The college places great emphasis on the pastoral care of our students and this is one of the main reasons why parents choose to send their children to us. Our pastoral care system is an integral part of our Early Help offer. Early Help is how we address the challenges that young people face and this position would be involved mainly with Level 1, in school, support for our students. The successful candidate would work closely with our Heads of Year as well as other members of the Early Help team. The college is currently working towards gaining Trauma Informed School status and the successful candidate will be given support and training if necessary to become a trauma informed practitioner.
Applying for the job
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We are a Catholic community of aspiration, dedicated to all our students excelling spiritually and academically in our college and beyond. Our vision is that all members of our community play their part in making the world a better place. In order for society to flourish we must strive to be people of good character as described by our college virtues. We change lives through our culture of high standards and expectations of everyone who learns and works in our school and a belief that achievement is for all. When visitors come to our college they regularly comment on three things – our distinctive Catholic ethos, how forward thinking we are and how well we focus on the really important aspects of our students’ education.
Arranging a visit to Blessed Edward Oldcorne Catholic College
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