Current Vacancies

Head of Geography Vacancy Details

Salary: Highly competitive salary
Closing Date: 20/11/2017

Teacher of English Vacancy Details

Salary: Highly competitive salary
Closing Date: 20/11/2017

Teacher of Mathematics Vacancy Details

Salary: Highly competitive salary
Closing Date: 20/11/2017

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Glenmoor & Winton Academies are part of United Learning, and fantastic schools to work in and be a part of. The academies are an important part of the community they serve and have made significant improvements over the past four years.

We are accredited Thinking Schools which put student learning at the heart of all we do and staff development as fundamental to improving the student experience. The academies are situated in North Bournemouth and blessed with good facilities and stunning open spaces around the campus.

Come and be a part of our exciting journey. We offer fantastic professional development opportunities, highly competitive salaries, re-location allowances and an opportunity to work in one of the most successful Multi-Academy Trusts in the country. 

‘High achievement - high standards' permeates all we say and do. If this is the kind of school you want to work in, I look forward to meeting you. 

Stuart Ingram


Glenmoor & Winton Academies motto is ‘High Achievement, High Standards’. We believe that every child matters and every lesson counts, creating well rounded citizens achieving academic excellence. Glenmoor & Winton is a highly inclusive school that caters for the needs of all students. We ensure our most able students are stretched academically and students with special educational needs and disabilities are expertly supported, allowing the Academies to ensure the best in everyone.

Situated on one of the most beautiful parts of the South Coast, Glenmoor & Winton Academies are two successful, single sex academies that benefit from a shared campus and teaching staff.

With both academies judged as securely Good in the summer of 2015 and well on their way to becoming Outstanding, this is an excellent time to become part of the team.

A unified approach to teaching and learning is manifest across both schools with a Senior Leadership Team praised for their “pursuit of excellence for all students”. The “shared determination to succeed at the highest levels” is apparent amongst both pupils and staff at these schools which, since becoming academies in 2013, have demonstrated significant improvement to create an “outstanding learning experience” for students.

As part of United Learning, Glenmoor & Winton’s progress is overseen by Dame Sally Coates, United Learning’s Director of Southern Secondary Academies. The academies form a cluster of United Learning schools and academies in the area and work together with these and other schools to great effect.  Partnerships are underway in terms of sport, teaching and learning, pupil experience and there is a strong focus on CPD for staff at all levels.

What the children say...

  • "The teachers and heads are all kind and caring. Each and every one of them wants the best for all of us. You can talk to them about anything from if you are struggling in class or if you are upset about something at home; they will always find a way to help.

    We have many opportunities to take on responsibilities, such as Head Boy and Head Girl, prefects, sports prefects, student voice representative and many more.

    Finally, sports and drama are great at the school. Netball is especially good as the girls’ Year 8 team have recently become the national champions and we also have a connection with the Rugby London Irish. A couple of months ago, drama students staged the show Loserville which was a great success.

    I think that Glenmoor and Winton Academies are great schools and I feel proud to be one of their many students."
    Josie, Year 7
  • "Our schools excel in sport and are in partnership with other schools that are a part of the London Irish Rugby team. We also enter frequent netball, cricket, gymnastics and handball competitions against other schools and are regularly successful. Inter-house competitions occur often throughout the terms. We have the privilege of our own handball Olympian, John Pearce, as part of our P.E Department and many other skilled teachers who aspire to inspire us as students.

    We are constantly in cooperation with younger primary schools in the area to influence the younger generations and encourage them in any way possible. Our best role models are chosen for sport and academic events that take place at primary schools, for instance, many pupils from Year 9 last year were used in a project with Year 4 students from a local primary school which gave them the opportunity to cooperate with older people and experience working with new and different people.

    Our school is outstanding in many prospects and is a brilliant option when it comes to an amazing experience of education."
    Alyssa, Year 9
  • "As soon as I walked through the door of the school as a Year 6 pupil I knew this was the school I wanted to come to. It just felt right."
    Ella, Year 9
  • "The extra-curricular opportunities here are amazing. I love how much sport I can do but how teachers make sure you balance that out with a commitment to your studies."
    Corey, Year 10
  • "This school was my first choice even though it had just had a bad OFSTED report when I started. I knew I would be happy here. Four years later it has transformed in so many ways but I still love it."
    Lewis, Year 10
  • "I have no doubt that I will get the qualifications I need in order to progress to higher education with the teachers here behind me."
    Tilly, Year 11

What the staff say...

  • "I joined Glenmoor and Winton Academies as Head of English in September 2014. I have been very impressed with the dedication and work ethic of the staff in my department and the relentless approach they have to ensure that no child gets left behind.

    As a new middle leader I have been given many opportunities to learn and develop and I was immediately signed onto the NPQML. This has been a fantastic chance to reflect on my own leadership and to share experiences with other middle leaders. It has allowed me to try new ideas and has been a very well supported way to help me lead the department forwards.

    As a United Learning school and a member of the PiXL group I have had excellent networking opportunities which allows for sharing of resources and good practice. Meeting colleagues from different settings across the country has proved invaluable in helping myself and my Teaching and Learning counterpart to develop the English department and move it forwards whilst at the same time being able to develop myself as a leader."

