Triumph Trust is a large, modern, forward looking Trust, serving a diverse catchment area in the north east of the city. We are looking for enthusiastic and committed staff with high ambition and a keenness to demonstrate excellent classroom practice.
We are a welcoming, friendly, supportive school with a strong emphasis on teamwork and collaborative working. We are committed to improving the life opportunities of all our pupils and challenge ourselves to ensure that our pupils receive the very best of learning opportunities.
Our children say our schools are…
Friendly, challenging, progressive, encouraging, artistic, fun …..outstanding!
We can offer you:
- Children who are eager to learn and are proud of their school
- An exciting and challenging atmosphere where purposeful learning takes place
- A strong and supportive team
- A good induction and high quality CPD
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. DBS clearance will be required.
Working For The Trust
In order to deliver on our aspiration to become a multi-academy trust that provides all of its pupils with a high quality education, we need to support, recognise and champion the expertise and efforts of our teaching and non teaching staff.
Our schools create a rich and exciting learning environment that inspires pupils to become their confident academic best. We have inspirational leaders, working collaboratively to improve the education outcomes and experiences of young people.
To retain, sustain and grow our staff team is essential if we are to provide our pupils with the very best. We support all staff in the development of their practice through our professional growth policy and professional development opportunities:
- Clear career pathway plans are in place for all our teachers, giving opportunities for growth and on-going learning and development.
- Secondment opportunities are provided across our MAT network, providing valuable opportunities to develop and learn within our Trust and experience different environments within our MAT network.
- Through working in partnership with others, we can further enrich the learning experiences of our pupils, and provide opportunities and experiences that are unique to our Trust.
A warm welcome
To welcome you to the Trust we offer an outstanding local and Trust Induction Programme to enable you to quickly learn about our Trust, our academies and our mission and values, along with the necessary knowledge to enable you to become a contributing member of our Trust.
Please see below for our current vacancies.
Routes into teaching
School Direct Programme
This is a full time salaried one-year course. We offer placements at our primary schools through the Coventry SCITT providing ongoing support by the Trust along with opportunities to gain practical experience whilst you learn.
Teach First Programme
Partnered with Teach First – a national charity – this a two-year programme resulting in Qualified Teacher Status and offers graduates the opportunity to train as a teacher as well as a placement within the school. This is a salaried programme, which provides support by the Trust and Teach First, along with opportunities to gain practical experience whilst you learn. Prospective teachers will need to apply directly to Teach First.
To fully support you in your NQT year we will offer you a 12 month structured and supported development programme within the school and an assigned mentor to support you. You will have the opportunity to attend regular events to meet with other NQTs, share experiences and build your professional network.
You will also be joining a highly skilled and supportive team with exceptional and experienced teachers and inspirational school. CPD and Trust-wide collaboration is high priority for us and critical to our success as a Trust.
We offer our teachers the opportunity to grow their career in different roles including; additional responsibilities, Subject Leaders and Leadership within schools and across the Trust.
Our Senior Leaders play a pivotal role in helping shape and support education across the Trust. We offer competitive salaries and leadership and executive development opportunities across the Trust. You will have the opportunity to engage with our system leaders, working with other experienced and inspirational colleagues to help plan and shape our approaches to benefit our wider community. As well as on going CPD, we offer a range of leadership and management programmes to support your career advancement.
Education Support: From Learning Support Assistants to Cover Supervisors and Pastoral Support, the Trust offers a large range of opportunities. If you want to make a difference to the learning experience of children, one or our many educational support roles may be the ideal role for you. All employees are provided with appropriate training and support as well as opportunities to develop your career.