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  • Job Title

    Principal

  • Location

    Weston-Super-Mare

  • Posted

    26th October 2020

  • School

    Castle Batch Primary School Academy

  • Salary

    L14 – L20 (£56,578 - £65,561)

  • Hours

    Full Time

  • Description

    PRIMARY PRINCIPAL AT CASTLE BATCH PRIMARY SCHOOL ACADEMY Hours: Full Time Grade/Salary: Trust Leadership Grade L14 – L20 Contract Type: Permanent We are looking to recruit a Princ ...

  • Job Title

    Lunchtime Supervisor

  • Location

    Weston-Super-Mare

  • Posted

    21st October 2020

  • School

    Castle Batch Primary School Academy

  • Salary

    £1,989 - £2,028 per annum

  • Hours

    Full Time

  • Description

    Castle Batch Primary School Academy is a popular primary school, with a dedicated team of staff who look to bring out the best in all our children not just academically, but also ...

  • Job Title

    Higher Level Teaching Assistant

  • Location

    Weston-Super-Mare

  • Posted

    15th October 2020

  • School

    Castle Batch Primary School Academy

  • Salary

    £4,261 - £4,639

  • Hours

    Full Time

  • Description

    Castle Batch is an exciting, forward thinking and dynamic primary academy, which Ofsted judged to be ‘good’ (November 2017). Ofsted said, ‘Castle Batch is an inclusive school, cha ...

  • Job Title

    Teacher of English

  • Location

    Weston-Super-Mare

  • Posted

    15th October 2020

  • School

    Priory Community School

  • Salary

    Teacher Main Scale

  • Hours

    Full Time

  • Description

    Priory Community School – An Academy is one of the top ten performing secondary schools in North Somerset with being rated as OFSTED Outstanding. We offer you: - The opportunity t ...

  • Job Title

    School Cleaner

  • Location

    Highbridge

  • Posted

    7th October 2020

  • School

    The King Alfred School

  • Salary

    £4,518 - £4,608

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    We are looking to recruit a School Cleaner. This role will be working 10 hours per week, term time only, plus 6 weeks.   The post holder must be able to:  1. To car ...

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Welcome to Our Trust

The PLT is a Multi-Academy trust which supports primary and secondary schools in the South West of England.

At our heart is a passion to put Students First and deliver exceptional education, beyond outstanding for every single child.

We do this with a relentless drive for academic excellence, shared moral purpose and values, and lots of fun and happiness.

Happy schools are also high-achieving successful schools.

We strive for partnerships between students, parents, carers, staff and the wider community to create exceptional student outcomes.

And we also Cherish Staff, believe they are amazing, and are passionate to empower them through support, training and career opportunities.

With such brilliant people all aiming for the same goals, we are able to ensure every student achieves all that they are capable of and more, regardless of background or ability.

Neville Coles

Executive Principal

About us

The Priory Learning Trust is a successful teacher-training school.

In 2016 it was awarded the prestigious National Teaching School status - a rare accolade after it fulfilled a wide range of criteria in training teachers and supporting other schools.

To become a teaching school, schools must be judged outstanding and have a proven track record of delivering exceptional teacher training and supporting other schools.

Teaching schools are part of the government’s drive to give schools more freedom.

In addition, trainee teachers learn from the best teachers, supported by a culture of coaching and mentoring.

  • Professional development is predominantly school-based and classroom focused. Teachers, support staff and leaders improve through exposure to excellent practice within and beyond their immediate school, through observation, mentoring, coaching, practice, reflection and sharing with peers
  • Talent development and distributed leadership are the norm
  • Staff demonstrating potential are encouraged to lead and are given structured and stretching opportunities to grow and develop
  • Leaders have local knowledge and can identify where key resources and expertise lie

As well as offering training and support, teaching schools will identify and co-ordinate expertise in partner schools, using the best leaders and teachers to:

  • Play a greater role in recruiting and training new entrants to the profession (initial teacher training)
  • Lead peer-to-peer professional and leadership development (continuing professional development)
  • Identify and develop leadership potential (succession planning and talent management)
  • Provide support for other schools
  • Designate and broker specialist leaders of education (SLEs)
  • Engage in research and development activity

 

Our Schools

Priory Community School - An Academy

PCSA is an 'outstanding' academy in Worle, a suburb of Weston-super-Mare in North Somerset for ages 11 to 16.

OFSTED rated Priory 'outstanding' in all categories in November 2014.

GCSE Results 2015 - 70% 5AC with English and maths - maths 81% and English 88% - (32% A and A*). In 2014 that figure was 72% 5AC with English and maths - a really consistent 5 year trend - 69/70/75/72/70.

PCSA is a happy school where students feel valued, cared for and supported. Small class sizes and exceptional teaching and staff are also fundamental components of its success.

School Website 

School Career Site 

 

Worle Community School – An Academy

Worle Community School is a coeducational foundation secondary school located in Worle, a suburb of Weston-super-Mare in North Somerset for ages 11 to 16. There are currently 1,490 students at the school.

