Job Description: FOSJ Chair
Our current Chair is shared between Kirsty Jones and Harriet Buckley
Job Description: FOSJ Chair
Our current Chair is shared between Helen Ellis & Debbie Sopala
What the Chair does:
The Chair provides leadership, enthusiasm, energy to the FOSJ committee. It is the Chairperson’s responsibility to co-ordinate the organisation of all FOSJ events and to liaise regularly with the Head teacher to ensure the FOSJ is working well with the school. It is a busy role, which requires a goodly dose of commitment but can be an extremely rewarding experience as you get to make a real difference to the school.
In a nutshell the role of the Chair is to:
Job Description: FOSJ Vice Chair
Our current Vice Chair is Sheron Hynard
What the Vice Chair does:
The support provided by the Vice-Chair is invaluable. Deputising for the Chairperson when necessary, the Vice-Chair helps to ensure that the Committee and all of the events continue to run smoothly. As with the Chair, leadership, enthusiasm and energy are necessary qualities for this role.
In a nutshell the role of the Vice Chair is to:
Job Description: Teacher Champ
Our current Teacher Champ is Katie Linnane:
What the Teacher Champ does:
The Teacher Champ ensures that the teaching staff stays close to the activity that the FOSJ runs. Their role is to help build a great activity plan for the year that supports the raising of funds and helps build a great community.
In a nutshell the role of the Teacher Champ is to:
Job Description: FOSJ Secretary
Our current Secretary is Katy Doherty
What the Secretary does:
The Secretary ensures that the FOSJ runs smoothly and that actions are followed up. This role requires good organisational and communication skills and being able to stick to deadlines.
In a nutshell the role of the Secretary is to:
Job Description: FOSJ Treasurer
Our current Treasurer is Kasia Woods
What the Treasurer does:
Whilst all Committee members have equal responsibility for the control and management of the FOSJ’s funds, the Treasurer plays an important role in helping the Committee carry out these duties properly. A good understanding of financial issues is key, although there is no need to be a qualified accountant!
In a nutshell the role of the Treasurer is to:
Job Description: FOSJ Communications Champ
Our Current Comms Champ is Anna Cox
What the Communications Champ does:
To lead in producing timely communication of FOSJ activity as and when needed.
In a nutshell the role of the Communications Champ is to:
Job Description: FOSJ Church Champ
Our current Church Champ is Nadine Goodman
What the Church Champ does:
The purpose of this role is to help bring together the school and church community to raise funds but to most importantly build relationships and have some fun! This role is all about keeping the church and Father Terry in the loop with what is happening and help make sure that FOSJ activity feels inclusive of everyone in our community.
In a nutshell the role of the Church Champ is to:
1. Communicate to Father Terry FOSJ activity and agree calendar of events for the church e.g. breakfasts
2. Agree best way of sharing events FOSJ are running with our parish – mass, newsletter
3. Actively promote activities in a fun and engaging way
4. Stay in touch with our parish and make sure the events we run are inclusive of everyone’s needs
5. Gather feedback and capture ideas on what is working and what we could do better
Job Description: FOSJ Committee Member
Our current Committee Members are:
Kerry Moscogiuri Leila Keenan Siobhan Long Michelle Spencer
What the Committee Members do:
The purpose of this role is to play an active part in making things happen by building relationships with parents and careers. This role is not just about having great ideas it is about being part of a team who makes things happen by getting others involved. This is rewarding role as it gives you a fantastic opportunity to get closer to the school and the school community.
In a nutshell the role of the Committee Member is to:
Job Description: FOSJ Class Reps
Our current Class Reps are:
Year 1 Jo Cedron, Sarah McComb and Nicola McNiff
Year 2. Lorraine Smith, Laura Johnson and Leila Keenan
Year 3. Shelley Ciuffa and Edel Murphy
Year 4. Siobhan Long, Helen Ellis and Nadine Goodman
Year 5. Claire McCague and Geraldine Lynagh
Year 6. Jan Stevens
What the Class Reps do:
In order for the FOSJ to run effectively and ensure a school effort we need Class reps to be established in each year group to communicate direct to parents and careers. This role is all about being a great communicator, engaging others by listening to their views and sharing ideas with the FOSJ committee.
In a nutshell the role of the Class Reps is to: