Information

Ark John Keats Academy is currently closed and our pupils are learning at home.

For Home Learning resources please click below: 

- Primary - https://arkjohnkeats.org/primary/primary-home-learning

- Secondary - https://arkjohnkeats.org/secondary/secondary-home-learning

         - Recommended reading for Easter - https://arkjohnkeats.org/reading-list

- Sixth Form - https://arkjohnkeats.org/sixth-form/y12-home-learning

For Safeguarding support for pupils and parents click here.

For further information and School letters please click here

 For all general enquiries please email info@arkjohnkeatsacademy.org or call 0208 4433113

Updated: 31st March 2020 09.00am

Current vacancies at Ark John Keats

We are looking to recruit excellent staff to join our expanding team and be part of the exciting next phase of our development. Recruitment for our final roles for next year is going ahead, though with the whole process conducted online, rather than face-to-face. Interviews and the selection process will take place over Skype/Microsoft Teams until further notice. Any queries, please contact recruitment@arkjohnkeatsacademy.org

Job Name

Closing Date

Key Stage 2 Specialist Teacher and Subject Leader27th Apr, 8:00 am
Mathematics Teacher27th Apr, 8:00 am
Deputy Head of History20th Apr, 8:00 am
Site Assistant ( Part Time )20th Apr, 8:00 am
Art Teacher20th Apr, 8:00 am
English Teacher13th Apr, 8:00 am

Future Vacancies – submit a speculative CV here

As a growing school, we are always looking for exceptional people to join our team. If you are interested in working with us but there is not a current vacancy that suits your skills, experiences and interests, please submit your CV and contact details along with a short outline of the sorts of roles you are interested in to recruitment@arkjohnkeatsacademy.org for consideration. Please note, we will keep your CV on file for up to 12 months unless you ask us to remove it.

Our belief at John Keats Academy is that every pupil has the capacity to be a knowledgeable, literate, articulate, confident and compassionate individual. Keats once wrote we should ‘let the mind be a thoroughfare for all thoughts’.

Our vision is that all children at the academy will develop into young adults who are happy and successful both as individuals and as citizens of our local and wider communities.