Working within the Ribblesdale Federation of Schools
The Ribblesdale Federation is a family of three schools committed to excellent educational provision. At each of our schools our aim is to provide an exciting, challenging and high-quality education within a safe, caring learning environment. Our staff are committed to developing and supporting children to become confident, happy, resilient learners.
Our federation community has a strong ethos and shared vision, based on the mission statement ‘Do everything in love’ (1 Corinthians 16:14), all of which lay the foundations for excellence in teaching and learning. Our federation values of love, kindness, friendship and respect are modelled by all who work and learn with us.
Our three schools are all small, rural primaries ardently committed to serving their local communities. We believe in being the change we want to see in our communities and wider world.
We employ passionate and highly skilled professionals who work collectively to provide an exciting, challenging and inspiring education within a kind, safe and nurturing learning environment. All our staff undergo a rigorous safeguarding recruitment process and are expected to uphold their responsibilities in keeping children safe.
If you are interested in volunteering at one of our schools or being added to our supply list, please complete the relevant application form.
Class Teacher (Supply)
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We are committed to the principle of equality in employment. Our aim is to ensure equality of opportunity for all existing and prospective employees.
To download our Equal Opportunities form click here.
Living and Teaching in North Yorkshire
For more information about living and teaching in North Yorkshire please visit www.inspireleadteach.co.uk
North Yorkshire Job Search
You can use the North Yorkshire County Council Job Search to find out more about employment opportunities in Schools. Please visit http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/article/23269/Jobs-and-careers