Work for us
Shireland Technology Primary – an innovative and inspiring place to work.
We are a values-led, passionate team who believe in outstanding outcomes for all learners.
We have high expectations of our pupils and staff and are constantly striving to raise the bar. We are looking for staff who believe in developing the best learning experiences, the best curriculum, the best teaching and the best outcomes for children.
We aren’t recruiting for any positions at the moment. Please check back again soon for any updates.
Please watch the videos below for more information about working at our school.
We expect all staff to inspire pupils, whilst providing them with the skills needed to be successful in an ever-changing world. They will motivate children to achieve beyond their expectations and engage them in high-quality educational opportunities.
We invest in people and want our staff to work well as a team, striving to achieve our purpose and enable them to become exceptional providers of the best technology-enabled education.
Everyone who works for us will be part of a shared vision; it is the collaborative effort of our school community that will achieve exceptional opportunities for everyone that walks through our doors.
Find out more about working in our school in our applicant brochure or watch the video of our team below!
All our Trust vacancies are advertised through the Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust careers page.
Philip McCahill, Year 3 Teacher:
“It’s exciting to come to work at Shireland Tech, where the children and staff are exploring new learning opportunities every day. We work collaboratively as a team and it’s wonderful to work with such a passionate and talented group of teachers and support staff. At STP, there’s a real sense that you are part of something very special, with everyone pulling together to provide the very best opportunities for our pupils. We are encouraged to reach our full potential: we have room to innovate, to try new ideas and we’re supported with the trust and great resources to make them happen.”