Montsaye Community Learning Partnership is committed to supporting and developing its teaching, classroom support specialists, administrative and technical staff to become top class professionals.

We wish to attract people to work in our academies who are passionate about making a difference for young people whether as a school leader, a teacher, a receptionist, a classroom assistant or a business manager.

Please note we can only accept application forms downloaded from our vacancies sections and will not accept CVs.  Each school within MCLP advertises vacancies at their particular establishments so please visit school websites for further opportunities.

MCLP are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Safer recruitment training is undertaken by key professionals and the required practices are followed in all establishments. Successful applicants will be required to undertake an enhanced disclosure and two referees will be requested for shortlisted candidates prior to interview.

Why work for us?

Freedom and support!

One of the founding principles of the Montsaye Community Learning Partnership was that whilst the member schools would work together to support each other to excellence they would retain the freedom to create their own unique flavour within the MCLP vision and values.

This is why we focus on recruiting colleagues with the right attitude and experience and then give them the freedom to be themselves, to think independently, to innovate with the support to succeed. In the end, we recognise that great teaching is what gives children the best start in life but great teaching comes in many guises.

Individuality and diversity are core values of the trust. As you would expect therefore we do not have rigid pathways for staff to follow, rather we hope to create supportive teams, environments and schools where all colleagues can share their expertise, voice their opinions, and fulfil their teaching and leadership potential in the pursuit of excellence.

In this context – a trust that appreciates the talents and abilities of its staff – it is no surprise that CPD lies very much at the heart of everything we do. There are opportunities both within schools, between school and across the trust for all staff to share their expertise with each other and to work together to innovate. The trust arrangement also brings additional opportunities for leadership and career progression.

Many trusts talk about the opportunities for collaboration. The MCLP is a unique opportunity for this to be brought to life in a dynamic and exciting way: our schools are located within a clearly defined geographical area that allows both staff and children to move easily between sites. The close relationship between the schools across the full age range from EYFS to KS5 has allowed us to be very ambitious for the children we serve: it is our intention that we create amazing adults who will in their turn serve the community in which we are situated.

By working together we have established a culture in which staff have the freedom and support to inspire children to fulfil their potential. The trust goes from strength to strength, and in the years ahead we look forward to seeing the hard work of leaders, teachers and other staff coming to fruition in the best possible outcomes for the children in our care.


Vacancies for teaching and support staff for schools within the Trust are posted in the NCC TeachNorthants website as well as the recruiting school website.

Current Recruitment

Any recruitment opportunities are advertisedin the national education press (TES Jobs or simliar). Any positions available will be shown as downloadable ZIP or PDF files below.


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