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For the Wardle Trust to produce good results it is important to us that we recruit and retain the best staff. As a Trust we are our own employer, subscribing to all local and national terms and conditions of employment for all staff. As a consequence, the school employs its own HR Manager; the school governors are committed to paying the ‘living wage’ as a minimum for associate staff; training and continued professional development are at the centre of our staff appraisal systems.

  • Exclusive after-school use of a new fitness gym
  • Assistance with personal and legal issues
  • Family orientated leave of absence policy
  • Social Events
  • Free Flu jabs
  • Great opportunities for musicians

Staff have the benefit of exclusive after-school use to a new fitness gym, Social events, free flu jabs, assistance with personal and legal issues are examples of the benefits available to support colleagues. The Trust’s leave of absence policy is ‘family orientated’ recognising the importance to staff with their own children to attend their children’s special events such as final primary school assemblies, or graduation days. For musicians, there are many opportunities both to play and to support musical events.

Opportunities and Development
The Trust likes to encourage all staff to consider development opportunities.
The Trust is welcoming of all new staff with its induction processes constantly under review. Staff turnover is low. As we continue to grow, however, employment opportunities continue to appear. The Trust likes to encourage all staff to consider development opportunities. For example, over the last few years, several associate colleagues have been supported to become both teachers and heads of department. Senior staff have been supported to become deputy headteachers, and in two cases, headteachers, thereby creating additional employment openings within the school.

Extended Support Network

We work closely with external groups such as the Rochdale Education and Learning (REAL) Trust, the Northern Alliance training network, Great – Teaching Recruitment and the Rochdale Pioneers Trust to support and meet the training needs of all colleagues regardless of role.

 

We Want To Take Your Career Further

We are always on the look out for great maths, English and primary education teachers. If you’re ambitious, work hard, and have the necessary qualifications, skills and personality for teaching, we want to hear from you.

Visit our teacher recruitment partner, Great, by clicking here.

Get In Touch

Quality learning experiences for the children, both in and out of the classroom, are at the centre of all of our activities. If you feel that you can add to the quality of that provision within the Wardle Trust we would love to hear from you.

If you would like to discuss or explore any employment opportunities with us further, please do not hesitate to contact us, and thank you again for showing an interest.

 

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RT @Wardle_Academy Well done to our Year 7 and Year 8 students who competed in the Rochdale Futsal Tournament. Our team came first meaning they will represent our area in the School Games. Well done to all of our students involved, this is a great achievement and good luck in the School Games. pic.twitter.com/Dl5l7OQJwz

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