Striving for excellence
Great schools are made of great staff – that is why we strive to recognise hard work and celebrate success. At Isaac Newton Academy our aim is to equip every student with the knowledge, learning power and character necessary for success at university and beyond. Staff at the school are dedicated to ensuring that every child, regardless of their background, has access to an outstanding education and real choices in life.
At Isaac Newton Academy we believe that all students have the potential to achieve outstanding educational outcomes. This is reflected in how we teach and communicate with students. INA offers a friendly community where everyone is supported to be the best they can be. As a new and growing school, you will play an integral role in the evolution of INA.
We work hard to recognise hard work. From complimentary tea, coffee, biscuits and fruit in the learning rooms to staff football teams, choirs and exercise classes, INA is more than a school, it is a community. Staff come together for socials each term and every summer there is a staff residential conference.
- We are Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ in all areas
- We are located a 5 minute walk from Seven Kings station (zone 4), which is only 10 minutes from Stratford on TFL rail (soon to be Crossrail)
- Our vision and ethos run through everything we do
- We are part of the Ark Schools Network
- We have an effective and consistently applied Behaviour Policy
- We offer 10 INSET training days plus 3 Independent Learning days each year
- We offer a unique family dining experience for all staff and students (complimentary for staff)
- You will get the chance to progress your career within a growing school
Great schools are made of great staff – that is why we strive to recognise hard work and celebrate success. At Isaac Newton Academy our aim is to equip every student with the knowledge, learning power and character necessary for success at university and beyond. Staff at the school are dedicated to ensuring that every child, regardless of their background, has access to an outstanding education and real choices in life. Our impressive tailored-CPD offer, ensures that you are always provided with great opportunities to learn new skills and progress. This includes weekly off-timetable CPD sessions, twice as many training days as standard, an in-house leadership course for middle and senior leaders, a programme for newly qualified teachers, and the chance to learn from and collaborate with peers and leaders from across the Ark network.
Be part of a network
At Isaac Newton Academy, the expectations are high, but there is a lot of support to help you reach them. There is an open door policy that extends to all staff and students. From weekly line management meetings to ‘hero of the week’ and termly socials to say thank you, Isaac Newton Academy recognises its staff and the hard work everyone puts in to the school.
Joining our school means becoming part of a network of education experts who are all united by the same purpose - a commitment to making a difference where it matters most. You will have the opportunity to come together with your peers locally, nationally and sometimes even internationally, to share resources, learning and good practice. You'll also be supported to focus on what you do best. We are always looking for ways to take away additional pressures, to give you more freedom to concentrate on improving education outcomes for young people. We offer support beyond the classroom; from prioritising strong behaviour management strategies to giving you access to our award-winning data management platform.
Have an impact far beyond your own school
If you want to be part of the effort to advance and improve education, join Ark. From creating and working with new curricula and teaching techniques, to collaborating with other schools and partners to share what works, we’re always aiming for system change. Through Ark Ventures, we incubate, launch and scale initiatives, such as Mathematics Mastery, English Mastery, and Ambition Institute, that address some of the most intractable issues in education and society – in the UK and around the world.