The Manor Academy
Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
About The Manor Academy
The Manor Academy situated within the heart of the Mansfield Woodhouse community. The provision for our students is from age 11 to 18.
Since September 2016 the academy has been part of the Two Counties Trust.
The Manor Academy underwent a full Ofsted Inspection in May 2018 securing a well-deserved “GOOD” rating for overall effectiveness and for all the 4 main categories, including Pupil Outcomes, Teaching & Learning, Behaviour and Leadership of the Academy. All aspects of the sixth form were also judged to be good. The Lead Inspector stated that, “the quality of the education has been transformed since the last full inspection”.
It is an exciting time to be working with Manor Academy as both students and staff at the school have worked hard to achieve a rapid rise in outcomes. There is a lot to be proud of at Manor Academy, and the Governors along with all staff hold a common aim to work with students to ensure that the quality of provision and outcomes improves even further in the future. At Manor Academy, we are very proud of our reputation for the high standards of teaching, behaviour and academic achievement.
We have high expectations and encourage all students to meet them. All staff support the vision of the Manor Academy which is to ensure that all of our students develop their full range of talents and fulfil their academic potential.
The Manor Academy’s partnerships with specialist organisations and schools gives our students countless opportunities for unique, life-enhancing experiences. Our partnership with The Royal Ballet School, for example, means that our students get access to workshops and classes led by specially trained ballet teachers.
The facilities at The Manor Academy are second to none; we have our own sports centre, a full-sized all-weather sports pitch, an outstanding cafe offering hot and cold foods, a construction centre and an engineering workshop, a hair and beauty training salon, advanced ICT facilities and a comprehensive library.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Any offer of employment will be subject to the receipt of a satisfactory enhanced level DBS disclosure, two satisfactory references and successful completion of vetting procedures.
It is an offence to apply for a role if candidates are barred from engaging in Regulated Activity relevant to children. A copy of the Trust's policy on the employment of ex-offenders can be found here www.twocountiestrust.co.uk/trust-policies. A copy of the school's child protection policy can be found here: www.themanor.notts.sch.uk/governance-and-policies/manor-academy-policies-and-procedures.
We are committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce and candidates who meet the minimum job criteria will be given an opportunity to demonstrate their abilities at interview.
Applications must be made via the TES website. Applications made solely by Curriculum Vitae or letter will not be accepted.
Applicants who have been resident outside the UK, if offered a position, in addition to a DBS, will be required to provide a completed police record check from the police authority in the country or countries in which they were resident.
For all vacancy queries please contact the Two Counties Trust HR team via email at HRfirstname.lastname@example.org
The Two Counties Trust
Who we are
The school is a member of The Two Counties Trust. The Trust is a family of schools with a common ethos and values who share collective goals. We have a united passion to transform the lives of children and young people in our local community by achieving the very best we can for every student in our schools. Our aim is to provide an excellent education for all, enabling our students to gain confidence, raise their aspirations and become well prepared for adult life.
Why should you join us?
We are a large and growing Trust, which currently employs over 1,200 colleagues. We support career and professional development through structured CPD, secondments to other schools within the Trust (including promotion opportunities), and we foster sharing of good practice through a range of subject specialist groups across our schools. These opportunities to develop your career exist within a culture that values your contribution and enables you to achieve your personal goals whilst improving the educational experience and life choices of our students.
When joining any of our schools, you will receive a structured induction, and if you are an NQT, you can expect a programme of professional advice and support to help you successfully complete the NQT year.
We offer you:
- A competitive salary and benefits package including pensions, generous holiday provisions and ancillary benefits. Our pay scales for Allowances, UPR and Leadership are above the national pay scales;
- An environment where you will be working with a dedicated team of like-minded professionals;
- The chance to develop your skills, practice and experience through a range of opportunities with one or more of our schools.
We recognise that supporting and enabling your career development is important. As such, we have developed a framework called Career Pathways to provide a personal development structure to support aspiring, new and experienced teachers to take the next steps in their career development. To find out more please go to: The Two Counties Trust Career Pathways
What we seek from you:
- A commitment to our ethos and values;
- A passion to deliver the best education you can for every child or young person, making a positive difference;
- The energy to act as a role model and a source of inspiration for our students.
Where we are
We are a growing Trust with a strong reputation. Our schools are located in the counties of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire and our current schools are Ashfield School, Frederick Gent School, Friesland School, Heritage High School, The Manor Academy, Selston High School, Springwell Community College, Swanwick Hall School and Wilsthorpe School .
To find out more about us, please go to The Two Counties Trust website.
We hope we will be welcoming you to our Trust in the near future.
The one thing I really like about my job is.. “The support I receive right from the top to my faculty leader. The chance to push on with ideas I that have and opportunities to develop in all areas of teaching”.- Quote from Manor Academy's Employee Survey 2019
The one thing I really like about my job is.. “Discussion of challenging ideas that have clear effect and sense of purpose and importance to the student, and, on reflection to myself”.- Quote from Manor Academy's Employee Survey 2019
The one thing I really like about my job is.. “It's so difficult to choose one thing as there are so many positives I could highlight. To choose one: Open channels of communication between departments and leadership across all levels”.- Quote from Manor Academy's Employee Survey 2019
The one thing I really like about my job is.. "Having the ability to offer life changing opportunities through the education of my subject but also to inspire and guide young minds. I also feel I have the autonomy to make decisions that will aid teachers teach and students learn to the best of their ability”.- Quote from Manor Academy's Employee Survey 2019
The one thing I really like about my job is.. “The opportunity to progress. Leadership showing consistent support. Colleagues being understanding and passionate about education. Influencing the students to become individual and confident”.- Quote from Manor Academy's Employee Survey 2019
Why work at Manor? We, as students, absolutely love being at Manor. Why? Well because we have an amazing relationship with our teachers and peers alike. This in turn creates a nice, motivating working atmosphere for both student and staff. The spirit of British values and democracy echoes throughout the corridors of the academy. With our range of facilities across the school there is always chances to run and attend extra-curricular activities. This, in turn, embellishes that friendly working atmosphere that we value at Manor Academy. In conclusion, we would say that the best thing at Manor is the team working environment and the sense that, to achieve, we must work together. That’s what makes our school a great school.- A message from the students at Manor Academy