We understand that our staff are our most important resource. We are committed to recruiting the very best support staff, teachers, and leaders to support and nurture our children, families, and communities. Once these inspiring members of staff join us, we invest in their career and development so that we can retain the very best leaders, teachers and support staff in our schools and central teams, or the profession as a whole.
This investment includes:
- All staff to receive 3 wellbeing days each academic year.
- All schools get a 2-week October half-term.
- Supporting and growing the next generation of teachers through our school-centred initial teacher training programmes via our London District East SCITT.
- Providing research and evidence-based Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for all our staff.
- Providing high-quality early career support through bespoke training, coaching, and mentoring for Early Career Teachers (ECTs) in line with the Early Career Framework (ECF).
- Providing recognised pathways of training and support to expert teachers who don’t want to take the step into leadership.
- Supporting aspirational and current school leaders to develop their knowledge, understanding and skills as middle, senior and executive leaders, including facilitating the National Professional Qualifications (NPQs).
- Recognising leadership expertise and the capacity to support leaders beyond their own school through School-to-School support commissioned by the DfE, National Leaders of Education (NLE) and National Leaders of Governance (NLG).
- Funding training for specialist roles that meet our organisational aims and objectives, including Data Protection Champions, and Wellbeing Champions.
- Providing support through our employee assistance programme, Health Assured, funded by the Trust.
- Proactively working to reduce unnecessary teacher and leader workload, utilising the DfE Reducing Teacher Workload Toolkit.
- Valuing the importance of good industrial relations and we are proud to have great working relationship with Trade Union colleagues.
- High-quality in-house and external HR support.
- Facilitating voluntary secondment opportunities for staff to transfer to other settings within and outside of the Trust, to further develop skills and experience.
- Providing internal vacancies to give staff clear opportunities for promotion, while maintaining continuous service; and
- Giving pay awards in line with national recommendations and, at times, above national recommendations to recognise the hard work of both teaching and support staff.
From exceptional classroom teachers, to diligent and creative administrators, to hard-working site teams, we have a range of roles that all come together to help us deliver our core purpose at the Boleyn Trust, chiefly to provide an outstanding education to pupils and students nationally.
No current vacancies