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Other Vacancies

See our current vacancies below.

School Chef

- Fox Primary School

Job start date:
April/May 2023

Closing date:
21st April 2023

Interview date:
Week commencing 24th April 2023

Date listed:
16 March 2023

We are currently looking for a dedicated, experienced and proactive chef to join our wonderful in house school catering team. We are looking for someone to take the lead in the preparation and cooking of school meals for all our pupils and staff. If you are ambitious and determined to make a difference, we would like to meet you.

Hours and Service terms: 32 hours per week depending on candidate during school term time only
Salary Scale: Spine point 23 to 29 depending on experience £35,223.00-£38,934.00
(32 hours Pro Rata starting £27,937.56 with annual increments up to £30,880.98)
Closing Date: Friday 21st April 2023
Interview Date: Week commencing 24th April 2023

To work as part of the catering team to deliver effective and efficient operation of all activities within the kitchen, including the planning, preparation and cooking of meals within a school.


  • An experienced catering team with a shared vision working in partnership across the federation.
  • Hard-working Senior Leaders who strive to ensure that both pupils and staff enjoy coming to school.
  • We are passionate about supporting our staff in their career development and success through care and guidance.
  • A working environment that values wellbeing and supports work-life balance.
  • Vibrant, multicultural and inclusive city schools that have positive, diverse communities and a determination that all children will succeed.
  • A comprehensive range of training for all our staff through the partnership including in-school training and external specialist training.
  • Performance management and coaching to support career progression.
  • Exceptionally well-behaved children who love to learn.
  • An environment where all adults are equally valued and supported.
  • Term time only working, school holidays and bank holidays off

Visits are warmly encouraged and looking at our website is highly recommended to get a feel for our schools.

The schools and their local authorities are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect you to share this commitment. An enhanced Disclosure Barring Service Check Certificate is required for this post prior to commencement. The schools will apply for a check on your behalf if you do not have one in place.

To make an application or further information, please contact Jin Alexander by emailing jin.alexander @

Primary English Subject Content Creator

- Oak / Fox Primary School

Job start date:
April/May 2023

Closing date:
18th April 2023

Interview date:
Week commencing 24th April 2023

Post: Primary English Subject Content Creator
Salary: M3-M6 based on experience
Commitment: A minimum of 4 days per week. The position will run from September 2023 to August 2024
Responsible to: Fox Curriculum Lead

Fox Federation is a passionate community of three schools working collaboratively to ensure equal access
to consistent, excellent education for all pupils. Our schools are nurturing places to work, committed to
innovation and have high academic standards. Fox School recently won the tender to produce the full
Primary English content for Oak National Academy.
We’re looking for inspirational Primary teachers with English expertise to help us create English content
for one year, during our curriculum partnership with the Oak National Academy. This will involve creating
high-quality English lesson slides, quizzes and resources, and accompanying videos for Key Stage 1 and/ or
Key Stage 2. Successful candidates will have the option to work flexibly or a school base in central London.

Main Responsibilities:
● Design and creation of lesson resources, comprising slide decks, worksheets, quizzes and associated
lesson information, which meet Oak’s quality guidance requirements and showcase best practice in
subject and pedagogical expertise across PrimaryEnglish lessons as allocated by Oak;
● Produce video recordings delivering the lesson to provide a model for teachers and to support
remote learning as part of an asynchronous lesson, which meet Oak’s quality guidance
requirements and showcase best practice in subject and pedagogical expertise;
● Peer review lessons created by fellow teachers;
● Provide feedback on production processes, identifying opportunities for improvement;
● Maintain communication through Slack and Email with line managers both in Fox and Oak National
Essential knowledge, experience and skills
● 3+ years direct experience of teaching in a school/schools following the English National Curriculum
for English in Key Stage 1 and 2;
● An excellent practitioner with experience of creating and delivering lesson content that
demonstrates pedagogical best practice and excellent subject knowledge;
● Have a high standard of English, including punctuation and grammar, in written and verbal
● Competent working with and adapting to a variety of technologies.
Other Information
● Successful candidates will commit to approximatetley 20 days training throughout September. This
may include a three day residential;
● All successful candidates will be required to have reliable internet speed and connection with
minimum download rate of 20 Mbps and minimum upload rate of 5 Mbps;
● All relevant IT equipment will be provided for the duration of the project.
Successful candidates will have a desire to contribute in all areas to ensure Oak is successful. You will be
comfortable working at pace and you will continuously look at ways that the team can work more smartly.
You will be excellent at working as part of a remote team, building relationships and managing your time

  • ● Experience - A minimum of three years teaching experience.
    ● Qualifications - Qualified Teacher Status. Significant experience and extensive knowledge of the
    English Primary Curriculum
    ● Commitment - To excellence and proven track record of successfully completing projects
    ● Communication- The proven ability to communicate clearly both orally and in writing with pupils
    and colleagues.
    ● Collaboration- The ability to be an active team-member, maintain good relations with colleagues
    and get the best out of others.
    ● Deadlines - The ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.

To apply, complete an application form, submit a CV with a one page summary of your teaching experience
and how you meet the personal specification.

For an application form contact Michelle Foster:
Michelle.Foster @

For more information about the position please contact: Emma Madden: Project Lead
emma.madden @