Vacancies

Job Vacancies

Thank you for showing an interest in working for DDAT.

Our Trust was established in 2014 for schools choosing to become an academy as well as for those who found themselves in need of a sponsor.

Governance

DDAT values local accountability through a Local Governing Body. In the circumstances where a school is less than Good, DDAT will take responsibility for governance and work to quickly rebuild the capacity of leaders at all levels so that the school regains earned autonomy.

Curriculum

All DDAT schools follow the National Curriculum and supplement it with a vast range of extra-curricular activities which bring learning to life for all pupils.

Terms and conditions

DDAT aims to ensure consistency of terms and conditions at the time of conversion and also for new staff joining after conversion. As such all staff should be treated no less favourably than they would within a LA school whilst working for DDAT.

External partners

DDAT works closely with external partners such as Local Authorities, Universities and Teaching Schools. DDAT brokers support across church and community schools and purchase services from a range of providers, including the LA, in the best interest of the school. DDAT encourages full involvement with other schools and regional initiatives.

Support

DDAT provides business, legal, finance, building, HR and governance support through a hub team. Our schools are only one call away from the help they need.

School improvement

All schools, including Good and Outstanding schools, receive a minimum of six visits per year from one of our own team of school improvement professionals. All of our own team undertaking these minimum visits have experience as Head Teacher, Local Authority Adviser/Partner and Inspector on behalf of Ofsted. Additional school-school and system-wide support is actively encouraged with other DDAT schools, the diocese, one of our many partners, or a proven partner identified by the school. Our diocesan team also includes people with considerable experience of Church school inspection.

Continuous professional development (CPD)

DDAT believe that all staff should continue to grow as professionals and as people. Our ethos of working to fulfil every individual’s potential applies to staff as well as to pupils.

DDAT staff are involved in a continuing process of improvement and we are committed to fostering a positive belief and practice in continuous learning. Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is an important way of motivating and developing our staff and a carefully planned programme of DDAT CPD improves standards, raises morale and assists with recruitment, retention and succession planning.

All those involved in our school community will have an entitlement to equality of access to high-quality induction and continuing professional development. The focus of DDAT CPD is on improving standards and the quality of teaching and learning. DDAT will ensure that mechanisms are in place to disseminate good practice in CPD that supports and improves teaching and learning.

Current Job Vacancies

Become a governor

Make a difference in your community

Being an academy governor is a hugely rewarding form of voluntary work. Our governors make a real difference to our children and their local community, by actively contributing to the success of the academy.

All our governors are given access to ongoing training, resources and personal development. You will be able to gain expertise which is transferable to your own professional life, together with gaining a better understanding of the education system.

Joining a Local Governing Board

Each academy has a Local Governing Board whose governors’ oversee academy improvement, performance and identity. These boards work closely with their head teacher to monitor the day-to-day running of the academy, ensuring the improvement plan is carried out to the highest standards.

Governors form a crucial part of an academy’s success, offering peer support and challenge to leadership teams. All of our established boards are highly valued and encouraged to work closely with those that lead and manage them.

Your commitment

Governors offer their time voluntarily. Becoming a governor within an academy will mean a commitment for a period of four years. You will be expected to attend board meetings and possibly a committee. Additionally, governors may be asked to participate on various panels. All governors are linked to a faculty or specialism within the academy, often drawing on their own experience or knowledge.

Types of governors

Our Local Governing Boards consist of governors from all walks of life and usually fall into one of these categories:

  • parent governors (also open to grandparents and foster carers)
  • staff governors
  • trust governors PCC (nominated by the PCC in faith schools)
  • trust governors (appointed by DDAT board)
  • chapter governor (a category for the Cathedral School)

Eligibility

To be eligible as an academy governor you must be over 18 years of age and not have been declared bankrupt. There are no particular qualifications or requirements other than a willingness to give time to the role and a capacity for working with other people.

Any particular skills of experience our governors have will always be utilised wherever possible, to enable the academy, its students, staff and community to benefit from this knowledge.

To find out more about becoming a governor, please contact Jayne Hadfield, Head of Governance Services, at jayne.hadfield@derby.gov.uk

 


 

Teaching and Learning Assistant

Darley Churchtown CofE Primary School

Grade 7, Pay Points 8-11 FTE

Hours per week: 32.5

Weeks per year: 39

The Governing board of Darley Churchtown CofE Primary School are looking for an experienced Teaching and Learning Assistant to join our small, friendly team.

The post is initially designed to support high needs pupils in KS1.

Our school is a small, welcoming and nurturing place with mixed age classes throughout. We are looking for a warm, nurturing person who is able to adapt the curriculum to suit pupils’ needs, be able to develop resources, provide interventions and liaise with parents.

The successful candidate will:

  • Demonstrate high expectations and standards for all children.
  • Have a strong empathy for children with additional emotional needs.
  • Engage positively with parents/carers and act as a liaison between school and parents/carers.
  • Have a creative and exciting approach to childcare and play.
  • Be fully supportive of Darley Churchtown’s ethos.
  • Fully adopt and adhere to Darley Churchtown’s policies.

We offer a supportive, caring and positive environment in which to work. As a Church of England school we strive to ‘be the best that we can be’ throughout.

Please submit your completed application and send via email mloader@darleychurchtown.derbyshire.sch.uk by the closing date. Further details on the recruitment process will then be communicated.

Closing date: 12 noon on Sunday 12th June 2022

Interview date: Monday 20 June 2022

Job Description & Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

 


 

Job Title: Class Teacher (2 posts)

Location: Arboretum Primary School 

Contract Type: Fixed Term – Maternity cover

Salary: Main scale (M1-M6) 

Hours per week: Full Time

Start Date: September 2022

We are looking to appoint two hardworking, enthusiastic Teachers with drive and energy to provide maternity cover in our happy, lively, forward looking and successful school. One post will be in KS1, the other in KS2.  In return, we can offer you high quality professional development and the opportunity to be part of a team of teachers who regularly share best practice and learn from each other.

