Casual Examination Invigilators

The school is seeking to appoint Casual Exam Invigilators to cover both external and internal examinations in school.  The main sessions are December, May and June.


St Peter’s is a Catholic school with a strong Christian ethos which underpins all we do. We are also an Academy jointly sponsored by the Catholic Diocese of Portsmouth and the De La Salle Order – an international organisation which has been running schools for over 300 years.


The school consists of two sites, with Primary accommodated at Iford and Years 7 to 13 at Southbourne.   It is a school with a tradition of success, oversubscribed every year and benefitting from a deservedly positive reputation in the local community. Relationships with families are affirming and constructive, with parents and carers keen to support the school and the children’s learning.


We are not a complacent community; all staff are keen to learn and improve, developing pedagogy through research, shared practice and innovation.


Visits to the school are welcomed by contacting Caroline Joy our HR Officer using the email address below. Should you wish to apply, please complete the application form below. Applications should be sent to Caroline Joy, HR Officer, St Peter’s School, St Catherine’s Road, Bournemouth BH6 4AH or via email to The closing date for applications is by 8.00am,  Thursday 3 October. I am anticipating that interviews will take place on Thursday 10 October. If you do not receive a telephone call or email from us inviting you for an interview by 9 October, please assume that on this occasion your application was not successful. However, I would like to thank you for your interest in St Peter’s School.


If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the school.


I look forward to receiving your application.


Yours sincerely


Mr B Doyle



Casual Exam Invigilator – Job Description

Associate Staff Application Form

Notes to Applicants

Recruitment Monitoring Form

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 Disclosure Form