If so, we have a fantastic opportunity for an energetic and motivated Caretaker to join our team to help us ensure that our school provides a safe, welcoming and purposeful environment for children, staff and visitors.
The children, staff and governors of St Mark’s CEP School are looking for a practical and well-motivated person for the post of Caretaker to join our team of committed staff.
We are very proud of our building so we especially want someone who will really care for our school, ensuring it looks its best, is safe and exemplifies the high expectations we have of our children.
The role will include a wide range of responsibilities and duties connected with the fabric of the building, health and safety, grounds and facilities maintenance and security.
You will need to:
• be a hands on individual who can develop and implement systems/procedures as well as maintain current ones.
• be sympathetic to environmental concerns regarding the school and grounds
• contribute to projects and maintenance schedules
• be practical, with good DIY skills.
• a school with happy, polite children
• good professional development opportunities/training, together with extra hours during holidays for larger maintenance projects
Hours: 7 hours per week, with additional hours available during school holidays
Salary: Scale 4 point 10 £19,312 pro rata
Required: To start 19.7.21
Contact email@example.com for full job description and application form.
Tel: 01825 830375
Website: http://www. st-marks-hadlowdown.co.uk
See notice on the church door;
Church Closed Notice
St Mark’s church news for February 2021.
I suppose this should begin with ‘A Happy New Year to all our readers’! I think we have all been saying ‘Well it couldn’t be worse!’
As I write, 3 of the new vaccines have been approved for use in the UK, and the Buxted surgery has just started calling the over 70s for vaccination. Let us pray this will indeed be the beginning of a Happy New Year for us all. So sadly we are presently in the process of a 3rd lockdown, and that has meant some big decisions needing to be made for our Parish of Buxted and Hadlow Down.
Wings to Fly is a charity created to raise funds for St. Mark’s School
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Wings to fly Autumn 20 (2)
From Janet Tourell St. Mark’s Church warden
I’ve just been to St Mark’s Church to put the bin out for collection tomorrow and see that someone has stuck a post-it note on one of the ‘PLEASE CLOSE THE GATE’ signs on the double iron gates. It laments the fact that there’s a possibility that by touching and closing the gate we might contract Covid-19! Continue reading “Post-It Notes on Church Gates”
Help for local young people with mental health and well-being problems
Wings to Fly are very pleased to announce that our application for a grant has been successful and we have received £4,115 from the Sussex Community Foundation. This will enable us to support St Mark’s CEP School and the local community with mental health and wellbeing issues during this Covid-19 outbreak. Families who feel they could benefit from this opportunity are invited to contact the School’s office in the first instance on 01825 830375.
Wings to Fly
Reg Charity No:118309
The support of regular donations allows us to demonstrate a strong commitment from the school community. If you are a ble to make a regular (or one off) donation you can do so directly through our donations page kindlink.com/fundraising/wings-to-fly/2563 or via our page on the school website.