- Early years, KS1, KS2
Annual or full time equivalent (FTE) salary
- £21,269 - £27,514
- £18,596 - £24,611
Learning Mentor job summary
Grade 3, SCP 9 – 22
Actual Salary £18,596 - £24,611
The Prince Albert Community Trust (PACT) wish to appoint a Learning Mentor to start in September 2022. The Prince Albert Community Trust (PACT) are a driving force for social justice committed to removing the glass ceilings that can restrict the ambition and potential of our pupils. We do this by working towards an exceptional education for all that will be made possible by exceptional people working within an organisation with exceptional infrastructure. Our motto is “United We Are World Class” because we believe in the power of unity and collaboration across our 6 schools. Our values of Passion (inspiring a love of learning and being determined to make a difference); Aspiration (wanting the very best for our pupils our families our communities and our staff); Collaboration – working positively with each other, with parents, and carers and other stakeholders and partners to achieve our goals; Trust (acting with integrity, being reliable and caring to create a safe and respectful environment for all to learn and work in).
We are a forward thinking and innovative Multi Academy Trust (MAT) with fantastic pupils and Trustees, supportive parents and a great community. We place bespoke professional development and support at the heart of all we do. We are relentless in the pursuit of excellence for all our stakeholders and firmly believe in the coaching model. We are passionate about children’s learning, creative in our approach and constantly reflective in our philosophy. We are a growing MAT that currently consists of Prince Albert Primary School, Heathfield Primary School, Highfield J&I School, Birchfield Primary School, Sutton Park Primary School and PA High School.
We require individuals who are enthusiastic and proactive to join our extensive Pastoral team. The successful candidate will:
be motivated, compassionate and creative.
be professional and polite and have a good standard of literacy and communication skills.
have previous successful experience in working with children and young people on an individual basis in supporting their personal development
be responsible for supporting with whole school behaviour, attendance and safeguarding
have the ability to identify potential barriers to learning and engage in strategies to overcome these barriers
We can offer you:
A working culture that promotes diversity, equality and social justice
A caring working environment where your welfare is of paramount importance
Excellent care and support for all staff
Opportunities for professional development.
A supportive and experienced leadership team
A hard-working and enthusiastic group of staff
A well-resourced MAT
Subsidised Private Healthcare package
Discounted gym membership
Retail discounts and cashback
Free confidential advice, information and counselling service
If you believe you possess the qualities to take on this exciting challenge, then we would be delighted to hear from you. Please note; this is a Trust vacancy and you could be asked to work in any of the schools within the Trust.
Further information about the schools, our outcomes and philosophy can be found on our Trust’s website: www.pact.bham.sch.uk.
The application pack can be downloaded from any of the school websites and your application should be submitted to HR@the-pact.co.uk . Please note, we do not accept CVs.
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