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Pastoral Support Worker

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Are you qualified in youth/Pastoral support worker and are looking to make a transition into working in secondary education?

If so, please see further details of an exciting, full-time pastoral support worker role at a secondary school based in Southampton.

Due to an ever increasing amount of pupils joining the school in September, the SENCO at the Southampton based secondary school is looking to appoint a pastoral support worker to join them and support identified students on a 1:1 and small group basis to ensure the students are not temporarily or permanently excluded from the school and can continue to be educated to a high standard.

Within the school's most recent Ofsted report (2018) the school was commended for the fact "Governors evaluate rigorously the effectiveness of leader's actions to improve the progress of vulnerable pupils. For example, disadvantaged pupils in Year 8 are given effective help from external mentors. The progress of disadvantaged pupils is tracked regularly, and teachers give effective, appropriate help if a pupil's progress slows."

Benefits of working for teaching personnel:

  • Choice and Variety - Offering you a range of opportunities and schools to work within.
  • Teaching Personnel's CPD Academy - Fantastic training available to increase your skills and expertise.
  • Pay - Great pay rates dependant on experience and the roles you undertake, you would be paid on a weekly basis.
  • Excellence in Education Awards - recognising the positive impact you deliver in schools.
  • TP Tokens - supporting national children and education charities through your direction.

The school are looking for the right candidate to start in September 2019, all candidates will be considered, and interviews will be arranged on application.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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