November 2010 News

All Women's Eid Party

All Women's Eid Party at Pakistani Muslim Centre, 26th November, 5.30 pm to 9.30 pm

Governing our Schools

Join us and celebrate the contribution of BME governors and find out how you can become a Governor Recruitment Champion.

Job:Support Worker (full time)

Support and accommodation for people with mental health problems to promote independent living. Salary: £14,733 34 days holiday pro rata. Closing Date: 12:00 (noon) on the 26th November 2010

National interfaith week: 21 - 27 November 2010

Burngreave is hosting the main event at the beginning of interfaith week in Sheffield. The week aims to promote understanding between people of different faiths.

Job: Study Support Science Tutor

After-school/weekend study support is an exciting opportunity to help young people reach their full potential in a relaxed but focussed learning environment that enables pupils to take control of their learning. Closing date: Friday 19th November 2010

The work will be in 2 or 3 hour sessions on Monday and Tuesday evenings and at weekends on Saturday and Sunday, during term times.

Pay at £18.50 per hour

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