Have you got what it takes to make a difference?

In choosing to work within the Alumnis MAT, you would be well supported and have great opportunities to develop.

We are a family of interdependent schools, with a shared ambition, where character is made and lives are shaped.  We work with collective ownership, a habit of collaboration and shared accountability across each other's schools.  Our teachers are empowered to get back in touch with what brought them into the profession - a spirit of enquiry, a sense of collaboration, a joy of working with young people, and a belief in developing the whole child - academic skills, intellectual habits, transformative competencies, character virtues and well-being that enables individual flourishing.

If you would like to work for a forward thinking Trust that focuses on providing every individual child in our schools with rich, varied and exciting learning opportunities, then we would love to hear from you.

Visits to the schools are welcome and encouraged, please contact the school offices to make an appointment.

We are dedicated to the safeguarding of all children and young people whilst promoting their welfare and expect all staff and volunteers to share this. Any offer of employment will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory DBS Enhanced Disclosure and any satisfactory pre-employment checks.  Successful applicants will also be asked to provide criminal conviction information.

In accordance with the Childcare (Disqualification) Regulations 2009, if you are shortlisted for this post you will be required to declare that you are not Disqualified (or Disqualified by Association) from working within this setting.

IT Manager (Technical Operations) - Central Team - Grade F, Circa £25,000 per annum, Full time (37 hours, per week) 12 Weeks Leave

An opportunity has arisen for a dynamic and driven individual to lead our ICT provision through an exciting period of growth and development. Reporting directly to the Director of Operations, the IT Manager (Technical Operations) will be responsible for operationally realising the Trust ICT Vision, managing the ICT infrastructure and communications across our Trust School sites and central offices and leading the ICT Team. The post holder will also advise on further developing the Trust ICT strategy based on operational needs.

The post holder will have a broad knowledge of relevant and current technology and associated policy issues to drive forward the ICT development of the Trust, whilst having a hands-on approach. The post holder will be required to promote technical skills development and professional ICT working practices.

This is a  wonderful opportunity to develop an established career in IT by making your mark with this friendly, inspiring and growing Trust whilst ensuring our students are graduating world-wise. The Trust is growing and offers significant professional growth in progressing your career path with us.

Please send your completed application (non-teaching application form above) to [email protected] by 9 am on 30/05/2022

Interviews 07/06/2022

This post has been advertised on multiple platforms and we reserve the right to interview upon receipt of appropriate applications. Candidates are therefore advised to submit applications at the earliest opportunity.

 

 

 

 

SEN TA - Dolton School

Grade B (£9.43 - £9.62 per hour) -  25 hours per week - 38 weeks per year

We are looking for an enthusiastic committed Teaching Assistant to join our team At Dolton C of E School.  This is a fantastic opportunity to join our dedicated support staff team who work hard to encourage and support every child as they progress along their learning journey at our school.  The postholder will be required to support a SEND child to enable them to access school life:

The post holder will be supporting a year 3 child with SEMH needs and a regression in cognition and learning.

You will need to be calm, enthusiastic, motivated, an effective communicator and be passionate towards helping young people feel safe and develop socially, emotionally and academically. The ability to work effectively as part of a team, and use your initiative, is essential. Experience of working with thrive based principles would be beneficial within this post along with an understanding of  how to support regulation and reduce anxieities.

Please send your completed application (non-teaching application form above) to [email protected] by 9am on 16/05/2022

This post has been advertised on multiple platforms and we reserve the right to interview upon receipt of appropriate applications. Candidates are therefore advised to submit applications at the earliest opportunity.

 

 

 

 

Volunteering Opportunities

There are many different ways in which parents can help in schools – on an ad hoc or regular basis. These include:

  •  Helping with literacy (typically listening to children read)
  • Helping with numeracy
  • Sharing your professional skills (for example, if you’re a doctor, you might go in to talk to a class whose topic is healthy living)
  • Helping with classroom activities such as cookery
  • Leading or helping to lead an after school club like netball or chess
  • Helping on school trips
  • Helping with sporting events, music or drama productions

If you would like to volunteer at one of our schools, please download and complete the volunteering application form and send it to [email protected]

All volunteers working in our school will undergo an enhanced DBS check together with additional safeguarding checks, such as seeking references, before they are able to start volunteering in school.  A full safeguarding induction is compulsory for all volunteers.

If you would like further information before appying, please contact our HR Manager, Jac Robilliard, on 01237 879382 or email [email protected]