Current Vacancies

Court Fields School, Wellington is part of The Blackdown Education Partnership. Further details on our Trust and vacancies can be found here: bep.ac/vacancies and Court Fields School jobs - Eteach

If you are interested in applying for any of our vacancies, please ensure you have read all relevant documents, including those below, in order to have a full understanding of the post. As part of our selection and shortlisting process, it is school policy to request references prior to interview.

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BECOME A SCHOOL GOVERNOR AT OUR SCHOOL

PHSCE Lead with the ability to teach French and Spanish

Full time, permanent from September 2024
Teachers’ MPS to UPS plus TLR2a 

As a result of increasing student numbers and our school being significantly oversubscribed, we are looking to expand our staff team at Court Fields School at this exciting time. 

We are seeking to appoint an exceptional and inspiring PHSCE Lead with the ability to teach French and Spanish.

Court Fields staff and students are committed to improving rapidly to be a great school where every child, regardless of background, achieves well, feels they belong to our community and fully participates in school life to develop character and the resilience to succeed. We are very active in our local community and work highly successfully with parents, employers, further education providers and external agencies. We know the values of highly effective PHSCE, as part of students’ wider personal development that leaves no stone unturned in both supporting and educating young people.

The successful candidate will have a clear understanding of curriculum intent and implementation, the role of personal development in supporting our young people to be successful adults, and the ability to inspire and motivate a staff team to deliver high quality PHSCE. You will be highly motivated, proactive and hardworking, with vision and values that align with ours, and an absolute moral imperative to change the lives of young people. You will work alongside our Pastoral Lead and our Head of World Views as well as the wider curriculum to embed and develop a PSHCE experience that enables our students to be safe, happy, successful adults.

You will be joining an ambitious, committed and hardworking team of staff who offer amazing support, both in an academic and pastoral sense and are relentless in their drive to make a genuine difference to and lasting impact on our young people, families and the wider community.

CV’s are not accepted, please complete the application form in full.

Closing date: 9am Wednesday 15th May 2024
Provisional Interview date: Friday 17th and Monday 20th May 2024

All applications should be made by completing the application form available at bep.ac/vacancies and should be submitted by 9am on the closing date.

INTERVIEWS MAY BE CARRIED OUT BEFORE THE CLOSING DATE SO EARLY APPLICATION IS ADVISED.

The Blackdown Education Partnership is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all who work here to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to employment checks, including an Enhanced DBS disclosure.

Application Pack

Graduate Trainee Teacher Apprentice Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Computing and World Views/Religious Education

Full Time
Fixed Term from September 2024 to August 2025
Up to £28,000 PA dependent on experience and subject specialism

This is an exciting opportunity to enter the profession and gain significant teaching experience while studying to become a fully qualified teaching professional.

The Graduate Trainee Teacher role, in conjunction with the Graduate Teacher Programme and Buckinghamshire University, offers talented and motivated graduates the chance to study towards the full range of professional teaching qualifications while gaining significant on the job and classroom experience and earning a competitive salary which reflects your prior academic success. On completion of the apprenticeship, you will hold a PGTA (level 6) or PGCE (level 7) academic teaching qualification, QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) allowing you to practice in the UK and abroad and a teaching apprenticeship as well as having a minimum of 600 hours of teaching experience. Unlike traditional taught routes into teaching, you will be a fully fledged member of the school community from day one, acting as both lead teacher and tutor to students and being involved in all areas of school life.

We are seeking applications from graduates with a 2.2 or above in Sciences, Computing, Mathematics, or a related discipline. It is not vital that your first degree is in the subject that you intend to teach, but additional training may be needed to enhance your subject knowledge if it is not. Experience working in an educational setting with children and young people will be a benefit, but most important to us is your outlook and drive to continually improve. Teaching is a highly rewarding career choice, but it is one which requires you to hold yourself to the highest of standards, to be self-motivated and work independently and to continually reflect on your practice and how you can succeed. Successful applicants for this program will be resilient, reflective and driven to succeed in everything they do.

If you are interested in the Graduate Trainee Teacher Apprentice position, we would recommend that you contact us for an informal conversation to find out more, or to visit us at Court Fields. In order to do this, please contact Martyn Dudley, Deputy Headteacher via the school office.

Closing date: Friday 10th May 2024
Final interview date: Week Beginning 20th May 2024

GRADUATE TRAINEE ROLES ARE LIMITED AND INTERVIEWS WILL BE CARRIED OUT ACROSS THE APPLICATION WINDOW, FROM APRIL ONWARDS, SO EARLY APPLICATION IS RECOMMENDED.

The Blackdown Education Partnership is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all who work here to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to employment checks, including an Enhanced DBS disclosure.

Application Pack

Application Form

Teaching Assistant with The Cove (Selworthy School’s satellite provision based at Court Fields)

An opportunity has arisen for a Teaching Assistant with The Cove (Selworthy School's satellite provision based at Court Fields). This employment opportunity is with the Oak Partnership Trust but staff would work closely alongside the Court Fields staff team. More information can be found by scanning the QR code or emailing Mr Hold (thold@courtfields.bep.ac) or Miss Jessep (ljessep@courtfields.bep.ac).

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MFL Work Experience

Unlock Your Potential with Language Work Experience!

Are you an A-level student with a passion for French and Spanish? We have an incredible opportunity for you to gain valuable work experience while making a positive impact on the lives of others. Join our team as a language support assistant and help students with learning difficulties excel in their language lessons. In this role, you'll have the chance to create resources, provide one-to-one support and facilitate small group activities, fostering a supportive and inclusive learning environment by working closely with language teachers. Not only will you enhance your language skills, but you'll also develop essential communication and teaching abilities that will benefit you in your future endeavours. Seize this chance to expand your horizons, empower others, and embark on an unforgettable journey of personal and professional growth. Apply now and take the first step towards a rewarding career in languages!

Please send a completed Volunteer application form and any additional information (no CRBs or certificates or unsolicited references please) via email to jmartin@courtfields.bep.ac

Application Form

Alternatively, post to:             

Miss J Martin
Cover Manager and HR Assistant
Court Fields School
Mantle Street
Wellington
Somerset
TA21 8SW

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