English Lead - George Washington Primary School

An exciting opportunity has arisen for the right person to join the leadership team at George Washington Primary School, a large primary school for children from the age of four to eleven, located in Washington, Tyne and Wear. The CEO and Trust Board of Oak Learning Trust seek to recruit an aspirational and effective English Subject Lead to
support the leadership of their school and contribute to wider school life at George Washington Primary School. Whilst this role is based at a specific school, the role will be appointed to Oak Learning Trust, and movement between Trust schools may be expected in the future.

Closing date and shortlisting: 25.04.2024 at midday

Observations & Interviews: w/c 29.04.2024

Completed application forms should be returned to Ms Wood, Trust Business Manager: enquiries@olt.org.uk

If you would like to visit the school, please contact George Washington school office on 0191 490 6453 or email the school at school@gwps.org.uk to arrange an appointment - we are offering two opportunities to do so: Wednesday 17th
April at 4:30pm and Monday 22nd April at 4:00pm.

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Pathway Lead at Columbia Grange School

An exciting opportunity has arisen for the right person to join the middle leadership team, to be one of our curriculum pathway leads, at Columbia Grange School, a primary specialist provision for children, aged five to eleven, with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or Severe Learning Difficulties. The pathways are curriculum led, based on stage and not age. The leader will be responsible for leading the curriculum, staff and pastoral needs.

Currently there are three pathways within the school, which are organised depending on the needs of the pupils. Each pathway has a lead who is responsible for day-to day running and organisation, developing excellent communication systems and supporting staff and pupils in their pathway.

The CEO and Trust Board of Oak Learning Trust seek to recruit an aspirational and effective Pathway Lead to support the leadership of the school and contribute to wider school life at Columbia Grange School. Whilst this role is based at a specific school, the role will be appointed to Oak Learning Trust, and movement between Trust schools may be expected in the future.

Closing date and shortlisting: 1.5.24 at 8:00 am       Observations: 8.5.24           Interviews: 10.5.24

Completed application forms should be returned to Ms Wood, Trust Business Manager: enquiries@olt.org.uk

If you would like to visit the school please contact Columbia Grange School office on 0191 691 3940 to arrange an appointment.

Class Teacher at Columbia Grange School

Oak Learning Trust seek to recruit an inspirational teacher to join our trust at Columbia Grange School. This is a primary specialist provision catering for the needs of pupils aged five to eleven, with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or Severe Learning Difficulties and who have an Educational, health and Care Plan. Whilst the role is based at Columbia Grange, the role will be appointed to Oak Learning Trust, and movement between Trust Schools may be expected in the future. This an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to develop their own teaching in a supportive and aspirational environment.

Closing date and Shortlisting: 10.5.24 at 8am   Observations: 16.5.24    Interviews: 17.5.24

Completed application forms to be returned to Ms Wood, Trust Business Manager: enquiries@olt.org.uk

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Facilities Maintenance Operative at Oak Learning Trust

Oak Learning Trust seek to appoint a highly motivated and enthusiastic facilities maintenance operative. This role will work across all trust schools supporting our facilities team with maintenance and small projects.

The successful candidate will be hard working, friendly, committed and able to use their own initiative. This is a ‘hands on’ practical role requiring active site work as well as overseeing maintenance and security of our school sites. Working with the Facilities and Estates Manager, the successful candidate will have relevant experience in building maintenance, possessing excellent communication capabilities, they will be able to develop good relationships with the staff, pupils and wider school community.

Appointments can be made to visit the trust to look around and find out more about the role.  Please contact Andrew Halliwell, a.halliwell@olt.org.uk to make an appointment.

Completed applications should be returned FAO Glenda Wood at enquiries@olt.org.uk no later than 12 noon, 19th April 2024.

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Assistant Head Teacher at Columbia Grange School

An exciting opportunity has arisen for the right person to join the leadership team at Columbia Grange School, a primary specialist provision, for children from the age of five to eleven, with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or severe learning difficulties.

The CEO and Trust Board of Oak Learning Trust seek to recruit an aspirational and effective Assistant Head Teacher to support the leadership of their school and contribute to wider school life at Columbia Grange School. Whilst this role is based at a specific school, the role will be appointed to Oak Learning Trust, and movement between Trust schools may be expected in the future.

Closing date and shortlisting: 25.4.24 at 8:00am     Observations: 1.5.24     Interviews: 2.5.24

Completed application forms should be returned to Ms Wood, Trust Business Manager: enquiries@olt.org.uk

If you would like to visit the school please contact Columbia Grange school office on 0191 691 3940 to arrange an appointment.

Treehouse Leader

The CEO and Trust Board of Oak Learning Trust seek to recruit an aspirational and effective leader for our additionally resourced provision for children with autism at John F. Kennedy Primary School.  We are seeking someone who is passionate about education for pupils with SEND, who is creative and will bring sparkle and joy to our children while ensuring a strong education and excellent progress for them. 

This role is based at John F. Kennedy Primary School. All appointments are to Oak Learning Trust, and movement between Trust schools may be expected in the future.  

Completed application forms to be returned to Ms G. Wood, Trust Business Manager: enquiries@olt.org.uk 

Visits to the school are welcomed, and potential candidates should contact JFKennedy Primary School on 0191 490 6454 to sign up for a visit on either Thursday 18th April at 4.30pm or Tuesday 23rd April at 3.45pm.

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