About Us

Our young people develop in confidence, skills and knowledge, experience, empathy and understanding so that they can be the very best versions of themselves and go into the world choosing their next steps with assurance. This is because we believe in their ability to do more than even they think possible and we work together with our families to get the best for all our students.

With high expectations of all, a stimulating and challenging curriculum and lots of opportunities to try out new activities, our well rounded young people achieve well and make their families proud.

We offer a safe and caring environment with well-established high standards of work, achievement and behaviour. We have a strong sense of community and work together to offer students a well- balanced, happy and successful education. Our hard-working, committed staff and supportive learning environment play a central part in our success.

Values and Ethos

Everything we do at Broadoak is underpinned by and driven by our values.

We seek excellence from and for our students at Broadoak; we believe excellent outcomes can be achieved for all young people by promoting the highest standards of teaching, behaviour for learning and care and support.  We have high expectations not only of our young people but also of those who work in our College.  Excellence means we work hard, persevere when things are challenging and take pride in all that we do – we don’t settle for ‘good enough’!

At our heart, we are deeply rooted in our sense of community.  We believe that everyone has a valuable contribution to make to Broadoak; we invest in relationships and believe that through working and learning together, we can achieve more.  We recognise and promote our responsibilities to support each other’s happiness and wellbeing.

We are an inclusive community and seek positive outcomes for all of our young people.  We do this through support, collaboration and partnership working with parents and carers. Tolerance and respect for individual identities allows us all to flourish. We recognise our similarities and differences and celebrate these.  We seek to understand and value the traditions and beliefs we all bring to our community.

We are open minded. At Broadoak we use our imaginations to be inspired and creative.  We embrace challenges and seek to learn from them.  We are ambitious for our College and all who work in it.  We believe in the potential of all, with hard work and determination, to achieve great things.

At Broadoak we inspire a love of learning.  We grow students’ knowledge, skills and understanding for success in College and beyond.  We do this with a stimulating, challenging curriculum that allows students to feel excited by learning both in and out of lessons.  This provides a platform for lifelong success, as young people leave us with the confidence and skills to be successful in a rapidly changing world.

Join Us

CURRENT OPENINGS



  • Job Title

    Learning Support Assistant x2

  • Location

    Weston-super-Mare

  • Posted

    18th November 2020

  • Salary

    £14,561 per year.

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    We are looking for two Learning Support Assistants to join our supportive and talented team at Broadoak Academy. We are a diverse multi-academy trust, looking for professional and ...

  • Job Title

    Exams Officer

  • Location

    Weston-super-Mare

  • Posted

    10th November 2020

  • Salary

    £15,764 per year

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    We are looking for an Exams Officer to join our supportive and talented team at Broadoak Academy. We are a diverse multi-academy trust, looking for professional and ambitious peop ...

Working for Us

Our Academy is part of the Cabot Learning Federation and benefits from all the advantages of being part of a group of academies.

Children visit other academies for sports and other events such as language or science activities. Students from the secondary academies visit us for to perform drama and take part in sports activities, as well as lead some of them. We share good practice between academies and teachers from all academies in the Federation visit the other academies for professional development.

Here at the Cabot Learning Federation (CLF), we like to celebrate. We celebrate exam results, collaboration, achievement, innovations and new ideas; we celebrate the determination of our students; we celebrate the amazing role played by staff; and we celebrate the efforts and successes of our team.

We celebrate the small achievements and the big. But far from being self-congratulatory, we are always looking to learn, to improve education and to make a positive difference for students and their families. And that's where you come in.

At the CLF, we value your experience, skills, expertise and ideas. We expect you to help us to be the very best education provider, and in return we will listen and support you to take your career in whichever direction you choose.

With the CLF you can be a leader, find solutions, become an expert, close the gaps and inspire and influence. The range of roles and opportunities in the CLF is as diverse as the communities we serve.

Or you may simply want to fulfil your defined role to the very best of your abilities.

Whatever our individual aspirations, together we make education real every day, in a very individual sense for each student. We learn each day from colleagues, students, families and local communities and we embrace our values and take pride in our work.

Talent Pool

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Cabot Learning Federation

The Cabot Learning Federation is a partnership of schools that is sponsored by Rolls Royce PLC and The University of the West of England (UWE). It now sponsors twelve academies in Bristol, South Gloucestershire, Weston super Mare and Bath. This means that we are responsible and accountable for the education of 5600 students between the ages of 3 and 19 and for the employment and support of over 1200 staff.

Our vision is based upon our mission of "collaboration for outstanding achievement" and the work that is now shared between our schools at senior and middle leadership level, teachers and support staff underpins this every day. All of our staff are employed by the CLF and this enables us to give colleagues the opportunity to work in more than one academy either for their own development or because the skills that they have are needed by more than one of our schools.

The Cabot Learning Federation enters 2015 with a new CEO, Steve Taylor. Steve has played a major part in the development of the federation, both as Principal of Bristol Metropolitan Academy and Executive Principal of the CLF: We are moving forward into the next era with confidence, building on the success of our 3-19 collaboration and continuing to change the face of learning and community cohesion for the areas in which our academies are located.

Information for Applicants

All applications must be submitted using our CLF application form as we do not accept CVs. Our application form aims to capture your career information.

If there is anything we can do to help make the application process easier, please contact us at hr@clf.cabot.ac.uk

Please note due to the high volume of applications if you have not heard anything within 2 weeks of the closing date you should deem that your application has not been successful