Applicants should be outstanding teachers and be innovative and creative in their approach to learning, with exceptionally high expectations of achievement, attainment and behaviour. Arboretum is a Good school, as confirmed at our recent Ofsted short inspection (November 2017). The inspectors felt that: “The pupils’ positive attitudes to learning and their respectful behaviour reflect the school’s values and the leaders’ good work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare”.

We are a large 635 place primary (which includes 32 children in our 2 year old unit and 78 in our 3 year old nursery), with a rich ethnic mix of delightful and well-behaved children. Our modern school has recently been refurbished and extensively extended and sits in large attractive grounds.  We pride ourselves on our caring ethos and the value we place in our dedicated and friendly staff teams.  We are a popular school, and have a waiting list for most year groups.

Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is embedded across everything we do at Arboretum, including all stages of our recruitment and selection process.  The successful candidate will require enhanced DBS clearance.

We warmly invite prospective candidates to visit the school to find out more about us and the role.  The head teacher will be offering a tour of the school on Tuesday 7th June at 4:00pm.  To register your interest, call the school office on (01332) 291140 or email jobs@arboretum.derby.sch.uk .  Please also take a few minutes to watch our school video on our Welcome page of our website www.arboretum.derby.sch.uk to get a true flavour of Arboretum Primary School.

For application details, please see attached, or go to Join Our Team on the Main Menu of our website at: www.arboretum.derby.sch.uk  where you will find job details and application forms.     

Please complete both the DDAT Teacher application form and the Monitoring form.  Applications should be emailed to jobs@arboretum.derby.sch.uk or posted to the school address.  Please note that the correct forms must be completed, and CVs or other methods of application will not be accepted.

Closing Date: 9.00 am Monday 13th June 2022

Provisional Interviews: Monday 20th June 2022

Job Description

Person Specification

References & Monitoring form

Application form

 


 

Teaching and Learning Assistant

Darley Churchtown CofE Primary School

Grade 7, Pay Points 8-11 (Full time equivalent £21,108 –  £ 23,021, pro-rata for term time only)

1 year fixed term due to funding.

Start date 1 September 2022

End date 31 August 2023

Hours per week: 17.5

Weeks per year: 39

The Governing board of Darley Churchtown CofE Primary School are looking for an experienced Teaching and Learning Assistant to join our small, friendly team for a fixed term due to GRIP funding. The post will be mornings only supporting a pupil in Y6.

Our school is a small, welcoming and nurturing place with mixed age classes throughout. We are looking for a warm, nurturing person who is able to adapt the curriculum to suit pupils’ needs, be able to develop resources, provide interventions and liaise with parents.

The successful candidate will:

  • Demonstrate high expectations and standards for all children.
  • Have a strong empathy for children with additional emotional needs.
  • Engage positively with parents/carers and act as a liaison between school and parents/carers.
  • Have a creative and exciting approach to childcare and play.
  • Be fully supportive of Darley Churchtown’s ethos.
  • Fully adopt and adhere to Darley Churchtown’s policies.

We offer a supportive, caring and positive environment in which to work. As a Church of England school we strive to ‘be the best that we can be’ throughout.

Please submit your completed application and send via email to mloader@darleychurchtown.derbyshire.sch.uk by the closing date. Further details on the recruitment process will then be communicated.

Closing date: 12 noon on Sunday 12th June 2022

Interview date: Monday 20 June 2022

Job Description & Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

 


 

Head of Safeguarding

Start date:                   1 September 2022

Contract:                     Permanent 

Salary:                         £52,744 – £57,082

Hours per week:         40 hours, 52 weeks per year

Location:                     Head Office, Bakewell      

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and successful safeguarding leader to join Derby Diocesan Academy Trust’s (DDAT) central team. DDAT and DDAT 2 are a Multi Academy Trusts that oversee and support schools across Derbyshire and Derby City. Established in 2014 by the Diocese of Derby, DDAT is committed to providing high quality education for all children in their academies based on clearly established Christian values and principles. With a healthy pipeline of schools who are in the process of joining the Trust, the new Head of Safeguarding will play a pivotal role within DDAT.

The Head of Safeguarding will be the first point of contact and will eventually lead DDAT’s Central Safeguarding Team, reporting to the Deputy CEO and with a wider accountability to the executive board and to Trustees. The purpose of the role is to provide expert leadership for centrally-driven and Trust-wide safeguarding practice, providing a high level of quality assurance and accountability for keeping all DDAT children safe so that they can learn, thrive and lead successful lives.

We are looking for someone who:

  • Has up to date knowledge of relevant legislation and guidance in relation to working with and the protection of young people.
  • Has expert safeguarding knowledge.
  • Has relevant experience in quality assurance and compliance in safeguarding matters.
  • Can demonstrate capacity to contribute to the ambition we have for all our schools to become outstanding.
  • Shares our ambition for achieving a consistently high-quality education for all our children and young people.

In return, DDAT will offer you an opportunity to work as part of a supportive team and empower you to further develop the Trust.  You will be rewarded with a competitive salary, pension contributions and receive ongoing high quality professional development opportunities.

Please refer to the enclosed Job Description and Person Specification for full details of the role.

All applications must be made on the DDAT application forms. Please email your completed application forms to HR@DDAT.org.uk.

To arrange an informal discussion about the role please contact Jo Harris, Executive PA to CEO and COO on 07712 530864.

DDAT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Due to this post having access to children and/or vulnerable adults, the successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The successful candidate will be required to register to the DBS update service annually, the full cost will be reimbursed by the Trust. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided.

Closing date for applications: Friday 27 May 2022 at 12noon

Interview dates: Monday 30 May 2022 (held remotely)

Job Description & Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

 


 

Job Title: Teaching and Learning Assistant

Location: Darley Churchtown CofE Primary School

Contract Type: Fixed term – Maternity cover

Start Date: 1st September 2022

Salary: Grade 7, Pay Points 8-11 (Full time equivalent £21,108 –  £ 23,021, pro-rata for term time only)

Hours per week: 30

Weeks per year: 39

The Governing board of Darley Churchtown CofE Primary School are looking for an experienced Teaching and Learning Assistant to join our small, friendly team for a fixed term period to cover maternity.

