We are seeking to appoint a Family Liaison Officer to join our school family and work with our experienced staff, our well behaved and enthusiastic children and their supportive parents.
The role is for 26 hours a week and will be based at 2 of the schools within the Weymouth Bay Hub, Beechcroft St Paul's and St Andrews CE Primary School.
At Beechcroft you will be required to work 18 hours per week, spread across 5 mornings. Timings can be flexible but you must be available to start at 8.30am. In addition to the Job Description you would be responsible for monitoring children's attendance.
At St Andrews you will be required to work 8 hours per week and there is flexibility on the timings/days for these hours. You would not be not be responsible for attendance at St Andrews.
Beechcroft St Paul’s is a popular school situated in an urban part of Weymouth. It opened 26 years ago as a purpose-built infant school. In 2003 it became a Church of England Primary School and over the years the school building has been extended including provision for Foundation 1 children in Eden. In August 2017 we joined DSAT as part of the Weymouth Bay Hub.
St Andrew’s CE Primary School is a one and a half form entry primary school and received a good grading by Ofsted in January 2020 which was a testament to the improvements the school had made. However, we are a school which is constantly seeking to improve and wish to ensure that it continues to make a difference to pupils’ lives. The school is developing a vibrant curriculum so that children leave school with a passion for learning, already having a secure and wide knowledge base and skills which will equip them for the next phase of their education, as well as life.
As part of our learning community you will benefit from:
Welcoming and compassionate environment with strong support from the leadership team. - “A coherent staff team live out the vision in daily interactions, forming enriching relationships. Staff at all levels indicate how they are valued and enabled to flourish.” SIAMs 2021
A fully mapped out curriculum which - “engages pupils in learning and enhances their self-belief in what they can achieve.” SIAMs 2021
Enthusiastic and inspiring children - “Pupils enthusiastically describe examples of where they use the Christian vision of ‘soaring’ in everyday situations. Frequent responses are, ‘not giving up when we are stuck’ or, ‘we support each other’.” SIAMs 2021
A commitment to high quality, collegiate professional development working in partnership within a forward looking and expanding network of schools - “Rich partnerships have accelerated the school’s development.” SIAMs 2021
Access to staff benefits and a family approach
We ask in return is that you:
- Confident teachers who demonstrate high expectations of both pupil achievement and behaviour for all
- Passionate about learning and demonstrate a desire to research and find out more in order to improve their own practice
- Flexible, with a strong commitment to teamwork
- Have great organisational, interpersonal and communication skills
- Keen to share and develop professionally as an outstanding, skilled teacher who demonstrates a potential for future leadership
- Are warm, caring and passionate about helping our children learn, develop and flourish
- Have a supportive and nurturing approach towards children
Visits to our schools are welcomed, please contact the Beechcroft school office on 01305 783500 to make an appointment.
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