    David Clay
    English Curriculum Team Leader
  • "I am currently one of the longest standing members of staff at the academies. I started working at Winton in 2001 as an NQT PE teacher before the two schools became federated academies. During my time at the school I was supported and promoted through a range of middle leadership roles and being invested in by being put through my NPQML. This has always been something that has been a driving force at Glenmoor and Winton, investing in teachers with passion and desire to develop. I am currently Head of Year 11 across both schools with over 300 students in my Year Group. My most recent progression has been completing my NPQSL which has also led to a secondment onto the Senior Leadership Team.

    There are many reasons I have spent so long at the two academies. The students and staff are amazing and work together with mutual understanding and collaborate in a really positive way. Also the academies really invest in staff who want to progress through their career and are incredibly loyal in recognising good work. I am hugely proud of working at Glenmoor and Winton and would encourage anyone who was interested in working with like-minded staff and students in a two thriving secondary schools."

    Olly Maund
    Head of Year 11 and Associate Assistant Principal
  • "I joined the academies in September 2013 as a trainee maths teacher through the Teach First programme. As a young teacher the schools are a brilliant place to work, with a lot of support and opportunities for development. In my first year I was given opportunities to take on responsibilities and went on United Learning’s Introduction to Leadership training. At the end of the year I was promoted to Head of Year and next year will be studying for an NPQML. If you want to progress in your career these schools are excellent at identifying potential regardless of the number of years you've been in the profession."

    Kinza Mason
    Head of Year 8 and Second Year TeachFirst
  • "From the moment I started teaching at Glenmoor and Winton Academies I have been able to get involved in school life and develop my skills as a teacher. During my time here I have been given the opportunity to support and lead extra-curricular clubs and trips. From expeditions in Swaziland and Morocco, to skiing in Austria and water sports in the South of France. This has provided me with a great way of getting to know our students in a different context and build up those relationships that make classroom management so much more rewarding.

    All staff are encouraged to take creative risks and develop thinking skills in class room this is supported by the sharing of best practice making the academies an evolving, dynamic place to work."

    Helena Chessher
    Art & Photography Teacher
  • "After my two sons were accepted into the school I was fortunate enough to be elected as a Parent Governor. I was then drawn to working here to enhance my knowledge of the education system my boys would be enjoying. I started as an administrative assistant but over the years have been able to undertake many different roles – the school has always ensured that I am able to do things I am interested in. Now I work in public relations and my knowledge and opportunities continue to grow. I greatly enjoy my current role and the opportunities open to me."

    Gill Grange
    Governor and Marketing Officer
  • "I started working here in 2008 as I wanted to help make a difference and support students to achieve their very best. I absolutely love my role as a Teaching Assistant and more recently I have been asked to include the role of Form Tutor to Year 8 boys. It is so rewarding watching the students achieve their goals both academically as well as personally. I would not choose to work anywhere else, as the staff and students here are fantastic, everyone is friendly and approachable and everyone genuinely cares and always goes above and beyond.

    Sarah Masterman
    Teaching Assistant


Core Benefits

  • A contributory pension scheme, relevant to your role (including access to Teacher and Local Government Schemes);
  • Occupational sick pay;
  • Tailored Continuous Professional Development (CPD) through the United Learning Institute.

 Flexible Benefits

  • Childcare vouchers
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Computer (including TV) and mobile phone discounts
  • Dining card
  • Gym membership
  • Health screening
  • Health cashplan
  • Retail savings

Working at Glenmoor and Winton Academies

  • The opportunity to work in Academies that are making rapid progress;
  • The unique opportunity to teach both boys and girls but single sex lessons;
  • The opportunity to be part of the development of post-16 provision due to begin in 2017;
  • Access to high quality in-house CPD as well as the opportunity to work with external providers such as NCSL, PiXL and professional leadership coaches;
  • The chance to work in Academies where teaching and learning is high on the agenda and staff are encouraged to constantly experiment, develop and reflect on their practice;
  • The opportunity to work with dedicated students who have high aspirations;
  • The opportunity to work with friendly, supportive support staff, teachers and leaders.


United Learning

By joining Glenmoor & Winton Academies you will also become part of United Learning - a unique group of independent and state schools working together to bring out the best in everyone. Our vision is to provide excellent education, which prepares young people to progress in learning and to make a success of their lives. United Learning focuses sharply on the evidence of what makes it more likely that young people will progress and succeed, apply that to classroom practice, allowing schools to continue to learn and develop. It is a priority to provide teachers with excellent professional support and development, so that every child receives an excellent experience.

The approach is underpinned by a sense of moral purpose and commitment to doing what is right for children and young people, supporting colleagues to achieve excellence and acting with integrity in all our dealings within and beyond the organisation, in the interests of young people everywhere.

The development programmes offer access to tailor-made training no matter your career stage, alongside unrivalled opportunities for your career development across both the maintained and independent sectors. The Performance and Development Reviews (PDR) encompass personal aspiration, impact on pupil achievement and identification of continuous professional development and training that is right for you and your future. For more information please visit our dedicated careers site.


High Achievement, High Standards

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