Our school is a small, welcoming and nurturing place with mixed age classes throughout. We are looking for a warm, nurturing person who is able to adapt the curriculum to suit pupils’ needs, be able to develop resources, provide interventions and liaise with parents.

The successful candidate will:

  • Demonstrate high expectations and standards for all children.
  • Have a strong empathy for children with additional emotional needs.
  • Engage positively with parents/carers and act as a liaison between school and parents/carers.
  • Have a creative and exciting approach to childcare and play.
  • Be fully supportive of Darley Churchtown’s ethos.
  • Fully adopt and adhere to Darley Churchtown’s policies.

We offer a supportive, caring and positive environment in which to work. As a Church of England school we strive to ‘be the best that we can be’ throughout.

Please submit your completed application and send via email HR@ddat.org.uk  Further details on the recruitment process will then be communicated.

DDAT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment and Disclosure Barring Service checks. The successful candidate will be required to register for the Disclosure Barring Service update service annually during their course of employment with the Trust, the cost of which will be reimbursed. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided. 

Closing Date: 9am on Sunday 5th June

Provisional Interviews: TBC

Job Description and Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

 


 

Job Title: School Business Manager

Location: Scargill CE Primary School

Contract Type: Established

Salary: Grade 10, Pay Points 20-23 (Full time equivalent salary £29184 – £32389)

Hours: 37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a School Business Manager to work at a senior leadership level at Scargill CE Primary School. Scargill is a large, friendly primary school within the village of West Hallam with a proud history dating back to 1662. We are a proud member of the Derby Diocesan Multi Academy Trust (DDAT) and benefit from a wide range of opportunities, including partnership working, school improvement and CPD.

This is a key role for the right candidate to lead on all aspects of school business which requires close working with the Executive Headteacher, Head of School, Local Governing Body and DDAT Central Team. The role includes line management responsibility of school office, MDS, cleaning and caretaking staff and involvement in Trust-wide initiatives and activities in Derby and Derbyshire.

The successful candidate will have relevant experience in a similar role within the education sector, is ambitious, and ready for a new and exciting challenge.

We can offer you:

  • enthusiastic and polite children;
  • a welcoming and friendly working environment;
  • a supportive senior leadership team, committed to your success;
  • dedicated and friendly staff, committed to school improvement;
  • ongoing high quality professional development opportunities.

DDAT can offer:

  • Comprehensive support from the DDAT finance, HR and operational teams;
  • CPD opportunities in areas including: finance, governance, HR, health and safety, premises management, school effectiveness etc.;
  • Career progression possibilities as the Trust expands further.

Please refer to the enclosed Job Description and Person Specification for full details of the role.

To arrange an informal discussion about the role or to arrange a tour of the school please contact the school office on 0115 932 0005.

To apply for this role, please complete and submit the DDAT application forms to HR@ddat.org.uk by the closing date. Please note: CVs will not be accepted.

For more information please visit: www.ddat.org.uk, https://www.scargill.derbyshire.sch.uk/website

Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment and DBS checks. DDAT actively encourages a diverse population of both children and staff and is committed to promoting and developing equality of opportunity in all its functions

 Closing date for applications: Sunday 5th June 2022  (application forms received after the closing date will not be accepted).

 Provisionally interviews are scheduled to take place week commencing 6th June 2022.  

Job Description and Person Specification

References & Monitoring form

Application form

 


 

Job Title: KS2 Teacher

Location: St Peter’s C of E Junior School

Contract Type: Fixed term until August 2023, Full-time (1.0 FTE)

Salary: Teachers Main Pay Scale

Start Date: September 2022

St Peter’s C of E Junior School is part of a Multi Academy Trust, Derby Diocesan Multi Academy Trust ‘DDAT’. Our school is a Church of England Junior School which gives us a rich and distinctive ethos.

All our children are given the opportunity to reach their full potential, intellectually, socially, physically, creatively, emotionally and spiritually in a supportive safe and stimulating atmosphere. The school aims to promote a caring Christian attitude and create a friendly and supportive environment in which children can enjoy a complete education.

The Trust and our Governors wish to appoint an enthusiastic and excellent classroom teacher who is confident, creative and child-centred. The successful candidate will be support and be involved with our school to embrace our mission: Unlocking our Potential; creating ambitious, caring and respectful children with the faith and courage to positively impact our world.

All applications to be made on the attached Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT) application forms. Please email your completed application form and references and monitoring form to head@stpeters.derby.sch.uk.

The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Closing Date: 27 May 2022. Any application forms received after the closing date will not be accepted.

Provisional Interviews: Week commencing 6th June 2022

Job Description and Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

 


 

Job Title: Clerk to Governors – Derby Diocesan Academy Trust

Contract Type: Permanent

Salary: Grade 4 (£9.79 per hour)

Hours per week: Variable depending on numbers of schools allocated (Average of approximately 1 hour per week, per school)

Week per year: 52

Start Date: As soon as possible

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Clerk to Governors to join Derby Diocesan Academy Trust’s (DDAT) central team. DDAT and DDAT 2 are the Multi Academy Trusts that oversee and support schools across Derbyshire and Derby City. Established in 2014 by the Diocese of Derby, DDAT is committed to providing high quality education for all children in their academies based on clearly established Christian values and principles. With a healthy pipeline of schools who are in the process of joining the Trust, the new Clerk to Governors will play a pivotal role in supporting governing bodies across the Trust.

This is a key role for the right candidate to provide effective and efficient governance to a number of governing bodies which requires close working with Local Governing Bodies, Headteacher and the DDAT Central Team. The role includes responsibility of a number of allocated schools, involvement in Trust-wide initiatives and activities in Derby and Derbyshire,

The successful candidate will have relevant experience in a similar role within the education sector and ready for a new and exciting challenge.

We can offer you:

  • enthusiastic and polite children;
  • a welcoming and friendly working environment;
  • a supportive senior leadership team, committed to your success;
  • dedicated and friendly staff, committed to school improvement;
  • ongoing high quality professional development opportunities.

In return, DDAT can offer:

  • Comprehensive support;
  • CPD opportunities;
  • Career progression possibilities as the Trust expands further.

