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Overview

The London Borough of Ealing is a vibrant, diverse and culturally rich borough only 6 miles west of central London. It has a wide choice of schools in areas which, range from leafy green to city suburbs. All schools reflect the rich cultural diversity of the community and offer you a positive, supportive and professional environment in which to develop your full career potential. Ealing is well-served by the rail network, with Paddington just ten minutes away and Heathrow airport only fifteen minutes, central London and the West End are just half an hour by tube and the River Thames, Kew, Richmond, Twickenham and Hampton Court are all on our doorstep. 

AboutUs

The London Borough of Ealing has 67 primary, 14 secondaries (plus 2 more approved and due to open in Sept 16) and 6 special schools. The London Borough of Ealing comprises of seven districts - Ealing, Southall, Hanwell, Acton, Northolt, Perivale and Greenford. Each of these areas has unique characteristics, and together they form one of the most vibrant and diverse communities in Britain.   Our SchoolsThe Borough has a population of approximately 342,500 and a school population of about 35,000. The school population is very much multi-cultural and multi-faith in character with more than one hundred different mother tongues represented within the pupil population.The Education ServiceEaling schools and the Education Service continue to work closely and purposefully to raise standards of achievement and the quality of educational provision for Ealing children. Equal opportunities remain an inherent part of the LEAs value framework and the service takes pride in its cultural diversity.The Service has a strong reputation for its training and support programme but also has a range of other specialist services which, exists to support all schools and staff. This includes: Education Psychology Service Ealing Education Centre Schools’ HR and Bursarial Units Education Personnel and Governors’ Support Services Workforce Development Support Training and Development Service (CPD).    

Working for us

We need talented and committed professionals who will enjoy the challenges of working in a multi-cultural and multi-lingual environment. Please note: All teachers receive inner London allowance. We have a superb induction programme with quality support, advice, and in service training. The LEA provides professional support for all subject areas and all schools. All teachers have access to Continuous Professional Development throughout their career with us. A recent OFSTED report identified that Ealing secondary schools rank in the top 10 for 'good' and 'outstanding' with the primaries in the top 20% https://www.egfl.org.uk/news/2015/12/ealing-ranks-top-10-good-and-outstanding-schools.

 

Living and working in Ealing

 

Living in Ealing provides the best of both worlds. It is within easy reach of central London as well as providing easy access to the towns and countryside of the South East and beyond. An excellent place to live in its own right. Ealing has thriving arts and leisure facilities and more than eight square kilometres of parks and green spaces.

As one of London's busiest boroughs, there are all the recreational facilities you would expect in a lively metropolitan centre, with museums, a local theatre, cinemas, galleries and an eclectic mix of restaurants and bars to choose from. 

Crossrail

Ealing Broadway station is set to receive substantial improvements in preparation for the introduction of Crossrail. When the new services start from 2019, passengers will benefit from faster and more reliable links to central London and beyond. 

The main station works are due to start in September 2015.  The work is expected to last a little over two years. The station will remain open during these works.

Crossrail plans substantial remodelling of the station. The current cramped entrance and ticket hall be replaced by a new glass structure that will let in much more natural light and be significantly more spacious. In addition, new lifts and staircases will make it much easier for passengers to get around the station.

Further information about the plans can be found here.

Travel

Ealing's central location and wide range of transport links provide convenient access to many destinations including the capital. By rail, Paddington is a 10 minute train journey and the West End is 30 minutes away on the District, Central or Piccadilly tube lines. Major road routes connect Ealing to Oxford, Birmingham, Bristol, South Wales, Central London, Heathrow and Gatwick Airport. Heathrow is the nearest airport to Ealing at a distance of approximately eight miles.

 

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