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Redborne Upper School

Redborne Upper School

& Community College

Redborne Partnership News

Graduate Tutor VACANCIES 

We are looking for recently qualified graduates, or those who will graduate this year, to take part in our highly successful graduate tutor programme.

Graduates will provide English and Maths tutoring support for one to one and very small groups of disadvantaged students who have fallen behind in their schooling. We offer full training for the role.

This role suits applicants with degrees that have significant elements of either Maths, Science, English or Humanities. However, we consider each application on its own merits. Candidates must be flexible, self-motivated and able to use their own initiative.

If you would like to apply for this role, please see the flyer and application form below.  For more information please contact 

National Centre for excellence in teaching of mathematics (nCETM) 

The NCETM visited Redborne in January 2020 to find out how we are using the NCETM Secondary Mastery Professional Development Materials to support the maths faculty's development.  In order to be truly transformational, professional development must be sustained and embedded over time. This is well understood in the Maths Hubs Programme. Matt Jones, Head of Faculty at Redborne, and a Mastery Specialist for the Enigma Maths Hub, says that after ten years of teaching, progressing through second in faculty to head of faculty, his Mastery Specialist training is the first opportunity he’s really had to think about the maths. To read the full article visit NCETM Redborne Article.

The Connolly Foundation

Keyworker Housing for ECTs (NQTs)

Newly appointed ECTs at Redborne will be eligible for brand new, subsidised, fully-furnished accommodation in Ampthill, sponsored by the Connolly Foundation. The accommodation will comprise of 2 bedroom apartments with shared facilities. Further details will be available following your successful appointment to the post of ECT at Redborne Upper School. For more information, please contact Vicki Walsh at

Grants for teachers ‘learning on the job’

The Connolly Foundation offer grants for teachers ‘learning on the job’ - for more information, please click here. Anyone who is interested, should contact Vicki Walsh at


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MK45 2NU

01525 404462