Why Work with the Bourne Education Trust?

We are a high performing multi-academy trust that focuses on school improvement. We currently have 12 schools in the trust and 4 set to join. We have an unblemished track record with Ofsted and each school inspected whilst in the Trust has either improved or maintained its grading. Everest Community Academy is our latest project. It has been in the Trust since September 2017 and it is rapidly improving and we are confident that it will achieve a 'Good' in its next inspection in 2020. In essence, this is a fast moving trust that offers lots of opportunities to its staff.

 

If you decide to join us you can expect to:

 

  • Work in a high performing environment that is very professional and highly supportive;
  • Receive well-planned induction and support on your arrival;
  • Have a timetable that will give you additional planning, preparation and administrative time;
  • Have access to high quality shared resources;
  • Receive support in achieving your qualified teacher status in the UK if you have come from abroad;
  • Work with our teaching school partner to successfully navigate your NQT status;
  • Get the support from our professional tutors if you want / need;
  • Have regular line management meetings to support your professional development;
  • Participate in staff training either as a teacher of facilitator (depending on your level expertise);
  • Be eligible, in time, for our secondment policy that allows our highest performing staff to move between our schools in new roles;
  • Develop your teaching pedagogy alongside some of the best practitioners;
  • Have your own classroom and departmental office;
  • Have opportunities for promotion if you perform strongly
  • Work in a vibrant team that is committed to excellence and enabling young people to achieve their best.

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- Feb 26
We are delighted to be part of the University of Winchester outreach project. Some great opportunities for our students #everestlearning https://t.co/buJRDuxQkC
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Maria_Miller @MariaMillerUK - Feb 11
URGENT: Voting for UK Youth Parliament representative @UKYP closes on Friday 15 February-our own local candidate in #Basingstoke is Katie Allabush at Everest Academy-all 11-18yr old students can vote at school-she’ll be a great voice for young people @ECABasingstoke https://t.co/yTIrXomO9z
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- Feb 10
The top three students on class charts this week are all in Year 11: 1 - Ayo Olumade +37 2 - Ellyanah Brown +36 3 - Ben Andrews +33 These students have been awarded the most positive points and are working hard in preparation for their GCSEs this summer! #everestlearning
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- Feb 10
We are very proud to support Year 9 student Katie Allabush, who is standing for The Youth Parliament in the upcoming elections. Vote for local candidate Katie #everestlearning https://t.co/letAMN5s06
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- Feb 10
Final Score from Saturdays big match: Basingstoke Schools 8 vs. Gosport Schools 4 Congratulations to Jaryd Thomas (Y8) and Luke Howard (Y7). Fantastic performance and a great result! ⚽️⚽️⚽️ #everestlearning
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- Feb 3
Class Charts is our online system used everyday to praise our students achievements. Categories of praise are all linked to the quality of learning. This weeks top learners are: 1. Andrew Gurton (Y9) +58 2. Emilie White (Y11) +45 3. Dominic Gurton (Y9) +38 #everestlearning
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- Jan 29
Another fantastic article in the Gazette written by Henry and Pyran in Year 10. Please share and spread the word #everestlearning https://t.co/L7h608lTE7
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- Jan 28
Pupil Progress Reports are now available via our online portal. If you are an Everest parent you should have received an invitation email. If you are unable to register please contact the schools reception #everestlearning https://t.co/IdmLAuDa84
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- Jan 25
Another week, another article in the Basingstoke Gazette. Well done to Henry and Pyran in Y10 for writing the article. A school on the up! #everestlearning https://t.co/mKZZ91y2QB
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- Jan 22
Always great to hear how our ex students are getting on. Alfie Allaway who left us last year has personally emailed his head of year to thank him for his support and helping him start a career in the army. Great to see you are doing so well Alfie #everestlearning https://t.co/7EzAcVHgCP
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- Jan 21
Thank you to our colleagues at the University of Winchester for supporting our students, a great project which we are proud to be part of #everestlearning https://t.co/suriVeDnlc
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University of Winchester Access and Outreach @UWINAspire - Jan 21
Forget #BlueMonday There’s always something to be happy about, especially when you’re featured in the paper! @ECABasingstoke #outreach #university #basingstoke https://t.co/yDVEOlvEQ1
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