We are currently recruiting for the vacancies listed below. Please add this page to your bookmarks and check back for updates.

The role of a Teaching Assistant involves supporting students with a range of learning and behaviour difficulties across the age and ability range. You will need to enjoy working with young people and be able to work well as part of a team.

The successful candidate is likely to support in a number of curriculum areas and it is essential that applicants possess a good standard of literacy and numeracy, with a GCSE Grade C or equivalent in English and Mathematics being desirable qualifications. Relevant practical experience is also essential.


Teaching Assistant Advert


Teaching Assistant Job Description and Person Specification

We are seeking to appoint part time cleaners to join our well established and dedicated cleaning team. The successful candidates will assist with cleaning the school premises to a high standard as well as ensuring that health and safety requirements are adhered to.    Duties will include mopping, sweeping, vacuuming, cleaning toilets, emptying bins and using buffing machines and other associated cleaning tasks as required.

The ideal candidates will be able to demonstrate a good team spirit and strong work ethic and be flexible to meet the needs of the school. Although previous cleaning experience is not essential, this would be advantageous.


Cleaner Advert


We are seeking a data manager to work in a Trust position, supporting all of our schools in the production and analysis of data. Applicants must be ambitious, highly professional and absolutely committed to ensuring that students achieve great outcomes and enjoy school.

For full details of these vacancies, please contact Georgi Dyson on 01274 771444 or Closing date for applications 19th February 2017


Trust Data Manager Advert


Trust Data Manager Job Description


Trust Data Manager Person Specification

We are seeking to appoint casual exam invigilators who will be available during our peak exam period starting from mid-May until the end of June this year.   Exam Invigilators implement examination procedures and ensure the proper conduct of examination candidates.     Working as part of a team and under the supervision of the Exams Officer, invigilators contribute to ensuring a calm and organised exam environment, giving student’s confidence in the exams process.

The ideal candidates will be able to demonstrate excellent inter-personal skills, an outstanding attendance and punctuality record, resilience, with the ability to work in an organised and methodical manner.   Previous experience is advantageous although full training will be given.


Casual Exam Invigilator Advert


Beckfoot Thornton Strategic Vision


Application Form


Equality Monitoring Form