Working With Us
It’s not just about children achieving their potential - we share the same aspirations for our staff
We believe that our staff are our greatest asset. We aim to employ staff who share our high standards and expectations and then to look after and invest in them to ensure they reach their own potential.
- To recruit and retain the best staff
- To ensure the principles of fairness and balance across different groups of staff
- To embed a flexible professional approach to deliver excellent teaching & learning
- To pay a "Living Wage" to the lowest paid staff
To achieve these aims we offer enhanced salaries to teaching and support staff, the option of 3 days "personal time" leave during term time and more generous sick pay arrangements than most other schools.
Spiral Partnership Trust promotes a culture of high standards, high expectations and high rewards. This is reflected in enhanced salaries for all staff; Our payscale for teachers is enhanced at all levels, as a result teachers earn 5% more than teachers in other schools - for an ECT that's £1,500 more than other starting salaries
Typically our support staff earn more than staff in similar roles at other schools because they are paid for more weeks of the year - not just for term time.
Spiral Board of Directors believes all staff should earn an 'adequate' income that is sufficient to live on, to maintain a socially acceptable quality of life without the need for additional state benefits, we therefore make a commitment to being a “living wage employer”, ensuring the lowest paid staff earn sufficient income to maintain an acceptable standard of living in the local context.
Even if we don't have any specific vacancies listed, we always welcome quality applications. Please download our application form and email it to us or send it to us in the post.
Spiral Partnership Trust application form:
Please follow the link below to our current vacancies page:
Alternatively, please click here to complete the quick 'Enquiry' form and will contact you when a suitable vacancy arises.