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Pastoral Manager

Liverpool, Merseyside
Job Type
8 Sep 2022
We are working with a large Secondary Academy in Liverpool who are looking for a Pastoral Manager to Lead Year 7. This is an exciting opportunity to join a thriving secondary school with a really supportive staff and leadership team. Role To provide pastoral support to students in the year which enables them to be successful in school To support Progress Leaders and other staff in managing the behaviour of students in the yearMain Duties Be the first port of call for pastoral support and guidance for students in the year Be vigilant and responsive to any safeguarding issues reporting to the Director of Inclusion and the Vice Principal in line with Academy policy To monitor the attendance, behaviour and emotional welfare of students in the year reporting to the Director of Inclusion and the Vice Principal and liaising with Progress Leaders as appropriate Liaise with teaching staff and learning support staff on student support matters Work with tutors on individual student behaviour issues and attendance issues identifying problem areas and agree solutions Maintain effective records of support work undertaken as directed, ensuring the confidentiality of these records in accordance with Data Protection legislation As part of the safeguarding team, support the needs of all vulnerable and at-risk students in consultation with the Director of Inclusion/DSL and the Vice Principal Any other duties which may reasonably be required within the overall purpose and scope of the job Work within the Academy's behaviour management system to support students in modifying their behaviour in order to access learning Maintain good communication with subject teachers, Progress Leaders and tutors as appropriate Assist in ensuring that support services and resources meet the needs of the students Work with external agencies and internal school support to ensure that students develop and maintain a good approach to attendance, learning and behaviour Investigate matters of indiscipline and poor behaviour, bullying and theft and make recommendations for or implement sanctions as appropriate Support individual subject teachers in implementing sanctions when necessary Keep parents informed about matters of indiscipline and poor behaviour Ensure that all students conform to the school code of conduct in dress, behaviour and work Liaise with primary schools to enable students to transfer with minimal stress Assist in the organisation of induction days and transfer weeks for primary students Conduct parent interviews for all year 6/7 transferees Arrange for parent settling in interviews where required Take part in the Academy's Staff Development programme by participating in arrangements for further training and professional development Continue professional development in the relevant areas including the use of new technology Participate in the Support Staff Appraisal process Work as a member of a designated team and to contribute positively to effective working relations within the AcademyIf you are interested in this role please apply today. To apply for this role you will need to undertake an enhanced DBS check
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  • Job Reference: 707263918-2
  • Date Posted: 8 September 2022
  • Recruiter: HR GO Recruitment
    HR GO Recruitment
  • Location: Liverpool, Merseyside
  • Salary: £28,621
  • Bonus/Benefits: Plus Additional Benefits
  • Sector: Education
  • Job Type: Permanent