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Salary G4 (pro rata £18,319-£19,819 pa)



Toynton All Saints is a school that is committed to ensuring that all of our children achieve their true potential, and are happy and enthusiastic about their learning. Over the past 7 years, our school has grown from 39 to 150 children and we are passionate about creating a sustainable learning environment for all of our children for the future. We are looking for someone to fulfil the role of Clerk to our Governing Body, which is an established team, at full complement. We are keen to find an individual who has experience of the role of Clerk, to continue to guide our self-improving and supportive governors in their leadership and governance duties. In the current climate of accountability and strength of leadership, we see this role of Clerk as being central to the effectiveness of the Governing Body, in the areas of: communication, support, statutory guidance, training, accuracy of minute-taking and confidentiality. The successful applicant must have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, be highly organised and have a good understanding of the school community and its stakeholders.  If you have had relevant experience, are keen to join a positive team, please apply!

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed.


For further information and an application pack, please contact the school office on (01790) 752242 or email your enquiry to


Closing date Tuesday 30th October 2018

Interview date Monday 5th November 2018.


Toynton All Saints Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced CRB disclosure check.

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"At Toynton-All-Saints Primary School we want the young people in our care to leave as well-rounded human beings, inspired and motivated to continue their learning with respect for the views and beliefs of all other people."