Current Vacancies



We currently do not have any Teaching vacancies.



We are currently looking to appoint to our support roles within the Academy as a result of expansion and growth.


● Admin Grade 4 SPC 15-18 FTE salary £16772 to £17891, actual salary £14282 to £15235 p/a

● 37 hours per week Term Time plus 5 training days.

It is essential that the candidate has experience of working with children aged 11-16 and has good behaviour management techniques. You should also have a strong character, persistence, plenty of enthusiasm and the desire to help make a difference.
The post holder will need to be flexible and adaptable and be prepared to offer more than support in the classroom and deliver responsibilities as the needs of the Aspire Academy evolve, commensurate to their role and job description.

Good reading, writing and numeracy skills are essential.

For an informal chat please contact Mr Chris Mulqueen, Principal on 01482 318789.

TA Level 2 Job Description Aspire 2017

How to apply for support vacancies:

Applications can only be accepted via a completed application form. Please be aware that although Sentamu Academy and Aspire Academy are part of the same multi-academy trust (SALT), they are separate schools and roles advertised here are for positions at Aspire Academy only.

Applications can be obtained from the Human Resources Department at Archbishop Sentamu Academy on 01482 781912, email: or download an application form from the link below:

Aspire Application Form Admin Support sept15

Please note CVs can not be accepted without an application form.


Aspire Academy are currently advertising for a Parent Governor, for further details please see attachments below:

Parent Governor Letter Oct 2016

Self Nomination Form for the Election of Parent Governors

Parent Governor Information Sheet

The Local Governing Committee have agreed to adopt the following objectives for the academic year 2016/2017:

  • Establish what the governance structure of the academy is and make arrangements for a meeting with the chair of the governing body and as many governors as possible;
  • Provide documented evidence of the work of governors and their priorities, including any written scheme of delegation for an academy in a multi-academy trust;
  • Work effectively with leaders to communicate the vision, ethos and strategic direction of the academy and develop a culture of ambition;
  • Provide a balance of challenge and support to leaders, understanding the strengths and areas needing improvement at the academy;
  • Understand the effectiveness of the actions leaders take to secure and sustain improvements to teaching, learning and assessment and how to effectively hold them to account for this;
  • Monitor the quality of continuing professional development for teachers at the start and middle of their careers and later, including to develop leadership capacity and how leaders and governors use performance management to promote effective practice across the academy.

Other roles:

  • We are looking for businesses, community groups and individuals to offer work placements, community work opportunities and experiences for our students. If you think you can help or are interested in supporting us in any area please get in touch.

The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts are subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure the cost of which will be met by the Academy. ASPIRE Academy are an equal opportunities employer.

ASPIRE is a new Alternative Provision Academy. We opened our doors to students in September 2014 and are based in a new purpose built site in East Hull with the aim of becoming the largest AP Academy in the UK.

Students who struggle academically, with attendance, with behavioural or emotional issues do so for any number of reasons and contributing factors. However, we believe that they still have much to offer their local, national and global communities and that they have the right to a high quality education, irrespective of their individual needs, vulnerabilities or barriers to learning.

With greater flexibility with the curriculum and opportunities for engagement ASPIRE can take large numbers of vulnerable and challenging students, whilst providing high quality education, life skills, opportunities to develop resilience in preparation for positive post-16 outcomes.

We offer a broad and balanced curriculum where students study National Curriculum subjects at Key Stage 3 and a range of GCSEs and Vocational qualifications at Key Stage 4. Through modified learning approaches, intense learning packages and with excellent facilities, we aim to bring students’ learning back on track and accelerate progress.