Working at Foulds

                                I have worked at Foulds since 1988, first as a part-time teacher, then class teacher, Senior Manager, Deputy and now as Headteacher.  
I wouldn't work anywhere else!  We have a strong  team here, many of whom have also worked at Foulds for many, many years who have helped create the wonderful ethos where people feel supported to improve their practice.  We are proud of our record of developing staff and creating an environment where people just don't want to leave!  We have several teachers who joined us as NQTs (Newly Qualified Teachers) and who developed their practice here to become part of our very effective Senior Leadership Team - including our excellent Deputy, Mrs Ingall (currently on maternity leave).  We have five teachers who have taught here since the 1990s, have gone away to have children and come back to teach - some of them have even made sure that their children attended Foulds.  Many of our support staff have also been with us for decades, developing their skills and sharing their expertise with new support staff and new teachers.  If you have a positive attitude to learning, enjoy new challenges and like working as part of a team, then Foulds could be the perfect school for you.

Helen Browett, Headteacher 

Why work at Foulds?



  • We are a happy and popular school

  • We have extremely well behaved and enthusiastic children with a positive attitude to learning

  • We are committed to staff development and teamwork

  • We have high levels of parental support

  • We are a supportive staff who work well together as a team, sharing planning and expertise

  • We're in High Barnet, North London, handy for the tube into London and just minutes from the M25, the A1 and the green fields of Hertfordshire

  • We have a reputation for high standards in all curriculum areas (not just literacy and numeracy)

  • We value creative individuals and support a cross curricular and creative learning approach

  • We value and celebrate cultural diversity

  • We were judged to be Outstanding in all areas by Ofsted (May 2013)



        As a Foulds employee, you are also entitled to additional employee benefits - some are listed below:
        • Buy discounted High Street Retail cards with up to 13% savings, for shops such as John Lewis and Waitrose, Sainsburys, FatFace, Boots, Marks and Spencers, Argos and many more.
        • There is also a Car Salary Sacrifice Scheme which could give you the ability to drive a brand new, low cost car with no deposit, fixed monthly payments and an all-inclusive package.
        • You can buy a bicycle to cycle to work on: select a bike from over 1,500 UK retailers and make payments, free of income tax and National Insurance, over 12 months.
        • Get the most up to date technology - desktops, laptops, tablets, iPhones, watches and iPods as well as a large range of accessories - paying for it over 12 months, with free delivery and support.
        • You can use part of your salary to buy childcare vouchers in a tax-efficient way


        What's it like working at Foulds?


        "Foulds is a great school to work at and I am truly grateful for the time I spent at Foulds. Foulds is a school that deeply cares for its students and staff. The staff are kind and supportive. They provide you with opportunities to attend professional development courses to ensure you are the best teacher you can be. At Foulds the students are well behaved and have a strong desire to learn. They are very kind hearted and do their best to help both their peers and teachers. I am very grateful for my time spent at Foulds as it has fostered my love of teaching." 
        Beth Adams, NQT

        "As someone who has only recently arrived at Foulds from another Barnet school, I absolutely love it and wish I'd come here years ago! It's a lovely atmosphere, full of lovely staff and children who smile and enjoy school. I am fully supported by leadership and the governors and am amazed at how happy and contented I am at work. I am really excited to get to know the children better and work alongside everyone in my new role. I can't believe how many opportunities that I have been given in my short amount of time here, both through attending courses and my own career development opportunity moving from Phase Leader to Senior Leadership. I never thought, five months ago, that I would be an Acting Deputy Headteacher!  I feel fully appreciated and listened to. We really are a team at Foulds."
        Katherine Strong, Acting Deputy Headteacher


        We currently have two vacancies.



        TEMPORARY MEALTIME SUPERVISOR

        and RELIEF MEALTIME SUPERVISOR

        MEALTIME SUPERVISOR – TEMPORARY CONTRACT UNTIL JULY 2018


         

        We require a Temporary Mealtime Supervisor to join our supportive school as soon as possible. This post is temporary as it is dependent on additional needs funding for a pupil with additional needs who will be leaving in July 2018.

         

        You will be responsible for supervising pupils in the playground and canteen.  Candidates who enjoy and have experience of working with children between the ages of 4 – 11 are encouraged to apply.

         

        Pay scale: from £3,265 p/a

        Monday to Friday term time only - 38 weeks per year

        7.5 hours per week 11.40 – 1.10p.m. each day

         

        We also need a Relief Mealtime Supervisor who can be available for cover from time to time.

         

        Foulds School is a friendly happy school.  We are proud of our high standards of work and behaviour.  We have an excellent team structure across the school and staff work well together. There are additional employee benefits for Foulds employees, such as access to discounted High Street retail cards and more - see our left for details.

         

        Further details and application forms are available from the school office by telephoning, emailing or calling into school, or downloadable from the website.  CVs will not be accepted. Visits to the school are welcome by appointment.  

         

        Closing date:  9am Friday 7th July 2017

        Interviews: Tuesday 11th July 2017

         

        This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants will need to undertake an enhanced DBS check.

                                                                                                                              




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