Please refer to the closed Job Description and Person Specification for full details of the role.

All applications must be made on the DDAT application forms. Please email your completed application forms to HR@DDAT.org.uk.

DDAT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Due to this post having access to children and/or vulnerable adults, the successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided.

Closing Date: 30 June 2022 – Applications are invited as soon as possible, we reserve the right to close applications early

Interview dates: TBC

Job Description and Person Specification

References & Monitoring form

Application form

 


 

Job Title: Senior Midday Supervisor

Location: St Georges Primary, New Mills  

Contract Type: Established

Salary: Grade 4  Pay Point 3  

Hours per week: 1 hr 20 mins per day equating to 6.67 hours per week

The Governors are looking to appoint an outstanding, highly motivated and dedicated individual to join our staff.

St. George’s is a highly inclusive and supportive school with a strong Christian ethos. We are looking for someone who:

  • Enjoys working with children and puts their well-being first
  • Makes lunchtimes fun for the children
  • Will value every member of our school community.
  • Has excellent communication skills

The hours of work will be 11.50am until 1.10pm daily.

In return, we offer a warm and friendly environment with an enthusiastic, professional and supportive staff team.

Due to this post having access to children and/or vulnerable adults, the successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided

If you have the skills, experience and enthusiasm to be successful in this role, please download the application pack and email your completed application form and references and monitoring form to susan.webster@bishoppursglove.derbyshire.sch.uk

We will only accept applications made on our own DDAT application forms.

Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the

welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment and DBS checks.

DDAT actively encourages a diverse population of both children and staff and is committed to promoting and developing equality of opportunity in all its functions.

Closing Date: 5 June 2022

Provisional Interview date: TBC

Job Description

Person Specification

References & Monitoring form

Application form

 


 

Job Title: Midday Supervisor

Location: Bishop Pursglove CofE Primary School

Contract Type: Established

Salary: Grade 3  Pay Point 2  

Hours per week: 12.00 – 1.15 pm (Mon-Fri) 6.25 hours

Bishop Pursglove Primary School is seeking to appoint a Midday Supervisor to join our friendly school team. Duties include providing a high level of care, support and interaction with the pupils during lunch break, whilst in the dining hall and on the playground. You should have the ability to relate well with children and work effectively within the school team.

The position will cover five lunchtimes a week (Mon- Fri)

If you have the skills, experience and enthusiasm to be successful in this role, please download the DDAT application pack and email your completed application form and references and monitoring form to susan.webster@bishoppursglove.derbyshire.sch.uk

We will only accept applications made on our DDAT application forms.

Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment and DBS checks.

DDAT actively encourages a diverse population of both children and staff and is committed to promoting and developing equality of opportunity in all its functions.

Closing Date: 5 June 2022

Provisional Interview date: TBC

Job Description

Person Specification

References & Monitoring form

Application form

 


 

Job Title: Teacher x2 posts

Location: St Giles CE Primary School – Killamarsh

Contract Type: Fixed Term – Due to pupil numbers

End Date: August 2024

Salary: Main Pay scale

The Governing Body of St Giles Primary School are looking to appoint two highly motivated, committed and inspirational teachers with the ability to secure strong progress and attainment for all pupils to join our fabulous, enthusiastic team in September 2022. The posts may be suitable KS1 or KS2 depending on the skills of the successful candidates.  The age group will be decided on post-interview depending on candidate strengths, but opportunities to move to other phases will become available over time.  Please indicate in your application your preferred age range.

St Giles is part of the Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT), having converted in September 2017. This offers many opportunities to collaborate with other schools and very high quality support from DDAT in all areas.

Our school is a very caring, welcoming place with high academic standards, good behaviour from children and supportive parents.  The person appointed will have high expectations of learners and be an excellent classroom practitioner with the ability to work as a team member. You will be able to demonstrate secure knowledge and understanding of the curriculum and be committed to your own professional development, which will be strongly supported by the school.

We are looking for people with a positive, out-going, caring and nurturing approach, who are creative and firmly focused on maximising the progress of pupils.  The successful applicant will be supportive of our Christian ethos.

We welcome applications from both ECTs and experienced teachers.

 For the opportunity to visit the school and any further information, please contact Julie Adams, School Business Manager, on 0114 248 2825.

DDAT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment and Disclosure Barring Service checks. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided

 DDAT welcomes a diverse population of both children and staff and is committed to promoting and developing equality of opportunity in all its functions.

Please only complete the DDAT Teacher application form and DDAT Reference/monitoring forms attached with this advert. Unfortunately, other application forms or CVs will not be accepted. Send these, along with a covering letter to jshackleton@stgilesprimary.org.uk before the closing date.

Please note The DBS clause is compulsory and will automatically be added to your advert.

Closing Date: Sunday 29 May

Provisional Interview Date: Wednesday 8 June

Job Description

Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

 


 

Job Title: Higher Level Teaching Assistant to provide high quality PPA

Location: All Saints’ C of E Federation (All Saints’ C of E Junior School)

Salary: Grade 9, Pay Points 16-19 £26,204-£28,113 Full time equivalent salary £20,408-£22,388 pro-rata

Hours per week: 33.5

Weeks per year: 39

All Saints’ Federation is looking for an outstanding HLTA who is ready to join our team at a really exciting point in our journey.

We would like someone who is passionate about working alongside our children and who is committed to safeguarding and supportive of the ethos of our federation of schools.

We require an individual who cares for our children, will be a proactive member of our All Saints’ staff team and join in the wider life of our wonderful school community. The successful candidate will be required to start in their post from September 2022 and teach at KS2 providing high quality PPA cover.

The hours of work will be from 8.30am to 4.00pm daily except on Tuesday where it will be until 5.00pm to attend staff training. This will make a total of 33.50 hours a week.

We are looking for individual who will:

  • Demonstrate high expectations and standards for all children.
  • Consistently demonstrate the expectations outlined in the HLTA Standards
  • Lead a subject area
  • Engage positively with parents/carers and act as a liaison between school and parents/carers.
  • Have a creative and exciting approach to childcare and play.
  • Be fully supportive of All Saints’ ethos.
  • Fully adopt and adhere to All Saints’ policies.

