Join the team!
At Hooton Pagnell, we have built a team to support and develop our children. A great school team goes beyond our fabulous teachers into our offices, kitchen and grounds.
Our school is unique and a wonderful environment to work in. We are set in a historic village which is surrounded by green fields and a fantastic view. We are a small school and an effective team who work well together as we all love what we do.
Hooton Pagnell All Saints C of E Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Our applicants will need to successfully complete a DBS and other safeguarding checks.
If you fit one of our vacancies we'd love to hear from you. Get in touch with us on 01977 642054 to find out more.
Our current vacancies are listed below.
Our happy team is looking to appoint an individual with a positive mindset and cheerful disposition. Could you be the addition that we are seeking?
The Caretaker will be responsible for the day-to-day maintenance and operation of the school building. This position requires the candidate to be able to communicate effectively with all levels of management and teaching and support staff on a daily basis.
The Caretaker must be flexible in their approach and be willing to adapt to meet the ever-changing needs of the school.
We are seeking an individual who would champion health and safety around school, undertaking daily, weekly and monthly safety checks as well as performing general maintenance tasks.
Working hours 6-9am.
Excellent references are required.
For an application pack, please visit;
School governing boards play the role of a 'critical friend', challenging the school to ensure they are providing the best environment and education for the children.
Our governing board is currently made up of staff, parents and the diocese; we’re looking to expand our Local Governing Board at Hooton Pagnell and recruit co-opted governors. Co-opted governors are typically not parents or staff but are those from the local community, appointed based on a specific skill requirement.
Working in governance is a rewarding voluntary role that supports the education of our 92 children.
What is the Governing Board's Role?
The Governing Body has three core functions:
Setting Strategic Direction - championing our vision, values and ethos and setting priorities for school improvement.
Holding to account - we are responsible for holding the Head Teacher and Senior Leaders to account for the quality of teaching and learning, levels of achievement, behaviours and safety.
Ensuring good financial governance - ensuring good financial management by setting and overseeing the budget, ensuring that resources are allocated to school priorities and needs
Can you spare a few hours a month and have skills, knowledge or expertise in some of the areas below?
- Buildings maintenance/facilities management
- Links with local business
- Children’s and young people’s services or activities (in any sector)
- Quality assurance
- Governance (including in other sectors)
- Health & safety
- Ofsted inspection process (2019 framework)
If so please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.