Emotional Wellbeing Practitioner- Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
Salary: Grade 6 Point 13 - 19 (£18,228 - £20,527 actual salary per annum)
Hours: 35 hours per week, Term Time Only
Monday - Friday 08:30 - 16:15Permanent
The Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust is responsible for nine schools across Hull; two secondary and seven primary. A Thrive school is one that is a dynamic community of staff, pupils and their families all focussed on one thing - inspiring pupils to thrive in life.
St George's is a vibrant inner city primary school looking to appoint a dedicated Emotional Well-being Practitioner/Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead.
We are looking for a practitioner who is committed to improving outcomes for children by supporting their emotional needs; our successful candidate will also work closely with families and liaise with a range of outside agencies including health and social care.
At St George's supporting the children's emotional well-being is everyone's responsibility; you will play a key role within the team developing and modelling positive relationships with children and families as well as providing more targeted support for those who struggle. You will work closely with the Designated Safeguarding Lead.
Being a part of the Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust you will have access to a range of support and professional development opportunities from within our school and the academy trust as a whole. As part of the safeguarding team in a Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust school you will be part of a wider team working hard to keep children safe across Hull.
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Closing date: 26th September at 4pm
Interview date: 04th October
As part of Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust commitment to safer recruitment processes and in accordance with statutory guidance: Keeping Children Safe in Education (2022) an online search will be carried out on all shortlisted candidates.
Please note, we do not accept CVs, applications must be submitted using our application form.
Our commitment to Safeguarding: Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Each school has a robust SafeguardingPolicy and all staff receive training relevant to their role at induction and throughout their employment.
A candidate’s suitability to work with children will be explored at all stages of the recruitment process. The successful applicant will, in accordance with statutory guidance, be subject to a comprehensive pre-employment checking process including receipt of a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), a Children's Barred List check, a Section 128 Management Check if relevant, Prohibition check and overseas checks as applicable, identity check, medical clearance, proof of qualifications, satisfactory references and a check regarding their eligibility to work in the UK.
This role involves contact with children and provides regular access to children, therefore it is ‘regulated activity’. As such, this post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act - 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013 and 2020.
Our commitment to equality and diversity: Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust recognises and celebrates the diversity of its schools and their communities. There is a shared commitment across the Trust to develop further a culture of respect, where discrimination is not tolerated, and individuals are treated equitably and fairly and feel a sense of belonging.
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