We can offer you:

  • Amazing children who love to learn and are happy coming to school.
  • On-going high quality development opportunities to challenge and support you professionally.
  • A supportive senior leadership team, committed to your success.
  • A dedicated and friendly staff, committed to school improvement.
  • Supportive governors, parents and parish community.
  • A strong Christian ethos, which is welcoming to all sections and faiths in our community.

If you would like any further information or think you would like to be part of this exciting journey, we would welcome your application for this post within our school.

You are very welcome to visit our wonderful school. If you would like to do so, please make an appointment through the school office:

Email: info@allsaintsfed.derbyshire.sch.uk

Telephone:01629 582913

All Saints’ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Due to this post having access to children and/or vulnerable adults, the successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided.  Click here to see our policy on criminal background checks.

Closing date: Thursday, 26th May 2022 Midnight

Provisional interview date: w/c 6th June 2022

Job Description

Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

 


 

Job Title: Midday Supervisor

Location: William Gilbert Endowed Primary & Nursery

Contract Type: Permanent

Salary: Grade 3 Point 2

Hours: 7.5 hours per week (Monday to Friday) 11.45 to 13.15

The Governors are seeking to appoint a Midday Supervisor to join their enthusiastic team, working 1½ hours per day (11.45am – 1.15pm).  We would be happy to consider part time hours if applicants were unable to work every day.

The successful applicants will enjoy working with children and be able to work as part of a team.  Duties include the supervision of children eating lunch and in the playground and to encourage interactive play whilst also ensuring the welfare and safety of the pupils during lunchtime.

Please refer to the job description and person specification for more details.

Our vision for excellence, is a safe and healthy learning environment where everyone is happy, excited, challenged and inspired to be a lifelong learner.  We aim to do this within the context of a warm, welcoming, Christian ethos where our children further develop strong moral values. We have a strong, collaborative team, wonderful and enthusiastic children, supportive parents and Governors and a strong surrounding community all striving towards our vision of ‘Through Faith, Hope and Love we learn together’.

Closing Date: Sunday 29th May 2022

Interviews: TBC

Job Description

Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

 


 

Teacher

Hardwick Primary School

Age Range:          3 – 11 years

NOR:                    570 plus 30 FT equivalent FS1

Start date:            1st September 2022

Contract:              Permanent Full Time

Salary:                  MPS – ECT’s are welcome to apply

We need an enthusiastic and committed primary teacher who has the knowledge, skills and drive required to make a difference to the lives of children in our community.

This is a real opportunity to make your mark and contribute to the development of learning in our school.

Hardwick Primary offers an inspiring modern learning environment for children, nurtured by a friendly, enthusiastic, and supportive school team who believe our pupils deserve the best and who consistently strive to make improvements to our outstanding school.

We are proud of our school, our pupils, our team, and our achievements and have big plans for the future.

Have you the skills and confidence to meet the challenges of this large, ambitious, vibrant, inner-city multicultural school?

We are looking to appoint a creative, experienced, and enthusiastic teacher, who:

  • Is an excellent teacher, with high expectations and who uses this to deliver engaging learning;
  • has a very good understanding of teaching English as an additional language;
  • has an innovative and exciting approach to learning;
  • has the ability to reflect on and develop their own practice and that of others;
  • is willing to play a key role in the development and delivery and enrichment of our curriculum;
  • is well organised and proactive team player who will make a positive contribution to our school team;

The successful candidate will enjoy:

  • happy and enthusiastic children who are keen to learn.
  • working with a friendly, dedicated, and supportive staff team.
  • outstanding facilities in our new (PFI) building including the use of a school laptop.
  • opportunities to develop leadership skills and a commitment to your professional development.

The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check and pre-employment checks.

To apply for this post, please complete the ‘Teachers Application Form’ (state on the application form which position you are applying for) and ‘References and Monitoring Form’. Please submit completed applications to admin@hardwick.derby.sch.uk

Closing date: Applications are invited as soon as possible, we reserve the right to close applications early. 

Job Description

Person Specification

Application Form

References & Monitoring Form

 


 

Become a governor

Make a difference in your community

Being an academy governor is a hugely rewarding form of voluntary work. Our governors make a real difference to our children and their local community, by actively contributing to the success of the academy.

All our governors are given access to ongoing training, resources and personal development. You will be able to gain expertise which is transferable to your own professional life, together with gaining a better understanding of the education system.

Joining a Local Governing Board

Each academy has a Local Governing Board whose governors’ oversee academy improvement, performance and identity. These boards work closely with their head teacher to monitor the day-to-day running of the academy, ensuring the improvement plan is carried out to the highest standards.

Governors form a crucial part of an academy’s success, offering peer support and challenge to leadership teams. All of our established boards are highly valued and encouraged to work closely with those that lead and manage them.

Your commitment

Governors offer their time voluntarily. Becoming a governor within an academy will mean a commitment for a period of four years. You will be expected to attend board meetings and possibly a committee. Additionally, governors may be asked to participate on various panels. All governors are linked to a faculty or specialism within the academy, often drawing on their own experience or knowledge.

Types of governors

Our Local Governing Boards consist of governors from all walks of life and usually fall into one of these categories:

  • parent governors (also open to grandparents and foster carers)
  • staff governors
  • trust governors PCC (nominated by the PCC in faith schools)
  • trust governors (appointed by DDAT board)
  • chapter governor (a category for the Cathedral School)

Eligibility

To be eligible as an academy governor you must be over 18 years of age and not have been declared bankrupt. There are no particular qualifications or requirements other than a willingness to give time to the role and a capacity for working with other people.

Any particular skills of experience our governors have will always be utilised wherever possible, to enable the academy, its students, staff and community to benefit from this knowledge.

