- Maternity or parental leave cover (up to March 2023 to cover maternity leave)
- £19,784 per annum
Pastoral Co-ordinator job summary
Stanchester Academy is a secondary school located in Stoke-Sub-Hamdon. The school is part of the Bridgwater & Taunton College Trust.
Job Ref: 544
37 hours per week, 39 weeks per year (term time plus INSET days)
Fixed term contract up to March 2023 to cover maternity leave
BTCT Scale Points 10-12
Actual starting salary: £19,784 per annum
At Stanchester Academy we aim to provide a rich and varied education for all of our students. We believe that ensuring students realise their full potential depends upon a continuous drive for excellence by our staff. Our aim at Stanchester Academy is to develop ambitious learners who are knowledgeable and literate.
This role involves supporting the Head of Year in ensuring that all students achieve their full potential – academically, spiritually and socially. The successful applicant will need to be flexible and able to use their own initiative to help provide the best outcomes for students.
The ideal candidate will have excellent literacy skills. You will have good behaviour management skills and a willingness to help students achieve and enable them to be the best they can.
Please see the job description for more information.
Please note, although we are ideally looking for a full-time colleague, we are open to discussing flexible working options
Our employees benefit from a generous local government pension scheme plus an Employee Rewards scheme – High Street discounts, Staff Wellbeing centre
For further details and application form please visit our website:
Closing date: Midday on Monday 6th June 2022
Anticipated Interview Date: Thursday 16th June 2022
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About Stanchester Academy
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- School size
- 731 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
We strive to be a school known for a productive and welcoming atmosphere, to value achievement but also strongly promote personal development. School should be a preparation for later life, and learning self-respect, consideration for others, and the consequences of our own actions, helps develop a sense of duty, citizenship and belonging.