LDBE Staff Vacancy

LDBE Staff Vacancy

Deputy Director of Education

We have a very exciting opportunity to join our forward-looking team in a senior role as we seek to support schools, academies, and the church, to enable the delivery of distinctive and excellent church schools in the context of the developing educational landscape and the diocesan mission to young people.  Leicester’s Diocesan Board of Education is committed to delivering excellence and we recognise that for those on the front-line in schools this can be exceptionally challenging. We are looking for a Deputy Director who can support our school leaders, governors and staff to have the courage and tenacity to meet these challenges with confidence. We are looking too for a Deputy Director who understands how to hold fast to the principle of Christian distinctiveness as a driver for excellence and who can inspire others to do the same. 

Applications should be made using the DBE Application Form which is available electronically from Rebecca Gooding Rebecca.Gooding@LeicesterDBE.org

Please email your completed application to Rebecca.Gooding@LeicesterDBE.org no later than 12 noon on 7th October 2021



Leavers Collective Worship, 21st June

We will be hosting a virtual Leavers Collective Worship joined by Bishop Martyn and Dean David on Monday 21st June at 10:30am. 

It will also be suitable for any Y2 leavers to join in from our infant schools. 

It will be on Zoom and will not be recorded.  Schools will be sent some resources in advance to use during the service and afterwards.

Webinar – What is a Church school?

This webinar is available free of charge to schools which subscribe to the Partnership Agreement.

Please email yolanda.morley-mckay@leicesterdbe.org for the password to access.

A fee of £20 is chargeable for schools who do not subscribe to the Partnership Agreement.


Easter Video from HTL

 Thanks for Alex Scott and others creative people at Holy Trinity for sharing the video and resources with us. 

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