Stanborough Summer Camp Jobs

Do you enjoy working with kids? Are you hardworking and flexible? Spend this summer working at Stanborough Summer Camp. This is paid work experience that will look great on your CV. We are looking for an assistant coordinator, team leaders, team assistants, a chaplain/chaplain assistant and an IT assistant. Applicants must be 18+ and must have the right to work in the UK. Summer Camp will run from the 12th of July until the 24th of July. Application deadline is the 30th of April. For more information, contact Ms. Anna Papaioannou at

Part Time Sports Teacher

Stanborough School is looking to employ an experienced part time sports teacher with experience in leading whole school sports events. The ability to teach a second subject will be an added advantage.

The successful candidate will demonstrate an experienced, dynamic and creative approach to the teaching and learning of Sports/Games.  

The post has a starting salary of  £22,714 – £36,961/annum pro rata (2 days per week) and begins on 1 September 2021.   

General responsibilities include:

  1. Teach Key Stage 3 and 4
  2. Provide learning support to all learners
  3. Undertake Form tutor responsibilities
  4. Participate in all school activities
  5. Undertake additional duties as required by the Faculty leader and Head Teacher.

Qualifications: Applicants should hold

  1. Relevant degree
  2. A teaching qualification
  3. Relevant experience in teaching GCSE PE/BTEC sports and
  4. Have authorisation to work in the UK.

Closing Date: n/a

Stanborough School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Interested applicants please contact the P.A. to the Head Teacher for an application pack. The offer of employment in respect of this post will be subject to a satisfactory Disclosure Certificate from the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB).

Email: Tel: 01923 673268

Teaching Assistant – Voluntary (1 year initially)

Appointed by: Stanborough Secondary School

Reports to: The Headteacher

Position: Voluntary – Hours are term time only (8am-4:30pm)

Main Features of the Position:

  • To assist, under the direction of the Headteacher and other designated teachers, with the education, care and welfare of children.
  • Work with individuals or small groups of pupils in the classroom under the direct supervision of teaching staff and provide feedback to the teacher, undertaking basic record keeping in respect of pupil learning, behaviour support, safeguarding etc.
  • To assist in the preparation of materials and programmes of work.
  • To assist with group activities within and away from the classroom.
  • To assist with any medical, personal, social and behavioural problems.

Job Responsibilities

  • Support the aims and ethos of the school and follow school routines and procedures.
  • Undertake a programme of induction and attend other relevant in-service training (including safeguarding)
  • Be aware of, and maintain, confidential issues as required.

Under the direction of the teacher and/or SENDCo to:

  • Assist in designated areas of the curriculum including preparation and clearing away of resources.
  • Promote pupil achievement in learning and re-enforce pupils’ self-esteem.
  • Ensure that pupils are able to use equipment and materials provided.
  • Assist with movement of pupils around the building and surrounding areas and with activities away from the classroom, both within and outside lesson time.
  • Supervise students during break/lunchtime
  • Participate in general school activities including assembly, break and lunch-time activities, sports day, school visits etc. as required.
  • Be aware of and promote pupil’s general welfare and follow the school’s health and safety procedures.
  • Support pupils’ development and learning process
  • Assist with the preparation and mounting of display materials.
  • Share general domestic duties with the teachers and other staff.
  • Support inclusion of pupils with special needs.
  • Support teachers in managing class behaviour
  • Assist with the delivery of individual education plans (EHCP/IEP)
  • Assist with health, hygiene and first aid. This may include assistance with toilet visits
  • Provide feedback about the pupils to the teacher.
  • To undertake designated administrative and clerical tasks, in order to support teaching and learning.
  • Be willing, if invited by the Class Teacher, to attend Parent Information Evenings.
  • Carry out other duties as directed by the teacher, or Headteacher
  • Undergo review of duties and responsibilities according to the school’s Performance Management System.

Required Qualifications, Skills and Attributes

Essential Criteria

  • Ability to work as part of a team, under direction and on own initiative
  • Highly discrete
  • Able to maintain confidentiality
  • Good communication skills
  • Understanding of age appropriate interactions with children
  • Warm and caring attitude towards children.
  • A sense of humour.
  • Good written and spoken English
  • Ability to perform and understand arithmetical tasks accurately and consistently
  • The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All post-holders are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS and barring list disclosure. All staff have to undertake Child Protection Training.

