Governor Vacancies

Parent Governor Vacancy

Are you interested in the success of our school?

Are you interested in how our school is led to ensure our children have the highest standard of teaching and learning?

If so, then joining Moorpark Junior Governing Body maybe the perfect opportunity for you.

 

The role of parent governor is one of our most important positions on the governing body given that the school is yours, for your children and we need to get it right with your point of view. 

A school governor commits to a number of meetings each term:

* One full governing body meeting (approximately one hour).

* One half day for school development and review.

* At least one session to meet with a link teacher.

* Sub committee meetings (optional further time).

* Please see the governor handbook for more information on the role at :-

 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/395789/Governors_Handbook.pdf

(Most good employers will honour a certain amount of planned time off work to attend school governor meetings to support the community.)

 

Moorpark’s governing body is comprised of a dedicated group of volunteers from the community, local authority and school staff. We currently have one parent governor, Sheela Dutton, who is a Grandparent of a year 5 child. We have one parent governor vacancy and one co-opted  governor vacancy (which could be a second new parent).

We have worked hard over the last few years to ensure that the governing body is represented by governors that have particular skills that benefit the school. I have included a copy of our governor constitution for you to read, this is also available on our website.

Alongside the most important skill of parenthood (or grandparenthood!),  you may also be able to offer skills or experience that could further enhance Moorpark’s governance (see below for some ideas). You may also be looking for work, becoming a school governor is an excellent addition to any C.V. for a prospective employer.

 e.g. finance, business, human resources, health and safety, legal, equal rights, safeguarding, marketing, education skills and training, disability awareness, recruitment, or anything else you can offer.

We hope we have convinced you that this is a great opportunity.

Please speak to Mrs Peters for more information.

Parent Governor Vacancy

Are you interested in the success of our school?

Are you interested in how our school is led to ensure our children have the highest standard of teaching and learning?

If so, then joining Moorpark Junior Governing Body maybe the perfect opportunity for you.

 

The role of parent governor is one of our most important positions on the governing body given that the school is yours, for your children and we need to get it right with your point of view. 

A school governor commits to a number of meetings each term:

* One full governing body meeting (approximately one hour).

* One half day for school development and review.

* At least one session to meet with a link teacher.

* Sub committee meetings (optional further time).

* Please see the governor handbook for more information on the role at :-

 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/395789/Governors_Handbook.pdf

(Most good employers will honour a certain amount of planned time off work to attend school governor meetings to support the community.)

 

Moorpark’s governing body is comprised of a dedicated group of volunteers from the community, local authority and school staff. We currently have one parent governor, Sheela Dutton, who is a Grandparent of a year 5 child. We have one parent governor vacancy and one co-opted  governor vacancy (which could be a second new parent).

We have worked hard over the last few years to ensure that the governing body is represented by governors that have particular skills that benefit the school. I have included a copy of our governor constitution for you to read, this is also available on our website.

Alongside the most important skill of parenthood (or grandparenthood!),  you may also be able to offer skills or experience that could further enhance Moorpark’s governance (see below for some ideas). You may also be looking for work, becoming a school governor is an excellent addition to any C.V. for a prospective employer.

 e.g. finance, business, human resources, health and safety, legal, equal rights, safeguarding, marketing, education skills and training, disability awareness, recruitment, or anything else you can offer.

We hope we have convinced you that this is a great opportunity.

Please speak to Mrs Peters for more information.

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Children to be in school for the normal time, 8:50 am. Arrival back approx 3:10 pm.
Children to be on the yard for 7:45am. Anticipated arrival back approx. 4:30pm.
Please could all children wear full school uniform. If it is your child's PE day please ensure they bring their PE Kits on this day.

Address

Headteacher:- Mrs Karen Peters,

Park Road, Burslem,

Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 1EL

Tel:- 01782 234440, email:- moorpark@moorparkjunior.co.uk

If you would like any copies of the information on the website, please contact the school office who can provide this to you free of charge.

 

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