All SuccessAT teachers benefit from our 'Three Steps to Success' entitlement:
Assistant Principal - Data & Processes
To be responsible for the strategic direction and development of the College under the overall direction of the Principal
To evaluate and improve the effectiveness and impact of management information systems, data systems and IT systems
We encourage you to participate in our virtual information session for prospective candidates to the post.
This session will occur twice, with the second session a repeat of the first.
Monday March 8th - 4:00-5:00pm - Microsoft Teams meeting
Wednesday March 10th - 5:00-6:00pm - Microsoft Teams meeting
Links to these virtual meetings can be found within the application pack below
Applications will only be accepted with a completed application form and a letter addressing the specific criteria described on page five of this pack, and must be received by midday on the 16th March 2021, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or at college by post to
Mrs C Butler, HR Manager, Thomas Estley Community College, Station Road, Broughton Astley, Leicestershire, LE9 6PT
Full Time, Temporary for 1 Term
Commencing after Easter
Mathematics at the College
Mathematics is a key subject within the Thomas Estley curriculum, and one of our core subjects at KS3 and KS4. Our results in Maths have been outstanding over a period of many years and among the very best KS3 results in the county.
Our Mathematics department comprises 6 teachers, as well as a dedicated Numeracy Support Assistant. The Mathematics curriculum incorporates mainly classroom-based lessons as well as access to interactive Maths IT based resources and a set of tightly focused intervention lessons / extracurricular support where appropriate. Students study Maths for five lessons a week (four lessons a week in Year Nine) from Year Seven to Year Eleven, as well as through our Money Matters Module in Year Nine. Additional provision includes studying for the AQA Level 2 qualification in Further Maths for our more able KS4 pupils, a residential Maths / Science trip to Geneva and a range of enhanced opportunities from the UK Maths Challenge through a Bletchley Park coding visit to Maths leadership opportunities in feeder primary schools.
Science at the College
Science is a key subject within the Thomas Estley curriculum, and one of our core subjects at KS3 and KS4. Our results in Science are among the best KS3 results in the county. As our age range changed in August 2016 from 11-14 to 11-16, we are strongly committed to continuing excellence into our GCSE provision and have already worked hard to ensure that aim. Our Science department comprises of nine teachers and two technicians, within a suite of Science labs, prep room, office and theory classroom. The Science curriculum incorporates practical and theory-based lessons as well as access to department and college IT facilities and a set of tightly focused intervention lessons/ extracurricular support where appropriate. Students study Science for four lessons a week in Year Seven – Nine and six lessons a week in Key Stage Four, as well as three extra lessons a week for those choosing Triple Sciences in Key Stage Four (currently three teaching groups). Additional provision includes a Maths/Science residential in Geneva, university and masterclass visits and a range of enhanced opportunities from Science club to targeted interventions.
This post is subject to enhanced disclosure from the Criminal Records Bureau.
Your application should include a completed form and a letter of application (no more than three sides of A4 please) with the names and addresses of two current professional referees. Please ensure that your letter matches your philosophy, practice and experience to the items in the job and person specification.
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 24th March 2021
email to email@example.com or at college by post to Mrs C Butler, HR Manager, Thomas Estley Community College, Station Road, Broughton Astley, Leicestershire, LE9 6PT
Do you have something special to offer?
Can we help you to acquire experience in a school based setting?
At Thomas Estley we always welcome applications for voluntary work, be it short term or something more permanent. If you feel you can contribute to the Academy or wish to gain valuable experience, please get in touch*
*Please send initial contact to firstname.lastname@example.org – this will be passed on to the appropriate area depending on your offer. All applications will be considered, following discussions with relevant team leaders and in conjunction with our safeguarding and Right to Work in the UK checking procedures. Thomas Estley will organise these on your behalf.