Working at GLF Schools
GLF Schools comprises 42 schools across the South East of England, educating 17,000 young people and employing 2,500 members of staff. Our schools are always encouraged to be creative and innovative, to try new things and to do what is best for the education of the children and students we serve. We have a culture of sharing best practice and finding ways to implement ideas that work best for you in your school, department, function, or classroom.
Through the GLF Teaching School Hub we offer bespoke learning and development programmes, courses and qualifications to teachers and associate staff at every stage of their career, helping them to grow, learn and flourish. Working with other education training providers, schools, teachers and stakeholders, we strive to recruit, grow, develop and retain the very best teachers, associate staff and leaders.
Jon Chaloner, Chief Executive of GLF Schools, said “We’re delighted to have been awarded Teaching School Hub status by the DfE and we look forward to collaborating and working alongside our colleagues in the West Sussex schools, the West Sussex local authority and our 41 schools to help build long and rewarding careers for all.”
No matter what stage you are in your career, or what job you do, we will support and develop your skills. We have a highly experienced team of leaders, mentors, subject specialists, and function leads all committed to supporting your career and developing your skills.
‘’GLF Schools has a strong educational vision and a curriculum delivery based on delivering high standards of progress and attainment for each key stage. This is based on our ‘Three Pillars of Education’, which clearly set out our shared and overarching principles for curriculum design and delivery, as well as our ambition for all of our children.
The three pillars are: ‘Ambition and excellence, Relationships and belonging, and Collaboration’. We recognise that each of our schools needs a curriculum to match context. We work in a bespoke way with our schools to ensure that a genuinely personalised curriculum matches the educational needs of children’’.
Russell Bennett, Education Director