Situated in Hoveton, at the gateway to the Norfolk Broads, our academy has a proud history of academic success and pastoral care. We value our staff highly, through support for continuing professional development and through a focus on what really makes a difference to our students. Staff turnover is very low, and staff satisfaction is higher than the national average in all categories (Edurio staff survey, 2021). If that sounds like somewhere you'd like to work, we would love to hear from you.
All our current vacancies are now posted centrally on the OAT Careers page.
You can train to teach at Broadland through the Ormiston and Keel SCITT – The OAKS. The OAKS is an Ofsted outstanding provider of initial teacher training, working with seven hubs spread geographically across the UK. Our mission is to nurture future professionals and give back to the local communities through high-quality teacher recruitment, education and retention.
All trainee teachers follow a programme to gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and have the opportunity to be accredited with an academic PGCE award. Your experience will include:
The programme at The OAKS has been designed to be both academic and vocational. Our programme is designed to provide challenging expectations of you as a trainee teacher, in a teaching and learning environment which will enable you to engage, motivate and hopefully inspire all pupils.
The broad aims of the main curriculum component of the programme are to: