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Community First Academy Trust is officially a great place to work!

14 January 2020 (by admin)

Community First Academy Trust is officially a great place to work according to a recent independent survey of its workforce.

Community First Academy Trust is committed to the professional and personal development of its workforce and is committed to building a motivated, committed and healthy and workforce. 

Following a recent staff survey there is now evidence that Community First Academy Trust is officially a great place to work.

The categories for feedback were my work, my school, trust objectives and purpose, my manager, my colleagues, learning and development, inclusion and fair treatment, pay and reward, leadership, employee engagement and finally taking action. 

The survey highlights the following: 

  • 100% of employees responded to say, their work gives them a sense of personal accomplishment
  • 99% responded to say, that they are interested in their work
  • 98% responded to say, they have a clear understanding of the schools objectives
  • 98% responded to say, they understand how their work contributes to school objectives
  • 98% responded to say, that the CEO gives clarity of trusts vision & ethos

Respondents also responded to say, that when change occurs it is generally for the better and 98% of respondents are proud to be part of the school trust. 

Chief executive, Sue Darbyshire, said: “We’re thrilled at the feedback staff have given us in the latest staff survey results. It’s one of my top priorities to listen to what our staff have to say. The trust's priority is always to work as one team with the aim of providing the best educational services possible to our pupils and the communities we serve. This survey was a great indication of positive staff engagement throughout the organisation. It is clear that staff are particularly happy that their ideas are listened to''. 

The results will now be used to influence internal actions and to further improve staff satisfaction. 

Sixty three per cent of staff participated and completed the engagement survey.

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