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HOURS: Full-time, permanent
St. Mary's CE Academy
HOURS: 32.5 hours per week, Term Time Only + 2 inset days.
Aston All Saints C of E Primary School
Academy Site Supervisor
HOURS: 15 hours per week, 52 weeks Working hours; 3-6pm (negotiable)
Thrybergh Fullerton CE Primary Academy


HOURS: Full-time, permanent DEADLINE: 1 Mar 24


St. Mary's CE Academy

About the Role

Job Title: Headteacher
Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Employer: The Diocese of Sheffield Academies Trust
Salary: Leadership Scale L15 to L19 (or more for an exceptional candidate)

The Diocese of Sheffield Academies Trust is seeking an inspirational and dynamic individual for the role of Headteacher at one of our esteemed primary schools in Sheffield. As a faith-based trust committed to providing exceptional education, we are looking for a leader who shares our values and is dedicated to fostering a positive and inclusive learning environment. We are looking for someone who has a clear presence as a leader and who understands and can work well within a Multi Academy Trust. The Headteacher will inspire, challenge, motivate and empower others to carry the school’s vision forward.

We need someone who will lead the development of the curriculum and ensure that the key priorities for school improvement in writing and phonics are effectively achieved. The Headteacher will be supported by our Head of School Improvement/Deputy CEO, to achieve the high standards required for all aspects of the school.


As the Headteacher, you will be responsible for:

1. Providing visionary leadership to the school, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and high academic standards.
2. Implementing the trust's mission and values in daily school life, ensuring a nurturing and inclusive environment for all students.
3. Work with the Trust EWO to improve pupil attendance and reduce persistent absence
4. Work closely with the CFO, Buildings Managers, People Director and Head of Business and Operations to ensure effective and safe operations
5. Developing and maintaining strong relationships with staff, students, parents, and the wider community.
6. Working with the wider trust in finding opportunities to collaborate on common priorities, networking with colleagues outside of own school to ensure longer term strategic aims are achieved
7. Overseeing the effective delivery of the national and school curriculum, ensuring an engaging and challenging learning experience for all pupils.
8. Leading and supporting the professional development of teaching and non-teaching staff.


The successful candidate should possess:

Proven leadership experience in a primary school setting as Deputy Head or Head of School, or higher.

Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and significant teaching experience

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

A commitment to the ethos and values of The Diocese of Sheffield Academies Trust.

Strong strategic and organisational abilities.

• Competitive salary on the Leadership Scale (L15 to L19).
• Opportunities for continuous professional development and career development.
• A supportive and collaborative working environment within The Diocese of Sheffield Academies Trust.
• Access to a range of benefits and resources offered by the trust including a focus on workload and well-being

How to Apply

We would encourage you to make contact about the role, please get in touch by emailing our CEO Andrew Waldron ( or our Deputy CEO Alison Adair (

Visits to the school are welcomed and encouraged. To arrange to visit please contact the interim Executive Head, Sharon Patton, (

If you are a passionate and dedicated educational leader ready to take on this exciting opportunity, please submit your application, using the DSAT Teacher application form, outlining your suitability for the role, to by 1st March 2024 midday.

The Diocese of Sheffield Academies Trust is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from candidates of all backgrounds. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check, barred list check and an online search.


HOURS: 32.5 hours per week, Term Time Only + 2 inset days. DEADLINE: 11 Mar 24


Aston All Saints C of E Primary School

About the Role

Start Date: As Soon As Possible

Salary: DSAT Grade 3 £23,500 FTE (£17,942 pro rata)
Hours: 32.5 hours per week, Term Time Only + 2 inset days. Temporary with a view to becoming permanent.

Aston C of E Primary School is an Ofsted rated good school (Oct 22) and part of The Diocese of Sheffield Academy Trust. We are seeking to employ a committed, self-motivated, caring and flexible individual to join our friendly and dedicated team. The successful candidate will be well supported by a strong team of leaders, teachers and teaching assistants and will help supervise and provide support and care for young people, including individualised support for pupils who have special educational and medical needs.

The hours of work are currently Monday – Friday 8.40am – 3.40pm.

Successful candidates will be well supported by a strong team to help deliver the best possible teaching and learning for the children.

