Hours of work: 38.25 per week, term time only plus inset days and two weeks
Actual Salary: £26,222 - £29,479
We are seeking to appoint a Pastoral Manager who has a passion for seeing young people thrive and achieve their full potential. You will work with a caseload of students in supporting their attendance, behaviour and wellbeing, liaising with home and professionals across the city. You are a critical lead in safeguarding our students and identifying and delivering interventions to support their pastoral wellbeing. We can provide strong CPD, and opportunities to grow to become the best practitioner you can be.
The Inclusion team at Orchard School Bristol are a team of dedicated and passionate practitioners, committed to providing a high-quality pastoral support and personal development for all our students. Our recent Ofsted report in June 2019 identified “Orchard school has very effective pastoral managers”, so you would be joining a team of experienced, dedicated professionals.
We are a friendly school, serving a richly diverse community in North Bristol. Our students are wonderful – they value our staff, knowing that you can make a real difference to their lives. The mission statement of the school, “inspire today, empower for life”, lies at the heart of all that the school does. We place no limits on our aspirations for our students.
Please read the job description and person specification carefully before applying.
We have two roles available: one is permanent to start as soon as possible, one is maternity cover from January 2020 (unless available earlier).
Please state on your application form which role you would like to be considered for.
Closing Date: Wednesday 7 October 2019 at 9am
Interview Date: Tuesday 15 October 2019
This role has been identified as falling within the definition of requiring fluency in spoken English. You will be required to speak English with confidence and be able to conduct a conversation and answer questions for extended periods of time.
Orchard School Bristol is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
The successful applicant will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.
We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.