DNEAT

Welcome

We are a successful, collaborative and enterprising trust with a proven track record of enabling schools to thrive.

DNEAT provides a safe haven for schools that want to preserve their Christian heritage, ethos and values and maintain their distinctive character.

Our academies are large and small, rural and urban, and join us at different stages of their journey. We support them all.

We have developed support services that really work so our academies can focus on providing learning environments where all children and young people can flourish and succeed, whatever their background or beliefs.

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Our Values & Aims

We are collectively working to provide the best we can for the children, young people and communities we serve. We make no apologies for having high ambition for all, and we truly value the wider educational experience.

We walk and talk our Christian values. That means we put people at the centre of the organisation and want to see them flourish and grow. Our schools are inclusive, welcoming those of all faiths and none.

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Our Values & Aims

"Your staff, leaders, governors and the Trust work effectively as a team, supporting each other well." Ofsted


“The Trust has ensured that it has utilised central staff to provide support to improve leaders’ skills and develop the quality of teaching, learning and assessment. Support from the MAT has been pivotal in the school’s improvement.”

Ofsted, Church of England Primary Academy

“High quality training and the sharing of good practice, often from DNEAT, has enhanced leaders and teachers’ knowledge. This is improving the quality of teaching, learning and assessment and the progress pupils make across the curriculum.”

Ofsted, Weasenham Church of England Primary Academy


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School Secretary – Gooderstone Church Of England Academy

Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust

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Gooderstone Primary Academy - The Street, Gooderstone, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, PE33 9BP

Pay Scale C 35 hours per week; 39 weeks a year (Would consider part time or job share)Salary: £19,122 (pro rata)Start Date: September 2022Situated in the beautiful rural village of Gooderstone is Gooderstone Church of England Primary Academy.

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Early Careers Teacher – Diss Academy Partnership

St Benet’s Multi Academy Trust

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Diss CofE Primary Academy, The Entry, Diss, IP22 4NT

Salary: ECT / Main Pay ScaleFull timeContract Type: Fixed 1 yearStart Date: 1st September 2022The Diss Primary Academy Partnership (Diss Infant Academy and Nursery and Diss Church of England Junior Academy - part of the Diocese of Norwich St Benet’s Multi Academy Trust) is seeking to employ a Key Stage 2 teacher who will work as part of our successful school team.

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KS2 Classroom Teacher – Flitcham Primary Academy

Diocese Of Norwich Education and Academies Trust.

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Church Road Flitcham Norfolk PE31 6BU

We are seeking to appoint an energetic, enthusiastic and committed classroom teacher to take this new exciting position.

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