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  • Job Title

    Teaching Assistant

  • Location

    Keynsham

  • Posted

    23rd September 2021

  • School

    Wellsway School

  • Salary

    £8,825 - £9,002 Actual pro-rata salary

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    Teaching Assistant Start: November 2021 Salary: Grade 4 points 7 to 8 (£20,092 - £20,493) Full-time equivalent (£8,825 - £9,002) Actual pro-rata salary Location: Keynsham (near Br ...

  • Job Title

    Cover Supervisor

  • Location

    Bristol

  • Posted

    23rd September 2021

  • School

    Bedminster Down School

  • Salary

    £18,602 to £20,136 actual pro rata

  • Hours

    Full Time

  • Description

    Cover Supervisor Job Ref: R00777 (Please quote on all correspondence) Start: ASAP Salary: Grade 5 (Scp 11 to Scp 15) (£21,748 to £23,541 ) FTE (£18,602 to £20,136 actual pro rata ...

  • Job Title

    Teaching Assistant

  • Location

    Keynsham

  • Posted

    17th September 2021

  • School

    Wellsway School

  • Salary

    £9,164 - £9,347 Actual Pro-Rata

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    Teaching Assistant Start: 1st November 2021 Salary: Grade 4 points 7 to 8 (£20,092 - £20,493) Full-time equivalent (£9,164 - £9,347) Actual pro-rata salary Location: Keynsham (nea ...

  • Job Title

    School Games Organiser

  • Location

    Bristol

  • Posted

    16th September 2021

  • School

    Futura Learning Partnership

  • Salary

    TBC

  • Hours

    Term Time

  • Description

    School Games Organiser (Schools Sports Partnership) Start: ASAP Location: Futura Learning Partnership schools (Bristol/Bath) Contract: 24 hours per week, term time only Term: Temp ...

  • Job Title

    Site Assistant

  • Location

    Bristol

  • Posted

    15th September 2021

  • School

    Wansdyke Primary School

  • Salary

    £12,788 - £13,044 p.a.

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    Site Assistant Start: ASAP Salary: Grade 3, points 5-6 (£19,312 - £19,698) FTE (Actual Pro-rata salary £12,788 - £13,044) per annum Location: Wansdyke Primary School – Bristol (po ...

  • Job Title

    Senior SMSA

  • Location

    Bristol

  • Posted

    14th September 2021

  • School

    The Meadows Primary School

  • Salary

    £18,933 FTE, Actual Salary £3,209 per annum

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    Start: ASAP Salary: Grade 2 scale point 4 £18,933 FTE, Actual Salary £3,209 per annum Contract: 7.5 hrs a week Term: Permanent Location: Bitton (near Bristol/Bath) The Meadows Pri ...

  • Job Title

    School Meals Supervisory Assistant

  • Location

    Keynsham

  • Posted

    14th September 2021

  • School

    Chandag Junior School

  • Salary

    £2,185 to £2,273 actual pro rata per annum

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    School Meals Supervisory Assistant (SMSA) x2 Start: As soon as possible Salary: Grade 1 Scale Point 1-3 £17,843 to £18,562 FTE (£2,185 to £2,273 actual pro rata per annum) Locatio ...

  • Job Title

    SMSA 7.5 hours per week

  • Location

    Bristol

  • Posted

    13th September 2021

  • School

    The Meadows Primary School

  • Salary

    Grade 1 scale point 3 £18,562 FTE

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    Start: ASAP Salary: Grade 1 scale point 3 £18,562 FTE, Actual Salary £3,146 per annum Contract: 7.5 hrs a week Term: Permanent Location: Bitton (near Bristol/Bath) The Meadows Pri ...

  • Job Title

    Catering Assistant

  • Location

    Keynsham

  • Posted

    13th September 2021

  • School

    Wellsway School

  • Salary

    £8,248 - £8,581 p.a.

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    Catering Assistant Start: ASAP Salary: Grade 1 points 1-3 (£17,842 – £18,562) FTE Actual pro-rata salary (£8,248 - £8,581) Location: Wellsway School, Keynsham Contract: Part-time, ...

