DSLV - An E-ACT Academy
Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
About DSLV - An E-ACT Academy
Join our team and help inspire our wonderful pupils!
At Danetre and Southbrook Learning Village (DSLV) Academy, we know that the life chances of our pupils are determined by inspirational teachers like you. By helping our excellent teachers to develop into leaders within the profession, we know that we are also helping our delightful pupils to develop into leaders of the future.
DSLV is an ambitious, all-through academy for 3 to 19 year olds in Daventry, It is fabulous to witness their full journey as our children grow into young adults. We set no limits on learning and our pupils and staff are challenged to make the most of their undoubted potential.
A historic market town in beautiful Northamptonshire countryside, Daventry is home to two E-ACT academies that enthusiastically collaborate together. There is plenty to keep residents occupied in this vibrant town including the popular Daventry Country Park and Reservoir which is perfect for countryside walks and picturesque cycle paths.
The E-Act Family
We are an E-ACT academy and proud to be part of a community that includes over 18,000 pupils and 2,300 teaching and non-teaching professionals across the country. E-ACT multi-academy trust is responsible for 29 academies across the length and breadth of England. This strong Multi-Academy Trust provides a wealth of support to help you develop and opportunities for further promotion within our family of academies.
We are always searching for dynamic, motivated and enthusiastic people so we can continue to give every one of our pupils the opportunity to explore, solve, create and achieve. In return, we offer the chance to work with amazing people and inspirational pupils, as well as a great salary and sector-leading work-life balance arrangements. Find out more at www.e-act.org.uk
“Pupils conduct themselves well, both in lessons and around the school site. They have positive attitudes to learning. Leaders who are responsible for safeguarding ensure that pupils are safe, and that those who are potentially vulnerable receive appropriate support. Children in the early years make good progress in their learning due to the effective support that they receive from their teachers. Students in the sixth form achieve well due to the appropriateness of the courses that they study, and the close support that they receive from their teachers and the head of sixth form.”