimary.org  under Our School/Staff Vacancies links

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced police check is essential for this post.




Nene and Ramnoth School - KS2 Class Teacher for the Arts

Nene and Ramnoth School
KS2 Class Teacher for the Arts
Salary: MPS £24,373 - £35,971 (depending on experience)
TLR 3 for time limited project
Start date: September 2022

About our school:
Our three form entry, federated Nene Infant and Ramnoth Junior School needs an inspiring teacher to further develop its success from September 2022. Nene and Ramnoth School is an innovative and outward looking school, which serves a wonderfully diverse community. We are incredibly proud of our children, their learning behaviours, drive and determination.

Do you have a passion for teaching children and want to make a real difference to a child’s future?

If the answer is YES then we want to hear from you!

About the role:

We are looking for a full time permanent class teacher with a passion for the Arts. Alongside the class role, there will be a TLR to drive forward a creative and ambitious music and drama project over one academic year. We will support you to find opportunities to further establish links with Arts organisations and deliver a rich, well-planned and engaging curriculum, ensuring that the learning broadens our children’s horizons and inspires them to greatness.

This exciting opportunity for anyone looking to develop themselves as a teacher and make a significant difference to our whole school community. We are a friendly, supportive school who are part of a large multi-academy trust that offers excellent opportunities for you to develop your skills and work with committed staff and children to develop the teaching and learning of Key Stage 2 children. We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, resilient, creative and inspiring teacher to join our school to continue our dedicated work. If you have a passion, ambition and commitment for ensuring children reach their potential, develop a love of learning and leave our school with the skills and learning behaviours to be highly successful in life, this could be the school for you. You will be joining a highly inclusive place of learning in a happy and positive school environment.

We would like a Key Stage 2 Teacher who:
Has high expectations of themselves, staff and pupils and values working in teams and partnerships.
Is passionate about meeting the needs of all children.
Has strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Is reflective, resilient, ambitious and keen to develop professional expertise.
Can engage with all aspects of school life, parents and the wider community.
Is committed to ongoing professional development.
Wish to work in an organisation with strong ethical values and is willing to work with us to ensure that The Elliot Foundation values are embedded.

We offer:
Children who are eager to learn and keen to do well.
A fantastic working environment.
Free Nursery places available and subsidised wraparound childcare.
A professional, supported and highly committed staff team who have the best interests of the children at heart.
A leadership team who are sensitive to the pressures of the role and are keen to work with and listen to their teachers and staff.
Wellbeing support for all staff which includes free tea, coffee and juice in the staff lounge at all times and a listening ear should you need it.
A supportive environment where there are opportunities for professional development and support from our Multi Academy Trust.
A chance to collaborate with colleagues, regional and national networks of professionals.
An opportunity to share a real, relevant and engaging curriculum that makes a real difference to children’s lives.

The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust Ofsted Summary Report can be found on their website.

Closing date for applications: 23rd May 2022
Interviews to be held: 25th-27th May 2022

For more details, to arrange a visit or request an application pack, email Rachel Land (admin@nenerjs.org)

The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust 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.

Nene and Ramnoth School - KS2 Class Teacher

Nene and Ramnoth School
KS2 Class Teacher
Permanent contract
Salary: MPS £25,714 - £36,961 (depending on experience)
Start date: September 2022


About our school:
Our three form entry, federated Nene Infant and Ramnoth Junior School needs an inspiring teacher to further develop its success from September 2022. Nene and Ramnoth School is an innovative and outward looking school, which serves a wonderfully diverse community. We are incredibly proud of our children, their learning behaviours, drive and determination.

This exciting opportunity for anyone looking to develop themselves as a teacher and make a significant difference to our whole school community.
We are a friendly, supportive school who are part of a large multi-academy trust that offers excellent opportunities for you to develop your skills and work with committed staff and children to develop the teaching and learning of Key Stage 2 children. We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, resilient, creative
and inspiring teacher to join our school to continue our dedicated work. If you have a passion, ambition and commitment for ensuring children reach their potential, develop a love of learning and leave our school with the skills and learning behaviours to be highly successful in life, this could be the school for you. You will be joining a highly inclusive place of learning in a happy and positive school environment.

