Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Governor

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Governor

  • This role is unremunerated, but any travel expenses incurred in the course of governor business or training will be reimbursed
  • Governors are appointed for an official term of four years after which they may be reappointed for a further term of four years and thereafter, if thought appropriate, one final term of up to four years
  • Governors are expected to prepare  for and attend Board meetings plus one Committee meeting per term, an annual strategy day and school events such as concerts, play and prize giving. Meetings and events are usually held in London

St Paul’s Girls’ School is seeking a candidate who has a passion for and knowledge of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion matters, is committed to promoting the wellbeing of all students, has a track record of collaboration and influence at senior level and has links to higher education.

The successful candidate will champion the promotion of EDI matters at the highest level within the school. Will help the Governing Body to raise awareness and broaden their understanding of EDI and developments in academic thinking, practice and law. Will scrutinise, challenge and support the developments in academic thinking, practice and law and will Chair the Diversity Working Group.

The successful candidate will ensure policies and procedures are compliant with regards relevant legislation and reflect the inclusive ethos of the school in language and spirit.

How to apply

St Paul’s Girls’ School is partnering with Nurole, the leading board-level hiring platform, to find three new Governors. You can find out more and register your interest here. For any questions or problems, please contact

Applications should be submitted before the final closing date: midnight Thursday 22 September 

The appointment will be conditional upon you satisfying the standard employment checks, including references, enhanced DBS, health checks, right to work in the United Kingdom, etc.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, therefore the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service.