Class Teacher Vacancy

Post: Class teacher

Pay Scale: Early Career Teacher – Main Pay Scale (M3)

Responsible to: Phase leader, Senior Leadership Team

Responsible for: Learning Support Assistants

Posted: 13th May 2024

Closing Date: Monday 20th May 9am

Shortlisting:    Monday 20th May 12pm

Interviews/Assessment: 22nd & 23rd May 2024

Start date: 1st September 2024


ECTs are welcome to apply for this post

To express an interest in this post, candidates are invited to complete the application form and email to the school’s business manager, Mr. Musa, at:

Candidate Teacher JD & PS

Learning Support Assistant Vacancy

Post: Learning Support Assistant

Pay Scale: Band D (SCP 6- 11)

Full Time Equivalent Salary: £23,893 to £25,979

Actual Salary: £18725 to £20,814

Hours Per Week: 33.75

Contract Type : Initial 12 Month fixed-term contract

Posted: 17th May 2024

Closing Date: Friday 31st May 2024 11.59pm

Shortlisting:    Tuesday 4th June 2024

Interviews/Assessment: Thursday 13th June 2024

Start date: 1st September 2024

JD & PS - Learning Support Assistant

Trust Board Vacancies

The Olive Tree is a small, yet successful, single academy trust based in Bolton, Greater Manchester. As part of the development our trust we have two vacancies for two trustees to join our trust board in order to support our mission and vision, as follows:

●               Trustee with experience of finance, HR and buildings;

●               Trustee with experience of educational standards, safeguarding and inclusion.

Our mission:

Our trust’s mission is to work in partnership with culturally aligned (likeminded) schools to use an evidence-based approach of innovation and technology that promotes continuous improvement, improves social-mobility, and increases the life chances of our pupils, their families and our staff.

Our vision:

Our Trust’s vision is to develop and grow into a strong family of schools, using the power of collaboration and shared values to develop best practice through a culture of challenge, aspiration, and achievement. Our enduring aspiration is to be the ‘Trust of Choice’, ensuring we offer value for money and maximise our use of available resources at all times to secure the highest personal, professional, and academic outcomes for all of our stakeholders.

Time commitment:

Each of our committees meets 4 times a year and feeds into our full Board meeting – which also meets 4 times a year. The time commitment is approximately 1.5 hours per meeting (or 5-8 hours per month including time to review governance paperwork) and although voluntary in nature, provides trustees with the rewarding opportunity to contribute to the growth and development of a highly successful single academy trust in Bolton, Greater Manchester.

Interested in being a part of our success story?

As with all governance roles, the ideal candidate should be passionate about bringing about positive change to the lives of children whilst adhering to the Nolan principles of public life.
For further information or to express an interest in either of these rewarding roles, please click the button below. Alternatively you can email the clerk to the trustees for further information, at:
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If you are successful in joining our team,  we will endeavour to provide you with a unique and rewarding experience in return.

Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. In line with Keeping Children Safe in Education, all posts are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service and satisfactory references, and an online search will be carried out as past of our due diligence on shortlisted candidates.

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When opportunities do arise, all of our vacancies are advertised on this page, as well as teaching vacancies and