Do you want to be the teacher that significantly transforms our children’s lives?
The Williamson Trust is a multi-academy trust based in Medway. Our family of schools include one secondary grammar, one 4 - 19 academy and four primary schools. The vision for the Trust is summed up in our strapline aspire, achieve, excel - all our members of our family of schools sights high, achieve to the best of their ability and excel in all they do. Through a relentless focus on the quality of teaching, pupil progress and leadership, all children in Trust schools are enabled to enjoy their learning, to develop 21st century skills for life and work to achieve beyond their expectations.
Our values and ethos are firmly rooted in traditional values with an uncompromising culture of no excuses, and we insist on high standards for staff and pupils. We mean this, we follow it and we refer to it every day because we believe in it. Every pupil matters, every pupil can achieve, every lesson counts. We make no excuses and we expect none from pupils or staff.
We offer staff a unique opportunity to experience other contexts and phases and to network with colleagues in other Trust schools. We will support you to be the best you can be. Great schools are built on a solid foundation of committed staff who believe there is no ceiling to pupil’s achievement. We know our staff within our schools work hard and aim to recognise this wherever possible. For all staff we take professional development seriously and have created career pathways to help you map out your career aspirations. Additionally, we provide an array of professional development programmes for our staff including NQT, middle and senior leader programmes supported by the MTSA. In October, we offer pupils and staff a two-week half term.
We want our teachers to concentrate on what they do best - teach. We have clear, consistent behaviour systems and every teacher has their own classroom. Our teachers plan the curriculum together allowing them to share expertise as well as the workload. This enables our teachers to retain autonomy in planning to meet the needs of their classes thereby developing a creative approach to teaching and learning. Our pupils will strike you with their confidence, respectful and caring matter. Together teaching and support staff form part of a vibrant, inclusive team which is helping to change our pupils’ lives.
In September 2013 Allhallows joined the Trust as a sponsor academy. This is a one form entry primary school based on the Hoo Peninsula in a rural setting. Outcomes have improved significantly, and staff at the academy have worked tirelessly to achieve a judgment of 'good' in the most recent inspection in June 2015. The Head of School is Miss Julie North and Ms Lucy Davenport is the Primary Executive Headteacher.
We are seeking talented, passionate key stage 1 and 2 teachers who truly wish to inspire our pupils to realise their goals. The role at Allhallows Primary Academy will enable you to work with like-minded colleagues who share your goals and ambitions. All of our academies are developing and there will be plenty of opportunities for promotion and development. You will contribute to leading and shaping the vision and future of our school.
Do you want a real challenge and to progress your career with colleagues who are just as ambitious? Would you like to be recognised professionally for your achievements and have access to a plethora of professional development opportunities?
We welcome informal visits to the Academy to help you make your decision as to whether or not our vision and values match your beliefs and you could fulfil your career ambitions with us. If you wish to discuss any aspect of this vacancy or arrange a visit to the Academy please contact Mrs Hoad, HR Assistant 01634 251443 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Trust is committed to the safeguarding of all children and young people. The offer of appointment will be subject to enhanced level DBS clearance, receipt of two acceptable references and satisfactory completion of other vetting procedures. Applicants who have been resident outside of the UK within the last five years, 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. Additional employment and referencing will also be undertaken.
Please note that The Williamson Trust reserve the right to close the advert before the advertised closing date should a sufficient response have been received. Therefore, please complete your application as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.