We are looking to appoint a School Improvement Coordinator to support the Education Team in school improvement and support the Trust with events, CPD and communications.
You will predominantly work alongside the Director of Learning and Teaching and lead on the administration of the Academic Communities within Creative Education Trust, supporting with arranging meetings and materials and ensuring that reports and feedback are collated.
Creative Education Trust wants to ensure that all our schools receive the highest level of support and communication. Your new role within this new post will be integral in ensuring that this is achieved.
What we are looking for
We are looking for an experienced administrator who has outstanding organisational skills and the ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of people.
You will contribute towards the planning and organising of events across the Trust. Previous experience of arranging meetings and gaining feedback from attendees is desirable.
We are seeking a well-organised and motivated coordinator who will support the Directors within the Education Team and the Trust as a whole.
Why Creative Education Trust?
This is an opportunity for you to join a successful Trust on its next step of the journey and to have genuine impact across several schools.
We have successfully transformed schools previously deemed to be inadequate into good ones in order that all our students can have the best start in life. We are committed to providing educational opportunity for children of all abilities and to building cultural capital through a wide range of co-curricular activities. Curricular innovation through our Knowledge Connected programmes promotes creative, integrated and pro-active thinking so that our students are equipped for the challenges of the 21st century.
As part of Creative Education Trust you can help us inspire and enable young people to build successful lives on foundations of learning, resilience and employability and ensure that we continue to offer the best for our students.
The Milton Keynes Academy
- Mainstream school with state - academy funding
- Secondary School
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 18 years
The Milton Keynes Academy is a co-educational, non-selective secondary school for students aged 11-18. We are a member of the Creative Education Trust, a charity and multi-academy trust with a network of non-selective primary and secondary state scho...