Clerk to the Governors
To support the Governing Body in the discharge of their functions in accordance with legislation.
To attend all six Full Governing Body meetings and committee meetings (Academic, pastoral, staffing and finance).
Please note all meetings are currently held remotely via TEAMS due to COVID restrictions
Hours of work: 208 hours per year with an average of 4 hours per week, but there will be some fluctuation with a Governors meeting week requiring potentially more than 4 hours and other weeks requiring less.
Applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in becoming a teacher?
If you are interested in entering a career in teaching we can provide extensive experience of training prospective new entrants to the teaching profession. We aim to offer new trainees a highly supportive and well organised training and induction programme which will provide them with the best possible experience in their initial year of teaching.
Our involvement in SUPA Salisbury & School Direct
St Joseph’s School involved in a partnership with other local schools and the University of Southampton in providing non-salaried School Direct teacher training placements. We are involved in the SUPA (Southampton University Partnership Alliance) Salisbury alliance and offer training in a wide variety of subjects each year.
For further information about the School Direct teacher training programme offered at St Joseph’s School please contact Richard Rooney (Assistant Headteacher) via his email email@example.com
Alternatively please use the following link – www.superteacher.training
DfE Early Career Framework reforms
After a challenging year for trainees, it is more important than ever new teachers receive the best possible support at the start of their careers.
The Early Career Framework ECF reforms are designed to ensure that early career teachers develop the skills and confidence they need. If your school offers statutory induction, you will need to replace your current induction process with this new funded programme of professional development and support.
WHAT STAFF THINK OF OUR SCHOOL
Just a little thank you for all your kindness and wonderful support. I really am so very grateful to you for giving me the opportunity to work at St Joseph’s. Thank you. It really was a privilege.
I’d just like to say thank you for the opportunity I’ve had to learn to teach at your school. It is a truly wonderful place of learning and you and your staff make it so.
Thank you so much for having me this term. I have loved every moment of my time here. Your staff are so lovely – they're a real credit to you!
Thank you for your support and leadership throughout my time at St Joseph’s. I am very grateful for the high standards you set and feel confident to further my career, but St Joseph’s will always hold a special place for me. I wish you and the school every success.
I just wanted to say thank you for being a (genuinely) inspirational leader and letting me be a part of your team here at St Joseph’s – it is a pleasure and an honour!
You really have been a wonderful lot to work with. You are so patient and kind which really makes a difference. I will miss the banter over the phone and in the corridors which has made it a joy coming to work. You are all part of an amazing team and the students at this school are very lucky to have you.
Thank you for helping me to grow. Not many people know this, but before I came to St Joseph’s I was very close to giving up on teaching as I had many knock backs in the first school I worked in. When I moved to England - it turns out I just hadn’t found the right school. I have spent most of my teaching career at St Joseph’s and I will be forever grateful for the support I received on a professional level, but also on a personal level when I needed it most.