WORKING AT FRENSHAM

One of the real differences about Frensham is our open, equal environment. There is no forced deference or demanded respect. We are all in this together. A strong basis of mutual respect and equality creates an innovative, lively place to work. We ask our teachers to be brave with their teaching and we ask our support staff to be more than just supportive. It's an environment that reflects many modern workplaces and allows our students to observe adults working inclusively together and to build their own confidence in working with adults and those in more senior positions.

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TEACHING STAFF

As a progressive school, our teachers will find an exciting innovative opportunity to really engage with the students. Their role is not just to disperse knowledge, but to instill lasting learning and skills. Beyond a specific subject, our teachers engage students in cross-curricular projects and social, moral and ethical discussions and above all create genuine, lasting relationships built on mutual respect.

There are currently no vacancies for teaching staff, please check back.

 

SUPPORT STAFF

As a cohesive community, it is just as important that our support staff are onboard with the communal vision and ethos of the school. There are many events throughout the year, not to mention lunchtime everyday, where students, teachers and support staff come together. It's more than just a day job, but something that you can become passionately involved with.

BURSAR

Frensham Heights is seeking an experienced Bursar or equivalent with a proven track record to work in this progressive and lively environment.

Taking over from an Interim Bursar who has overseen the move to a TPS Phased Withdrawal; produced an Estates Master Plan; organised an AGBIS review of Governance; established financial five-year targets; produced the Enterprises Business Plan; and worked with the Head on restructuring and the production of a Strategic Plan. All of which will allow the new Bursar to concentrate on securing the strategic aims of the School, enacting the Master Plan, and be a major player in securing the financial future of Frensham Heights.

The role of Bursar and Clerk to the Governors encompasses a very wide remit with full responsibility for all the administrative, financial and property aspects of the School. The Bursar is a key member of the Extended Leadership Team(ELT)and needs to form good working relationships with all members of staff. In addition, the Bursar is responsible for dealing with external entities ranging from parents to the Charity Commission, HM Revenue and Customs, other schools, associations connected with the School, contractors, local authorities and other organisations.

 

This is a full time post based on a 37.5 hour working week, some of which may be unsocial hours and at weekends, depending on the needs of the school.

 

Frensham Heights School is being assisted in the recruitment of this key position by the ISBA’s Recruitment Team, from whom an application pack can be obtained by sending an email to: recruiting@theisba.org.uk. Alternatively, if you would like to speak with the ISBA, please contact Lucy Wyatt on 07817 038009 or John Murphie on 07801 545872.

Closing date: Monday 7th November, 9am

 

Frensham Heights is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Applicants must undergo child protection screening, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service. An enhanced DBS check is required for all posts.

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