To find out more about becoming a governor, please contact Jayne Hadfield, Head of Governance Services, at jayne.hadfield@derby.gov.uk

 


 

Job Title: Teaching and Learning Assistant

Location: Darley Churchtown CofE Primary School

Contract Type: Fixed term – Maternity cover

Start Date: 1st September 2022

Salary: Grade 7, Pay Points 8-11 (Full time equivalent £21,108 –  £ 23,021, pro-rata for term time only)

Hours per week: 30

Weeks per year: 39

The Governing board of Darley Churchtown CofE Primary School are looking for an experienced Teaching and Learning Assistant to join our small, friendly team for a fixed term period to cover maternity.

Our school is a small, welcoming and nurturing place with mixed age classes throughout. We are looking for a warm, nurturing person who is able to adapt the curriculum to suit pupils’ needs, be able to develop resources, provide interventions and liaise with parents.

The successful candidate will:

  • Demonstrate high expectations and standards for all children.
  • Have a strong empathy for children with additional emotional needs.
  • Engage positively with parents/carers and act as a liaison between school and parents/carers.
  • Have a creative and exciting approach to childcare and play.
  • Be fully supportive of Darley Churchtown’s ethos.
  • Fully adopt and adhere to Darley Churchtown’s policies.

We offer a supportive, caring and positive environment in which to work. As a Church of England school we strive to ‘be the best that we can be’ throughout.

Please submit your completed application and send via email HR@ddat.org.uk  Further details on the recruitment process will then be communicated.

DDAT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment and Disclosure Barring Service checks. The successful candidate will be required to register for the Disclosure Barring Service update service annually during their course of employment with the Trust, the cost of which will be reimbursed. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided. 

Closing Date: 9am on Sunday 5th June

Provisional Interviews: TBC

Job Description and Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

 


 

Job Title: Key Stage Two class teacher from September 2022

Location: St Laurence Church of England Primary School

Contract Type: Fixed term – Maternity Cover

Expected End date: 31st August 2023

Salary: ECT/MPS

Hours per week: 1 FTE

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, caring, creative and talented class teacher to work at our lovely school.

We are a committed and dedicated staff who work well together and you would be supported well in your key stage team by experienced staff. This post would suit a newly qualified teacher or a teacher with more experience.

The post is to cover a maternity leave and will be to teach in Key Stage Two.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a recently inspected school who have achieved a strong ‘Ofsted Good’ rating. The school embraces the importance of values and you would be part of a happy team.

We are a proud member of Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (www.DDAT.org.uk) and benefit from a wide range of opportunities including quality school improvement and CPD.

We are a Church School and have strong links with our local Church and clergy.

School visits are encouraged, please phone our school office on 0115 9728469 to make an appointment.

Please complete the DDAT Teaching application form and DDAT Reference & Monitoring forms attached with this advert and send them to jobs@st-laurence.derbyshire.sch.uk  Do not apply through the Derbyshire website.  CVs will not be accepted.

Due to this post having access to children and/or vulnerable adults, the successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided.

Closing Date: Monday 23rd May 2022

Provisional Interviews: Wednesday 25th May 2022

Job Description and Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

Working for DDAT Information

 


 

Job Title: School Business Manager

Location: Scargill CE Primary School

Contract Type: Established

Salary: Grade 10, Pay Points 20-23 (Full time equivalent salary £29184 – £32389)

Hours: 37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a School Business Manager to work at a senior leadership level at Scargill CE Primary School. Scargill is a large, friendly primary school within the village of West Hallam with a proud history dating back to 1662. We are a proud member of the Derby Diocesan Multi Academy Trust (DDAT) and benefit from a wide range of opportunities, including partnership working, school improvement and CPD.

This is a key role for the right candidate to lead on all aspects of school business which requires close working with the Executive Headteacher, Head of School, Local Governing Body and DDAT Central Team. The role includes line management responsibility of school office, MDS, cleaning and caretaking staff and involvement in Trust-wide initiatives and activities in Derby and Derbyshire.

The successful candidate will have relevant experience in a similar role within the education sector, is ambitious, and ready for a new and exciting challenge.

We can offer you:

  • enthusiastic and polite children;
  • a welcoming and friendly working environment;
  • a supportive senior leadership team, committed to your success;
  • dedicated and friendly staff, committed to school improvement;
  • ongoing high quality professional development opportunities.

DDAT can offer:

  • Comprehensive support from the DDAT finance, HR and operational teams;
  • CPD opportunities in areas including: finance, governance, HR, health and safety, premises management, school effectiveness etc.;
  • Career progression possibilities as the Trust expands further.

Please refer to the enclosed Job Description and Person Specification for full details of the role.

To arrange an informal discussion about the role or to arrange a tour of the school please contact the school office on 0115 932 0005.

To apply for this role, please complete and submit the DDAT application forms to HR@ddat.org.uk by the closing date. Please note: CVs will not be accepted.

For more information please visit: www.ddat.org.uk, https://www.scargill.derbyshire.sch.uk/website

Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment and DBS checks. DDAT actively encourages a diverse population of both children and staff and is committed to promoting and developing equality of opportunity in all its functions

 Closing date for applications: Sunday 5th June 2022  (application forms received after the closing date will not be accepted).

 Provisionally interviews are scheduled to take place week commencing 6th June 2022.  

Job Description and Person Specification

References & Monitoring form

Application form

 


 

Job Title: KS2 Teacher

Location: St Peter’s C of E Junior School

Contract Type: Fixed term until August 2023, Full-time (1.0 FTE)

Salary: Teachers Main Pay Scale

Start Date: September 2022

St Peter’s C of E Junior School is part of a Multi Academy Trust, Derby Diocesan Multi Academy Trust ‘DDAT’. Our school is a Church of England Junior School which gives us a rich and distinctive ethos.

All our children are given the opportunity to reach their full potential, intellectually, socially, physically, creatively, emotionally and spiritually in a supportive safe and stimulating atmosphere. The school aims to promote a caring Christian attitude and create a friendly and supportive environment in which children can enjoy a complete education.

The Trust and our Governors wish to appoint an enthusiastic and excellent classroom teacher who is confident, creative and child-centred. The successful candidate will be support and be involved with our school to embrace our mission: Unlocking our Potential; creating ambitious, caring and respectful children with the faith and courage to positively impact our world.

All applications to be made on the attached Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT) application forms. Please email your completed application form and references and monitoring form to head@stpeters.derby.sch.uk.

