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  • Job Title

    Key Worker (Casual)

  • Location

    Tidworth

  • Posted

    11th October 2021

  • School

    Wellington Primary and Wellington Eagles Primary Academies Federation

  • Salary

    £9.43-£9.81 per hour

  • Hours

    Full Time

  • Description

    Casual Key Worker at The Den Salary range: C2-C4 on Support Staff Pay Scale £9.43-£9.81 Working hours: casual hours Required as soon as possible A rare and exciting opportunity ha ...

  • Job Title

    Key Worker

  • Location

    Tidworth

  • Posted

    6th October 2021

  • School

    Wellington Primary and Wellington Eagles Primary Academies Federation

  • Salary

    £18,198 - £18.933 per annum FTE

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    Key Worker at The Den, Wellington Lions Primary Academy Required for: October 2021 Salary Range: C2-C4 on Support Staff Pay Scale £9.43- £9.81 Full Time Equivalent: £18,198 - £18. ...

  • Job Title

    Breakfast and After School Club Assistant

  • Location

    Tidworth

  • Posted

    5th October 2021

  • School

    Wellington Primary and Wellington Eagles Primary Academies Federation

  • Salary

    £9.43-£9.81 per hour

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    Welly Extra Assistant - Breakfast and After School Club Assistant Two positions available - One based at Wellington Lions Primary and one based at Wellington Eagles Primary Grade ...

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Welcome to Our Federation

Wellington Primary Academy opened in 2015 and has grown to become a thriving two form entry school in the heart of Tidworth. Due to continued demand for school places in the area, Wellington Eagles was opened in 2019 in Ludgershall, initially as a one form entry primary school but with capacity to grow to two forms over the next few years. Our primaries are part of The Royal Wootton Bassett Academy Trust (RWBAT), which is made up of 7 schools in the Wiltshire and Swindon area, with our local secondary school, The Wellington Academy, being a natural feeder for the majority of our pupils.

At The Wellington Primaries, 'The Curious Child' is at the centre of our curriculum. We encourage pupils to ask questions and discover answers through a variety of means. Each child is unique and their learning style will also be individual to them, so teachers plan lessons that are creative, interactive and fun, including inviting inspirational visitors into school, organising visits, using specialist coaches and practical outdoor learning to enhance the love of learning for our pupils.

We have developed strong links with the military community, with approximately 80% of our pupils coming from Service Families. We have a number of support services available to support pupils and follow the Thrive curriculum, ensuring pupils' mental health and well being is always a priority. We work with parents and the local community to ensure that both our schools reflect the needs of all stakeholders and are at the centre of the community.

Wellington Primary Academy

The purpose-built school is based within the new housing development in NEQ (North East Quadrant), Tidworth and caters for pupils from Reception through to Year 6. At Wellington Primary Academy we firmly believe that every child in our care has the right to be truly inspired by an engaging and purposeful curriculum. We have dedicated staff who are passionate about providing our children with enriching and exciting experiences so that they can all achieve success in their learning journey. We actively encourage our children to be enthusiastic, resilient, collaborative and aspirational and believe that this supports them on their path to becoming life-long learners.

We support our children to grow into positive, well rounded citizens and work alongside them to encourage bravery, positivity, respect, kindness and honesty. By instilling these values we give children the chance to shine and be proud of all that they achieve, both academically and personally.

A Wellington education promotes:

  • Excellence through the rigorous learning of key skills within a rich and broad curriculum.
  • Holistic learning by developing the whole child.
  • Innovation in the way that we teach and learn.
  • Collaboration with parents and carers, the Wellington Family, the military community and local primary schools

The Crest forms part of the Duke of Wellington’s Coat of Arms and features widely in our family of schools.

Wellington Eagles Primary Academy

The purpose-built school will be based within the new housing development in Ludgershall, Wiltshire on what used to be the old Salisbury Plain Barracks and vehicle depot both of which have been demolished to make way for 246 family homes and the school. At Wellington Eagles Primary Academy we firmly believe that every child in our care has the right to be truly inspired by an engaging and purposeful curriculum. We have dedicated staff who are passionate about providing our children with enriching and exciting experiences so that they can all achieve success in their learning journey. We actively encourage our children to be enthusiastic, resilient, collaborative and aspirational and believe that this supports them on their path to becoming life-long learners.

We support our children to grow into positive, well rounded citizens and work alongside them to encourage bravery, positivity, respect, kindness and honesty. By instilling these values we give children the chance to shine and be proud of all that they achieve, both academically and personally.

A Wellington education promotes:

  • Excellence through the rigorous learning of key skills within a rich and broad curriculum.
  • Holistic learning by developing the whole child.
  • Innovation in the way that we teach and learn.
  • Collaboration with parents and carers, the Wellington Family, the military community and local primary schools

Our ambition for Wellington Eagles Primary Academy is the same ambition we have for all schools in the Wellington Family: to provide an outstanding education for all its pupils. At Wellington Eagles pupils will learn how to work hard and study well, to be good and do good, setting them up for a future of success and wellbeing whatever they choose to do in their lives.

Royal Wootton Bassett Academy Trust

We are proud to be part of Royal Wootton Bassett Academy Trust.

Royal Wootton Bassett Academy Trust (RWBAT) was set up as a Multi Academy Trust in May 2017. In establishing RWBAT, we committed to offering strategic leadership and management expertise to facilitate collaboration, commitment leading to high levels of school improvement opportunities to each Academy within RWBAT.

Our roles in leading RWBAT are based on the simple premise of seeking to maximise the life chances of every pupil within the Trust. We believe this can be achieved through sharing leadership principles and management processes which support high levels of attainment and achievement and which ensure staff and pupils are equipped to deliver the highest levels of performance in each Academy.

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