Job Vacancies at Newton Poppleford
We are looking for:
• A willingness and enthusiasm to engage in ongoing collaborative professional development.
• An excellent team player with energy, ideas and high levels of motivation.
• A consistent and competent practitioner who sets high standards to inspire and motivate and will go the extra mile for pupils and colleagues.
• An awareness and appreciation of current educational thinking and research-based approaches.
We can offer:
• A supportive and empowering approach and ethos.
• A friendly, welcoming staff team
• A positive learning culture with training and development opportunities.
• A vibrant and enjoyable curriculum offering.
• Happy, motivated and well-behaved children
The position will be permanent and full time.
Visits to the school are encouraged. Interested candidates are invited to make an appointment to visit the school with Mr Ant Pope, Headteacher, on 01395 568300.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This role requires a DBS disclosure. This role requires the ability to fulfil all spoken aspects of the role with confidence and fluency in English.
This post is being advertised at MPS1-MPS4.
Deadline for applications: Mid-day on 21/06/2023.
- Offline Application Form (APP1) for schools Non Teaching (2).docx
- Offline Application Form (APP1) for schools Non Teaching (2).pdf
This is a fantastic role for those who are looking for flexibility in their working hours and the ability to manage their own time. This role also allows you to work predominantly from home (there is a requirement to attend half termly governing body meetings and occasional ad hoc committee meetings) and you will be provided with equipment to enable you to do so.
Newton Poppleford Primary School has a strong ethos of collaboration and support and is looking for someone who will fit into our dedicated team . We are seeking an organised and competent individual to provide administrative support and advice to our Governing Board and Chair of Governors. We are a thriving, one-form entry, maintained school and pre-school located 20 minutes from Exeter and just outside Sidmouth. Your role will be crucial to help the Governors carry out their responsibilities and to play their part in supporting the Headteacher and Senior Leadership Team. You will need to be an excellent communicator and knowledgeable individual.
The main responsibilities of the role include providing advice, support and guidance to the Governing Board and effective organisation and administration of Board and Committee meetings. This work is vital in supporting the wider school and requires outstanding organisational skills and effective minuting.
Visits to the school are encouraged; to arrange this and discuss the opportunity with Ant Pope, Headteacher, please contact the school office.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
This role requires a DBS disclosure. You can find a link to our child protection policy here: https://www.newton-poppleford.devon.sch.uk/website/school_policies/90677
This role requires the ability to fulfil all spoken aspects of the role with confidence and fluency in English.
This role is at Grade D with an hourly rate between £11.59 - £12.70 per hour (upper levels negotiable at interview.)
Please apply by midnight on 2nd June 2023 by emailing the application form to the school office: email@example.com.
Interview Dates will be in the Week Beginning: 5th June and held between 4pm and 6pm.
We are looking for one local authority governor to join our governing board and would love to attract an individual who has the skills and experience to contribute to the success of our school. We currently have enough parent governors, but grandparents and other community members would be welcome to get in touch, please spread the word!
Being a school governor is a challenging but hugely rewarding role where you can make a real difference to young people, give something back to your local community and use and develop your skills in a board level environment.
We would especially like to hear from you if you have:
- Experience of school governance
- Experience working in education
- Knowledge and understanding of SEND
- The ability to look at issues objectively
- The confidence to ask questions and join in debates
- A willingness to listen and make informed judgements
- The ability to work well with others
- Willingness to dedicate your time and undertake training.