The Government is asking parents to keep children at home whenever possible – schools remain open only for children who need to attend.
Making a Difference

Making a Difference

Many of our academies present a different set of issues compared to other schools. It’s true that working in one of our schools is demanding at times, but many of the children we teach face considerable challenges every day.

Education is really important to us, and our job is to share the joy of learning with them. Dealing with the consequences of poverty and unfavourable circumstances is difficult, but also hugely rewarding. Our academies give staff the opportunity to gain a huge amount of personal and professional satisfaction in seeing the difference that their work can make.

It is the staff in our academies that drive improvement on a day-to-day basis, and we are looking for colleagues who want to make a real difference to the lives of the children they work with; who want to challenge the consequences of poverty and disadvantage through education; who are committed to their own professional development and who want to be outstanding teachers, classroom assistants, administrators, leaders, and support workers across a wide range of roles in our academies.