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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.
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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.
From September 2019
These are exciting times for our Learning Support (SEND) department at Hinchingbrooke School. Due to the relocation and expansion of our Learning Support Department, we are setting up a ‘nurture group’ which we wish to be taught using a primary model.
We are seeking an experienced KS2 primary practitioner, able to plan and deliver a thematic curriculum and teach the Maths and English. There are c. 12 students in each of Years 7 and 8 who will have 6 Maths and 6 English lessons taught separately, with 20 lessons together in a thematic, primary style curriculum to cover Science, History, Geography and R.E. The rest of their lessons will be in mainstream.
There is enough teaching for a full time post, though a job share would be considered.
Deadline for applications: Monday 13th May 2019 (noon)
Interviews: Friday 17th May 2019
For further information please contact 01480 375675. Applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary: ISR L34 – L40 + Relocation Package
Contract term: Permanent
The Principal reports to the CEO and is responsible for all aspects of the school’s operation and the standards achieved.
The Principal is responsible for the effective overall management of the school, for ensuring the provision of academic leadership and strategic vision and for the quality of education, both in terms of provision and outcomes. The Principal is expected to lead the school in line with the national standards for headship.
The Principal will lead the senior team and distribute leadership responsibilities to ensure that all key aspects are covered. The senior team consists of three Vice Principals and six Assistant Principals, their current responsibilities being detailed in the application pack. The CEO and Director of Finance and HR are both central office appointments and are available to assist in any aspect of the leadership and management of the school.
The Principal is the lead professional and should conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times and be a good role model for all staff. You should lead by example with integrity, creativity, resilience, and clarity. You should demonstrate optimistic personal behaviour, positive relationships and attitudes towards students and staff, and towards parents, governors and members of the local community.
You should draw on your own scholarship, expertise and skills, along with that of others, to communicate a compelling vision and sustain a current understanding of educational excellence, working with political and financial astuteness, within a clear set of principles, to translate local and national policy into the context of the school.
We welcome visits to the school prior to interview. Please contact Debbie Warner, Principal's PA, 01480 375675 or email@example.com. Applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for receipt of applications: Monday 3rd June (noon)
Interviews: Tuesday 11th June (from midday), Wednesday 12th June and Thursday 13th June 2019
Leadership Spine: L14 – L18
Required for September 2019
Hinchingbrooke School is seeking to appoint a highly motivated and inspirational leader to join a dynamic and high-performing senior leadership team.
You will be an outstanding professional who is passionate about the development of outstanding pedagogical practice. You will be knowledgeable and experienced, successful in your own right, flexible in your approach and, above all, a team player.
We are looking for a highly committed and resilient team player, with a passion for high standards and an understanding of the strategies required to motivate and inspire staff and students.
For aspiring Headteachers of the future, this promises to be a rich and rewarding experience for the candidate with the right qualities and experience.
Closing date: Monday 13th May (9.00)
Interview date: Wednesday 15th May 2019
Cromwell Academy is a delightful, well-maintained primary school which is bursting with potential. We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and inspirational KS1 or KS2 Teacher to join our amazing team on our exciting journey to excellence and innovation.
The successful candidate will have a sound understanding of the current curriculum with a desire to support the school in further curriculum design and be committed to maintaining exceptional classroom practice.
The post is suitable for an NQT, RQT or experienced teacher on a full-time basis (part-time will be considered in some instances).
Cromwell Academy provides one of the most welcoming and pleasant working environments possible and benefits from a committed, ambitious staff and delightful children, who want to succeed. Visits to the school and informal enquiries are welcome and encouraged. We are confident that once you step through the doors of our wonderful school, you will want to join us.
Enquiries and applications to: email@example.com
Closing date for applications: Thursday 16th May 2019 (noon)
Interviews to be held: Tuesday 21st May 2019