Independent Admissions Appeal Panellists for the
Diocese of Hereford Multi-Academy Trust
The Diocese of Hereford Multi-Academy Trust is looking for interested parties to take on a role as one of our Admissions Appeal Board Panellists, to collaborate with other Multi-Academy Trusts through the next stage of our development. Our vision is to create and sustain relationships with local Multi- Academy Trusts which provide children of all faiths, and none, with excellent educational provision, within a distinctively caring and supportive Christian ethos. The effective management of the process of hearing appeals from parents, carers and pupils, regarding admissions to their preferred schools, is crucial.
This is an exciting time to encourage best practice within an expanding, exciting and diverse Christian school family. We currently have fifteen academies in Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire, and hope to work with similar Multi-Academy Trusts to form reciprocal arrangements for Admission Appeals Boards.
This is a fascinating opportunity to collaborate with other Trusts. You will work with the executive leadership team and the board of directors to deliver the Trust’s vision of enabling all our children to live life in all its fullness. Full training is available for successful applicants, and expenses are payable.
Further details of DHMAT and its academies can be found on the website: www.dhmat.org.uk
This role requires an enhanced DBS check.
The start date for this role will be agreed with the successful candidates.
In the first instance, please submit an expression of interest, by email to Karen Bowen, DHMAT Admissions, via email@example.com
Applicants will be contacted to discuss their expression of interest and the current positions available within the Trust.
References and eligibility
All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, eligibility to work in the UK and a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.
For further information, please see the role description in the PDF below.
School Admission Appeals Code - February 2012
Statutory Guidance: Changes to the admission appeals regulations during the COVID 19 pandemic