We can offer you:
• a warm and welcoming school
• enthusiastic children with positive attitudes to learning
• a friendly, supportive team of colleagues
• supportive parents and Governors
• an attractive, well-resourced classroom
• a pleasant school environment in a village location
• good professional support and excellent opportunities for development

We are seeking to employ an individual who has: -

• Minimum NVQ Level 2 Teaching Assistant or equivalent
• Recent experience of working within a primary school classroom
• Commitment to achieving and promoting high standards of care, learning and behaviour
• Knowledge of phonics and early reading
• Experience of learning interventions is desirable but not essential
• Experience of the assessment cycle and monitoring progress
• Ability to establish positive relationships with pupils and empathise with their needs
• Ability to work flexibly across all key stages as required, initially based in KS1
• A competent standard of numeracy, literacy and ICT
• Willingness to participate in further training and development opportunities
• Ability to maintain confidentiality on all school matters

The post will involve:

• Supporting pupils during whole class teaching, in small groups and/or on a 1-1 basis
• Promoting positive behaviour and supporting the educational, social, emotional needs of individual pupils
• Supporting with the delivery of phonics daily
• Covering lunchtime supervision daily
• Working within an agreed framework of supervision and taking responsibility for agreed learning activities.

How to Apply

Visits to the school are welcomed. Please contact the school office on 0114 2872100 or to arrange an appointment.

Closing Date: Monday 11th March 2024, 12pm (Noon)
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 13th March 2024.

A Job Description, Person Specification and Application Form are attached. Please email your completed application form for the attention of Vicki Newton, our Office Manager at We are unable to accept CV’s.

Aston C of E Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and expects all staff to share in this commitment.
An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check will be carried out.

Academy Site Supervisor

HOURS: 15 hours per week, 52 weeks Working hours; 3-6pm (negotiable) DEADLINE EXPIRED


Thrybergh Fullerton CE Primary Academy

About the Role

JOB DESCRIPTION: Academy Site Supervisor- Thrybergh Fullerton CE Primary Academy

SALARY DETAILS: SCP 7 on the DSAT Pay Structure
£24,294 pro rata
Generous employers pension scheme with the Local Government (South Yorkshire Pension Authority)

CLOSING DATE: 19th February 2024

WORKING PATTERN: Permanent, 15 hours per week, 52 weeks
Working hours; 3-6pm (negotiable)

INTERVIEWS: Thursday 22nd February 2024

POST COMMENCING: 15th April 2024 (or sooner if possible)

At DSAT Multi Academy Trust children are at the centre of all we do. Our ambitious and emerging Multi Academy Trust currently comprises of 17 Primary schools across Rotherham, Sheffield and Doncaster. All our schools are rated “good” or “outstanding” by Ofsted.

We are seeking a diligent and proactive Academy Site Supervisor with good interpersonal skills and high standards. We need a person who loves to fix, clean, build, unblock, paint, weed and take genuine ownership and pride in our school. In return, we can promise a School full of amazing children, a genuine staff team and a well-resourced environment.

The Site Supervisor will be directly responsible to the Head of School but will work closely with the Trust Buildings Manager, Schools Office Manager, and other school staff.

The Site Supervisor is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the school site ensuring the buildings and grounds are clean and safe, ready for the children and staff to work, learn and play. Your role will include closing of the school.

We are seeking:
▪ Someone that is proactive and diligent
▪ Has a trade background/training in either plumbing, joinery, plastering, painting/decorating, electrician, grounds maintenance
▪ Ability to multi task across a range of activities
▪ A conscientious person who sets high standards with attention to detail
▪ Someone who can develop good relationships with staff and has excellent
communication skills
▪ A good team member, but able to work independently

We can offer you:
▪ The opportunity to work in a supportive and collaborative environment
▪ The opportunity to join a very enthusiastic and committed team
▪ Planned professional development
▪ Flexible working hours/days/weeks
▪ Flexible holidays
▪ Generous Employers Local Government Pension

How to Apply

If you would like an informal chat, a tour of the site or to discuss this role further, please do
not hesitate to get in touch on 01709 850572. Completed application forms should be returned

Closing date: Applications are to be received no later than 12 noon on 19th February 2024

The Diocese of Sheffield Academies Trust is committed to Safeguarding & Promoting the
Welfare of Children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this
commitment. We are an Equal Opportunities Employer.

Thrybergh Fullerton is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of
children and expects all staff to share in this commitment.

Shortlisted applicants will be required to complete a self disclosure of criminal convictions
and an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and online search will be
carried out on the successful candidate.