The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Closing Date: 27 May 2022. Any application forms received after the closing date will not be accepted.

Provisional Interviews: Week commencing 6th June 2022

Job Description and Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

 


 

Job Title: Clerk to Governors – Derby Diocesan Academy Trust

Contract Type: Permanent

Salary: Grade 4 (£9.79 per hour)

Hours per week: Variable depending on numbers of schools allocated (Average of approximately 1 hour per week, per school)

Week per year: 52

Start Date: As soon as possible

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Clerk to Governors to join Derby Diocesan Academy Trust’s (DDAT) central team. DDAT and DDAT 2 are the Multi Academy Trusts that oversee and support schools across Derbyshire and Derby City. Established in 2014 by the Diocese of Derby, DDAT is committed to providing high quality education for all children in their academies based on clearly established Christian values and principles. With a healthy pipeline of schools who are in the process of joining the Trust, the new Clerk to Governors will play a pivotal role in supporting governing bodies across the Trust.

This is a key role for the right candidate to provide effective and efficient governance to a number of governing bodies which requires close working with Local Governing Bodies, Headteacher and the DDAT Central Team. The role includes responsibility of a number of allocated schools, involvement in Trust-wide initiatives and activities in Derby and Derbyshire,

The successful candidate will have relevant experience in a similar role within the education sector and ready for a new and exciting challenge.

We can offer you:

  • enthusiastic and polite children;
  • a welcoming and friendly working environment;
  • a supportive senior leadership team, committed to your success;
  • dedicated and friendly staff, committed to school improvement;
  • ongoing high quality professional development opportunities.

In return, DDAT can offer:

  • Comprehensive support;
  • CPD opportunities;
  • Career progression possibilities as the Trust expands further.

Please refer to the closed Job Description and Person Specification for full details of the role.

All applications must be made on the DDAT application forms. Please email your completed application forms to HR@DDAT.org.uk.

DDAT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Due to this post having access to children and/or vulnerable adults, the successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided.

Closing Date: 30 June 2022 – Applications are invited as soon as possible, we reserve the right to close applications early

Interview dates: TBC

Job Description and Person Specification

References & Monitoring form

Application form

 


 

Job Title: Senior Midday Supervisor

Location: St Georges Primary, New Mills  

Contract Type: Established

Salary: Grade 4  Pay Point 3  

Hours per week: 1 hr 20 mins per day equating to 6.67 hours per week

The Governors are looking to appoint an outstanding, highly motivated and dedicated individual to join our staff.

St. George’s is a highly inclusive and supportive school with a strong Christian ethos. We are looking for someone who:

  • Enjoys working with children and puts their well-being first
  • Makes lunchtimes fun for the children
  • Will value every member of our school community.
  • Has excellent communication skills

The hours of work will be 11.50am until 1.10pm daily.

In return, we offer a warm and friendly environment with an enthusiastic, professional and supportive staff team.

Due to this post having access to children and/or vulnerable adults, the successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided

If you have the skills, experience and enthusiasm to be successful in this role, please download the application pack and email your completed application form and references and monitoring form to susan.webster@bishoppursglove.derbyshire.sch.uk

We will only accept applications made on our own DDAT application forms.

Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the

welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment and DBS checks.

DDAT actively encourages a diverse population of both children and staff and is committed to promoting and developing equality of opportunity in all its functions.

Closing Date: 5 June 2022

Provisional Interview date: TBC

Job Description

Person Specification

References & Monitoring form

Application form

 


 

Job Title: Midday Supervisor

Location: Bishop Pursglove CofE Primary School

Contract Type: Established

Salary: Grade 3  Pay Point 2  

Hours per week: 12.00 – 1.15 pm (Mon-Fri) 6.25 hours

Bishop Pursglove Primary School is seeking to appoint a Midday Supervisor to join our friendly school team. Duties include providing a high level of care, support and interaction with the pupils during lunch break, whilst in the dining hall and on the playground. You should have the ability to relate well with children and work effectively within the school team.

The position will cover five lunchtimes a week (Mon- Fri)

If you have the skills, experience and enthusiasm to be successful in this role, please download the DDAT application pack and email your completed application form and references and monitoring form to susan.webster@bishoppursglove.derbyshire.sch.uk

We will only accept applications made on our DDAT application forms.

Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment and DBS checks.

DDAT actively encourages a diverse population of both children and staff and is committed to promoting and developing equality of opportunity in all its functions.

Closing Date: 5 June 2022

Provisional Interview date: TBC

Job Description

Person Specification

References & Monitoring form

Application form

 


 

Job Title: Teacher x2 posts

Location: St Giles CE Primary School – Killamarsh

Contract Type: Fixed Term – Due to pupil numbers

End Date: August 2024

Salary: Main Pay scale

The Governing Body of St Giles Primary School are looking to appoint two highly motivated, committed and inspirational teachers with the ability to secure strong progress and attainment for all pupils to join our fabulous, enthusiastic team in September 2022. The posts may be suitable KS1 or KS2 depending on the skills of the successful candidates.  The age group will be decided on post-interview depending on candidate strengths, but opportunities to move to other phases will become available over time.  Please indicate in your application your preferred age range.

St Giles is part of the Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT), having converted in September 2017. This offers many opportunities to collaborate with other schools and very high quality support from DDAT in all areas.

Our school is a very caring, welcoming place with high academic standards, good behaviour from children and supportive parents.  The person appointed will have high expectations of learners and be an excellent classroom practitioner with the ability to work as a team member. You will be able to demonstrate secure knowledge and understanding of the curriculum and be committed to your own professional development, which will be strongly supported by the school.

We are looking for people with a positive, out-going, caring and nurturing approach, who are creative and firmly focused on maximising the progress of pupils.  The successful applicant will be supportive of our Christian ethos.

We welcome applications from both ECTs and experienced teachers.

 For the opportunity to visit the school and any further information, please contact Julie Adams, School Business Manager, on 0114 248 2825.

DDAT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment and Disclosure Barring Service checks. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided

 DDAT welcomes a diverse population of both children and staff and is committed to promoting and developing equality of opportunity in all its functions.

