News: School Governor Required

Posted on 12th July 2017

Here is a vacancy for someone from business to take a position as a school governor in Burgess Hill:-

I am the headteacher at Woodlands Meed. We have worked together in the past and I attended one of your networking meetings.

We are short of a partnership governor for our Governing body at Woodlands Meed. Would it be possible to place an advert in your newsletter as we would be hoping to attract a partnership governor from a local business to support the development of Woodlands Meed.

Regards

Adam Rowland

Contact arowland@woodlandsmeed.co.uk  or  07533 668991

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