Governor Vacancy (voluntary)

The Tiffin Girls’ School is an Academy and the Members of the Academy Trust are seeking to appoint a Governor for a four-year term of office, who is in, or has held, a senior position in the private or public sector and has good knowledge and experience of HR management / employment law. They should be a confident leader and have a strong commitment to selective girls’ education and its role in enhancing social mobility and diversity. In common with many Governing Boards (GB) in schools and across the wider charity sector, The Tiffin Girls’ School’s GB currently lacks diversity. We recognise that a more diverse range of Governors can help demonstrate that the GB is fair and open in all its dealings, as well as increasing stakeholders’ confidence. It can also help strengthen the GB’s decision-making by considering issues from a wider range of perspectives. We would therefore particularly welcome candidates from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities. To apply, please complete and return the application form (governor) below, together with your CV, to         
Closing date: 10.00am Thursday 7 November
Interviews: morning, Wednesday 20 November




Teaching Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies.


Non-Teaching Vacancies

Part-time Learning Support Assistant

13 hours per week, term time only (ideally Thursdays and Fridays each week)
To start as soon as possible

Actual annual salary range £6,759 - £7,259 pa depending on experience
We are looking to appoint an experienced part-time Learning Support Assistant to provide support for a Key Stage 3 student with special needs. Working with classroom teachers and the SENCO, you will provide in and out of class support to the student who is learning in a highly academic environment. You will be responsive to the individual needs of the student and ensure they are able to access the curriculum and all learning activities and experiences. A key part of the role is to enhance and develop the independence of the student. Experience of working with or an understanding of hearing impairment will be advantageous. In addition to supporting a student with a hearing impairment, the successful candidate may work with other students who have been identified by the SENCO as needing additional support e.g. students with dyslexia or with ASD. Experience in these areas would therefore also be advantageous. Strong communication skills are essential, and experience in working with young people in a school setting would be particularly desirable. Part of the role will be to provide administrative support to the SENCO and some administrative experience would therefore be useful. Please apply using the downloadable application form on this page or contact the school office. The post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and verification of the right to work in the UK. The Tiffin Girls’ School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
CLOSING DATE: 9.00am Friday 8 November
Please return the application form to

Working at The Tiffin Girls' School

The strong team of highly qualified staff has extensive and varied experience. They share a commitment to high standards of learning, discipline and care for the personal wellbeing of each student. Opportunities for professional development are essential and care is taken to ensure all staff have access to training and new experiences through a comprehensive and personalised programme of CPD, both elective and directed through twilight and inset days. Based on the needs identified by appraisal and teaching and learning reviews, our CPD programme offers bespoke pathways. There is a well-developed programme of induction for all new colleagues and newly qualified teachers and staff are encouraged to join working parties on specific areas of development. There is also an active staff association which arranges social activities throughout the year. Staff describe The Tiffin Girls’ School as a unique place to work because:

“working here means you teach girls who want to be challenged and inspired and who challenge me every day”

“the attitude and behaviour of the girls makes it a unique place to work – they are willing to throw themselves into everything with enthusiasm”.



The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Appointment is subject to enhanced child protection screening including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

Equal Opportunities

The school is an equal opportunities employer. We recruit, train and promote people because of their ability, the needs of the post and other relevant criteria. We encourage all employees to take advantage of the opportunities we provide for training and development. We treat all employees and people who apply to us equally. We will not consider your race, nationality, colour, ethnicity, heritage or national origin, age, sex, marital status, sexuality, beliefs or disability in any matters to do with employment. We regularly review our practices and procedures to make sure our equal opportunities policy is working but we need more than this formal statement to make the policy work. We expect each of our employees to make their own contribution.


Please email to submit your job application or if you have any queries regarding the position you are applying for.