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  • Job Title

    Governance Professional (Clerk to Governors)

  • Location

    Bromsgrove, Worcestershire (Remote working)

  • Posted

    5th July 2024

  • School

    The SPIRE CofE Learning Trust

  • Salary

    CG4 (points 7-11)

  • Hours

    Part Time

  • Description

    Governance Professional (Clerk to Governors) St Matthias Primary School, Malvern Witton Middle School, Droitwich 20 hours per month (10 at each school) Hybrid working CG4 (points ...

About The Spire Trust

The Spire Multi Academy Trust was established in February 2016 by St John’s Church of England Middle School Academy in order to create a trust that would seek to collaborate with other schools to share good practice and to raise achievement.

The Spire is a Church of England Multi Academy Trust and its philosophy for school improvement across the MAT is summed up through our mission statement.

The Spire Church of England Learning Trust is an expanding organisation with many career opportunities for new and existing staff. We are also pleased to receive CVs and other details from people interested in working with us. Please do not hesitate to contact us as we will be happy to help.


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St John's Church of England Middle School

Give of Your Best


School Vision and Ethos

Our vision encapsulates our ethos:

Our mission is to be a school where every individual in our community is valued and where care and concern for others is key. We will be guided by the Christian values of love, perseverance, forgiveness and integrity. We will expect all our pupils to 'Give of their Best', achieve their full potential, be good citizens and respect difference in our growing global world.

- St John's Middle School Vision

We aim to be a school which is:

Inclusive - God wants to embrace all of humanity and gives value to each person. God loves all and gives all people the opportunity to receive his love and be part of his family. We reflect that vision by being a school community that seeks to include all, by giving each person value, dignity and an opportunity to belong and participate. "For God loved the world so much that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not die but have eternal life.” (John 3.16)

Where all can achieve and give of their best - Worship is about giving of your best and being the best you can be. We reflect that vision by being a school community that has high expectations of all and offers opportunities and support to enable all to give of their best and to achieve their full potential. "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind'; and, 'Love your neighbour as yourself." (Luke 10.27)

Where education impacts on the whole person - To say that “God is holy” is to refer to the wholeness, fullness, beauty, and abundant life that overflows within the Godhead. We reflect that vision by being a school community that seeks to educate the whole person in a way that can offer new starts and opportunities. “May the God who gives us peace make you holy in every way and keep your whole being—spirit, soul, and body—free from every fault at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. He who calls you will do it, because he is faithful.” (1 Thess 5:23-24)

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St John's Church of England Primary School


Shaping lives. Shaping futures.

Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old, they will not turn from it.

Proverbs 22:6

Our vision is rooted in our core values of:

Love Friendship Truthfulness Forgiveness

We promote:

  • An inclusive and nurturing ethos where children can grow in confidence and knowledge in order to achieve their full potential both academically, socially and morally.
  • An engaging and inspiring curriculum that meets the needs of our pupils and fosters a lifelong love of learning.
  • Positive relationships and a developed moral understanding for all of our pupils.
  • Independence and resilience to allow pupils to achieve their potential
  • Self-belief, motivation and a desire to aim high.
  • A collaborative approach between parents, school and the local community with the children at the centre


Spirituality is the quality that enables our children to find their place in the world through a sense of wonder and curiosity and the development of their feelings and beliefs that there is something greater than themselves

.For further information, go to their website


St Matthias Church of England Primary School


Our Vision and School Aims

After consulting with staff, pupils, governors and parents about what is important in our school, we have chosen three key words that we believe will support us to make a positive difference to our children. Everyone in the community contributed to a list of words and after a lively debate, three were selected to achieve the best for all.


It is important that all our children aspire to be the best they can be, to set high goals for themselves and to work hard to reach these. Our role, as staff and parents, is to hold high aspirations for our children and to make sure we provide the best support and guidance to enable our children to do well in their lives and learning.


We must have faith in ourselves and believe that we can achieve what we set out to do. We need a positive mind set for this to overcome the challenges on route. We endeavour to encourage each other to be confident in their abilities and work together to achieve our best.


We are determined to empower our children to achieve the very best they can. We do this by providing excellent teaching, high quality resources and carefully planned learning opportunities. Our children have their part to play in this as well by being determined to do their best, in class and with their homework. By working together, we can all hold on to our dreams and aspirations to make them work for us.

For further information, go to their website

Witton Middle School

School Vision

At Witton Middle School we nurture confident and enthusiastic learners. Our child-centred approach guides everything that we do, creating a safe, happy and caring community. We are proud of our pupils, who behave well and act responsibly.

In lessons, pupils experience a variety of engaging teaching methods, and are encouraged to develop the effective attitudes, skills and habits of successful learners. Alongside quality teaching, individual and group programmes enable all pupils to thrive and make good progress. School leaders and governors provide clear direction and embody high aspirations.

For further information, visit their website.


Catshill Middle School

Values and Ethos

Catshill Middle School seeks to be a hard-working, purposeful and caring community based on mutual respect, where all are supported to learn and develop through aspiration and self belief. We seek to develop pupils who are well-mannered, tolerant and considerate towards others, who are able to make positive contributions and lead successful lives.

We will achieve this through:

  • Providing a safe, stimulating and challenging environment
  • All pupils feeling valued, fulfilling their potential and discovering enjoyment in their learning
  • Acknowledging, celebrating and rewarding achievements
  • Promoting social, spiritual, moral and emotional development
  • Encouraging all pupils to accept responsibility for their own learning and to have high expectations
  • Offering interesting experiences of cultural diversity
  • Encouraging high standards of work and behaviour, regular attendance, good punctuality and smart appearance
  • Developing pupils learning skills so they can be confident, resilient and independent learners
  • Ensuring continuity of educational provision through maintaining strong links with other schools
  • Supporting each other and encouraging teamwork

For further information, visit their website

Catshill First School and Nursery

Catshill First School Vision

Catshill First School and Nursery is a friendly, happy and safe school where we welcome all children, staff and visitors. We develop relationships and responsibilities within our school, the local community and the wider world so we can all play a positive role in society. We show and share our four core expectations and our school values with everyone.

In school we learn and play together in fun, inclusive and supportive ways. Always trying our best and enjoying and experiencing new exciting things gives us the knowledge and skills to be learners now and in the future. We are creative and imaginative, welcoming challenges with a smile.

We are king and cooperative; we learn to understand our emotions and make positive choices to support our health and wellbeing. We respect individuality and celebrate our differences. We care for each other so that everyone is ready to learn and thrive. We enjoy sharing our achievements.

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