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Becoming a teacher


Have you ever considered a career in teaching? Peafield Lane, along with our partners at Flying High Trust and Inspiring Leaders are now training our own, most promising, graduates and setting them up with roles within our schools.


Let’s be straight – this is a tough job and certainly not 9:00-3:30 with 13 weeks a year sitting with your feet up. Being a parent is hard enough, especially if there are 3 or even 4 children in the household. Multiply that number to 30 and be told, your job is to not only keep them safe but to ensure each and every one of them listens and learns and cares and grows.


Are you the kind of person who can, for example,  recognise the difference between squabbling and bullying, or between a child who is mucky because she’s often playing outside in the woods and one who is dirty because he’s being neglected – and are you OK being held to account by law on your ability to recognise and act on those differences? To take responsibility for a group of 30 individuals and play such an important role in improving their future lives, whilst hard, can also be one of the most rewarding professions there is – one where, when you retire, you can say, “I’ve made a difference.”


Have a think, there is no age limit to being a great teacher. If it is something you might be interested in then come and talk or visit the Inspiring Leaders website where our partners work with us to train the very best teachers.




Inspiring leaders Initial teacher Training



Midday Supervisor Vacancy


We are seeking to appoint a Midday Supervisor to join our lunchtime staff. Hours are 6.25 per week, Monday to Friday (1.25 hours per day). If you would like the opportunity to work in a successful and happy school within a supportive, well organised and friendly team, and are committed to providing the highest quality of care for our children, then we would like to meet you. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and all staff and volunteers are expected to share that commitment. You will undergo enhanced DBS verification and employment checks.


Please find an application form , job specification and welcome letter at the bottom of this page or contact the school office for a paper version.




Relief Midday Supervisor Post


Our lunchtime staff are a very well-organised, friendly team!  We are seeking someone who is able to cover up to 5 days per week, when required.  This is a relief post initially and there may also be the opportunity of a permanent post at a later date.


The hours are from 12.00 until 1.15 p.m. each day and occasionally from 11.30 am until 12.45 pm.


If you are interested (or know anyone who might be), please complete the application form below and bring it into the school office or e-mail it to office@peafieldlane.notts.sch.uk 


Peafield Lane Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and all staff and volunteers are expected to share in that commitment.  You will undergo enhanced DBS verification.


Look back with pride and forward with confidence