Desirable Criteria

  • Well organised with good administrative skills
  • Open mindedness
  • Able and willing to participate in additional whole school activities
  • Understanding of and commitment to Adventist Education
  • GCSE grade C or above in Maths and English or equivalent


Voluntary role

Volunteer vacancy 

Do you have free time and would like to give something back to your community?  
We have a wide range of volunteer roles available within our school and would love to hear from people interested in becoming more involved with our school.

Our volunteers may include:

  • Parent of pupils
  • Students on university placements or experience
  • Ex-members of staff
  • Local residents

The types of activities that volunteers are engaged in might include:

  • Hearing pupils read
  • Working with small group of pupils
  • Undertaking arts and craft activities with pupils
  • Gardening activities
  • Supporting teachers to run after school clubs
  • Individually arranged project
  • Accompanying school visits
  • Marketing and admin roles 

Our volunteer roles are unpaid and might be for a one-off event or a regular arrangement with the school.To find out more, please email: Tel: 01923 673268

Head of Marketing

Location: South East Region

Reporting to: The Director of Education (British Union Conference) and Headteachers of each Primary and Secondary School,

Hours of Work: This is a full-time, all year-round post.37.5 hours per week.  Hours of work are likely to be 8.00am – 5.00pm Monday to Thursday and 8:00-1:30pm Friday. Less an hour for lunch but flexibility in hours will be required on occasion to meet the demands of the post in particular to support evening and weekend events.

Salary: Circa £25,000 to£30,000 per annum depending on skills, qualifications and experience.  Salary paid monthly in arrears direct into nominated bank account. This is a 1 year contract which will then be reviewed.

Place of work: Your will be required to work remotely and to attend each school based on the needs of the time.  You will not be required to work outside the UK. Note that travel expenses will be paid.

Holidays: 5 weeks holiday per year plus Bank Holidays.  Attendance will be required on Bank Holidays that fall during term time, for which time off in lieu will be given.  Holiday only to be taken following prior authorisation from the Director of Education, taking account of the School’s busy periods. 

Start date: 01/09/2021 (or earlier if possible)

Medical Fitness: Any offer of appointment will be conditional upon the provision of a self-declaration of physical and mental fitness to carry out the responsibilities of the role.

Check: Post-holder’s As the British Union Conference is registered to ask ‘exempted questions’ under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, successful applicants will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory criminal record check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (a “Disclosure”) before the appointment is confirmed.  This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings.   This post is also subject to receipt of two satisfactory written references, one of which must be your last employer.
Responsibility:You share with all School staff the responsibility to promote and safeguard the welfare of children and young people for whom you are responsible, or with whom you come into contact.  In doing so, you are expected at all times to adhere to and ensure compliance with each School’s Safeguarding Policies. If you become aware of any actual or potential risks to the safety or welfare of children in the School, you must report any concerns to the School’s Designated Safeguarding Lead (Child Protection Officer).
The Role

An outstanding opportunity has arisen for a first class and experienced marketing professional to join the British Union Conference Adventist Schools during a period of dynamic evolution.  

We are seeking a dynamic, energetic and enthusiastic Head of Marketing to have oversight and to support marketing activities across the British Union Conference South East Region which is made up of the following:

This exciting new role will suit a driven and ambitious individual with demonstrable experience working across the full marketing mix. An understanding of independent education and Adventist religion would be advantageous but is not essential.  This is a diverse and challenging role and will require the successful candidate to develop and deliver a marketing strategy to help ensure the coordination of marketing activities across the Group.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate a strong track record in delivering high-impact campaigns to market and have significant experience in branding, strategic planning, digital marketing, public relations and marketing communications.

The successful candidate will be outgoing and confident with a proactive, can-do attitude who has the experience to hit the ground running and drive activity forward using their own initiative. They will work closely with the Education Director and Headteachers.

Core Purpose

In conjunction with the Headteachers and Education Director, the Head of Marketing will play a central role in driving forward each Schools strategic marketing with innovative and exciting campaigns and creative initiatives designed to grow the different audiences, further develop the British Union brand and maximise the success of specific activities, both nationally and overseas.

