Orchard School opened in Horfield in 2008 in a fantastic modern building, to serve our local community. We are a mixed 11-16 academy, with 800+ students, and our school community reflects the richly diverse local area. We pride ourselves on our harmonious atmosphere and the care we show for each young person.
We are ambitious for everyone – we expect the best from everyone.
What will you find here?
As a member of Trust in Learning Academies, our aim is simple: to become the outstanding provision our community deserves. We are building success on the core ORCHARD values of being open minded, respectful, creative & curious, healthy, ambitious, responsible and determined.
Our vision statement – “inspire today, empower for life” – underpins all that we do. Education changes lives and we consider every child’s journey with us to be very precious.
We invest our energy in inspiring all our students to live our ORCHARD values, being:
30th September 2021
BG8 £22,627 - £24,491 FTE (£20,135-£21,794 Actual)
Contract Term: Fixed Term Contract until 31st August 2022 (due to additional funding) Salary : BG8 £22,627 - £24,491 FTE (£20,135 - £21,794 Actual) Hours: 37 hours per week, term ...
If you're searching for your next teaching post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers!
Trust in Learning is an education charity formed in 2008 and is an Academy Sponsor based in Bristol whose principal purpose is to create inclusive education communities that provide excellent education and excellent outcomes for children and young people.
The University of the West of England together with the City of Bristol College make up the membership of the Trust and they share a common ethos to seek to provide inspiring educational experiences that will equip our children with the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding that will provide all of them with the opportunity to go onto university of choose to pursue a career of their choice.
Equally important to Trust in Learning is to help children and young people understand a world that is rapidly changing and one which will require them to be adaptable and flexible; yet also retain a sense of place and to appreciate their own social responsibilities as a citizen.