The shop is managed on a part time basis, but needs volunteers to open it each shift. The shop stocks essential items and beautiful toys and gifts. It also stocks a wide range of art and craft items. Most of our stock supports the school’s ethos.
Any profit benefits the school directly.
Could you volunteer for an hour each week?
Volunteers must be current parents in school. We currently have the following shifts for which we need your help;
- Monday lunchtime 12 until 1pm
- Wednesday teatime 3 until 4pm
- Thursday teatime 3 until 4pm
- Friday lunchtime 12 until 1pm
If anyone (perhaps an ex volunteer) would also like to cover Thursday morning whilst one of our volunteers is off long term sick please let us know. And if you are available at a different time regularly perhaps we could expand our opening hours!
This is an enjoyable and flexible job, and a great way to meet new people in the school community. Also when you spend over £10.00 you get a staff discount of 10%!
There’s no need to worry about using the cash register or the paperwork etc. as you will be given training. It’s not complicated, not too much modern technology involved!
Come and see Theolyn in the shop if you would like more information, or leave her a note in the school office. Thank you!
We currently have a vacancy for a suitably qualified person to become Nursery Teacher from September 2012, to cover a teacher who is taking a one year sabbatical.
We are also looking for enthusiastic and committed people to become our Support Teacher and Learning Support Teacher from September 2012.
For further information on either vacancy, please visit our Job Opportunities page.
The York Flyer made an error in it’s recent article about YSS in the April edition – please note that the date given of 4th May is incorrect – Spring Fair is from 11am-4pm on Saturday 12th May 2012 – when a warm welcome awaits all.
Sally Ryan (Class 5 teacher) and Francesca Brunton have been interviewed for the York Flyer, our local community based publication which is delivered to thousands of homes across the city.
They have two full pages devoted to answering questions about our school and Steiner education – what a scoop!
To read the article online, visit the York Flyer website. They have an interactive, downloadable issue, and Sally and Francesca’s interview can be found on pages 6 and 7.
This year’s Spring Fair will be held on Saturday 12th May.
A4, A5 and A6 flyers are available from the table next to the main entrance. Please feel free to take some and help spread the word!