This will be a varied and challenging role and applicants will need to be able to demonstrate a strong track record in creating, developing and implementing strategic marketing plans, managing brand strategy, monitoring and evaluating marketing campaigns, PR and digital activity, as well as event management.  The successful candidate will also support the marketing of the International School market to help recruit students from abroad.

The successful candidate will be a team player able to confidently and appropriately liaise with a number of stakeholders including the Heads of each school, teaching and support staff, as well as external agencies, suppliers and other third parties.   The successful candidate will need to have boundless energy, strong organisational skills, the ability to manage multiple projects and to work both quickly and independently. 

  • Lead on the development of a marketing strategy across the six schools within the BUC Group, working closely to support the marketing teams and overseeing the delivery of all activity to support this within budget and timeframe.
  • To act as brand guardian and manage all elements of each school’s identity to ensure that the Adventist/Christian ethos remains consistent with the values, personality and objectives of each school.
  • Gather insight from qualitative and quantitative research by working closely with Admissions, to provide statistical data for analysis and using this to inform the development of all marketing activities.
  • Deliver strong, creative multi-channel campaigns to a variety of audience segments 
  • Manage a proactive programme of public relations activity, securing editorial and content opportunities within a wide variety of relevant media and leading on media relations. 
  • Oversee the management and development of the Group’s websites ensuring they are regularly maintained and updated and pertinent to target audiences (in liaison with the IT management team in each school).
  • Manage the content, design, production and distribution of all marketing communications across the schools
  • Oversee the management and promotion of the Group’s social media activity, leading on the content plan, advising on appropriate channels, messaging and tone of voice.
  • Proactively engage internal staff and stakeholders to support marketing initiatives across the Group, with particular emphasis on providing content for news, social media and other marketing communications.
  • Manage relationships with external suppliers and external stakeholders, including designers, printers, video production, photographers and creative agencies 
  • Manage members of the marketing teams and provide training and on-going support to selected school personnel in order to enhance their use of marketing tools particularly digital marketing and social media
  • Prepare data reports for Senior Leadership and Governors/Proprietors, presenting to Governors as requested
  • Work closely with each schools’ trading subsidiaries (including the Sports Centres) to provide marketing support.  

This list is not exhaustive and the successful candidate may be required to carry out other duties as instructed by the Director of Education and Headteachers at each school.  

Person Specification 

Candidates for this post are likely to have:  

  • significant marketing experience, ideally in education or service-based industry. Experience of working in the independent sector would be an advantage.
  • a good understanding of the independent school sector in the UK and/or internationally
  • outgoing and positive attitude and be a good listener with strong, persuasive communication skills 
  • creativity, imagination and well-developed problem-solving skills 
  • proven management experience the ability to lead a team as well as to operate within one 
  • an awareness of branding, image and style – understanding what influences customers and persuades families to choose a particular school for their child 
  • skill in managing budgets and obtaining best value from suppliers such as designers, mailing and print  
  • excellent IT skills including publishing packages and photo/video editing
  • meticulous administrative and planning skills and the ability to meet targets and deadlines 
  • tact, sensitivity and the ability to handle confidential material with discretion 
  • a high degree of personal motivation, initiative and drive 
  • the ability and willingness to adopt a flexible attitude to working hours where evening and weekend work may be required. 
  • an interest and empathy with the ethos and aims of a Christian, Independent education system
  • a willingness to take an interest and become involved in all aspects of the School 
  • educated to degree level   
  • a marketing qualification (such as CIM or IDM – desirable)
Training Requirement for Administrative Staff – this list is not exhaustive and the post holder may be required to undertake other training as required by the School
  Training   To be completed by  Frequency of training  
Safeguarding (Child Protection) and Prevent TrainingBefore employment commences  Every year
Emergency First Aid Training (if required within the Department)Within the first term of employmentEvery 3 years but offered annually
Fire AwarenessWithin the first term of employmentEvery year  

Length of contract: 1 year – to then be reviewed.

Pension: The post-holder will be able to join the BUC Staff Pension Scheme on the first day of the month after completion of two months service.  Where eligible the post-holder will be auto-enrolled into the Pension Scheme as per current legislation.


Please complete Stanborough Secondary School Application Form and Person Specification Form (below) and return it to and

Closing date for applications:   30 August  2021