16th March 2023
Actual gross pay: £27,518 to £31,403
Full Time, Term Time
Deadline to apply: Wednesday 29 March, 12pm Term Time Only + 3 weeks Required as soon as possible Thank you for your enquiry about the post of Attendance and Punctuality Officer a ...
9th March 2023
£48,747- £53,799 (PO5 to PO6 Inner London Pay Sca)
Dealine to apply: 12 Noon, Wednesday 22 March 2023 Interviews: week beginning 27 March 2023 We are looking to appoint a well-qualified and enthusiastic person to join our team as ...
7th March 2023
Van Gogh Primary
£39,615 - £42,510 - NJC 30-33 at 40 hours per week
Site Supervisor - Van Gogh Primary School Contract Type: Full Time and permanent, 40 hours per week Salary: £39,615 - £42,510 (NJC pay scale spine points 30 to 33 at 40 hours per ...
28th February 2023
Actual Gross Salary: £22,793.29 to £23,169.22
Responsible to: Primary SENCO and Head of Primary Contract type: Fixed Term One Year, Full time, term time only Deadline to apply: 12 Noon, Monday 20 Mar 2023 // Interviews schedu ...
WHO WE ARE
The Dunraven Educational Trust believes school's have a moral imperative to create the best educational provision that they can in order to serve the needs of their community effectively, now and in the future. The Trust has primary, secondary and sixth form phases and well established ITT provision. We are experienced and successful in supporting schools in a range of areas including leadership development, teaching and learning, finance and HR.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
The Trust has one overarching aim: excellence for and from everyone. This is an expectation for both the children and adults in a school community. It is achieved in a variety of ways according to the context of each school but within the clear framework established by the Trust.
We believe in an education which provides excellence for - and from - everyone.
We know that this is best achieved in a school where:
the offer is broad, balanced, inclusive, enriching and effective in meeting the needs of young people;
staff and students are supported and challenged to be the best versions of themselves;
relationships are positive, well established and healthy;
practice is based on evidence and underpinned by the notion that ‘we can always do better’.
We are clear that this supports the development of children and young people (and adults) who are: resilient, courteous, optimistic, hardworking, self-disciplined, enthusiastic and creative.