- Christian Vision, Aims & Values
- Equality Statement
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- Leeds Diocesan Learning Trust (LDLT) Vacancies
- The Federation of Holy Trinity CE School Vacancies
The schools within The Federation of Holy Trinity CE Schools are in the process of converting to become an Academy as part of the Leeds Diocesan Learning Trust (LDLT)
The Federation of Holy Trinity CE Schools is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils and young people. We have a robust Child Protection Policy and all staff will receive training relevant to their role at induction and throughout employment at the school. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts are subject to a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service criminal records check for work with children.
We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity.
To commence January 2023
Salary: Group 3 L18-24 (£63508 - £73559)
Our Christian Vision: a community of learning and growing in a culture of respect
In all things you yourself must be an example of good behaviour. Be sincere and serious in your teaching. (Titus 2:7)
This is an exciting opportunity for an inspirational leader to work with our wonderful children and highly committed staff. We are true to our school’s Christian vision, values and aims and this is at the core of school life.
We have a skilled and committed staff team who put our children at the heart of all we do, supporting them and their families in their well-being, safeguarding and development as individuals and learners. Our new headteacher will be effectively supported by pastoral and inclusion teams that work closely with our families and community.
We have highly valued teams working across the Federation who are central to the effectiveness of the school. Strong and energetic teachers and leaders drive our curriculum forward and we are excited about exploring the fresh perspective a new headteacher can bring us.
We are looking for someone who
- will ensure that all we do is built on our strong Christian values
- puts children at the very heart of everything, being dedicated to providing the very best for their well-being, safeguarding, education and development
- has a passion for teaching and learning
- is a forward-looking leader who will build on our many existing strengths
- has enthusiasm, energy and resilience
- can build strong relationships with all stakeholders
In return we can offer
- a strong culture of safeguarding
- a community based on our Christian vision
- passion for teaching and learning
- an embedded curriculum that is unique to our school
- effective established systems and processes which facilitate the day-to-day running of the school
- fantastic, enthusiastic children who are invested in their learning
- a proactive Governing Board
- positive relationships with Holy Trinity CofE Church, our families and the wider community
- an instrumental role in the new Diocesan MAT working with other local church schools
We warmly welcome potential applicants to visit the school by arrangement with Lisa Coghlan (Office Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org) (see July & September dates in the Recruitment Pack for details).
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|Child Protection Safeguarding Policy||Click here|
Closing date for applications: Wednesday 14th September (10am)
Interviews will take place on: Wednesday 21st & Thursday 22nd September
Midday Supervisory Assistant
Permanent Part-time contract (Grade B, SCP 2)
7.5 hours per week, Monday - Friday, term-time only.
An opportunity has arisen for a midday supervisory assistant to join our team.
We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to work alongside members of our staff team to support our children at lunchtimes. Duties will include supervising in the dining hall and playground, securing a caring and safe environment for pupils.
The ideal candidate will enjoy working with children, be a team player, want to make our children's lunchtimes a happy experience and be committed to inclusion in all aspects of school life. Experience of working in a school environment is desirable, but not essential.
We are an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from suitably qualified persons.