We currently have the following vacancies. Please be aware we cannot accept applications without completion of our application form, CVs can be attached as an addition.
Learning Support Assistant - required for September 2016
We are looking to recruit a Learning Support Assistant, mainly for in class support for pupils Years 3-8.
Head of Junior Department (Academic) - required for September 2016
As well as Head of Academics within the Junior School (Years 3 & 4), the post holder must be able to teach the core curriculum subjects, Humanities and some foundation subjects. The successful candidate will need to be able to make a significant contribution to the Games programme at the school, with matches taking place on a Wednesday and Saturday afternoon, following classroom teaching.
Humanities Teacher - required for September 2016
We require a Humanities Teacher to teach in the middle school (Y5 & Y6). Candidates must be able to teach History, Geography and possibly RS.
Junior Teacher (KS2) - required for September 2016
We are looking to recruit a Key Stage 2 teacher who must be able to teach the core curriculum subjects, humanities and some foundation subjects. The successful candidate will also need to be able to make a significant contribution to the Games programme at the school with matches taking place on a Wednesday an Saturday afternoon.
Grounds Person - required as soon as possible
We are looking for an experienced, energetic and enthusiastic Grounds Person with good knowledge of machinery and sports pitch maintenance.
Each year, Westbourne supports specific charities; usually an international, national and local organisation, which are chosen by the children.
Last year (2014-15) we raised an amazing £28,000 for charity! This sum includes money raised for our three school charities - Parents & Carers Support Organisation, Dwarf Sports Association UK and War Child - together with the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. That is something for the school community to feel very proud about.
This year (2015-16) we are supporting one local, two national and one international charity:
- The Elizabeth Foundation (www.elizabeth-foundation.org) - based in Cosham near Portsmouth, the charity helps pre-school deaf children learn to listen and talk.
- The Brain Tumour Charity/The Silas Pullen Fund (www.thebraintumourcharity.org) - Raising funds in memory of Silas, an 11 year old boy who sadly died after an 18 month battle with a brain tumour. The Brain Tumour Charity is at the forefront of the fight to defeat brain cancer and helps the lives of people with a brain tumour and their families.
- The Royal British Legion: 14-18 Legacy (branches.britishlegion.org.uk)- Young people across the UK and beyond are aiming to raise one million pounds for the Royal British Legion between 2014-18. Every pound raised helps the Royal British Legion support wounded, injured and sick service men and women from all three services. The charity also helps to support their families.
- United World Schools (www.unitedworldschools.org) - This charity creates educational opportunity for children living in the world's poorest regions. Money raised by Westbourne will rebuild a school in Mude village, Nepal.
Westbourne House Cycle Challenge - Sunday 19th June 2016
"Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of riding a bike" JFK
Choose between 20, 32 or 65 miles rolling through the South Downs combining beautiful scenery with a few challenges along the way. The ride is open to everyone over 16.
Need a bit of practice? Join us at 8.30am at the Pillars each Saturday School weekend. For more information on the event or if you want to join a Saturday ride contact details are below.
The cost of entry is £25; all profits will go to the charities that the school is supporting this year. Additional fundraising is optional but would be very much appreciated, so the school has registered with 'Virgin Money Giving'. Click Virgin Money Giving for instructions on how to set up your own fundraising page.
|Entries are via the British Cycling Federation (BCF) website and there is a small administration fee in addition to the event entry fee. The details that you enter on the BCF website are simply part of the registration process, and if you are new to the BCF you will probably choose the option "I'm new to British cycling and want to enter the event"|
Please accept theWHCC Terms and Conditionsas a condition of entry so that we can keep everyone safe and happy on the day.
Generously supported by the following:
Organiser: Luke Meechan: firstname.lastname@example.org m: 07885 745726
Money raised from WHCC entries and Virgin Money Giving will be shared out between the charities at the end of the academic year.
Helping the WHCC
If you would like to support the event in some way other than riding your bike, perhaps by offering your time or expertise or by providing goods and services, please contact the event organiser, Luke Meechan on 07885 745726.
The event leaves the calm of Westbourne House school and follows a route along country lanes that take you through some of England's prettiest countryside.