We would like a Key Stage 2 Teacher who:

Has high expectations of themselves, staff and children and values working in teams and partnerships.
Is passionate about meeting the needs of all children.
Has strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Is reflective, resilient, ambitious and keen to develop professional expertise.
Can engage with all aspects of school life, parents and the wider community.
Is committed to ongoing professional development.
Wishes to work in an organisation with strong ethical values and is willing to work with us to ensure that The Elliot Foundation Values are embedded.

We offer:
Children who are eager to learn and keen to do well.
A fantastic working environment
Free Nursery places available and subsidised wraparound childcare.
A professional, supported and highly committed staff team who have the best interests of the children at heart.
A leadership team who are sensitive to the pressures of the role and are keen to work with and listen to their teachers and staff.
Wellbeing support for all staff which includes free tea, coffee and juice in the staff lounge at all times and a listening ear should you need it.
A supportive environment where there are opportunities for professional development and support from our Multi Academy Trust.
A chance to collaborate with colleagues, regional and national networks of professionals.
An opportunity to share a real, relevant and engaging curriculum that makes a real difference to children’s lives.

The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust Ofsted Summary Report can be found on their website.

Closing date for applications: Monday 23rd May 2022 at 12:00pm.
Interviews to be held: 25th-27th May 2022.

For more details, to arrange a visit or request an application pack, email Rachel Land (admin@nenerjs.org).

The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust 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.

Hillingdon Primary School - Business Manager for Finance and Facilities

Hillingdon Primary School
Business Manager for Finance and Facilities
Permanent contract
Salary: POB £45,573-£49,672 FTE
Start date: 01/06/2022

School bio:
We are proud to be part of the Elliot Foundation Multi Academy Trust - an expanding primary specialist MAT. The successful candidate will benefit from the opportunity to collaborate with other finance and facilities professionals, both based at our Head Office and other school sites, for the benefit of our students and staff.

Job vacancy description:
The ideal candidate will have experience of working at management or leadership level in an academy/school or equivalent setting. He/she will have strategic leadership of, and accountability for, the school’s business and financial functions and lead our well-established and successful Operations Team. However, we are also interested to hear from candidates with the skills and knowledge to move into the education sector.

Person specification:
The successful candidate will:
- Demonstrate outstanding finance and facilities leadership with evidence of successful impacts;
- Have experience of effectively leading and managing teams and experience of appraising and developing others;
- Be successful in financial management, including income-generation initiatives; and
- Be highly motivated and determined to ensure the greatest possible outcome for our students

How to apply:
https://crinklerecruitment.com/Job/Business-Manager-for-Finance-and-Facilities-3211

Key dates and deadlines:
Closing date:  Wednesday 18th May 2022 at 12pm
Interview date:  Thursday 26th May 2022

Key contact:
Sam Bolger at sbolger@hillingdonprimaryschool.org.uk 01895590087


Kings Rise Academy - Class Teacher

Kings Rise Academy
Class Teacher - Upper Key Stage 2 class teacher
Permanent contract
Salary: National Salary Grade
Start date: September 2022

Job overview
We are looking for a passionate Upper Key Stage 2 class teacher to deliver high quality lessons, while successfully nurturing and inspiring our students. You will enthuse and motivate students to strive for success while maintaining a healthy learning environment for all children within the school.

Job requirements

  •  QTS (Qualified Teacher Status).
  •  A Good Honours Degree.
  •  Experience preferred however we are happy to entertain candidates who are NQTs
  •  The right candidate will have:
  •  A detailed knowledge of the curriculum and its means of delivery.
  •  High standards of communication and interpersonal skills.
  •  The ability to work as a team.
  •  The ability to work towards deadlines.
  •  Be proficient in I.T skills and have the ability and passion to use I.T equipment effectively in the classroom
  •  The ability to motivate both students and your peers.
  •  Highly motivated and enthusiastic.
  •  Excellent attendance and punctuality.


