VACANCIES AND VOLUNTEERING
All our vacancies are advertised on www.teachinherts.com and we ask that you apply through this route unless the specific vacancy requests otherwise.
The school takes its responsibility for safeguarding its pupils very seriously. As such, all appointments are subject to vetting checks such as a satisfactory enhanced DBS check, references and the satisfactory completion of a staff disqualification declaration form.
We currently have two community governor vacancies on our Governing Body. We would love to hear from you, particularly if you have professional skills in areas such as data analysis, marketing or law, or if you have experience in the education sector.
What we can offer:
A tremendously rewarding role
Specialist training, and the development of transferable skills
The opportunity to work with a friendly group of governors, towards common goals
The opportunity to contribute to your community in a meaningful way
What we need from you:
Time commitment and enthusiasm: 5 - 10 hours per month.
Good numerical skills - we consider financial and pupil results data regularly
Great communication skills - tact, diplomacy and the ability to ask challenging questions in a constructive manner
If you are interested or to read more, please see :
Volunteering in schools is tremendously rewarding and can provide you with useful, transferable skills to help you in your own learning and development.
We are always on the look out for willing volunteers to listen to our pupils read, to support the fundraising activities run by the Friends of Sauncey Wood, to join our Governing Body or to come and talk to our classes about your job or experiences where they ties in with their learning.
If you can commit to half an hour, one hour, once a week, then we'll allocate you to class so that you can build up the trust and confidence of the children. If you can spare an hour every now and then we'll put you where the need is greatest at that point in time.
When you decide to become a volunteer at the school: do come and talk to our office team about how you'd like to help. Once we've found the right activity for you:
we'll ask you to read and sign our volunteer's handbook
we'll ask you to come to a 30 minute safeguarding training session
we'll ask you to sign a childcare disqualification form
we'll take up two references
we'll acquire a DBS check for you
Do get in touch through the school office if you would like to find out more.