Please only complete the DDAT Teacher application form and DDAT Reference/monitoring forms attached with this advert. Unfortunately, other application forms or CVs will not be accepted. Send these, along with a covering letter to jshackleton@stgilesprimary.org.uk before the closing date.

Please note The DBS clause is compulsory and will automatically be added to your advert.

Closing Date: Sunday 29 May

Provisional Interview Date: Wednesday 8 June

Job Description

Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

 


 

Job Title: Higher Level Teaching Assistant to provide high quality PPA

Location: All Saints’ C of E Federation (All Saints’ C of E Junior School)

Salary: Grade 9, Pay Points 16-19 £26,204-£28,113 Full time equivalent salary £20,408-£22,388 pro-rata

Hours per week: 33.5

Weeks per year: 39

All Saints’ Federation is looking for an outstanding HLTA who is ready to join our team at a really exciting point in our journey.

We would like someone who is passionate about working alongside our children and who is committed to safeguarding and supportive of the ethos of our federation of schools.

We require an individual who cares for our children, will be a proactive member of our All Saints’ staff team and join in the wider life of our wonderful school community. The successful candidate will be required to start in their post from September 2022 and teach at KS2 providing high quality PPA cover.

The hours of work will be from 8.30am to 4.00pm daily except on Tuesday where it will be until 5.00pm to attend staff training. This will make a total of 33.50 hours a week.

We are looking for individual who will:

  • Demonstrate high expectations and standards for all children.
  • Consistently demonstrate the expectations outlined in the HLTA Standards
  • Lead a subject area
  • Engage positively with parents/carers and act as a liaison between school and parents/carers.
  • Have a creative and exciting approach to childcare and play.
  • Be fully supportive of All Saints’ ethos.
  • Fully adopt and adhere to All Saints’ policies.

We can offer you:

  • Amazing children who love to learn and are happy coming to school.
  • On-going high quality development opportunities to challenge and support you professionally.
  • A supportive senior leadership team, committed to your success.
  • A dedicated and friendly staff, committed to school improvement.
  • Supportive governors, parents and parish community.
  • A strong Christian ethos, which is welcoming to all sections and faiths in our community.

If you would like any further information or think you would like to be part of this exciting journey, we would welcome your application for this post within our school.

You are very welcome to visit our wonderful school. If you would like to do so, please make an appointment through the school office:

Email: info@allsaintsfed.derbyshire.sch.uk

Telephone:01629 582913

All Saints’ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Due to this post having access to children and/or vulnerable adults, the successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided.  Click here to see our policy on criminal background checks.

Closing date: Thursday, 26th May 2022 Midnight

Provisional interview date: w/c 6th June 2022

Job Description

Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

 


 

 

Job Title: Midday Supervisor

Location: William Gilbert Endowed Primary & Nursery

Contract Type: Permanent

Salary: Grade 3 Point 2

Hours: 7.5 hours per week (Monday to Friday) 11.45 to 13.15

The Governors are seeking to appoint a Midday Supervisor to join their enthusiastic team, working 1½ hours per day (11.45am – 1.15pm).  We would be happy to consider part time hours if applicants were unable to work every day.

The successful applicants will enjoy working with children and be able to work as part of a team.  Duties include the supervision of children eating lunch and in the playground and to encourage interactive play whilst also ensuring the welfare and safety of the pupils during lunchtime.

Please refer to the job description and person specification for more details.

Our vision for excellence, is a safe and healthy learning environment where everyone is happy, excited, challenged and inspired to be a lifelong learner.  We aim to do this within the context of a warm, welcoming, Christian ethos where our children further develop strong moral values. We have a strong, collaborative team, wonderful and enthusiastic children, supportive parents and Governors and a strong surrounding community all striving towards our vision of ‘Through Faith, Hope and Love we learn together’.

Closing Date: Sunday 29th May 2022

Interviews: TBC

Job Description

Person Specification

Application form

References & Monitoring form

 


 

Teacher

Hardwick Primary School

Age Range:          3 – 11 years

NOR:                    570 plus 30 FT equivalent FS1

Start date:            1st September 2022

Contract:              Permanent Full Time

Salary:                  MPS – ECT’s are welcome to apply

We need an enthusiastic and committed primary teacher who has the knowledge, skills and drive required to make a difference to the lives of children in our community.

This is a real opportunity to make your mark and contribute to the development of learning in our school.

Hardwick Primary offers an inspiring modern learning environment for children, nurtured by a friendly, enthusiastic, and supportive school team who believe our pupils deserve the best and who consistently strive to make improvements to our outstanding school.

We are proud of our school, our pupils, our team, and our achievements and have big plans for the future.

Have you the skills and confidence to meet the challenges of this large, ambitious, vibrant, inner-city multicultural school?

We are looking to appoint a creative, experienced, and enthusiastic teacher, who:

  • Is an excellent teacher, with high expectations and who uses this to deliver engaging learning;
  • has a very good understanding of teaching English as an additional language;
  • has an innovative and exciting approach to learning;
  • has the ability to reflect on and develop their own practice and that of others;
  • is willing to play a key role in the development and delivery and enrichment of our curriculum;
  • is well organised and proactive team player who will make a positive contribution to our school team;

The successful candidate will enjoy:

  • happy and enthusiastic children who are keen to learn.
  • working with a friendly, dedicated, and supportive staff team.
  • outstanding facilities in our new (PFI) building including the use of a school laptop.
  • opportunities to develop leadership skills and a commitment to your professional development.

The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check and pre-employment checks.

To apply for this post, please complete the ‘Teachers Application Form’ (state on the application form which position you are applying for) and ‘References and Monitoring Form’. Please submit completed applications to admin@hardwick.derby.sch.uk

Closing date: Applications are invited as soon as possible, we reserve the right to close applications early. 

Job Description

Person Specification

Application Form

References & Monitoring Form

 


 

DDAT welcomes a diverse population of both children and staff and is committed to promoting and developing equality of opportunity in all its functions.

DDAT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment and Disclosure Barring Service checks.The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided.