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  • Start date details

    January 2024

  • Closing date

    8 December 2023 at 9am

  • Date listed

    24 November 2023

Job details

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Full-time equivalent salary

£22,020.18 Annually (Actual)

Behavioural Support Assistant job summary

Behaviour support

To support a whole school approach to behaviour management, keeping under review your skill sets, competencies and training.

Ensure the restraint and incident forms and log books are completed correctly as appropriate to each incident and that any actions are followed through, monitoring these for report to the other pastoral team members and SLT.

To assist in overseeing all restraint and incident reports in the school’s MIS application, written during the school day and to deliver post intervention sessions to staff and pupils at school.

To co-ordinate and support staff to accurately record information regarding incidents on

Be part of the pastoral team and monitor/analyse the patterns of behaviour to ensure the effectiveness of the behaviour strategies adopted by the school discussing incidents as appropriate.

To work with individuals and small groups in order to promote the emotional well-being of pupils identified as having or at risk of developing behavioural difficulties. To work proactively with new pupils assisting in a successful transfer and transition to other local schools.

To respond to behaviour incidents when required e.g. walkie-talkie calls

To assist in identifying early signs of disengagement and contribute to specific interventions to encourage re-engagement.

To develop and maintain effective and supportive relations with pupils and those engaged with them.

To assist in the development, implementation, review and evaluation of behavioural improvement and support plans.

To assist in devising, implementing and evaluating, monitoring systems for identified areas of specific intervention.

To contribute to the identification and sharing of good practice.

To provide advice, data information and resources to internal professionals in order to assist them in managing individual and group behaviour.

To attend staff meetings as appropriate.

Hold and lead meetings with parents to provide behaviour support under the direction of the Pastoral Manager.

Making decisions to interpret best practice found elsewhere in light of this school’s needs and make recommendations to the Pastoral lead.

Support children 1:1 or in small groups in the classroom, pastoral areas or in the academy nurture-based provision.


Ensure all behaviour incidents are recorded on CPOMS and follow-up actions are completed in a timely manner.

Complete all behaviour reporting templates and forms of information sharing to SLT in a timely manner.

Monitor the use and quality of staff’s reporting of incidents.

Prepare behaviour-related paperwork and letter as directed by the pastoral manager.

To assist in providing data information and reports to internal and external professionals in order to assist them in managing individual and group behaviour.

Provide up-to-date information with external agencies when required

To contribute to the development of policies and practices which will promote engagement and behaviour management.


Complete all training required to act as one of the academy’s Deputy Safeguarding Leads.

Report all safeguarding concerns via CPOMS in line with the academy’s expectations.

Looks for patterns in behaviours which may link to safeguarding concerns and liaise with the Pastoral Manager to action next steps

Provide training for staff around the links between safeguarding and behaviour

Work with the DSL and Pastoral Manager to action next steps in support to children and parents/carers

Other duties

Be visible to children and parents at break/lunch times and in the playground at the start and end of the day.

Carry out break and lunch times duties when required or as timetabled

Attend meetings with external agencies to support SLT and the Pastoral Manager when required to.

Work under the direction of the Pastoral Manager in developing the Pastoral Hib provision and offer to children and their families.

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About Orchard Primary Academy

School type
Academy, ages 2 to 11
Education phase
View all Primaryjobs
School size
414 pupils enrolled
Age range
2 to 11

School location

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