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New Schools Network (NSN) is a dynamic, growing charity that aims to improve the quality of education – particularly for the most deprived – by increasing the number of good free schools within the state sector. By offering advice, guidance and support, the charity has been instrumental in helping hundreds of groups of parents, teachers, charities, schools and academy trusts to establish new schools. Over the last two years, NSN has expanded its activities to supporting the 800 or so free schools that are open or have been approved to open. This is an exciting opportunity to improve the quality of education in England by joining our advisory team.

Full time

New Schools Network (NSN) is a charity that is passionate about improving the quality of education in England. With a focus on primary, secondary and education for 16 to 19 year olds. NSN was established in 2009 with the aim of improving the quality of education, by increasing the number of good school places available within the state sector and by supporting free schools and educational academy trusts. The charity has been instrumental in helping hundreds of groups of parents, teachers, charities and schools to establish new schools.

Six months full-time contract with a potential extension to a permanent contract.

Are you keen to join a charity that will provide you with unparalleled opportunities to influence the future direction of education in England? Do you aspire to work for a dynamic, growing organisation where you can shape and implement its fundraising strategy?

Full time, part-time

New Schools Network (NSN) is looking for a specialist education consultant who has significant experience of special education. NSN is a dynamic, growing charity that aims to improve the quality of education particularly for the most deprived by increasing the number of good free schools within the state sector. By offering advice, guidance and support, the charity has been instrumental in helping hundreds of groups of parents, teachers, charities and schools to establish new schools.