Job Vacancies

Job Vacancies

School Governors

Voluntary Position – Required ASAP

  • Have you considered being a School Governor?
  • Would you like to shape the future for the next generation of Fosse Bank children?
  • Do you have valuable skills to offer?

We are looking to appoint new Governors to our Governing Body to provide strategic support in various areas of the management and improvement of the school.  We are keen to recruit Governors with skills and expertise in finance, legal, education and safeguarding.  We also welcome applications from anyone who is interested in school governance and wants to help to contribute to Fosse Bank’s future success.

Together with the Headteacher, the governing body has overall responsibility for the running of the school. Governors are involved in deciding school policies, allocating the school’s budget, appointing senior members of staff and holding the leadership of the school to account. The full governing body and each committee meets three times per year.

No special qualifications are needed and the most important thing is that you have a keen interest in the school and are prepared to play an active part in the governing body’s work.  

If you are interested in offering your time and interest please email Mel Greener, Clerk to the Governors via office@fossebankschool.co.uk who will arrange a meeting to with Mr J Bonarius, our Chair of Governors.

Closing date: 4th May 2020

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of students.

Appointments to this post will require an Enhanced Disclosure via the Disclosure and Baring Service.

KS2 Teacher 

Fosse Bank School is seeking a well-qualified and experienced person to be both Year 5 teacher.  This person will have the ability to inspire and challenge children and experience of preparing them for senior school.

Fosse Bank has a reputation for enabling, through excellent teaching, the majority of pupils to continue their education at grammar or independent schools.  Pastoral care is a great strength of the school and the small classes of well-motivated and enthusiastic pupils are a pleasure to teach.

This post has some flexibility depending on the strengths of the candidates, but we are looking for someone who will be

  • primarily be an excellent and inspiring teacher;
  • be responsible for data and assessment;
  • be responsible for a core subject, probably English;

Non-contact time will reflect the time required for the non-teaching part of this role.

While the school has specialist teachers for foreign modern languages, P.E, music and Forest School, the appointed teacher will teach most other subjects.  All teachers benefit from being part of a friendly supportive team with continuous professional development, delicious free lunches and easy parking on site.

The school now operates a holiday club in all school holidays largely for younger children but there are optional opportunities to run activity sessions for Years 3 to 6 during school holidays (separate pay scheme just for holiday periods).

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and views it with paramount importance. It engages with children and staff in policy and practice developments, and proactively encourages feedback. The school requires employees to obtain a Criminal Records disclosure via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), including checks against the barred list.