Why work with us?

At Barr’s Hill school we develop outstanding leaders to live and breathe our values in “Building Brighter Futures”. We believe in a culture of shared leadership responsibility, where our teachers are encouraged to take an active leadership role with their peers, work collaboratively, and provide opportunities to ensure the success of new initiatives. Our teachers are recognised as experts in their field with valuable insights to share; here we utilise carefully selected CPD and research to inform our approach to leading development. Our staff have a relentless approach to increasing the life chances and aspirations of our students through our values and principles. Our teachers are leaders first and foremost who strive to shape, increase and illuminate the life chances and aspirations of our diverse group of students – this begins from the first day with us.

Our Mission

“BUILDING BRIGHTER FUTURES”

We increase the life chances and aspirations of our diverse group of students by working relentlessly to raise standards of education and providing exceptional experiences. We are morally driven to collaborate; to develop staff expertise and to create exceptional learning experiences for students in our community and beyond.

Our Values

Students First – all staff, governors & parents totally focused upon the education of all our students.

It’s about Learning – students, all staff, governors & parents totally focused upon developing and improving the learning of students underpinned by harmonious and trusting relationships.

No Barriers – no excuses, only support, to ensure students, all staff, governors & parents maximise the academic achievement of students whilst enabling them to develop and flourish as well rounded individuals.

Current Vacancies

Support Worker and Teaching Assistant

Grade 4 (pro rata salary £17,528 – £20,537 per annum)      

37 hours per week term time only plus 1 week (39 weeks)  

 The Trust is passionate about building brighter futures for the young people who attend its schools, and is a rapidly growing and successful Multi Academy Trust driven by a set of compelling values:

  1. Learners First – young people, staff, leaders, governors and trustees totally focused upon the educational benefit of our learners within a safe and supportive environment
  2. It’s about learning – young people, staff, leaders, governors and trustees totally focused upon developing and improving learning underpinned by harmonious and trusting relationships
  3. No Barriers – no excuses, only support to ensure young people, staff, leaders, governors and trustees maximise the academic achievement of learners whilst enabling them to develop and flourish as well rounded individuals

 We are seeking to appoint a highly professional and competent individual to work directly with a Teacher of RE with visual impairment. You will provide appropriate support in all aspects of their work, including planning, preparation, the delivery of teaching and learning, classroom management and assessment.

You will be committed to the school’s aims; celebrating diversity, delivering quality and striving for success.

Relevant experience of working in an education context is preferred but not essential.

Employees of the Trust have access to:

  • Supported professional development
  • The Local Government Pension Scheme
  • Childcare Vouchers
  • Occupational Health Services

Closing date: midday on Thursday 25th August 2022

Please be aware that we reserve the right to close this vacancy prior to the published closing date.

Interview date to be confirmed.

Please note that all applications must be received on an application form. We do not accept CV’s. Applications should be returned to recruitmentadmin@thefuturestrust.org.uk or to the school address marked for the attention of Suki Garchay, HR Manager.

Barr’s Hill School and The Futures Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and require all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates for all positions will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Key Documents:

Application Form

Support and Teaching Assistant Job Description

Support and Teaching Assistant Person Specification

Safeguarding Assistant and Inclusion Support

Grade 5      

37 hours per week term time only plus 3 weeks (41 weeks)  

 The Trust is passionate about building brighter futures for the young people who attend its schools, and is a rapidly growing and successful Multi Academy Trust driven by a set of compelling values:

  1. Learners First – young people, staff, leaders, governors and trustees totally focused upon the educational benefit of our learners within a safe and supportive environment
  2. It’s about learning – young people, staff, leaders, governors and trustees totally focused upon developing and improving learning underpinned by harmonious and trusting relationships
  3. No Barriers – no excuses, only support to ensure young people, staff, leaders, governors and trustees maximise the academic achievement of learners whilst enabling them to develop and flourish as well rounded individuals

 We are seeking to appoint a highly professional and competent individual to work with the Senior Safeguarding Lead to support staff to safeguard the school community and promote students welfare. You will liaise with external services to provide support, advice and guidance on safeguarding issues.  In addition to work as part of the inclusion team to provide intervention and mentoring support for a key case load of high profile vulnerable students.

You will be committed to the school’s aims; celebrating diversity, delivering quality and striving for success.

Relevant experience of working in an education context is preferred but not essential.

Employees of the Trust have access to:

  • Supported professional development
  • The Local Government Pension Scheme
  • Childcare Vouchers
  • Occupational Health Services

Closing date: midday on Thursday 25th August 2022

Please be aware that we reserve the right to close this vacancy prior to the published closing date.

Interview date to be confirmed.

Please note that all applications must be received on an application form. We do not accept CV’s. Applications should be returned to recruitmentadmin@thefuturestrust.org.uk or to the school address marked for the attention of Suki Garchay, HR Manager.

Barr’s Hill School and The Futures Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and require all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates for all positions will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Key Documents: 

Application Form

Safeguarding Assistant and Inclusion Support Job Description

Safeguarding Assistant and Inclusion Support Personal Specification