Tees Valley Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post applied for, including checks with current and/or past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)

Please complete all sections of the application form fully: CVs will not be accepted. Please note that providing false information will result in the application being rejected or withdrawal of any offer of employment, or summary dismissal if you are in post, and possible referral to the police.

Please note that checks may be carried out to verify the contents of your application form.

Lunchtime Supervisor

Dormanstown Primary Academy

Status: Permanent
Commencing: 2nd November 2020
Salary: NJC POINT 2 – £17,711 per annum. (£2,507 pro rata)
Hours: 5 hours per week Term Time Only

Tees Valley Education wish to appoint an enthusiastic, experienced and committed lunchtime supervisor. This position would be to work with children across the primary age range.

Duties will include supervising children, both in the dining hall and playground, leading play activities and ensuring the safety, wellbeing and good behaviour of all our children. Ideally, the successful candidate will have experience of working with children within the primary age group. Experience of working with children with special educational needs would be desirable but not essential.

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Level 3 SEND Teaching Assistant

Dormanstown Primary Academy

Status: Permanent
Required: November 2020
Salary: £22,021 – £22,911 per annum (Pro Rata £17,918 – £18,642)* Subject to 20/21 pay award
Hours: 35 hours per week, term time only + 5 days
Closing Date: Monday 5th October 2020 at 9:00am
Shortlisting: Tuesday 6th October 2020
Interviews: Friday 9th October 2020

Dormanstown Primary Academy is seeking to appoint a pro-active, enthusiastic, energetic and reliable Level 3 SEND Teaching Assistant to join the Tees Valley Education Trust. This position would be to work with children from Reception to Year 6.  As a Level 3 SEND Teaching Assistant, you will work alongside the class teacher, helping pupils to get the most out of their learning and supporting individuals or groups of pupils. 

We are looking for people who have experience of, or a genuine interest in, working with children with complex SEND, are interested in their development and learning and have good organisational and communication skills.  We ask that all staff working with our children hold qualifications in English and mathematics that are at least equivalent to GCSE grade ‘C’.  Qualification as a teaching assistant (or equivalent) is essential.

In return, we can offer you the opportunity to join a successful academy within a well-established trust. Both the trust and academy have a strong inclusive ethos and an inherent drive for quality.  Dormanstown Primary Academy is dedicated to delivering outstanding inclusive practice through a culture of co-production, experiential learning and growth, where parents and professionals work together to support the holistic development of the child. Our children are proud academy citizens, care for each other, are focused on learning and enjoy coming to school. We have an incredibly strong team and thrive on working together to improve access to education and outcomes for our children. 

Applications are invited from prospective candidates who are able to demonstrate that they are able to meet the essential criteria set out in the person specification and who have the vision, values and tenacity to join an outstanding team and help continue the journey towards excellence.

Tees Valley Education Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.  All appointments will be subject to a satisfactory references and enhanced DBS check.

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Level 3 Academy Administrator

Wilton/Dormanstown Primary Academy

Status: Permanent
Commencing: November 2020
Salary: £19,945 – £21,166 pro rata (actual salary £12,816 – £14,037)* Subject to 20/21 pay increase
Hours: 25 hours per week Term Time Only + 3 weeks
Reporting to: Academy Business Manager

Tees Valley Education are seeking to recruit a suitably qualified and experienced administrator to work in across two of their academies. Tees Valley Education is extremely proud of the high quality provision it offers all pupils in its care and this is an exciting opportunity, designed to support a growing Trust as well as adding capacity to the academies within it.

The successful candidate will promote and support the vision and direction of our Primary Academies by providing day-to-day support for all users.  First impressions count; our office staff set the tone for how our academies are perceived and as the first point of contact, you will need to have an outgoing, friendly approach. You will be able to undertake difficult conversations with people in a calm and assertive manner.  The academy offices are busy places and children, parents and staff will often require your help and support at short notice, so we expect you to be able to prioritise and organise your time effectively, with a smile!

Whilst the appointment is based between Wilton and Dormanstown Primary Academy, as part of Tees Valley Education Trust we see ourselves very much as a team, serving different communities.  Therefore, we use every opportunity to share excellent practice, skills and expertise to improve outcomes for all.  We firmly believe that we are ‘stronger together’. You will part of a wider team with support from the administration team across both academies.

We are a fabulous team and we all enjoy working together to improve outcomes for our children. We are offering a varied and challenging role in a busy and rewarding working environment with access to excellent continuous professional development, as part of a highly functioning team.

Tees Valley Education Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.  All appointments will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.  Applications are invited from prospective candidates who are able to demonstrate that they are able to meet the essential criteria set out in the person specification.

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SEND Teacher

Pennyman Primary Academy

Status: Permanent
Required: January 2021 
Salary: £24,373 – £40,490 (MPS1 – UPS3 and SEN allowance £2,209) Pending the national agreed pay award for 2020-21
Hours: Full time  
Reporting to: Head of Academy

Pennyman Primary Academy is seeking to appoint a committed and passionate SEND teacher as part of Tees Valley Education Trust. This teaching position will be to work with Y1 and Y2 children in the first instance in our SEND Unit provision that has been rated outstanding by Ofsted four times.

Closing Date: Friday 2nd October 2020 at 9.00am
Shortlisting: Friday 2nd October 2020 at 1.00pm
Interviews: Friday 9th October 2020

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Head of Academy

Pennyman Primary Academy


Status: Permanent
Hours: Full Time
Salary: L14 to 19 (£56,579 – £63,975) Pending the national agreed pay award for 2020-21
Commencing: January 2021, or later for a suitable candidate
Reporting to: Executive Head Teacher of Pennyman Primary Academy / CEO

Pennyman Primary Academy is a large, complex academy for over 400 children. This includes a specialist designated unit provision for around 55 children. Therefore, Pennyman is a fully inclusive and exciting learning community, where unlocking each child’s unique potential is at the heart of learning. This is reflected in the Pennyman motto ‘Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day’.

This Head of Academy role is varied and complex in scope and would therefore be ideally suited to an innovative, forward-thinking school leader who has an unequivocal commitment to serve children and their families with a commendable proven impact. Being able to demonstrate this for outcomes and life opportunities for children in areas of disadvantage, including for those with special needs would be advantageous. An understanding of excellent teaching and learning practice, theory and research would also be needed in order to engage and support an already
talented staff team and to support the academy on its continuous development journey. Equally, an unwavering commitment to work in partnership with a range of multi-agency personnel along with a range of stakeholders including our supportive parents and community, would be essential.

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