Committed to exceptional standards of teaching.

The ideal place to start and develop a teaching career, Northamptonshire is passionate about improving educational performance and providing the necessary support and professional development opportunities to nurture and grow talent.

Our goal is to be among the best and highest performing Local Authorities in the country by 2020. We will do this by strengthening links with business locally, implementing a challenge and intervention strategy and recruiting and developing exceptional teachers and leaders.

The county already has an outstanding track record in delivering major transformational projects including a University Technical College (UTC) at Silverstone Circuit, specialising in high performance engineering.

Committed to safeguarding

Northamptonshire is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the county’s children and young people. We expect all candidates to share this commitment.

A strong school network.

A range of high quality Continuous Professional Development (CPD) opportunities are available in Northamptonshire including qualifications, online learning and open programme training courses. Topics are as broad as Leadership and Management, Safeguarding and Child Protection, Educational Psychology, Targeted Mental Health Service, Finance, IT and more. In addition, the school network in Northamptonshire is incredibly strong for more informal placements and school to school skill sharing.

A self-improving school system.

This group of Northamptonshire Teaching Schools works together to provide high quality training and development for school staff countywide. Click here for details: http://www.tsp.education

Who are we recruiting?

Our Teacher Recruitment website explains all you need to know about life as a new or experienced teacher, leader or member of support staff in Northamptonshire schools. You can also search and apply for current vacancies here.

Continual Professional Development

National Professional Qualifications Programmes:

CPD programmes for teaching, learning and leadership 2018/19

Women in Leadership Coaching Pledge

We are working to recruit 200 additional coaches to join the Women in Leadership Coaching Pledge in our region to help make a difference and become part of a growing movement to put women in key leadership roles through coaching. To find out more and register to become a coach, click here.

FREE training is being offered as part of the pledge to registered coaches in the NWLSC region and will be held:

To book your place visit the Brooke Weston website.

Qualified teachers' pay scales

Your salary as a qualified teacher depends on where you work and your place on the teacher pay scale. Find out what you could, or should, be earning in the 2018-19 school year.

Click here to find out more

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