ACES Academies Trust has a shared local vision to raise aspiration and achievement for the communities we serve. We focus on the raising of standards...
ACES Academies Trust has creativity at its core. We wish for our students to develop the ability to apply themselves with resilience, to think creatively, to question and reason……..
ACES Academies Trust focuses on excellence for all. We promote excellence in all areas of student endeavour, including the academic. Students develop self-motivation, self-respect, self-regulation and self-worth.
ACES Academies Trust seeks to provide each child with the life skills to maximise their chance of success and to be the person they want to be. We use businessmen and women to help our students……
The ACES Academies Trust has a shared local vision to raise aspiration and achievement for the communities we serve. We focus on the raising of standards, by sharing staff expertise and utilising additional resource gained through the sponsor's connections with a range of businesses across Europe and the US. New staff are employed by the Trust to work where most needed and recruitment and retention, will be enhanced.
Whether you are a teacher or support staff you will notice the difference in the ACES Trust.
We are aspirational in every respect, for children, staff and the communities we serve. We are developing a range of partnerships with universities and businesses which will enhance educational and professional opportunities for students and staff.
We believe in a technologically empowered education which prepares young people for their futures. We seek to use creativity in its broadest sense to provide curriculum enrichment and innovation.
We are looking for an experienced educational leader to oversee and deliver the Trust’s School Improvement offer for its primary schools. Reporting to the Chief Executive, you will be responsible for School Improvement activities and pedagogical advice to schools, predominantly in the primary sector and to include transition and cross phase working.
You will lead the Trust’s data and quality assurance activities to ensure that ACES Academies has live, accurate and forensic data on school performance and ensure that all DfE, Ofsted, Board and Central Team requirements for data are met.
Success in the role will be demonstrated by the stability and improvement of standards in our schools and the strong engagement of our school leaders, with the aims and mission of the Trust.
How to apply
Please download an application form from the Trust website www.acesacademies.co.uk Please note: CVs are not required and will not be considered. Applications should be addressed to Andrew Goulding, Chief Executive and submitted with covering letter (no more than two sides of A4) outlining your expertise, passion and experience for this role.
Once completed, application forms can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 12:00 noon Monday 2nd March
Shortlisting: Tuesday 3rd March
Interview dates: Tuesday 10th March 2020
Address: Hinchingbrooke School, Brampton Road, Huntingdon, Cambs. PE29 3BN Tel: 01480 375675 (Trust Office) Email: email@example.com Web: www.acesacademies.co.uk
Contract term: Permanent
Suitable for NQTs: Yes
Teacher of Religion, Philosophy and Ethics (RPE) ; 0.6 FTE
(Opportunity for those looking for a full time position to combine this with our 0.4 English vacancy – please see our advert)
To start asap
We are looking for a RE specialist to come and join our dynamic, friendly and successful team. This is an ideal opportunity to develop in an engaging and innovative environment that will help you develop as a teacher.
In choosing to work at Hinchingbrooke you will become part of a supportive and highly successful department and will flourish with the opportunities available through our Academy.
Religion, Philosophy and Ethics is taught throughout the 11 - 18 age range at all levels of ability and achieves results above the national average.
It is a compulsory GCSE subject for Years 9 and 10. At the end of Year 10 all students sit the full course AQA Religious Studies GCSE. Students take the GCSE seriously as they understand the skills that it enables them to develop.
The department is also highly popular and successful in the 6th Form with strong academic results along fantastic enrichment opportunities.
Hinchingbrooke is a remarkable state school set in acres of beautiful grounds and adjoining a country park. Hinchingbrooke House was formerly the family home of the Cromwell’s and of the Earls of Sandwich. The school finds inspiration from its heritage and gives both staff and students a very special pride and a sense of identity.
Hinchingbrooke is an 11-18 comprehensive school with over 2000 students on roll including 340 students in the Sixth form. The Academy has a strong ethos and is a vibrant community.
We are committed to making sure we never accept second best for the students in our care and look to give them a full experience of education that supports their academic and personal development.
This is summarised in our mission statement and educational vision which is:
We believe it is important to work hard to maintain and build on the current standards as well as looking to move forward and continue to improve at Hinchingbrooke in every way. Are you ready to be a part of this exciting opportunity?
We welcome candidates to visit the school at any point and to get a taste of life at Hinchingbrooke. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange.
Completed applications should be returned to email@example.com
Closing Date: THURSDAY 20TH FEBRUARY 2020
Interview: W/C 24TH FEBRUARY 2020
Two full time posts available.
Scale 5, starting salary £16,148 - based on a full time salary of £21,589, 32.5 hours - term time plus 5 training days
This post would ideally suit those on a pathway to a teaching career and looking to gain classroom/teaching experience. We are looking for adaptable and proactive individuals who can contribute to raising standards by providing support to teaching departments and the whole school in periods of short-term teacher absence. The successful applicants will be required to cover all lesson times during the school day or provide administrative support as required. The above appointment could be, by negotiation, a full or part-time post.
Closing date: Friday 21st February (12 noon)
Interviews w/c 24th Feb
Full details including application packs for all of our current posts can be found on the website visit: www.hinchingbrookeschool.net/jobs
For enquiries email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teacher of English with TLR for a suitable candidate, Huntingdon
Salary: MPS/UPS + TLR
Contract term: Permanent
Suitable for NQTs: Yes
Required to start September 2020
We seek to appoint a well-qualified and versatile English Teacher.
English is taught throughout the 11 - 18 age range and at all levels and ability. We enjoy results significantly above the national average. KS3 has a varied and engaging curriculum which follows the literary cannon chronologically giving both breadth and diversity and gives specialists the opportunity to share their care for the subject.. All groups in KS3 are mixed ability. KS4 classes are set and we follow the AQA syllabi for both Language and Literature. English is popular at A-level with AQA English Language and OCR English Literature being offered.
The English department enjoys a collaborative and collegiate ethos with the quality of classroom teaching at the heart of everything we do. The department is at the centre of the school’s teaching and learning innovation and enjoys a partnership with the Prince’s Teaching Institute and PiXL.
The successful candidate will be expected to be an excellent and aspirational classroom practitioner, who wishes to share their expertise and make a difference. As a school we value highly the development of new and existing materials and the post will involve the opportunity to work on the review of existing materials and the development of new ideas.
Above all else, the successful candidate should be enthusiastic about their work with young people and have a genuine concern for their development as individuals.
The school sees the form tutor as a key role in the support, development and welfare of the students and teachers are expected to undertake this role with the same standards and commitment as their subject role.
The school offers a bespoke CPD programme, research and development, links and networks with other outstanding schools as well as a plethora of extra-curricular and cross-curricular working opportunities.
We are a team of enthusiastic and positive teachers who are active in the Twitter community, examine for our boards, regularly deliver CPD in the broader school community and share a personal love of subject. We are looking for an experienced teacher to join our progressive TLR team and uphold the high expectations and values we hold dear as English educators.
Why come to Hinchingbrooke?
This is a fantastic school to work in: on interview, we ask candidates for their impressions of the School and without fail they comment on how wonderful our students are, the positive team ethos amongst staff and how friendly and welcoming the School is.
If you are an outstanding teacher it really is worth applying for this post and joining somewhere special. We are seeking to appoint a candidate who is passionate about their subject area; a team player who will thrive on collaboration and team work. Someone who really wants to make a difference!
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
Hinchingbrooke School values the diversity of our workforce and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community.
Closing date: Thursday 27th February 2020 (noon)
Interview date: w/c 2nd March 2020
Please submit applications to: email@example.com