What we offer
  •  A competitive salary in line with Nationally agreed salary points.
  •  A school that is fully dedicated to developing every child to reach their full potential irrespective of their ability.
  •  A dedicated and friendly team of professionals who are keen to develop and learn.
  •  Excellent CPD opportunities to grow.
  •  Fantastic facilities to resource your ability to teach your students without limitations.
  •  Safeguarding

Kings Rise Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils and expect all employees to share this commitment. All applications should read the child protection policy, which is available on our website, and are required to declare any information as requested on the application form. Enhanced disclosure with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) in the UK and a local police certificate will be requested for the successful candidate.

For an Application Form, please contact kraenquiry@kingsrise.org or contact the school on 0121 464 4635

Closing Date is Tuesday 31st May 2022.

We encourage and welcome requests/visits to the school so you can see Kings Rise Academy in action. Please contact Mrs Wynne, Office Manager on 0121 464 4635.

Interviews for the successful candidates will be held at Kings Rise Academy, Hornsey Road, Kingstanding, Birmingham, B44 0JL on Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th June 2022 and will include a lesson observation procedure, pupil panel and personality test.

Shirestone Academy - Vice Principal

Shirestone Academy
Vice Principal
Permanent contract
Salary: L8-L12
Start date: 01/09/2022

School bio:
Shirestone Academy is a very successful and continually improving one form entry school. Including our Nursery we have about 240 pupils from a range of backgrounds. We are an inclusive school that seeks to provide the best possible opportunities for all pupils.
We deliver our curriculum through a creative and thinking skills approach to topic-based work.

Pupils benefit from Music Tuition in years 2 and 4 with the option to be an elective in years 3,5 and 6, a successful breakfast club which is provided by Greggs Breakfast  for free, and a host of extracurricular activities within the school day. We have Quality Mark 2007,2011,2018 and 2022  for our school’s standards in English, Maths, Science and ICT.

We have a thriving Parent community who attend workshops and stay and play events.  We have a host of projects which allow parents to visit the school and work with children to best support them at home.

We foster partnerships with a whole spectrum of organisations including Progressive Sports, King Edwards IV and local schools in North Solihull as well as the local area.  We have good relationships with our feeder schools to ensure children are given the best possible transition to secondary school.

Teaching and Learning is at the heartbeat of what we do as a school and we truly believe no child should be left behind.  Our end of KS2 SATs scores have been significantly above the national average and our 3 year average is 82% expected  for RWM combined. 

We work as a team and Shirestone Academy is a family school.  SLT have an open door policy  and put children, staff and parents first.

Job description:

We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated, committed and exemplary practitioner to the post of Vice Principal. This is an exceptional opportunity for a dynamic and inspiring  person to take on the role and  lead on the Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, Assessment and Standards.

We are looking for someone who has previously held a senior leadership post for over 4 years and can demonstrate whole school impact.

The post holder must be able to deliver high quality lessons, demonstrating consistently good or outstanding teaching. The post would suit someone with a passion for teaching who is keen to develop confident and enthusiastic children as well as coach and mentor staff to be outstanding practitioners . We are looking for someone who has a strong foundation and knowledge of the curriculum and can demonstrate impact in previous leadership roles. Our community is very much part of the family here at Shirestone Academy and the post holder would be expected to be visible to parents daily and support them as much as supporting the children and staff.

You must have a strong understanding of the wider curriculum as this will be part of your whole school responsibility.

Please view the Vice Principal full job description here.

How to apply:
Informal visits to the school prior to application can be arranged by contacting
Michael Edwards, School Business Manager, on 0121 675 4686 or by email hr@shirestoneacademy.co.uk

Please complete the application form in full which is available on our school website on:

https://www.shirestn.bham.sch.uk/vacancies

Please enclose a letter (maximum 2 sides of A4) with your application form to support your application that highlights your suitability and preparation for this position including your personal educational philosophy and vision.

Application form and letter of application:

Please send for the attention of Mr Nadeem Bashir, Principal to hr@shirestoneacademy.co.uk

This position is not suitable for ECTs (Early Career Teachers)

Key deadlines:
• Closing Date: Thursday 12th May 2022 - Midday
• Interviews: To be confirmed

The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust - HR Officer (West Midlands)

HR Officer, West Midlands 
Permanent, full time position (Hybrid working)
Salary SO1, Points 23 - 25 (£26,609 - £30,804 p/a) - Dependant on Experience

If you are interested in developing your career as a HR professional, have excellent problem solving and communication skills, enjoy working as part of a team and are excited by the opportunity to work in an environment serving a truly valuable purpose, we would love to hear from you!

