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Board of Governors (Co-opted member)

Job type: Contract

Salary: N/A

Closing Date: Monday 3rd June 2024

Board of Governors (Co-opted member)

The Board of Governors of the City of London School for Girls is the body that oversees and provides strategic leadership for the School, sitting as a committee of the City of London Corporation.

The Board is made up of both elected Members of the City of London Corporation and Co-opted Governors appointed by the Board. The Board is seeking to appoint two individuals to the Board as a Co-opted Governors with the right blend of experience to complement that already represented on the Board. In particular, we would be interested to hear from candidates with experience or leadership in education, including higher education, digital technology or sustainability.

We remain committed to establishing a Board that is reflective of our school community. As such, applications from candidates of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds would be particularly welcome.

City of London School for Girls has a total of around 760 pupils from 11 to 18 years.  The school has a strong academic tradition, but also provides a wealth of extra-curricular opportunities, broadening students’ lives with new experiences and challenges.  Our School has historic links with the City of London Corporation; these traditions and our location create a unique and vibrant atmosphere.  At the same time the school has a cosmopolitan outlook, with its partnership work, both within and outside the City of London, building on a community spirit that is a prominent feature of school life.

The closing date for applications is 9am on Monday 3 June.

Interested candidates who have any questions about the vacancies are invited to contact Melanie Peel (Clerk to the Governors) on who will be able to direct these appropriately.

To apply, please download the application form and equal opportunities forms below and return to

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