The Merton Primary School are currently not recruiting for any vacancies.
Please see below the vacancies we are recruiting for Trust wide.
The Merton Primary is a school for children aged from four to eleven years old. We are a co-educational, non-denominational school with 411 children currently on roll. Within our learning environment we aim to have the strong, caring family ethos of a village school whilst offering the additional range of opportunities and resources of a large primary.
The Merton Primary School is a happy school with a wonderful, friendly atmosphere. We have committed and hardworking staff who put the needs of the children at the heart of their thinking and decision making.
Within a safe, inclusive and nurturing environment, our children are encouraged to develop positive attitudes. Everyone is treated equally and individual differences are accepted and catered for. We have high expectations of all our children and support them as they develop academically, socially and emotionally. We expect that they will become independent learners who can also work with others in a climate of mutual respect.
We live in a rapidly changing world and one of our greatest tasks is to help our young people to develop skills and attitudes that will enable them to realise their full potential, whatever path they take. It is our aim to inspire our children and empower them to follow and fulfill their dreams.
We always aim: To be the best we can be.
We are part of the Bradgate Education Partnership
It was formed in collaboration with 11 local schools in Leicestershire who applied for MAT status to the Secretary of State for Education as a Multi Academy Trust in September 2016. The Trust currently has 15 schools in total, including two secondary schools.
They are committed to developing the local educational landscape within our primary and secondary schools through our unique autonomous model. They firmly believe that through collaboration and supportive challenge we can continue to support and develop further our academy Head Teachers and our Local Governing Bodies (LGB) to manage their own academies through our unique model.
They are also registered as an academy sponsor for other schools or academies who may approach them and they aim to help them to improve their standards and performance through our supportive model of leadership and school improvement. They fully expect all schools and academies to give their expertise as well as take support from the Trust, as and when required.
To make a positive difference to the lives of our pupils, ensuring they leave school with high outcomes.
By harnessing the efficiencies and rewards of a connected and effective Multi-Academy Trust but retaining the character and autonomy of individual schools we will support and create high performing collaborative academies who enable their pupils to succeed academically, emotionally and socially.
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