The Heath Family Trust

Supply Service for Teachers and Support Staff

Welcome to the Heath Family Trust Supply Service page where you can find all the information you may need to know about our trust bank.

Heath Family Trust now operates a staff bank model so that we can directly engage with supply teachers and support staff that wish to work at our academies. This service is in partnership with The Supply Register.

If you would like to join the Heath Family Trust Bank Staff team with The Supply Register, you can enjoy the following benefits:

  • Visibility of all day-to-day, short-term, long-term and permanent roles across Heath Family Trust
  • Weekly Pay
  • Optional contribution into The People’s Pension Scheme (PAE)
  • 24-hour self-booking portal
  • Online app to accept/reject bookings, view Pay Slips and work history
  • The opportunity to gain further experience/work across a wide variety of schools
  • A supportive and dedicated partnership team on-hand every day
  • A suite of 22 fully funded, nationally recognised, distance learning courses and accredited level two qualifications available with The Supply Register.

Hopefully, this page will provide you with all you need to know about working via the bank, but if not feel free to contact a member of our friendly team – we’re always happy to help!

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Welcome

As a natural progression of our track record as a National Support School and National Teaching School, we made the considered decision to set up The Heath Family (NW) with the intent of raising standards of achievement and attainment for more students by developing, nurturing and supporting both primary and secondary academies.

The Heath Family (NW) has a wealth of experience to benefit schools in their quest for excellence. Our partnership is a local strategy designed to increase choice and diversity in education encompassing innovative approaches to curriculum, teaching, learning, leadership and management.

About​ The Heath Family Trust

The Heath Family is centred on raising standards of achievement and aspirations for all students to the highest standard by developing and nurturing both primary and secondary academies.

We will be part of a local strategy to increase choice and diversity in education encompassing innovative approaches to curriculum, teaching and learning, leadership and management.

We will place an emphasis on talent management, developing leaders and enhanced professional development for all staff. We will extend our impact in terms of raising standards of education for more young people and help break the cycle of underachievement and low aspirations which is a feature of significant parts of the Merseyside and Cheshire area.

Our values

  • We recognise that everyone is of equal worth and has a valuable contribution to make
  • We work collaboratively, sharing good ideas and best practice.
  • We are concerned at all times for our own health and safety and that of others.
  • We seek ways always to remain positive, enthusiastic and optimistic about our work and to promote all that we do well within our local community.
  • We recognise staff and students as individual learners whom we shall support to develop high levels of skill and understanding and to keep abreast of leading-edge practice.
  • We consider the welfare of students to be paramount.

Our Aims

Students will:

  • Achieve high expectations
  • Understand and celebrate the diversity of their community.
  • Develop resilience and a love of learning.
  • Take an important role in being a positive impact on their community.
  • feel safe and secure

Our Staff will:

  • Dedicate themselves to achieving the best outcomes for all students.
  • Have a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities and be accountable for their impact.
  • Develop their skills and knowledge in pursuit of the highest standards.
  • Work together to develop outstanding practice.
  • Be committed to lifelong learning.
  • Deploy their resources to secure the best value and high outcomes for students.
  • Adopt robust ways of tracking the progress of students.
  • Be committed to achieving sustainable improvement.
  • Set high expectations for learning and expect all students to achieve challenging targets.
  • Be committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all students.

Job Opportunities

Academy Locations

Preferred Supplier List

Where our staff bank is unable to meet all of our cover requirements, we work with a preferred supplier list (PSL) of agencies to meet our day-to-day, short and long term cover needs.

If you are seeking a supply role and would like to consider the opportunities at the Heath Family Trust, you should either contact our Trust Supply Service Team on 0151 314 0960 or heathfamily@supplyregister.uk, click Join Our Bank at the top of this page to begin the registration process or contact any of the PSL agencies below:-

The Heath Family Trust regularly reviews the PSL Framework.

For agencies interested in working with the Trust as a preferred supplier, please visit here and register to access documentation once published.

Continuing Professional Development

The Heath Family Trust (NW) prides itself on being able to deliver a high-quality learning experience to all our supply talent bank members across a wide range of subjects.

We are partnered with The Supply Register to extend the learning opportunities available to candidates registered with The Supply Register and employees of our schools.

With a suite of 21 fully funded, nationally recognised, distance learning courses and accredited level 2 qualifications to choose from, you can enhance your skillset and further your professional development and career.

Looking for a course, you will find all of them here!

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Attracting top education talent with a new, nationally-aligned recruitment approach.

Over three years our partnership with the L.E.A.D. Academy Trust has led to a successful turnaround of their supply of candidates for casual staff roles.
 
If you’re a school, academy or MAT you can read more on this via our case study- just contact us for a copy.