SAVE THE DATES….
JUNE WORKSHOPS AT THE IONA SCHOOL
FOR PARENTS & CARERS
Pikler workshop with Dorothy Marlen on Saturday 3rd June 2017. Further details to follow soon. Please visit Dorothy’s website for further information about the Pikler approach: http://www.dorothymarlen.net/
Creative Discipline workshop with Lou Harvey Zahra on Tuesday 13th June in the evening-times tbc. Further details to follow soon. Please visit Lou’s website for further information: http://www.skiptomylouparenting.com
Parent and Toddler Group Leader Vacancy
We are looking for an efficient and enthusiastic Parent Toddler Group Leader.
You will be working directly with parents and children supporting them in their journey and will be representing the school and its ingrained ethos.
You will be capable of promoting Steiner education and ethos in the best possible way and be happy to undertake further training in your role.
We would like you to have experience in Steiner education and childcare or at least a great openness to learn. You will need to be capable and organised, used to carrying out basic administration techniques, adhering to company policies and be able to show flexibility and proactivity in your role.
The group runs each Tuesday and Wednesday during term time (37 weeks a year) and is open from 9.00am-11.45am. We may over the next few years increase these days dependant on demand.
The Iona School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Any offers of employment will be subject to two good employers’ references and a clean enhanced DBS check.
For an application form and job description/person specification please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date 20th February 2017
The Iona School Receptionist – Maternity cover
The Iona School in Sneinton needs an efficient receptionist required for 12 months to cover maternity leave. Start date mid April 2017
We are a small friendly Steiner school situation in the heart of Nottingham
We need a person with excellent customer service skills to manage and look after our reception
You should be able to meet the following criteria;
- Smart in dress and able to understand the importance of being the first line of communication for the school
- Have great people skills, able to listen and understand peoples requests
- Have Good PC skills, including data input into excel
- Good skills in understanding administritive requests such as photocopying, taking post etc.
- High level of initiative, we need a person who presents solutions not problems
- great team worker, we need someone who will go the extra mile to help the teachers and managment team
- Able to prioritise you day, collecting registers in a timely fashion, passing on messages and welcoming visitors
The role is term time only (37 weeks) and between the hours of 8.30-3.30
The Iona school is committed to safeguarding, we would expect any applicants to uphold the same high standards. This role demands that you have a clean enhanced DBS (which we will carry out) and two good references. You will also be expected to undergo safeguarding training and as front of the school be highly vigilant.
To apply, please email email@example.com to request an application form. we cannot process any applications that are not on our forms.
Kindergarten Leader/Teacher Vacancy
Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced teachers for the post of Kindergarten Teacher/Leader at the Iona School in Nottingham.
The successful applicant will lead the Kindergarten team in all aspects of teaching, management and administration and will liaise with the nursery, parent and child group and the class teachers.
They will be able to maintain the setting’s high standards in all areas whilst working with vision, creativity and initiative.
The successful applicant will have an approved Steiner/Waldorf Kindergarten Teacher qualification and/or QTS, and be able to demonstrate a high level of experience of working in a Steiner/Waldorf setting with appropriate teaching, management, leadership and administrative skills.
They will have a high level of experience and understanding of the requirements of EYFS.
The post is permanent and full time.
Closing date 15th February 2017
Iona School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We would expect the same high level of commitment from each applicant.
This role is subject to receiving two satisfactory employers’ references and a clean DBS
For an application pack, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
C.Vs are not accepted unless accompanied by an application form
Dear parents and friends of Iona,
A new year has started, and it brings new exciting Forest School activities with it!
This half term, one long session for each group from 10.30 to 14.30:
– Sunday 22nd January, for 5-7 year olds.
– Saturday 4th February, for 8-11 year olds.
And with the longer (and hopefully warmer) days after the half term holidays, we will start again the weekly sessions:
– Tuesdays for 5-7 year olds.
– Thursdays for 8-11 year olds.
Check the posters (below) for more information and feel free to share them with anyone interested, these sessions are open to children from outside the Iona school too.
See you soon,
Raquel and Lauren
On Friday many Iona School children and staff tucked into a delicious freshly cooked Christmas lunch. On the menu this year was Maple Glazed Christmas Roast (dairy and nut free veggie loaf) served with gravy, mash and veg followed by Chocolate Orange sticky pudding with Snow custard. Everyone enjoyed it and there were lots of requests for seconds!
A huge thank you to our school cooks, Mic and Becky, for doing such a wonderful job and to the parents that came to lay out tables and chairs and decorate the hall to make it a special occasion for the children!