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Staff Vacancies

We advertise both teaching and non teaching posts on our website:


We have the following vacancies.  Full details regarding the position is set out in the Appointment Pack.  If you would like to apply for a position please complete the Application and Child Protection forms below and submit to Mrs Bermingham.  Details regarding our exam results and Ofsted Inspection are provided in the links below.

There are no Teaching vacancies at this current time. 


Vacancies for Invigilators.

Do you have a few hours to spare during November, January, May or June? Would you like to earn £10.50 per hour for invigilating our internal and external exams? (£12.00 per hour for Senior Invigilator). An exam invigilator is the person in the examination room responsible for conducting the exam and has a key role in upholding the integrity of the external examination/assessment process. Invigilators should: • Ensure all candidates have an equal opportunity to demonstrate their abilities • Ensure the security of the examination beforehand, during and afterwards 

Main duties are:

  • Assist with the setting up of the exam room and distribute and collect exam papers
  • Seat and register the candidates
  • Actively invigilate – walk around the exam hall, monitor student behaviour and respond to their requests.

You will need to be: 

  • Able to exercise authority
  • Well organised, reliable and punctual 
  • Able to show initiative and be a team player

Invigilators must be familiar with the instructions outlined by the JCQ. They must give their full attention to conducting the exam properly and inform the Exams Officer if they have any concerns about the exam process.  Full training will be given to successful applicants.  

Exams generally start at:
Morning sessions:  8.00 am (varied finish times up to 1:15 pm)
Afternoon sessions:  12:30 pm (varied finish times up to 4:45 pm)

Please send a covering letter with CV to 
Mrs N Fantham, Exams Officer by August 9th 2021

All applications will be dealt with by the beginning of September. 

Bishopshalt is committed to safeguarding all of its students. All staff are required to adhere to our safeguarding policies and procedures and undertake a full DBS check

Non Teaching Staff Application Form

If you have any questions or queries please contact  -  Mrs Bermingham, Headteacher's PA.  

Useful Information - links to:


We currently have vacancies on the Governing Body.

In particular, if you have experience in any of the following areas, we would like to hear from you:

  • HR
  • Legal
  • Building Project Oversight or Development
  • “Looked after” or SEND children

However, you DO NOT have to have a professional background, more importantly you need to have enthusiasm and a desire to support your child and their school, to be the very best they can be.

Think you do not know anything about education?  That does not matter, all you need is a willingness to learn.

What does a governor do? In short the five key responsibilities are:

  1. Setting ethos and values
  2. Holding leadership to account
  3. Balancing support and challenge
  4. Distinguishing between help and interference
  5. Taking responsibility for the Headteacher’s wellbeing

The Governing Body are keen to ensure that its members reflect the diverse community of Bishopshalt School.

If you would like to be considered as a parent governor please contact our Chair of Governors:

Governors Email:

For an informal, no obligation chat.

Governor induction