Ringwood Waldorf School is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We employ safer recruitment procedures and are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Any offer of employment will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory DBS Enhanced Disclosure.
Ringwood Waldorf School is looking for a part time music teacher for the lower & middle school.
Ideally the candidate will be Waldorf trained, able to arrange music and lead choirs, recorder and mixed ensemble groups for classes 4-8 in conjunction with an age appropriate music curriculum that instills confidence and inspiration in our students.
Ringwood Waldorf School is looking for a qualified Kindergarten Teacher to join our Early Years Department. Ideally you will already have some experience and be willing to work as part of a team. If you are committed to Steiner education and have a love of working with young children we look forward to hearing from you!
For further information, a job description and an application form, please contact the Staffing Group.
Upper School Geography Main Lesson Teacher
Ringwood Waldorf School is offering an exciting opportunity for a free thinking teacher, ideally with an understanding of Waldorf Education, to give Main Lesson courses in Geography in our Upper School. (14 to 18 year olds). For further information, a job description and an application form, please contact the Staffing Group.
Closing date for applications: 8th May 2018
Upper School Maths Main Lesson Teacher
Ringwood Waldorf School is offering an exciting opportunity for a free thinking teacher, ideally with an understanding of Waldorf Education, to give Main Lesson courses in Maths in our Upper School. (14 to 18 year olds). For further information, a job description and an application form, please contact the Staffing Group
The Ringwood Waldorf School Trustees are seeking members to join their Board. The role of trustee is a rewarding one but at the same time requires dedication, commitment and the willingness to carry responsibility. The trustees work closely with The College of Teachers, and the rest of the community, to achieve a school that will not only provide an excellent education for its pupils but will also provide an enjoyable experience for everyone involved.
If you are someone that is willing to dedicate time and energy towards the school, or if you know someone you believe would make a good trustee; please get in touch with us.
For more information on what it entails to be a trustee or a copy of the trustee information pack please contact Lars Wilmar on: [email protected] or call 07780353031.
Applications to: [email protected]
Classroom Assistant Volunteer
This role will be helping children to complete tasks, accompany 'time out' when needed, giving emotional support and supervise at playtime.
Learning Support Assistant Volunteer
This role will assist the learning support function in the school, working on a one to one basis or with small groups of children to follow a designated program.
Office Support Volunteer
This role will be manning the front desk, answering phone calls and helping with administrative tasks. Previous experience on reception or in administration a plus, but training will be given.