  • Job Title

    SMSA

  • Location

    Bristol

  • Posted

    9th September 2021

  • School

    The Meadows Primary School

  • Salary

    Grade 1 scale point 3 Actual Salary £1,363 pa

  • Hours

    Job Share

  • Description

    Start: ASAP Salary: Grade 1 scale point 3 £18,562 FTE, Actual Salary £1,363 per annum Contract: 3.25 hrs a week Term: Permanent Location: Bitton (near Bristol/Bath) The Meadows Pr ...

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Welcome

Futura Learning Partnership is made up of 13 schools who work together to provide exceptional learning opportunities for more than 5,500 children and young people aged two to 19. We have more than 800 staff, whose success and wellbeing is a high priority for us.

We started out in 2014 and have grown to take in primary, secondary and special schools in Bath & North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire and Bristol. This means we can truly say our schools are rooted in their communities, while benefiting from being part of a wider, outward-looking Trust.

Futura is an inclusive Trust and welcomes all children. We have a dedicated Special Educational Needs and Disabilities lead who works across all schools to ensure children’s needs are met.

We have a strong track record in school improvement and work closely with the local authorities in the areas we serve. We continue to develop partnerships and links that can help influence and improve teaching and learning as well as the welfare of our students and staff.

Our central team looks after business needs including finance, premises, HR and IT, giving school staff more time to concentrate on the education and wellbeing of the people in their community.

Andrea Arlidge

Chief Executive

About Us

Futura Learning Partnership came into being in September 2021. It grew out of Wellsway Multi Academy Trust, which had formed seven years earlier to bring together a group of schools in Keynsham. As the Trust grew in numbers and geographical spread, it became clear that we needed a new identity that reflected our role and influence and where every school was shown to be of equal importance.

Our name was chosen to be forward-looking, while also subtly referring to our past. Futura comes from the Wellsway School motto ‘Futura Aedificamus’, meaning ‘We build for the future’. ‘Learning partnership’ closely reflects the commitment and value we place on collaboration, partnership working and being one organisation.

Each of our schools has an individual improvement strategy, based on what we call the ‘Futura Way’, ensuring consistency across our Trust. This approach means that whichever school your child attends, he or she is guaranteed the best teaching, the best opportunities and importantly the best experiences, both in and outside the classroom.

OUR VALUES

The Futura Learning Partnership core values describe the guiding principles that sit at the heart of our organisation; they provide the platform that brings individuals and schools together to achieve our shared mission. They apply equally to pupils and adults.

RESPECT: Behaving with integrity and being worthy of trust; respecting self, others and the environment

OPPORTUNITY: Providing experiences for growth and development; opening doors to future success

COLLABORATION: Working together towards shared goals and shared success; being ‘stronger together’

ASPIRATION: Encouraging ambition; providing the inspiration, challenge and support to achieve success in all its forms

What is a studio school?

Studio schools are small schools that offer a more personalised, vocational and academic curriculum and a culture and timetable that are more akin to a workplace than a conventional school. The Futura Learning Partnership’s two studio schools will each have 300 places.

They will both offer high-levels of employer engagement including enterprise projects and paid work placements, and a readiness for work programme to students aged 14-19. They will operate a longer school day with timetabled curriculum enrichment, a longer school year with a dedicated summer school and allow families to book holidays during term time.

Both of our studio schools will offer vocational and academic qualifications, including BTEC, GCSE and A-level, alongside a range of more vocational subjects, such as Journalism at The Bath Studio School and Engineering at The IKB Studio School. The studio schools will provide a different environment to that of a traditional school. Students will work with individual learning coaches, for example, and will wear business dress rather than school uniform.

Working for Us

Futura Learning Partnership will become a strong local partnership of schools that is cross-phase with a fully inclusive range of provision

You will be joining a team of friendly and supportive staff who strive for outstanding in everything they do.’

Futura Learning Partnership is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. For this post prior to appointment, Futura Learning Partnership will apply for an enhanced disclosure certificate from the Disclosure and Barring Service.