At the Elliot Foundation we are passionate about creating a thriving and diverse family of schools all committed to improving outcomes for all children, resourced by people who really want to make a difference within an organisation which is relentlessly positive and ambitious in approach.

We are looking for a HR Officer to join our diverse and experienced HR Team, working closely alongside our West Midlands cluster of academies in an administrative and advisory capacity on aspects of the HR life cycle and playing a pivotal role in Trust wide HR projects and development work. 

The person we are looking for will have a solution focussed approach to responding to HR matters from a range of stakeholders, with the ability to manage conflicting priorities whilst maintaining a professional and effective HR service. They will have some experience of administrative and employee relations work in a HR environment. They will be driven, proactive and above all, will believe that there is no problem so severe or new that it cannot be overcome with positivity, hard work and some help from the right places along the way!

We can offer the opportunity to work alongside highly experienced colleagues within a supportive framework, providing opportunities for professional development and growth. No two working days will be the same and hard work goes alongside a sense of fun and comradeship amongst the central team. 

If you’re interested in this role please take a look at the job pack and feel free to contact Charlene Whittingham, HR Business Partner at charlene.whittingham@elliotfoundation.co.uk for further information or to arrange an informal discussion. 

Details of how to apply are included in the job pack.

Closing Date: 12pm, Thursday 5th May 2022
Interview Date: Monday 16th May 2022

The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust 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.

Nene and Ramnoth School - PE Teacher

Nene and Ramnoth School
PE Teacher
Salary: MPS £25,714 - £36,961 (depending on experience)

Our three form entry, federated Nene Infant and Ramnoth Junior School needs an inspiring PE teacher to further develop its success from September 2022. Nene and Ramnoth School is an innovative and outward looking school, which serves a wonderfully diverse community. We are incredibly proud of our children, their learning behaviours, drive and determination.

Do you have a passion for teaching children and want to make a real difference to a child’s future?

If the answer is YES then we want to hear from you!

We are looking for a full-time, permanent teacher to take the lead in all PE planning, teaching and learning, clubs and extracurricular activities. We are a friendly, supportive school who are part of a large multi-academy trust that offers excellent opportunities for you to develop your skills and work with committed staff and children to develop the teaching and learning of our children. We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, resilient, creative and inspiring PE teacher to join our school to continue our dedicated work.

You will be joining a highly inclusive place of learning in a happy and positive school environment. If you have a passion, ambition and commitment for ensuring children reach their potential, develop a love of learning and leave our school with the skills and learning behaviours to be highly successful in
life, this could be the school for you.

We would like a PE teacher who:
Has high expectations of themselves, staff and children and values working in teams and partnerships.
Will take the lead in extra curricular sports clubs.
Is passionate about meeting the needs of all children.
Has strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Is reflective, resilient, ambitious and keen to develop professional expertise.
Can engage with all aspects of school life, parents and the wider community.
Is committed to ongoing professional development.
Wish to work in an organisation with strong ethical values and is willing to work with us to ensure that The
Elliot Foundation values are embedded.

We offer:

Children who are eager to learn and keen to do well.
  • A fantastic working environment.
  • Free Nursery places available and subsidised wraparound childcare.
  • A professional, supported and highly committed staff team who have the best interests of the children at heart.
  • A leadership team who are sensitive to the pressures of the role and are keen to work with and listen to their teachers and staff.
  • Wellbeing support for all staff which includes free tea, coffee and juice in the staff lounge at all times and a listening ear should you need it.
  • A supportive environment where there are opportunities for professional development and support from our Multi Academy Trust.
  • A chance to collaborate with colleagues with access to regional and national networks of professionals.
  • An opportunity to share a real, relevant and engaging curriculum that makes a difference to children’s lives.

The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust Ofsted Summary Report can be found on their website:
elliotfoundation.co.uk

Closing date for applications: Friday 24th June 2022
Interviews to be held: Week commencing 27th June 2022

For more details, to arrange a visit or request an application pack, email Mrs Rachel Land (admin@nenerjs.org).

The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust 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.