Clerk to the Governors
£17,238 per annum, pro rata
We are looking to appoint an organised, flexible and reliable Clerk to the Governing Body to provide high quality administrative support. You would be required to attend twelve evening meetings a year, the post involving approximately 150 hours to include all administration, advice on matters of procedure and maintenance of records.
For an application pack, please contact the school on 01229 824210 or via email@example.com. Completed applications should be addressed to Mrs Karen Couling, Head of School’s PA
Chetwynde School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
The successful applicant will be required to undertake a criminal record check via the Disclosure & Barring Service at the enhanced level.
Volunteers required to support pupils with additional needs during exams
Chetwynde has a number of pupils who are entitled to access readers, scribes, breaks and a combination of all of the above when they are sitting both internal and external exams.
We are in need of volunteers prepared to give up their time to support these students over exam periods (three times a year). We would be grateful for anyone prepared to volunteer for a minimum of one day up to a maximum of five consecutive days at a time.
This role would require you to have a clean DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) check, organised and paid for by Chetwynde. No previous experience is required as a one hour training session will be organised for all volunteers before taking part.
The next dates we are looking at will be Key Assessment 3 week (23rd – 27th May) and throughout the period of the external GCSE examinations which take place in May and June and dates would be notified to interested persons as soon as the exam dates are released.
If you are interested, please contact Mrs Louise Hinton via the school office or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org marking the email for the attention of Mrs Louise Hinton.