Pastoral Lead and Head of Year
Education Network are currently recruiting a Pastoral Lead and Head of year to work with the Progress Leaders and Heads of Year to ensure the welfare and progress of students in their learning and personal development..
The person appointed will be a member of a team of 4, led and managed by the Progress Leader for the key stage.
The team members each specialise in a particular Key Stage.
It is anticipated that the person appointed will be one of two pastoral heads of year who work mainly with students from a certain key stage, but will be expected to be flexible, work as part of the team, and contribute to the development of the service across the Key Stages.
You will be required to:
Support the attendance office in maintaining high levels of attendance and punctuality, and working to improve it;
Be the first point of contact for students and families when personal matters affect learning;
Work with agencies in school and beyond to support students and their families;
Maintain school records on attendance, progress, interventions and communications for evaluation, accountability and statutory purposes;
Work within school systems on safeguarding and communication to inform senior leaders,
Progress Leaders and academic staff about issues affecting students' progress and wellbeing.
Contribute to students' personal development as a mentor and coach
Work within school systems for pastoral support and intervention, safeguarding and wellbeing, information advice and guidance.
Attend outside agency meetings in lieu of Progress Leaders and provide detailed reports back to senior staff and progress leaders in school.
To ensure plans drawn up by outside agency meetings are acted upon and monitored in school
To provide ongoing support for LAC children in the relevant key stage.
Investigate instances of negative behaviour, issuing sanctions in line with school behaviour policy.
Provide lunchtime and break access each day, being available for and interacting with students, whilst ensuring that good order is maintained. Standard Duties
Understand the importance of inclusion, equality and diversity and to promote equal opportunities for all. Uphold and promote the values and ethos of the school.
Uphold all policies procedures and codes of practice of the school.
Take a proactive approach to health and safety to minimise and mitigate potential hazards and actively contribute to the security of the school.
Participate in workplace learning and development opportunities and work to continually improve own and team performance.
If you have the relevant experience and are interested in this type of role, the school are looking for someone to start asap. Please send a CV and covering letter outlining your experience to Manchester@ednetwork.co.uk