Worle Community School was founded in 1850 located at Spring Hill, which is now the present site of St Martin's C of E Junior School. In 1971, it moved to Redwing Drive. It became the first school in the county of Somerset to be purposely built as a Comprehensive School and also became one of the first schools in the former Avon county as an Investor in People. In 2002, the school was renamed to Worle Community School in relation to its service to the community of the village of Worle.

School Website 

School Career Site

 

Castle Batch Primary School Academy

Castle Batch is an exciting, forward thinking and dynamic primary academy, which Ofsted has recently judged to be ‘good’ (November 2017). Ofsted said, ‘Castle Batch is an inclusive school, characterised by very good relationships and a caring ethos’. 

We have very committed staff who work creatively, in partnership with parents, to enable children to achieve great outcomes.   

We are part of The Priory Learning Trust, comprising of local primary and secondary schools, enabling us to work closely with a range of practitioners from all phases of education. This is a very exciting time for Castle Batch and a great time to join us.

School Website

School Career Site

 

The King Alfred School

We are a school with a long history of providing education for the children of Highbridge, Burnham on Sea and the surrounding areas. We pride ourselves on ensuring that every child achieves their potential, both academically and socially during their time with us. We are a school at the heart of our community and we believe that it is our role to develop the next generation into successful citizens.

The King Alfred School is a happy school where staff and students enjoy working together. We provide a calm purposeful learning environment where all students are supported and encouraged to ‘do their best’. Our ethos is strong with core values of respect, tolerance and courtesy. We set high standards of behaviour and promote respect and responsibility – values needed to support our young people in being successful throughout their lives. 

School Website

School Career Site


Pawlett Primary School Academy

Our vision at Pawlett Primary School Academy is that all children can succeed regardless of their background and it is our moral imperative that we offer a great school for all. We wholeheartedly believe in a ‘Learning without Limits’ approach to education, where children are encouraged to challenge themselves in order to develop confident, independent thinkers who are self-motivated and eager to learn at all stages. Our passion is in offering an enjoyable and meaningful education; our aim is to create life-long learners of our future generations.

We work particularly closely with St Anne's Church Academy, in fact our Executive Head is their Head teacher!

We have a great school at Pawlett where academic standards continue to improve, children love coming to school and where families can confidently opt to send their children.

We are learning together and growing together at Pawlett Primary School Academy.

School Website


St Annes Church Academy

Our school vision is that all members of the school community are encouraged to ‘Learn to Love…and to Love to Learn’. We encourage and develop this through our Learning without Limits approach to education. Through this everyone is encouraged to challenge themselves in their learning and make the choices that are right for them in their stage of their educational journey.

We believe that every child is ‘intelligent and extraordinary’ and that as Kurt Hahn says ‘There is more in every person than you might expect.’ Our role as educators is to create the optimum environment for everyone to be inspired to learn both now and in the future. Our children are the adults of the future and we want to work with them to help create an even better world for future generations.

School Website

Our Vision

The Priory Learning Trust is a Multi-Academy Trust of primary and secondary schools – and in time (we hope) special schools. This will add real inclusivity to our Trust.

The PLT grew from a passion to bring the power of partnership and sharing to bear and provide a first-class education to a wide range of children, of all abilities and social class groupings, in WSM and especially in North Worle.

We believe that this approach will create happy, confident, and high-achieving students. This truly collaborative approach will also develop great staff relationships and improve staff wellbeing. It will healthy challenge and healthy competition.

The Priory Learning Trust will:

  • Support the aspirations of young people and their ambitions for their future success.
  • Contribute to producing aspirational, well-rounded, confident and active citizens.
  • Offer a broad range of qualifications.
  • Be inspirational learning centres offering exceptional education.
  • Combine, share and utilise the highest academic standards and levels of expertise across our academies and partners to design and develop an innovative and inspiring curriculum – learning is at the centre of what we do
  • Provide a strong duty of care to nurture and support students' wellbeing and self-esteem.
  • Maintain the unique nature of all of the schools within the Trust.
  • Give Academy Councils the freedoms to focus on the challenge and support for the improvements in teaching, learning and the curriculum.

 

 

Our Ethos and Values

Our Ethos

The ethos of The Priory Learning Trust is visionary, aspirational, and one of pursuing excellence across every single area of our work.

Through working together and sharing resources, our academies will provide all young people in Weston-super-Mare with inspirational academic and vocational programmes which prepare them for successful careers and healthy, confident and active livelihoods.

Our Values

The following values are important to The Priory Learning Trust.

  • Pursuing exceptional education for every single child – STUDENTS FIRST
  • Every person is here for the best interest of the children.
  • No child is ever left behind.
  • The unique identity of each school is protected, celebrated and valued for the contribution it makes to ensuring children have the best education and experiences.
  • Encouraging uniqueness and diversity.
  • Allowing every young person across the Trust to benefit from specialist facilities and resources.
  • Facilitating the mobilisation of expertise between/across organisations.
  • Sharing good practice and experience across academies.
  • Providing high-quality motivated staff with opportunities to expand their experience and expertise across the Trust.
  • Cherishing staff

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