Why Work with the Bourne Education Trust?

We are a high performing multi-academy trust that focuses on school improvement. We currently have 16 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 most recent project. It has been in the Trust since September 2017 and it is rapidly improving. We where inspected in February of 2020 and achieved a 'Good' judegment in all four catagories. 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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- Dec 4
Everest’s Blog is live! Our first post is focused around our fantastic Acting Head Teacher, Mr Grills. Take a read to find out about his career in teaching and ambitions for the future of Everest: https://t.co/xAbCPJuazN #everestlearning https://t.co/wxWFfMprhA
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- Dec 4
Memory Fortnight is underway and the students have been learning about some fantastic ways to make revision fun and easier! Memory platforms are perfect to recap information taught across the whole year, not just the week - why not give it a try? #everestlearning https://t.co/5cvsYsOWyc
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- Dec 4
Year 8 have been working on drawing the perfect graph in Science today as part of their unit on forces and motion. They showed great resilience and even did their graphs again following on from verbal feedback. #everestlearning https://t.co/0Nx2Yp53yn
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- Dec 4
Year 8 have been working on drawing the perfect graph in Science today as part of their unit on forces and motion. They showed great resilience and even did their graphs again following on from verbal feedback. #everestlearning https://t.co/aOQ3vOWgBC
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- Dec 3
As part of memory fortnight our students have been practicing low stakes testing as a revision method for future exams. These are a great way to refresh and build up knowledge. #everestlearning https://t.co/s89GQ4lZn0
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- Dec 3
At Everest our ethos and vision is that all staff and students feel they ‘belong’. So during tutor time this week, Year 8 have been learning about racist bullying and how they can play an active role in preventing it. #everestlearning https://t.co/UzHfh0TN1I
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- Dec 3
How to write your college personal statement… For Year 11 students the deadlines for college applications are fast approaching. With the help of our Careers Adviser, Mrs Wood, we are here to support all our pupils in preparation for moving onto college. #everestlearning https://t.co/q5Jo4BjLBt
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- Dec 2
As we come to the end of our Year 11 mock exams, we wanted to remind all our students to take care of their well being - here are some tips and tricks! We are so proud of how hard all our Year 11 students are working, keep it up - you’ve got this! #everestlearning https://t.co/mHkKWMwzXX
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- Dec 2
During 3D Art lessons, Yr 10 have produced some wonderfully detailed studies in clay taking inspiration from organic forms and creatures within our precious oceans. Well done to all! #everestlearning https://t.co/yCWqfY1zNN
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- Dec 2
Revision technique #2 Students have been working hard in tutor times to learn about revision methods in Memory Fortnight. Self-quizzing is the perfect way to interact with your child during revision. Why not make a quiz together and test them a week later? #everestlearning https://t.co/B5FCxdPrFv
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- Dec 1
Our Year 10 students have been making bolognese in their Food Technology class with Miss Newman - doesn’t it look delicious! #everestlearning #healthybodies https://t.co/Y3sc48hhgJ
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- Dec 1
Christmas has arrived at Everest Community Academy... https://t.co/EOR9Ju8Ibn
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